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TribLIVE
Grandview Upper Elementary in Tarentum marks 100th anniversary with open houseLike a mother embracing her children, Grandview Upper Elementary opened its doo
Grandview Upper Elementary in Tarentum marks 100th anniversary with open house
TribLIVE / Posted 10 hours ago
Like a mother embracing her children, Grandview Upper Elementary opened its doors Saturday and welcomed back hundreds of its former students. Billed as a 100th anniversary open house for the building that also served as Tarentum High School for... Read more
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Calgary Sun
EA Sports says Carey Price best goalie in NHLCarey Price was the big winner at the NHL Awards in June and the accolades keep
EA Sports says Carey Price best goalie in NHL
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
Carey Price was the big winner at the NHL Awards in June and the accolades keep coming. The stingy Montreal Canadiens star is rated the league’s top goalie by EA Sports in its upcoming “NHL 16” video game. The game gives Price a 94 rating, ahead of... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Montreal Canadiens star Carey Price rated top goalie in 'NHL 16' video gameTORONTO - Carey Price was the big winner at the NHL Awards in June and the acco
Montreal Canadiens star Carey Price rated top goalie in 'NHL 16' video game
Brandon Sun / Posted yesterday
TORONTO - Carey Price was the big winner at the NHL Awards in June and the accolades keep coming. The stingy Montreal Canadiens star is rated the league's top goalie by EA Sports in its upcoming "NHL 16" video game. The game gives Price a 94... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Canada's Sinclair has left ankle, Achilles strainTORONTO – Canadian captain Christine Sinclair has a left ankle and Achilles ten
Canada's Sinclair has left ankle, Achilles strain
Sportsnet.ca / Posted yesterday
TORONTO – Canadian captain Christine Sinclair has a left ankle and Achilles tendon strain, according to the National Women’s Soccer League. Sinclair was hurt last weekend playing for the Portland Thorns. The 32-year-old from Burnaby, B.C., had to be... Read more
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Calgary Sun
B.C. judge says Pickton sex assault victim should have settled for $50KVANCOUVER -- A jury was right to reject a woman's claim that her life was ruine
B.C. judge says Pickton sex assault victim should have settled for $50K
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
VANCOUVER -- A jury was right to reject a woman's claim that her life was ruined after a sexual assault by the brother of serial killer Robert Pickton, says a judge who awarded her no costs at trial. B.C. Supreme Court Justice George Macintosh ruled... Read more
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The Tyee
Carol Baird Ellan: Judging the Harper DecadeCarol Baird Ellan: Ahead in the polls, but the race isn't over. Photo: Facebook
Carol Baird Ellan: Judging the Harper Decade
The Tyee / Posted 2 days ago
Carol Baird Ellan: Ahead in the polls, but the race isn't over. Photo: Facebook. With a lifetime in the law, Carol Baird Ellan thinks a lot about the legal misadventures of the Harper government. A former lawyer and judge, Baird Ellan in 2000... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Vees facing tough choicesThrough four days of training camp, Fred Harbinson knows his team will be talen
Vees facing tough choices
Penticton Western News / Posted 2 days ago
Through four days of training camp, Fred Harbinson knows his team will be talented in the upcoming 2015-16 BCHL season. The Penticton Vees coach-general manager said one of the things he likes is overall team speed. “Especially our forward group... Read more
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Nelson Star
Neptunes capture silver and bronze at provincialsThe Nelson Neptunes Swim Club posted some of the best times in their history, w
Neptunes capture silver and bronze at provincials
Nelson Star / Posted 2 days ago
The Nelson Neptunes Swim Club posted some of the best times in their history, winning two medals at the provincials in Victoria last weekend. In total they had 35 best times by 21 club swimmers, making a fine finish to the end of the season with 532... Read more
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Peace Arch News
South Surrey teacher gets intense lesson in historyReflecting on 20 intense days in Israel last month, Earl Marriott history teach
South Surrey teacher gets intense lesson in history
Peace Arch News / Posted 2 days ago
