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Bangor Daily News
Methodical Caribou boys knock off Washington AcademyBANGOR, Maine — Caribou prefers to take a patient approach to wear down opposin
Methodical Caribou boys knock off Washington Academy
Bangor Daily News / Posted 6 hours ago
BANGOR, Maine — Caribou prefers to take a patient approach to wear down opposing defenses. Washington Academy likes a more wide-open style. On Friday night, coach Chris Casavant’s ballclub was able to impose its methodical style of play on the... Read more
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Alaska Public
Leverage your leopard: the biz behind Alaska’s only zoo If you’ve ever wanted to feed a snow leopard, a moose, or a pack of wolves, t
Leverage your leopard: the biz behind Alaska’s only zoo
Alaska Public / Posted 9 hours ago
If you’ve ever wanted to feed a snow leopard, a moose, or a pack of wolves, this year you’ve got a chance. Albeit, for a tidy sum. It’s part of a package deal at the Alaska Zoo–one piece in a... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Dangerous wind chill forecast prompts Mainers to rethink outdoor activitiesPRESQUE ISLE, Maine — With wind chill temperatures expected to plunge to danger
Dangerous wind chill forecast prompts Mainers to rethink outdoor activities
Bangor Daily News / Posted 10 hours ago
PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — With wind chill temperatures expected to plunge to dangerous lows Sunday, World Cup Biathlon organizers in Aroostook County rescheduled races to Saturday and the Big Rock Ski Area in Mars Hill announced it would be closed... Read more
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The Fairfield Ledger
Friday, February 12, 2016“Church Basement Ladies,” Fairfield Area Community Theatre production, dinner s
Friday, February 12, 2016
The Fairfield Ledger / Posted 16 hours ago
“Church Basement Ladies,” Fairfield Area Community Theatre production, dinner show, Walton Club, 6:30 p.m. Tickets: 472-3948. Fish and Chicken Dinner, VFW, 5-7 p.m. Open to the public. Carry-out available. Free Film Friday, Fairfield Public... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
World Cup Biathlon inspiring new generation of skiersPRESQUE ISLE, Maine — On some afternoons in the winter, Heather Mladek, a freel
World Cup Biathlon inspiring new generation of skiers
Bangor Daily News / Posted 16 hours ago
PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — On some afternoons in the winter, Heather Mladek, a freelance photographer from Stockholm, likes to go cross-country skiing with her two sons and groups of other youngsters on the trails around the New Sweden Consolidation... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Coastal Maine could see up to a foot of snowCARIBOU, Maine — The combination of accumulating snow along the coast and bitte
Coastal Maine could see up to a foot of snow
Bangor Daily News / Posted 20 hours ago
CARIBOU, Maine — The combination of accumulating snow along the coast and bitterly cold wind chills throughout the entire state will make for a pure winter weekend. On Friday morning, the National Weather Service had posted a winter storm watch for... Read more
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The Local
How to cook ridiculously delicious Swedish reindeerTraditional Sami cooking methods. Photo: Lola Akinmade Åkerström/Image Bank Swe
How to cook ridiculously delicious Swedish reindeer
The Local / Posted yesterday
Traditional Sami cooking methods. Photo: Lola Akinmade Åkerström/Image Bank Sweden The Local · 12 Feb 2016, 07:59 Published: 12 Feb 2016 07:59 GMT+01:00 Cast Rudolph and his friends to the back... Read more
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Alaska Public
ConocoPhillips looks west, to the National Petroleum Reserve For forty years, Alaska’s North Slope oil production has taken place on a str
ConocoPhillips looks west, to the National Petroleum Reserve
Alaska Public / Posted yesterday
For forty years, Alaska’s North Slope oil production has taken place on a stretch of state land sandwiched between two major federal reserves: to the east is the Arctic National Wildlife... Read more
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Mark Blazis: Game for a hearty dinnerSportsmen’s clubs around the state are now planning their wild game dinners. Th
Mark Blazis: Game for a hearty dinner
Worcester Telegram & Gazette / Posted yesterday
Sportsmen’s clubs around the state are now planning their wild game dinners. The culinary celebrations break down social barriers. Red necks convivially share nature’s bounty with blue and white collars, all relishing the special privilege of dining... Read more
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The Advocate
Grammys 2016: Who will take home the big prizes?While Louisiana has its fair share of nominees, questions still remain when it
Grammys 2016: Who will take home the big prizes?
