Gail Johnson




Cannabis in Women’s Health

Since Canada’s cannabis legalization, more and more, people are turning to this natural remedy for relief from pain, stress, anxiety, sleep, and more. Cannabis consumption among women, in particular,

Cannabis For Mental Health

Exercise, meditation, deep breathing, and rest are all ways to handle anxiety, depression, and stress. For some people, so is cannabis. With the legalization of medical cannabis in Canada, more people

This Is How You Should Actually Be Recycling

Back in 1981 in the town of Kitchener, Ontario, a garbage collector named Nyle Ludolph spearheaded a pilot recycling project. He came up with an idea: to encourage participation, provide people with a

Hungry For Change

We all know that climate change is changing our world in ways that will leave a devastating impact on our environment. But did you know that our global food sources are also showing the effects of ris

Fighting For Wild Salmon

For more than four decades, Alexandra Morton has dedicated her work and her life to determine why the orcas and the wild salmon of the Broughton Archipelago are dying off—and to fight for those specie

Run For a Reason

Another great Swedish idea, plogging (a mash-up of the Swedish word plocka, to pick, and jogga, to jog) is taking off across Canada—and around the world. Find out more about this new, environmentally

An Active Social Life

There’s no denying that social media can be a force for good for tweens and teens. Here are some of the very real benefits of social media for young people.The potential and pitfalls of social media u

A Roundup of Chemicals and Corruption

Roundup: used by farmers on genetically engineered crops and homeowners on backyard gardens around the world. It’s a product of giant agrichemical company Monsanto and its story is now being told by a

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