Terry Glavin

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Islanders lose grip on forests

Something that tells you a lot about the way private property often trumps the public interest, and the way B.C.'s provincial government has a tendency of trampling on the ability...

The Weather Makers

If you've ever been troubled by the grim global-warming scenarios that have been bubbling at the margins of serious public attention all these years, there's good news: you...

Pull back the curtain of fear

This edition of the Georgia Straight is Number 1,995, which puts us just five shy of our 2,000th edition, and next year, the newspaper turns 40. With the sun and moon about to...

How Poplar Island fell off the map

It started with a telephone call from Terry Slack. "Poplar's gone," he said. Slack is a 65-year-old Fraser River gill-netter who netted his first salmon out of the North Arm...