Reflecting on 20 intense days in Israel last month, Earl Marriott history teacher Mark Figueira says he's still confounded by the story of Frieda Kleuger. "It was the most unbelievable story I heard the whole time I was there," Figueira said of the... Read more
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The Tyee
Mike Little Harnesses North Shore Advantage in New Cross-Inlet RidingMike Little expects the national Conservative office to determine much of what
Mike Little Harnesses North Shore Advantage in New Cross-Inlet Riding
The Tyee / Posted 3 days ago
Mike Little expects the national Conservative office to determine much of what he does this election. Mike Little belies his name: at 6'4", he outsizes the other Burnaby North-Seymour candidates. But he's also soft-spoken, bespectacled and relaxed,... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Youthful elders participate in the 55+ BC GamesLynn Thompson, 76, of Salt Spring Island, competes in the triple jump event. (
Youthful elders participate in the 55+ BC Games
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Lynn Thompson, 76, of Salt Spring Island, competes in the triple jump event. (Darryl Dyck for The Globe and Mail) Marlene Johnston, 64, of Williams Lake, prepares to begin her last lap of the 5000-metre race. (Darryl Dyck for The Globe and... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Lunch in the evening, bird watching and the PNELAUNCH: Sad Mag is a cool local magazine that celebrates independent art and cu
Lunch in the evening, bird watching and the PNE
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
LAUNCH: Sad Mag is a cool local magazine that celebrates independent art and culture in Vancouver. It is issued on a quarterly basis and contains some seriously compelling pages packed with images. This Saturday night, they’re holding the launch... Read more
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Surrey Leader
Not all in favour of new TransLink boardThe appointment of former civic bureaucrats from Surrey and Vancouver to the Tr
Not all in favour of new TransLink board
Surrey Leader / Posted 3 days ago
The appointment of former civic bureaucrats from Surrey and Vancouver to the TransLink board of directors further shuts out smaller communities, Burnaby's mayor says. Earlier this month, Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development Peter... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
Not all in favour of new TransLink boardThe appointment of former civic bureaucrats from Surrey and Vancouver to the Tr
Not all in favour of new TransLink board
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 3 days ago
The appointment of former civic bureaucrats from Surrey and Vancouver to the TransLink board of directors further shuts out smaller communities, Burnaby's mayor says. Earlier this month, Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development Peter... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Not all in favour of new TransLink boardThe appointment of former civic bureaucrats from Surrey and Vancouver to the Tr
Not all in favour of new TransLink board
Peace Arch News / Posted 3 days ago
The appointment of former civic bureaucrats from Surrey and Vancouver to the TransLink board of directors further shuts out smaller communities, Burnaby's mayor says. Earlier this month, Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development Peter... Read more
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The Tyee
Lynne Quarmby, Evidence-Based CandidateLynne Quarmby joins Trans Mountain pipeline protesters on Burnaby Mountain in N
Lynne Quarmby, Evidence-Based Candidate
The Tyee / Posted 4 days ago
Lynne Quarmby joins Trans Mountain pipeline protesters on Burnaby Mountain in November 2014. Photo: Facebook. Lynne Quarmby seems like an unlikely person to run for Parliament. Her office at Simon Fraser University reflects her academic success: an... Read more
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Toronto Star
My lonely cross-country sojourn in search of a chatty ConservativeYou can hear an immigrant from Trinidad grill Liberal candidate Raj Grewal in a
My lonely cross-country sojourn in search of a chatty Conservative
Toronto Star / Posted 4 days ago
You can hear an immigrant from Trinidad grill Liberal candidate Raj Grewal in a backyard on Bayridge Drive in Brampton East; talk to community elders at an impromptu senior’s association meeting, a Mela, in Brampton’s Red Willow Park; talk to the... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
A history of hunting for gold in B.C.Don Waite has spent the past 45 years immersed in photography. From his early
A history of hunting for gold in B.C.
