Telling great green stories: An interview with Silver Donald Cameron

The Green Interview

Veteran journalist and writer Silver Donald Cameron (Don) is one of Canada's most versatile and experienced professional authors. His work includes plays, films, radio and TV scripts, corporate and governmental writing, hundreds of magazine...

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Balancing screen time with sunshine: A Q&A with Take Me Outside founder Colin Harris

Students, Banff Elementary (Photo courtesy of Take Me Outside's official Facebook page)

Students, Banff Elementary (Photo courtesy of Take Me Outside's official Facebook page)

Calling in from the comfort of his home in Canmore, Alberta with his four-legged friend at his feet, Colin Harris, executive director and founder of the Take Me Outside (TMO) organization, spoke with NCC-staffer Carly Digweed about getting...

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Zoo Revolution: A Q&A with documentary filmmaker Geoff D'Eon

Zoo Revolution cameraman Wade Cornell gets a shot of the action at Zoo Miami (Photo by Geoff D'Eon)

Zoo Revolution cameraman Wade Cornell gets a shot of the action at Zoo Miami (Photo by Geoff D'Eon)

Zoos have often been the source of passionate debate and controversy among animal lovers and conservationists, many of whom argue that animals should not be kept in cages, that this environment does not lead to a respect for animals, that...

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An interview with Bruce Kirkby: The call to conserve Canada’s last frontiers

Bruce Kirkby (Photo courtesy of Bruce Kirkby)

Bruce Kirkby (Photo courtesy of Bruce Kirkby)

Bruce Kirkby is a writer, photographer, traveler and adventurer. As a columnist for The Globe and Mail, contributor to Canadian Geographic and the New York Times and author of two books (Sand Dance and Dolphin’s Tooth), Bruce’s...

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