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Cold Lake Sun
Cold Lake one step closer to commercial airlineRecent changes to the rules surrounding airport security screening mean that yo
Cold Lake one step closer to commercial airline
Cold Lake Sun / Posted yesterday
Recent changes to the rules surrounding airport security screening mean that you could soon take a plane from Cold Lake to Calgary then connect anywhere in the world. On July 28, the federal government quietly announced changes rules surrounding... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Bluewater staff talks about municipal rebootBy Jesse Cnockaert, Times-Advocate Staff BLUEWATER — Bluewater municipal staff
Bluewater staff talks about municipal reboot
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 2 days ago
By Jesse Cnockaert, Times-Advocate Staff BLUEWATER — Bluewater municipal staff are wrapping things up today during the final day of a municipal conference in Toronto, where municipal leaders from across the province have gathered to address the... Read more
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News.com.au
Barge tips, cars fall into Canada harbourBreaking News BRITISH Columbia's environment minister says a barge has tippe
Barge tips, cars fall into Canada harbour
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
Breaking News BRITISH Columbia's environment minister says a barge has tipped in Victoria's harbour, dumping as many as 20 vehicles into the water. THE Canadian province's ministry says the barge was being... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Barge tips, cars fall into Canada harbourBritish Columbia's environment minister says a barge has tipped in Victoria's h
Barge tips, cars fall into Canada harbour
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 days ago
British Columbia's environment minister says a barge has tipped in Victoria's harbour, dumping as many as 20 vehicles into the water. The Canadian province's ministry says the barge was being loaded by metal recycling company Schnitzer Steel in an... Read more
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Salon.com
Barge tips, vehicles fall into Victoria harborVICTORIA, British Columbia (AP) — British Columbia’s Ministry of Environment sa
Barge tips, vehicles fall into Victoria harbor
Salon.com / Posted 3 days ago
VICTORIA, British Columbia (AP) — British Columbia’s Ministry of Environment says a barge has tipped in Victoria’s harbor, dumping as many as 20 vehicles into the water. The ministry says the barge was being loaded by metal recycling company... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Vehicles fall into Victoria harbour: Ministry of EnvironmentVICTORIA -- British Columbia's Ministry of Environment says a barge has tipped
Vehicles fall into Victoria harbour: Ministry of Environment
Calgary Sun / Posted 3 days ago
VICTORIA -- British Columbia's Ministry of Environment says a barge has tipped in Victoria's harbour, dumping as many as 20 vehicles into the water. The ministry says the barge was being loaded by metal recycling company Schnitzer Steel in an area... Read more
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Peace Arch News
South Surrey father frustrated over Transport Canada reversalAs a South Surrey couple’s push for small-aircraft safety reforms continues to
South Surrey father frustrated over Transport Canada reversal
Peace Arch News / Posted 4 days ago
As a South Surrey couple’s push for small-aircraft safety reforms continues to gather support, officials with Transport Canada now say a key request for change – for the use of shoulder harnesses to be mandated in older planes – is “not practical or... Read more
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Sicamous Eagle Valley News
CSRD considers restrictions on watercraftIt is the court of last resort, but Columbia Shuswap Regional District director
CSRD considers restrictions on watercraft
Sicamous Eagle Valley News / Posted 4 days ago
It is the court of last resort, but Columbia Shuswap Regional District directors want staff to pursue the subject of high-powered cigar boats on Shuswap and Mara lakes with Transport Canada. The subject was a late agenda item at the board’s Aug. 20... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
COUNCIL NOTEBOOK: Patio, trees, homesStreet eats OK’d for Gord’s A downtown restaurant will be allowed to close dow
COUNCIL NOTEBOOK: Patio, trees, homes
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 4 days ago
Street eats OK’d for Gord’s A downtown restaurant will be allowed to close down part of James Street for two days for a patio during Grape and Wine Festival. Gord’s Place was given the OK for a temporary road closure on Sept. 25 and 26 by city... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
COUNCIL NOTEBOOK: Patio, trees, homesStreet eats OK’d for Gord’s A downtown restaurant will be allowed to close dow
COUNCIL NOTEBOOK: Patio, trees, homes
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 4 days ago
