BCIT NEWS ARTICLES
An animal care expert urges community members to be cautious when coming across injured or orphaned baby animals. Cayce Anderson, Animal Care Supervisor at Critter Care Wildlife Society, explains how people can keep vulnerable animals safe during the upcoming wildlife baby season in B.C.
A local wellness advocate shares her advice for using technology in a way that fosters positivity. Registered Holistic Nutritionist Hannah Schmitt encourages people to take care of their mental health when surfing social media platforms like Instagram, by curating their feed.
ICBC is switching it's litigation-based system for a new insurance model that the company says will provide enhanced care coverage. The change has sparked concerns as to whether injured victims will get the compensation they deserve, but ICBC says saving money on legal costs will help British Columbians.
VEGANISM: WHY ONE SIZE
DOESN'T FIT ALL
Plant-based diets are increasingly touted for their health benefits and ability
to help fight climate change, but is going green for everyone?
This digital documentary explores the highlights and drawbacks of veganism,
and how to know if plant-based eating is right for your personal health needs.
#LANDBACK: THE HISTORY OF
SQUAMISH NATION STOLEN LAND
Twenty-one Indigenous land claim agreements involving 91 First Nations extended across approximately 40% of Canada's land, according to data from 2008. This investigation explores Squamish Nation's current land claims while diving into the present day challenges facing the nation as it strives to get its #LandBack.