By Katie Compton, Policy & Politics editor Like many people, I typically scroll through my social media feeds when I’m taking a break from work or connecting with family and friends. I view these online spaces as places where my brain can go to zone out for a little while. When the Freedom Convoy participants […]
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by Kimberly Moynahan Science in Society subject editor Yup, those were the days. Dialing in. Enduring hours of busy signal. Waiting interminably for the connection. Peering hopefully at the little AOL mailbox, wishing…wishing … wishing for …yes! The red flag’s up! “You’ve got mail!” Okay, those weren’t really the days. The online world was frustratingly […]
A Grassroots Approach to Vaccination
Guest post by Dave Whiteley, ImmunizeBC & Public Health Association of BC If you’ve been following the news or social media over the past several weeks, you’ve seen the growing debate in regards to vaccines and immunization. The measles outbreak in Disneyland continues to dominate, with daily updates on the spread of the disease, while […]