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2014/09/21 12:07
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PORT ALBERNI, B.C. - The actions of an aboriginal tourism operator in British Columbia who gave some travellers access to ancient burial boxes, including revealing the skeletal remains inside, have...
2014/09/21 12:07
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2014/09/19 19:25
2014/09/19 19:25
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BC Hydro is reducing the Puntledge River flow from about 12 cubic metres per second (m3/s) to 8.5 m3/s, or by about one quarter, out of concern for the ongoing and unprecedented dry weather. “The...
2014/09/18 23:21
2014/09/18 23:21
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There are concerns about a proposed hydro generation project for Quesnel Lake and Hen Ingram Lake, Cariboo Regional District director Joan Sorley said at a CRD meeting last week. “Generally the...
2014/09/18 17:19
2014/09/18 17:19
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There are more seasonal threats to B.C. forests than wildfires. This year, cedar trees in the entire Interior Cedar Hemlock Zone, which stretches from the Cariboo south to the U.S. border, have...
2014/09/16 23:19
2014/09/16 23:19
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Two forest fires earlier this week highlight the need for the B.C. government to re-commit to ongoing prevention work, according to the head of a local government preparing to make the case for more...
2014/09/16 01:19
2014/09/16 01:19
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A brush fire on Mount Blinkhorn proved bigger than first expected. Volunteers with the Metchosin fire department began tackling the blaze just after noon on Friday and were quickly faced with a...
2014/09/15 14:59
2014/09/15 14:59
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Vizagapatam Chamber of Commerce and Industry has asked the Government of India to expedite the finalisation of National Chemical Policy to encourage investments. The policy, which has been on drawing...
2014/09/12 00:21
2014/09/12 00:21
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While a total of 2,468 authorizations for the limited hunt entry of moose were distributed for the Cariboo this fall, the hunt has been impacted by the recent Supreme Court of Canada William...
2014/09/11 18:23
2014/09/11 18:23
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Chris Mansbridge Castlegar News This summer was monumental for forest fires in the Kootenays. The southeast corner of the province had a total of 272 fires: 217 of those being lightning strikes and...
2014/09/07 08:34
2014/09/07 08:34
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Cherryville residents are taking a stand against possible logging in a sensitive area. There will be a rally today at 4 p.m. at Hanson Park against B.C. Timber Sales’ plan for a road and logging on...
2014/09/05 21:22
2014/09/05 21:22
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If only the archaic video game chronicling the trials and tribulations of digital frogs crossing traffic infested streets had the help of safety-vest wearing flaggers; there would have been fewer...
2014/09/05 17:19
2014/09/05 17:19
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Fort Nelson works to breathe life back into its forestry sector In response to what the district is calling inaction on the part of the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources, Fort Nelson...
2014/09/03 00:18
2014/09/03 00:18
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Stage-three water restrictions came out last month. No watering lawns, no washing cars, no filling hot tubs. Residents living in even-numbered houses can brush their teeth on days of the week...
2014/08/29 16:56
2014/08/29 16:56
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Multiple fires burning west of Elkford have prompted an area restriction order, effective immediately. No structures or communities are immediately threatened, but access to the East White River...
2014/08/27 23:18
2014/08/27 23:18
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In continuing their scientific work and conservation efforts for the endangered Oregon spotted frogs, last week the Greater Vancouver Zoo released more frogs back into the wild. This is the second...
2014/08/27 17:43
2014/08/27 17:43
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Even while the union budget may not have announced many direct schemes for Gujarat, the state has been a major beneficiary under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first 100 days in office. From approval...
2014/08/26 19:56
2014/08/26 19:56
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The Regional District of the Central Kootenay board is investing over $85,000 to create a four-park management plan. The plan — which includes Balfour Beach, Crescent Valley Beach, Waterloo Eddy and...
2014/08/26 17:10
2014/08/26 17:10
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It’s not as well-known or revered as British Columbia’s spirit bear, but Nanaimo has its own animal attraction. Newcastle Island is one of the only places in B.C. known to have blonde raccoons, a...
2014/08/24 15:42
2014/08/24 15:42
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The Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations is seeking information concerning illegal dumping that took place on Houle Road near Kimberley. Sometime between Aug. 8 and Aug 16.,...
2014/08/23 01:39
2014/08/23 01:39
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Selenium levels in the livers and gonads of fish from Polley and Quesnel lakes have tested above the guidelines for human consumption but the fish are still safe to eat, according to B.C. government...
2014/09/21 12:07
2014/09/21 12:07
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