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  • Restoring Hope - As climate change intensifies, WWF-Canada is supporting community efforts to restore their lands and safeguard their futures by Brianna Sharpe

  • [WATCH] The Walrus Talks Nature - Exploring how nature and Canada’s trails can play a pivotal role in bolstering the environment, economy, and health of all Canadians


The first step in creating a more equitable and sustainable world in 2080, is to imagine it. In this episode, we explore the power of dreaming new futures into existence through art, collaboration and innovation. With a perspective rooted in reality and an understanding of the past, how might hope guide our actions as we plan for the future?

Some doctors consider nature time to be “The fourth Pillar of Health”. It can have a positive effect on mood, physical ability and even mental wellness. Dr. Melissa Lem is the director of PaRx (Parks Prescriptions), an initiative of the BC Parks Foundation, and a family physician. This special episode of The Conversation Piece features content from her presentation at Manulife presents The Walrus Talks Nature, supported by Trans Canada Trail.

In this episode, we’re commemorating 125 years of the Yukon Territory. We discuss the work of digitizing Dene language tapes, buried Hollywood silent films found in Dawson City, and the pivotal role of Indigenous youth in shaping Yukon’s future.


  • A black and white photo of Chuqiao Yang against a blue backdrop The View - Someone shudders with news of their ruptured / heartbreak by Chuqiao Yang


  • Illustrations of glasses, matches, a car, fountain pen, amulet, leaves, coins, flowers, fountains and a large house surround a black-and-white photo of a Sri Lankan family snipped by bird-shaped scissors. Wo - We ate and drank and drove on and I went off the road, and so we discussed the situation and decided it would be a good idea to pull off the road by Randy Boyagoda