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CBC.ca
Trudeau's pipeline remark puts focus on Pacific Northwest LNG pipelineproject. That proposed $7-billion pipeline, which will be built, owned and run
Trudeau's pipeline remark puts focus on Pacific Northwest LNG pipeline
CBC.ca / Posted yesterday
project. That proposed $7-billion pipeline, which will be built, owned and run by TransCanada, will move natural gas from Fort Saint John near the Alberta border — partially through the same Great Bear rainforest as Northern Gateway — to Port... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
50 of the world's most unusual hotelsa crypt room (where the beds are coffins), a room with lion cages as beds, and
50 of the world's most unusual hotels
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
a crypt room (where the beds are coffins), a room with lion cages as beds, and a room which is ‘upside down’. No Man’s Fort – a Victorian-era fort which was originally built between 1867 and 1880 to protect Portsmouth from an attack from... Read more
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The Columbian
Group hopes others plug into electric-car movementRichard Hovey of Vancouver fastened his seat belt behind the wheel of Bill Moor
Group hopes others plug into electric-car movement
The Columbian / Posted 7 days ago
Richard Hovey of Vancouver fastened his seat belt behind the wheel of Bill Moore’s 2016 Tesla Model X and prepared to back it out of its parking space Sunday afternoon. He appeared surprised. “I didn’t have to start the motor,” Hovey remarked as the... Read more
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The Columbian
Summer’s End Promenade a fashionable look at the past• Also: Saturday is Public Lands Day. Admission is free at all national parks,
Summer’s End Promenade a fashionable look at the past
The Columbian / Posted 7 days ago
• Also: Saturday is Public Lands Day. Admission is free at all national parks, including Fort Vancouver. More than a century of clothing designs will be on display Saturday at Fort Vancouver’s annual Summer’s End Promenade. The session will be from... Read more
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The Columbian
Cleanup on Columbia River Waterfront Renaissance Trailand tents in abandoned camps and removed eight hypodermic needles, said Joe Mor
Cleanup on Columbia River Waterfront Renaissance Trail
The Columbian / Posted 8 days ago
and tents in abandoned camps and removed eight hypodermic needles, said Joe Morse, Centennial Volunteer Ambassador at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. “We still got a lot done, especially considering we didn’t have a ton of people and... Read more
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The Columbian
Former combat pilot to share stories of her experiences• Where: Fort Vancouver Visitor Center, 1501 Evergreen Blvd., Vancouver. Forme
Former combat pilot to share stories of her experiences
The Columbian / Posted 13 days ago
• Where: Fort Vancouver Visitor Center, 1501 Evergreen Blvd., Vancouver. Former Army helicopter pilot Amber Smith, who learned to fly on the family farm near White Salmon, will discuss her combat experiences Friday at Fort Vancouver National... Read more
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The Columbian
Morning Press: McCleary hearing, Highway 99 grant, VSAA alumnicontribute $252,000 from the county’s road fund to support the project. “Oh, T
Morning Press: McCleary hearing, Highway 99 grant, VSAA alumni
The Columbian / Posted 15 days ago
contribute $252,000 from the county’s road fund to support the project. “Oh, The Places You’ll Go!” It’s a tradition at Vancouver School of Arts and Academics to read that Dr. Seuss book to seniors on their last day of school. It’s a way to send... Read more
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The Columbian
Tale of fort almost burning down part of Candlelight & CampfireOn the night of Sept. 26, 1844, the whole familiar history-to-be of Vancouver a
Tale of fort almost burning down part of Candlelight & Campfire
The Columbian / Posted 16 days ago
On the night of Sept. 26, 1844, the whole familiar history-to-be of Vancouver and Clark County nearly went up in smoke. How would this community have grown — what would this community have become — if fire had erased from the map this early, remote... Read more
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The Columbian
21 new citizens proud to call selves Americansand Vietnam. Anastasiya Volkov’s parents brought her to this country from Russ
21 new citizens proud to call selves Americans
The Columbian / Posted 18 days ago
and Vietnam. Anastasiya Volkov’s parents brought her to this country from Russia in 1994, when she was about 2. The Vancouver woman became a U.S. citizen Wednesday during the sixth annual naturalization ceremony at the Fort Vancouver... Read more
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The Columbian
Fort’s ‘Night of the Fire’ recalls wildfire scare• Where: Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, 1001 E. Fifth St., Vancouver.