Maple Ridge News / Posted 4 days ago
Don Waite has spent the past 45 years immersed in photography. From his early career as a identification specialist with the RCMP to his most years of restoring historical photos, Waite has been sifting through a rich history of one of B.C.’s most... Read more
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The Tyee
Meet Terry Beech: Tech CEO Turned Political Up-startTerry Beech appeals to younger British Columbians with messaging on inequality
Meet Terry Beech: Tech CEO Turned Political Up-start
The Tyee / Posted 5 days ago
Terry Beech appeals to younger British Columbians with messaging on inequality and environmental stewardship. Photo: Facebook. A Liberal MP hasn't represented Burnaby North-Seymour since the 1970s. Divided thereafter, the Burnaby side of Burrard... Read more
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The Tyee
Burnaby North-Seymour: Canada's Perilously Tight Four-way RaceNDP's Carol Baird Ellan, Liberal Terry Beech, Green candidate Lynne Quarmby and
Burnaby North-Seymour: Canada's Perilously Tight Four-way Race
The Tyee / Posted 6 days ago
NDP's Carol Baird Ellan, Liberal Terry Beech, Green candidate Lynne Quarmby and Conservative Mike Little. We are now well into the 2015 federal election campaign, and at this point the outcome is far from certain. Much is likely to depend on the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Advice of prior inquests not heeded, B.C. advocates sayA public inquest will be held into the deaths of three people with mental-healt
Advice of prior inquests not heeded, B.C. advocates say
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
A public inquest will be held into the deaths of three people with mental-health issues who died shortly after leaving an Abbotsford, B.C., hospital – but mental-health advocates note that many recommendations from similar inquests have not been... Read more
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Abbotsford News
A life tied to the mighty Fraser RiverFaces, Places and Traces by Mark Rushton If ever there is a man inextricably t
A life tied to the mighty Fraser River
Abbotsford News / Posted 6 days ago
Faces, Places and Traces by Mark Rushton If ever there is a man inextricably tied to the Fraser River it must be Albert Gibson. He was born above its banks, lived his whole life beside it, and spent his entire working career on it. Albert’s... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Gold for Gibson at the Western Canada Summer GamesSwimmer Jessie Gibson of Abbotsford brought home a set of gold medals for the T
Gold for Gibson at the Western Canada Summer Games
Abbotsford News / Posted 7 days ago
Swimmer Jessie Gibson of Abbotsford brought home a set of gold medals for the Team BC contingent at the Western Canada Summer Games, which wrapped up Sunday, Aug. 16. Gibson earned three golds and two bronze in the five relay events she was... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Hardware for Kelowna skaters in BurnabyThe Kelowna Skating Club had its share of success at the 2015 BC and Yukon Summ
Hardware for Kelowna skaters in Burnaby
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 8 days ago
The Kelowna Skating Club had its share of success at the 2015 BC and Yukon Summerskate event in Burnaby, as 24 local skaters returned home with 13 medals. A highlight for the Kelowna team came in the Pre-Juvenile Women under 11 level, as 9-year-old... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
National Energy Board hearings into Trans Mountain pipeline expansion postponedA National Energy Board panel has postponed hearings that were supposed to begi
National Energy Board hearings into Trans Mountain pipeline expansion postponed
The Globe and Mail / Posted 8 days ago
A National Energy Board panel has postponed hearings that were supposed to begin next week into the Trans Mountain expansion because a consultant who prepared evidence in favour of the project will soon work for the regulator. Kinder Morgan Canada,... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Potential aquifer contamination one of Chilliwack's main concernsCity of Chilliwack filed its letter of comment to the National Energy Board Tue
Potential aquifer contamination one of Chilliwack's main concerns
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 9 days ago
City of Chilliwack filed its letter of comment to the National Energy Board Tuesday on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, citing concerns ranging from aquifer protection to socio-economic impacts of construction. The Trans Mountain project by... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
BC Coroners Service calls public inquest into three deathsWhen Brian David Geisheimer attempted to harm himself last winter, police appre
BC Coroners Service calls public inquest into three deaths
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 days ago
When Brian David Geisheimer attempted to harm himself last winter, police apprehended him and took him to the psychiatric unit of Abbotsford Regional Hospital. Under Section 28 of B.C.’s Mental Health Act, police can immediately take a person to a... Read more
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BC Local News
Townhouses ruling Langley TownshipTownhouses are becoming an increasingly important part of the housing mix in th
Townhouses ruling Langley Township
BC Local News / Posted 10 days ago
Townhouses are becoming an increasingly important part of the housing mix in the Langleys, particularly in fast-growing Langley Township. Urban Analytics has been tracking the market for new multi-family home market in Metro Vancouver since... Read more
