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3 barriers to climate action in NL

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Premier Paul Davis is in Québec City today for a climate summit that will see provincial and territorial leaders discuss plans to address the climate crisis. “It will be interesting to see where [he] directs the public’s attention, and from where he diverts it,” write two MUN researchers.

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Climate movement turns a corner

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Dispatches from Manhattan on the largest climate march in history

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Street corners and court rooms

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Documentary explores the state of prostitution laws in Canada; producer to speak at St. John’s screening

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Fishy business

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Documentary seeks answers to dwindling salmon stocks

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Bee-wildered

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Honeybees are disappearing, bee colonies worldwide are collapsing, and there’s very good reason to be concerned.

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Status update

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Canadian feature documentary ‘Status Quo?’ zeroes in on key feminist concerns such as violence against women, access to abortion, and universal childcare, asking how much progress we have truly made on these issues.

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On the ropes

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A pair of films from Newfoundland producer Annette Clarke explore the challenges and triumphs of women against different cultural backdrops.

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Standing on shattered ground

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The Zoot Pictures Inc. and CBC co-produced documentary ‘Shattered Ground’ explains the science behind the controversial method of natural gas extraction – hydraulic fracturing – and depicts the lives of individuals and communities impacted by its consequences.

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