Fort’s ‘Night of the Fire’ recalls wildfire scare
The Columbian / Posted 19 days ago
• Where: Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, 1001 E. Fifth St., Vancouver. This year’s version of Campfires & Candlelight will represent an even more fiery setting at Fort Vancouver: the night in 1844 when the place almost burned down. The free... Read more
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The Columbian
Historic site, SOLVE aid waterfront cleanupFort Vancouver National Historic Site is working with SOLVE Oregon to provide c
Historic site, SOLVE aid waterfront cleanup
The Columbian / Posted 19 days ago
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site is working with SOLVE Oregon to provide cleanup supplies and trash removal along a popular Columbia River trail on Sept. 17. The project will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at a section of the Waterfront Renaissance... Read more
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The Columbian
Off Beat: There’s still time to contribute to fort’s time capsuleTo mark the recent National Park Service centennial, Fort Vancouver is assembli
Off Beat: There’s still time to contribute to fort’s time capsule
The Columbian / Posted 20 days ago
To mark the recent National Park Service centennial, Fort Vancouver is assembling a time capsule. You might call it a “there’s still time” capsule: People still have an opportunity to submit their comments, even though the local centennial event was... Read more
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USA Today
Go now: Unbeatable end-of-summer travel dealsluck, by September, the new, taller Ferris wheel at Navy Pier will have shorter
Go now: Unbeatable end-of-summer travel deals
USA Today / Posted 24 days ago
luck, by September, the new, taller Ferris wheel at Navy Pier will have shorter lines. September is still high season for Vancouver, but flights remain reasonably priced. Average airfare deals from major U.S. markets to this Canadian city are only... Read more
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The Dalles Chronicle
New citizens celebrate in TDto a part of the world that was very different from where they were before,” Hi
New citizens celebrate in TD
The Dalles Chronicle / Posted 26 days ago
to a part of the world that was very different from where they were before,” Hickman said. “They did this to seek their fortunes, to live a better life, or to just start over in a new place. Many of these settlers were immigrants to the United... Read more
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The Columbian
Off Beat: A good reason for grounding biplane at Pearsonobvious choices are in the air or on the ground, right? Turns out that it wasn’
Off Beat: A good reason for grounding biplane at Pearson
The Columbian / Posted 27 days ago
obvious choices are in the air or on the ground, right? Turns out that it wasn’t much question that officials at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site would elect to keep the World War I-era biplane on the museum floor. “For preservation... Read more
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The Columbian
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site ready to throw a partyMemorials and monuments; reserves and preserves; 16 battlefields and 1600 Penns
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site ready to throw a party
The Columbian / Posted 30 days ago
Memorials and monuments; reserves and preserves; 16 battlefields and 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. They’re all part of the National Park Service, which is celebrating its centennial this week. There are 413 units in the federal agency, listed under 20... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Fort unveils World War I biplanethat British pilots introduced to combat 100 years ago. On Saturday, this DH-4
Fort unveils World War I biplane
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 30 days ago
that British pilots introduced to combat 100 years ago. On Saturday, this DH-4B Liberty will be introduced to visitors to Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. As a National Park Service unit, Fort Vancouver will celebrate the agency's centennial... Read more
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The Columbian
Go, Ideas for your Weekend: Run out for beer, music and parksPanda Burro courses are out-and-back style routes on paved trails at the Salmon
Go, Ideas for your Weekend: Run out for beer, music and parks
The Columbian / Posted 30 days ago
Panda Burro courses are out-and-back style routes on paved trails at the Salmon Creek Regional Park, 1112 N.E. 117th St., Vancouver. Prizes will be awarded to the top finishers in their categories. Registration is $40 to $45, and free for kids... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
After the flames: How a fire started — and who pays for the damagedetectives from the arson unit moved casually through the crowd, asking questio
After the flames: How a fire started — and who pays for the damage
The Globe and Mail / Posted 30 days ago
detectives from the arson unit moved casually through the crowd, asking questions and photographing the onlookers. Forty-five firefighters spent the night knocking down the blaze, and at daybreak the three buildings were blackened... Read more

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