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
While Louisiana has its fair share of nominees, questions still remain when it comes to categories like Album of the Year, Song of the Year and Record of the Year. Here’s a look at some of the bigger categories and who might take home the... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
How Aroostook County came together to make a World Cup happenThe eyes of an estimated 120,000 million television viewers globally are on Aro
How Aroostook County came together to make a World Cup happen
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
The eyes of an estimated 120,000 million television viewers globally are on Aroostook County watching World Cup Biathlon races being aired live from Presque Isle through Feb. 14 and appearing in prime time on the other side of the... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Athletes gear up for next leg of biathlon competition in Presque IslePRESQUE ISLE, Maine — Athletes from 32 countries enjoyed the natural assets of
Athletes gear up for next leg of biathlon competition in Presque Isle
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — Athletes from 32 countries enjoyed the natural assets of Aroostook County Tuesday and Wednesday as they took practice runs in preparation of Thursday’s start of the next leg of the International Biathlon World Cup. About 275... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Protesters fear peace in forestsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
Protesters fear peace in forests
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Forecasters monitoring potential coastal storm for SaturdayCARIBOU, Maine — Forecasters are keeping an eye on a potential storm that could
Forecasters monitoring potential coastal storm for Saturday
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
CARIBOU, Maine — Forecasters are keeping an eye on a potential storm that could bring accumulating snow to the Maine coast this weekend. According to the National Weather Service’s Caribou forecast center, anywhere between 6 to 12 inches could fall... Read more
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BC Local News
Kimberley will ask province to lower caribou lineThe City of Kimberley, through the Mark Creek Watershed Advisory Committee, is
Kimberley will ask province to lower caribou line
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
The City of Kimberley, through the Mark Creek Watershed Advisory Committee, is going to try to get upper elevations in the Mark Creek Watershed designated non-motorized access only. Council will write a letter to the Ministry of Forests requesting... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Hampden Academy boys team seeks to extend postseason streaksNot only has no current member of the Hampden Academy boys basketball team ever
Hampden Academy boys team seeks to extend postseason streaks
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
Not only has no current member of the Hampden Academy boys basketball team ever lost a home game in varsity competition — stretching that 6-year-old streak to 56 straight victories this winter — these Broncos have never lost a game at their home away... Read more
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Billboard
Instagram Predicts Grammy Winners: Taylor Swift, Chris Stapleton Top FavoritesIf it were up to Instagram users, Taylor Swift would sweep Monday's 58th Annual
Instagram Predicts Grammy Winners: Taylor Swift, Chris Stapleton Top Favorites
Billboard / Posted yesterday
If it were up to Instagram users, Taylor Swift would sweep Monday's 58th Annual Grammy Awards celebration. Confessions of a Grammy Voter: Industry Heavyweights Share Their Predictions -- and Gripes The social photo and video sharing platform has... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Hampden Academy boys team seeks to extend postseason streaksNot only has no current member of the Hampden Academy boys basketball team ever
Hampden Academy boys team seeks to extend postseason streaks
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
Not only has no current member of the Hampden Academy boys basketball team ever lost a home game in varsity competition — stretching that 6-year-old streak to 56 straight victories this winter — these Broncos have never lost a game at their home away... Read more
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The Tyee
On Nature's Death Row: Alberta's Coveted Foothills Forest[Editor's note: In this Tyee Solutions Society series, Chris Wood profiles what
On Nature's Death Row: Alberta's Coveted Foothills Forest
The Tyee / Posted 2 days ago
[Editor's note: In this Tyee Solutions Society series, Chris Wood profiles what death row looks like for endangered species and their landscapes in three Canadian provinces.] The sound of water is loud in a land muffled by snow. No human sound... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Why don't we wipe out mosquitoes?Mosquitoes are credited with causing more misery and loss to humanity than any
Why don't we wipe out mosquitoes?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Mosquitoes are credited with causing more misery and loss to humanity than any other organism, apart from humans. Photo / Getty A blood-sucking, disease-spreading, whining creature is always going to be a hard sell, even to nature lovers. And the... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Coldest weather yet this winter moving into Maine for weekendCARIBOU, Maine — While no major snowstorms are in the forecast for the upcoming
Coldest weather yet this winter moving into Maine for weekend
Bangor Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
CARIBOU, Maine — While no major snowstorms are in the forecast for the upcoming weekend, the state is expected to go into a deep freeze. Arctic air is expected to move into the area Saturday, according to the National Weather Service, bringing with... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Icy delights at the Quebec Winter CarnivalQUEBEC CITY - Jacqueline Ouellet has seen 62 Quebec Winter Carnivals. She has r
Icy delights at the Quebec Winter Carnival
Calgary Sun / Posted 2 days ago
QUEBEC CITY - Jacqueline Ouellet has seen 62 Quebec Winter Carnivals. She has roughly 62 Bonhomme pins on her hat. But she has one regret. “I love everything about Carnival," Ouellet told me on the opening weekend of the 2016 Carnival, which runs... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Limestone man accused of driving drunkCARIBOU, Maine — A Limestone man was arrested Monday after a Caribou police off
Limestone man accused of driving drunk
Bangor Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
CARIBOU, Maine — A Limestone man was arrested Monday after a Caribou police officer said he saw the driver speeding in the wrong direction in a roundabout intersection in the city. Daniel Moutinho, 30, was charged with operating under the influence... Read more
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Style Weekly
Musical Couples: Richmonders Find Love Through Record CollectingAsk a die-hard record collector what matters when it comes to love and you’re u
Musical Couples: Richmonders Find Love Through Record Collecting
Style Weekly / Posted 3 days ago
Ask a die-hard record collector what matters when it comes to love and you’re unlikely to hear much about shared religious or political views. All that stuff plays second fiddle to musical compatibility. In addition to the personal traits that... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Peace Arch News
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Peace Arch News / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Oak Bay News
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Oak Bay News / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Penticton Western News
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Penticton Western News / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
Protesters fear peace in woods
Aldergrove Star / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Langley Times
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Langley Times / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Mission City Record
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Mission City Record / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Terrace Standard
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Terrace Standard / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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The Northern View
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
The Northern View / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
Protesters fear peace in woods
Fernie Free Press / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Lake Country Calendar
Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
Protesters fear peace in woods
Lake Country Calendar / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Rossland News
Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
Protesters fear peace in woods
Rossland News / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Maple Ridge News / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Revelstoke Review / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Kootenay Advertiser
Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
Protesters fear peace in woods
Kootenay Advertiser / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Surrey Leader
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Surrey Leader / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Alberni Valley News / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
Protesters fear peace in woods
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Abbotsford News
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Abbotsford News / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woodsAfter 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S
BC VIEWS: Protesters fear peace in woods
Comox Valley Record / Posted 3 days ago
After 20 years of representing B.C. coastal First Nations to negotiate what U.S.-directed activists labeled the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, a weary Dallas Smith expressed his relief and frustration. At a ceremony to sign the final agreement in... Read more
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