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2015/04/24 22:13
2015/04/24 22:13
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It will be a few weeks before officials have the results of a side-scan sonar of the temporarily closed Port Dalhousie piers. Images collected by a private engineering firm for the Department of...
2015/04/24 22:13
2015/04/24 22:13
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2015/04/23 16:30
2015/04/23 16:30
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Sticker shock is a real thing. Some Parksville residents are understandably upset at the prospect of paying for their share of $37 million water treatment and storage facilities. Upon further review,...
2015/04/23 16:30
2015/04/23 16:30
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Questions are mounting about the new water facilities Parksville must build to comply with an Island Health order for treatment. The city will try to answer the public’s questions, and listen to...
2015/04/23 16:30
2015/04/23 16:30
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A local resident says she learned important lessons when she and her husband found an injured harbour seal on Columbia Beach last month. “We live on the water and we saw it on the beach right in...
2015/04/23 06:56
2015/04/23 06:56
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BANGKOK: Thailand said Thursday (Apr 23) it is considering fast-tracking a regulation under the tough new security law of its interim constitution, Article 44, to tackle illegal fishing...
2015/04/22 00:13
2015/04/22 00:13
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Visitors to St. Catharines will be greeted by colourful banners, an opening ceremony and plenty of security when the Pan Am Games get underway. With less than three months before athletes make a...
2015/04/21 23:13
2015/04/21 23:13
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Retirees and nest-egg builders are two groups likely to cheer Tuesday's federal budget. Boosting contribution limits for tax-free savings and changing rules on RRIF withdrawals are two key...
2015/04/20 09:31
2015/04/20 09:31
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Foreigners have been accused of deliberately collapsing the local fish trawling business and illegally taking over the business. Some operators who spoke with Vanguard explained that the fish...
2015/04/19 18:39
2015/04/19 18:39
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Some of Vancouver’s most popular beaches are safe to use again following an oil spill ten days ago, but two in the harbour remain under health advisories as do several in West Vancouver, according to...
2015/04/18 22:39
2015/04/18 22:39
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NDP leader Tom Mulcair says his party will introduce a motion in Parliament this week demanding the Conservative government reopen the Kitsilano Coast Guard station in Vancouver. Mulcair says the...
2015/04/17 01:39
2015/04/17 01:39
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The toxic fuel spill off Vancouver’s harbour underscores a major gap in research and preparedness because of federal cuts to science programs, says an expert with the city’s aquarium. Peter Ross,...
2015/04/16 14:13
2015/04/16 14:13
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Sections of the east and west piers at Port Dalhousie Harbour are closed until further notice. The Department of Fisheries and Oceans says in the interest of public safety, those sections will be...
2015/04/16 10:30
2015/04/16 10:30
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The Atlantic Shrimpers Limited, an aquatic production company, has donated a utility vehicle to enhance the operation of the Federal Department of Fisheries (FDF) liaison office in Lagos. Managing...
2015/04/16 01:42
2015/04/16 01:42
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The Department of Fisheries and Oceans has banned fishing for shellfish and groundfish in Burrard Inlet in the wake of last week’s fuel spill, and observers are questioning why the federal agency...
2015/04/15 02:39
2015/04/15 02:39
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The City of Vancouver has hired an outside lawyer to pursue a possible lawsuit over the bunker-fuel spill in its harbour last week, to ensure it recovers the money it has had to spend. And that’s...
2015/04/15 01:43
2015/04/15 01:43
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Minnesota’s wild turkey hunters mostly just want to see or hear a turkey during their hunts, but more than half say killing a tom is important, too, according to a new survey of state hunters. The...
2015/04/15 00:25
2015/04/15 00:25
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The race for Wood Buffalo’s two ridings is becoming a debate over who is to blame for delayed infrastructure and services, after Wildrose Leader Brian Jean and PC candidate Mike Allen accused each...
2015/04/14 23:05
2015/04/14 23:05
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Celebrity chef Aristos Papandroulakis is being investigated over alleged crayfish theft. Photo: Tourism WA video Celebrity chef Aristos Papandroulakis is being investigated for allegedly plundering...
2015/04/14 16:30
2015/04/14 16:30
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Parksville residents want their city council to seek less expensive options to the water treatment and storage proposal currently on the table. That demand was made clear last week when the gallery...
2015/04/14 04:49
2015/04/14 04:49
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First Delivery Expected In June 2016 Bell Helicopter has signed a contract with Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) for the supply of seven Bell 412EPI helicopters to the Canadian...
2015/04/24 22:13
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