Accessing the Activities of Environmentalism for the New Year

It was 7:25 AM and I was getting ready to paddle out, just south of the big rock at nanak̓wuuʔa (North Chestermans Beach). It was about 4 degrees Celsius and the outer sky was free of clouds, coloured in a light blue pastel that reminded me of fresh snowy mornings in the mountains. The ocean…

Coming From The Heart & Making It Right

This article is about understanding a pragmatic and alternative approach to pursuing reconciliation.

Welcome to Slake

Slake slāk verb quench or satisfy desires (ex. one’s thirst). “Slake your thirst with some lemonade!” “The book slaked her obsession with novel ecosystems…” verb: slake; 3rd person present: slakes; past tense: slaked; past participle: slaked; gerund or present participle: slaking Origin Old English slacian ‘become less eager,’ also ‘slacken,’ from the adjective slæc ‘slack’;…