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The Terry Project on CiTR #43: Drug Treatment (the Four Pillars Revisited, part 3 of 5)

When somebody decides that it’s time to kick drugs, who is there to help them? In this explosive expose, we reveal a chronically underfunded drug treatment…

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Rat Park – Utopian Rat Habitat Challenges Scientific Consensus on Addiction

Listen to our radio doc about Bruce Alexander and Rat Park here. You can also subscribe to the Terry Project on CiTR on iTunes to hear…

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Katichisms: Where have all the campus radicals gone?

There’s a new leftist media outlet at UBC called The Talon, and it got me thinking about the lack of vocal campus pundits. A few of…

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The Terry Project on CiTR #41: The Four Pillars Revisited (Part 1 of 5)

Prevention, treatment, harm reduction, and enforcement—Vancouver’s four pillars. It’s the most progressive drug plan of any city in North America. But its authors fear that the…

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The Four Pillars Revisited: Radio Schedule

The Terry Project on CiTR and The Tyee have produced a five-part investigative radio series called “The Four Pillars Revisited.” Check out the series schedule and…

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Nervous About Applying to TEDx Terry Talks 2014? This Post Should Help.

Terry* readers, I’ve just had an epiphany. Through conversations with wonderful, interesting students who love Terry* and can’t wait till they can experience the magic of…

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The Beauty in Brokenness: Redefining Self Compassion and Mental Illness: Dylan Stirewalt at TEDxTerryTalks 2013

When Dylan turned 3, her mother gave her custody to her father and started a long journey that would see her struggle with homelessness and mental…

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No Excuses, No Regrets. The Desert & Mountains that Changed My Life: Chris Dare at TEDxTerryTalks2013

Chris Dare talks about challenging yourself to achieve your dreams and have new experiences. As an avid mountaineer hoping to climb the highest peak on each…

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Photos from Ukraine

“Dear subscriber, you are registered as a participant in a mass riot” Nearly two months ago, cell phone users near the violent clashes in Kiev, Ukraine, received…

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How much would you pay for water?

While politicians in Canada and US debate about the Keystone XL Pipeline, the construction of another pipeline is being discussed in California. Instead of transporting oil,…

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