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Hamilton County Commission Declares March “Myeloma Awareness Month” Jack and Linda Huguelet, leaders of the Chattanooga Multiple Myeloma Networking Group, Bill Bennett, myeloma patient and Hamilton...
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2015/03/03 19:10
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Glencore announces it will close Montana aluminum plantThe Swiss owner of the Columbia Falls Aluminum Plant in Montana announced Tuesday that the plant, which was closed in 2009, will not reopen. The...
2015/02/27 22:21
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Imperial Metals said it is not linking the issuing of permits to restart Mount Polley Mine with layoffs. "Right now the bulk of workforce is doing the repair to the breach," the company's...
2015/02/27 20:10
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Montana Public Radio explores concerns about shipping oil by railThe U.S. Department of Transportation's analysis of the safety of shipping oil by rail, coupled with the recent train derailment in...
2015/02/27 16:21
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By Jeff Nagel The B.C. government intends to pull more money out of ICBC in the years ahead. The annual dividend from the public auto insurer – which goes into general government revenue despite...
2015/02/26 02:39
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Premier Christy Clark says she is confident that B.C.’s conflict commissioner will give Mines Minister Bill Bennett a green light for injecting himself into the regulation of hunting while holding a...
2015/02/25 18:20
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Not only are local government officials keeping the pressure on, they’re ratcheting it up several notches. Columbia Shuswap Regional District directors are committed to lobbying federal and...
2015/02/24 18:55
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NDP's Dawn Black calls practice 'bizarre' When Simon Fraser University, a publicly funded institution, wanted a provincial law changed, they hired a former president of the British Columbia Liberal...
2015/02/24 18:19
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The Joint Review Panel created to review Site C made "a mathematical error" when it claimed there is no pressing demand for power from a third Peace River dam, according to the ministry in charge of...
2015/02/24 00:19
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A B.C. Supreme Court judge has postponed a hearing into whether the B.C. government is justified in creating the Jumbo Mountain Resort municipality near Jumbo Glacier despite no people living in the...
2015/02/23 07:37
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More than 30 Carrboro residents protest their landlords Friday By Marisa Bakker | Published 25 minutes ago Rev. Nathan Hollister (right) leads protesters into the Estes Park Apartment leasing office...
2015/02/22 11:07
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VANCOUVER - British Columbia's mines minister is making plans to visit Alaska's indigenous fishing community after admitting his first trip to the state following the Mount Polley disaster addressed...
2015/02/20 02:39
2015/02/20 02:39
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Mines Minister Bill Bennett should not be involved in the development of hunting policies in B.C. because of his personal and financial links to a guide outfitting business, critics say. NDP MLA...
2015/02/19 18:19
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After the closure of its last coal mine, Tumbler Ridge has the hallmarks of a boomtown entering a bust. There are the "for sale" signs that dot the front lawns, the empty storefronts and the unplowed...
2015/02/19 13:39
2015/02/19 13:39
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When Bill Bennett entered politics, he portrayed himself as “the voice of the hunter” in the B.C. Legislature. But after 14 years, Mr. Bennett – now the province’s powerful Mines Minister – finds...
2015/02/18 20:56
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Lake Koocanusa is a hot spot destination for tourists and locals alike, but after continuously being faced with environmental issues, including the degradation of sensitive grassland and wildlife...
2015/02/18 17:26
2015/02/18 17:26
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Selkirk College will receive $315,428 to buy new trades training equipment that supports students entering in-demand occupations that are critical to the economy. The funding is part of BC’s Skills...
2015/02/16 14:56
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The latest episode of Conversations With Bill Kristol, featuring Bill Bennett: "In this conversation, Bill Bennett reflects on key moments in his distinguished career, particularly his tenure as...
2015/02/15 17:19
2015/02/15 17:19
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Jeb Bush has won the race hands down. That would be the money race, not the race for the nomination. These are two entirely different matters and the Bush camp should be cautious about conflating the...
2015/02/13 17:42
2015/02/13 17:42
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The College of the Rockies and Selkirk College will receive $640,702 to buy new trades training equipment that supports students entering in-demand occupations that are critical to the economy. “Our...
2015/03/05 15:59
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