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The Northern View
Jack Rudolph is Prince Rupert's well-oiled machinePeople still talk about ‘East’ Prince Rupert and ‘West’ Prince Rupert and the d
Jack Rudolph is Prince Rupert's well-oiled machine
The Northern View / Posted 11 days ago
People still talk about ‘East’ Prince Rupert and ‘West’ Prince Rupert and the dividing point that they refer to is usually somewhere around McBride Street. But there was once a time that some Rupertites may remember when the youth of the city... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Coroners inquest to probe deaths of Abbotsford hospital patientsThe BC Coroners Service has announced that a public inquest will be held into t
Coroners inquest to probe deaths of Abbotsford hospital patients
Abbotsford News / Posted 11 days ago
The BC Coroners Service has announced that a public inquest will be held into the deaths of three persons who died shortly after leaving Abbotsford Regional Hospital in the last eight months. Two of the deaths occurred on the same day. Brian David... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Greens push for supertanker ban on B.C. coast, stronger environmental lawsCanada needs stronger environmental assessment laws to help defend coastal comm
Greens push for supertanker ban on B.C. coast, stronger environmental laws
The Globe and Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Canada needs stronger environmental assessment laws to help defend coastal communities from risky pipeline and tanker schemes, the federal Green party says. The party also wants a legislated ban on supertankers on British Columbia’s coast and a... Read more
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The Tyee
This Ain't Your Grandparents' Sunday WorshipAbout 1,500 attend Westside Church's two Sunday services. Photo by Christopher
This Ain't Your Grandparents' Sunday Worship
The Tyee / Posted 13 days ago
About 1,500 attend Westside Church's two Sunday services. Photo by Christopher Cheung. If you visit Westside Church on a Sunday morning, prepare to walk a gauntlet of smiles and hellos. Even the guy directing parking is happy to see you. It feels... Read more
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The Tyee
Must Win Battlegrounds: How New Dems Can Wrest VictoryTom Mulcair's party leads in polls but must nearly run the board capturing Tory
Must Win Battlegrounds: How New Dems Can Wrest Victory
The Tyee / Posted 13 days ago
Tom Mulcair's party leads in polls but must nearly run the board capturing Tory 'unsafe' seats. Photo: NDP Flickr. Stephen Harper's Conservatives may trail in national polls, but compared to other parties they are rich in "safe" seats. Those are the... Read more
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BC Local News
Kootenay sculptor celebrates rapid transitWest Kootenay sculptor Brent Bukowski isn’t yet allowed to say much about his l
Kootenay sculptor celebrates rapid transit
BC Local News / Posted 13 days ago
West Kootenay sculptor Brent Bukowski isn’t yet allowed to say much about his large-scale installation Burquitlam: Between and Beyond, which will grace the foyer of an under-construction Sky Train station on the new Evergreen Line, but he can say it... Read more
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Nelson Star
Kootenay sculptor celebrates rapid transitWest Kootenay sculptor Brent Bukowski isn’t yet allowed to say much about his l
Kootenay sculptor celebrates rapid transit
Nelson Star / Posted 13 days ago
West Kootenay sculptor Brent Bukowski isn’t yet allowed to say much about his large-scale installation Burquitlam: Between and Beyond, which will grace the foyer of an under-construction Sky Train station on the new Evergreen Line, but he can say it... Read more
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Calgary Sun
B.C.'s pipeline politics could decide next PMVANCOUVER -- This election is one for the history books for many reasons. It’s
B.C.'s pipeline politics could decide next PM
Calgary Sun / Posted 14 days ago
VANCOUVER -- This election is one for the history books for many reasons. It’s the longest modern campaign, the costliest, and the first where three, rather than two, parties have legitimate shots at forming the government. It will also be the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Alberta’s oil patch faces a refining moment – and B.C. wants in tooA wooden sign stands at the entrance to Suncor Energy Inc.’s Voyageur property
Alberta’s oil patch faces a refining moment – and B.C. wants in too
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 days ago
A wooden sign stands at the entrance to Suncor Energy Inc.’s Voyageur property north of Fort McMurray, a reminder of false starts for nurturing Canada’s oil wealth. It’s a site map for the sprawling complex in Alberta’s oil sands, showing where an... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
Nomination date set for Conservative candidatesVoters will know by next Tuesday who will be the candidate trying to retain the
Nomination date set for Conservative candidates
Maple Ridge News / Posted 16 days ago
Voters will know by next Tuesday who will be the candidate trying to retain the Pitt Meadows-Maple Ridge seat for Stephen Harper’s Conservative party. Mike Murray, currently executive-assistant to present MP Randy Kamp, and MLA Marc Dalton, are... Read more
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Lake Country Calendar
