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2014/09/21 02:29
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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) _ A University of Missouri professor says he was denied tenure for reporting the possible misuse of federal grants. Wildlife biologist Dylan Kesler filed a 2013 complaint under the...
2014/09/21 02:29
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2014/09/20 19:18
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In any given area, children grow up, families move away for work or to retire, new families may not move in. Shifting demographics can often lead to school closures. And in September 1957, school...
2014/09/18 23:19
2014/09/18 23:19
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This Saturday marks the end of a long journey for the Okanagan Nation Alliance, particularly the Penticton Indian Band. The new k] cpә’lk’ stim’ Salmon Hatchery, on the Penticton Indian Band, will be...
2014/09/18 10:56
2014/09/18 10:56
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Federal changes elbow conservation authority out of review role Changes to the federal Fisheries Act are being likened to letting “the fox supervise the chickens” on construction projects and land...
2014/09/18 10:07
2014/09/18 10:07
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Editor: The Skeena fishing story is, unfortunately, a sad one again this year. This season, the Department of Fisheries predicted the Skeena run size to be 2.64 million sockeye. They allowed the...
2014/09/17 21:33
2014/09/17 21:33
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It’s a hot, sunny August day and I’m on the Fraser River near Steveston, to witness a rare sight. There are over 100, perhaps even 200 or 300, dotting the water from Sandheads, at the mouth of the...
2014/09/17 00:39
2014/09/17 00:39
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The Fraser River’s sockeye run is being hailed as exceptional by fisheries experts even though there is considerable doubt about how many millions of salmon remain at sea and how many of those fish...
2014/09/16 17:03
2014/09/16 17:03
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Did a great white shark choke to death on a sea lion? A shark that washed ashore apparently did this week, Western Australia's Department of Fisheries said Thursday, reports NBC News. The 13-foot-long...
2014/09/16 12:33
2014/09/16 12:33
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The Cagan Crossings Friends of the Library is sponsoring a chess tournament on National Chess Day, Oct. 11, at the Cagan Crossings Community Library, 16729 Cagan Oaks, Clermont. The tournament is...
2014/09/15 23:29
2014/09/15 23:29
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Famara Darboe of the Department of Fisheries has said The Gambia fisheries and waters are divided into two marine fisheries waters. Famara Darboe was presenting a report on Illegal Unregulated and...
2014/09/15 11:06
2014/09/15 11:06
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With returning stocks far exceeding the dismal predictions set out by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans earlier this year, one would think that the commercial fishing industry had weathered the...
2014/09/12 00:21
2014/09/12 00:21
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Several government agencies and contractors were on hand Wednesday to answer questions about the Mount Polley Mine cleanup. And while the itinerary was an open house format with people answering...
2014/09/12 00:17
2014/09/12 00:17
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The public is invited to take part in the Kamloops Motorcycle Toy Run on Sunday, Sept. 14, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Kiwanis Club of Downtown Kamloops-sponsored event will begin at Aberdeen Mall...
2014/09/11 19:18
2014/09/11 19:18
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They’re on the way. An estimated 10 million sockeye salmon are rallying for the dominant run of their four-year cycle – and some are already on their way. Based on a test fishery conducted below and...
2014/09/11 09:26
2014/09/11 09:26
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WA shark cull: Drum lines dumped after EPA recommendations Drum lines will not be deployed off WA beaches this summer after the state's Environmental Protection Authority advised against extending...
2014/09/10 15:06
2014/09/10 15:06
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Predicting a dismal sockeye fishing season, with no openings on the Nass River and only four days on the Skeena River, a Prince Rupert City Councillor has requested City Hall write to the Department...
2014/09/10 12:10
2014/09/10 12:10
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By Senators Bill Rompkey and Dennis Patterson Canadians want to protect their iconic lighthouses. These landmarks bring alive our past, aid our boats and aircraft in the present, and could enhance...
2014/09/09 16:06
2014/09/09 16:06
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Joy Thorkelson is wondering who will stand up for the commercial fishing industry in light of another dismal season on the North Coast. "The Skeena fishing story is, unfortunately, a sad one again...
2014/09/08 22:13
2014/09/08 22:13
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Seafood imports rise to meet export demand September 9, 2014 5:23 am HA NOI, Sept. 8 — Viet Nam has imported a large volume of seafood products for export processing because of a lack of material...
2014/09/06 19:15
2014/09/06 19:15
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A West Australian surfing identity has called for a shark that killed a 31-year-old father of two to be slaughtered but the victim's mum says no. A West Australian surfing identity has called for a...
2014/09/21 02:29
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