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approvalConditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westrid
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approval
Lake Country Calendar / Posted 16 days ago
Conditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, where the original Trans Mountain pipeline has delivered crude oil and refined products since 1953. Kinder Morgan is proposing to twin the... Read more
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Rossland News
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approvalConditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westrid
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approval
Rossland News / Posted 16 days ago
Conditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, where the original Trans Mountain pipeline has delivered crude oil and refined products since 1953. Kinder Morgan is proposing to twin the... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approvalConditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westrid
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approval
Maple Ridge News / Posted 16 days ago
Conditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, where the original Trans Mountain pipeline has delivered crude oil and refined products since 1953. Kinder Morgan is proposing to twin the... Read more
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Kootenay Advertiser
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approvalConditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westrid
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approval
Kootenay Advertiser / Posted 16 days ago
Conditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, where the original Trans Mountain pipeline has delivered crude oil and refined products since 1953. Kinder Morgan is proposing to twin the... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approvalConditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westrid
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approval
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 16 days ago
Conditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, where the original Trans Mountain pipeline has delivered crude oil and refined products since 1953. Kinder Morgan is proposing to twin the... Read more
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Surrey Leader
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approvalConditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westrid
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approval
Surrey Leader / Posted 16 days ago
Conditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, where the original Trans Mountain pipeline has delivered crude oil and refined products since 1953. Kinder Morgan is proposing to twin the... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approvalConditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westrid
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approval
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 16 days ago
Conditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, where the original Trans Mountain pipeline has delivered crude oil and refined products since 1953. Kinder Morgan is proposing to twin the... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approvalConditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westrid
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approval
Alberni Valley News / Posted 16 days ago
Conditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, where the original Trans Mountain pipeline has delivered crude oil and refined products since 1953. Kinder Morgan is proposing to twin the... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approvalConditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westrid
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approval
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 16 days ago
Conditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, where the original Trans Mountain pipeline has delivered crude oil and refined products since 1953. Kinder Morgan is proposing to twin the... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approvalConditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westrid
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approval
Abbotsford News / Posted 16 days ago
Conditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, where the original Trans Mountain pipeline has delivered crude oil and refined products since 1953. Kinder Morgan is proposing to twin the... Read more
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BC Local News
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approvalConditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westrid
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approval
BC Local News / Posted 16 days ago
Conditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, where the original Trans Mountain pipeline has delivered crude oil and refined products since 1953. Kinder Morgan is proposing to twin the... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approvalConditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westrid
Long list of conditions for Trans Mountain approval
Comox Valley Record / Posted 16 days ago
Conditions include the possibility of dredging for the expansion of the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, where the original Trans Mountain pipeline has delivered crude oil and refined products since 1953. Kinder Morgan is proposing to twin the... Read more
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