Street eats OK’d for Gord’s A downtown restaurant will be allowed to close down part of James Street for two days for a patio during Grape and Wine Festival. Gord’s Place was given the OK for a temporary road closure on Sept. 25 and 26 by city... Read more
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The Sault Star
Dodds: Passenger train service generating interestA new search to find a third-party operator for the ACR passenger train service
Dodds: Passenger train service generating interest
The Sault Star / Posted 5 days ago
A new search to find a third-party operator for the ACR passenger train service between Sault Ste. Marie and Hearst is generating international interest. Sault Ste. Marie Economic Development Corp. CEO and chair of the working group Tom Dodds said... Read more
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The Coast
My life on welfarei am Helen and i want to thank Dr.otonu for bringing back my ex boyfriend,… I'
My life on welfare
The Coast / Posted 5 days ago
i am Helen and i want to thank Dr.otonu for bringing back my ex boyfriend,… I'm glad the commons seems to have lost its reputation as being a relatively dangerous… Transport Canada will come and take that Drone ane lay a $25,000 fine on you…... Read more
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The Coast
Unionized coffee shops grind out a futurei am Helen and i want to thank Dr.otonu for bringing back my ex boyfriend,… I'
Unionized coffee shops grind out a future
The Coast / Posted 5 days ago
i am Helen and i want to thank Dr.otonu for bringing back my ex boyfriend,… I'm glad the commons seems to have lost its reputation as being a relatively dangerous… Transport Canada will come and take that Drone ane lay a $25,000 fine on you…... Read more
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The Coast
This amazingly cheap gym is one of the city's best-kept secretsi am Helen and i want to thank Dr.otonu for bringing back my ex boyfriend,… I'
This amazingly cheap gym is one of the city's best-kept secrets
The Coast / Posted 5 days ago
i am Helen and i want to thank Dr.otonu for bringing back my ex boyfriend,… I'm glad the commons seems to have lost its reputation as being a relatively dangerous… Transport Canada will come and take that Drone ane lay a $25,000 fine on you…... Read more
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Sicamous Eagle Valley News
Videographer’s passion for the Shuswap takes flightNathan Pawluck has logged about 30 hours flying time over the past five months
Videographer’s passion for the Shuswap takes flight
Sicamous Eagle Valley News / Posted 6 days ago
Nathan Pawluck has logged about 30 hours flying time over the past five months though his feet haven’t left the ground. The Shuswap-based photographer/videographer has been capturing the region in one form or another since he started making films as... Read more
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Salmon Arm Observer
CSRD wants federal helpIt is the court of last resort, but Columbia Shuswap Regional District director
CSRD wants federal help
Salmon Arm Observer / Posted 6 days ago
It is the court of last resort, but Columbia Shuswap Regional District directors want staff to pursue the subject of high-powered cigar boats on Shuswap and Mara lakes with Transport Canada. The subject was a late-agenda item at the board’s Aug. 20... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Track project likely complete in fallRail cars loaded with rail ties and other gear sit on a section of the Canadian
Track project likely complete in fall
Brandon Sun / Posted 6 days ago
Rail cars loaded with rail ties and other gear sit on a section of the Canadian National Railway track near First Street and McTavish Avenue on Monday. The supplies are being used to rebuild sections of track running through the city. Major upgrades... Read more
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Brandon Sun
CN, CP ready to move Prairie grainA combine empties a load of harvested barley into a grain truck just northwest
CN, CP ready to move Prairie grain
Brandon Sun / Posted 6 days ago
A combine empties a load of harvested barley into a grain truck just northwest of Kemnay on a warm Tuesday afternoon. Despite layoffs from the two largest rail providers in Canada earlier this year, representatives from Canadian Pacific Railway and... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Confused driver ends up on runway after wrong turnA disoriented senior took a wrong turn and ended up on the runway at Brandon Mu
Confused driver ends up on runway after wrong turn
Brandon Sun / Posted 7 days ago
A disoriented senior took a wrong turn and ended up on the runway at Brandon Municipal Airport. The elderly woman with British Columbia licence plates entered a restricted area by following a vehicle through an electrically controlled security gate,... Read more
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Castlegar News
RDCK directors welcome Glade, Harrop ferriesTwo Kootenay regional directors are thrilled with the announcement that new fer
RDCK directors welcome Glade, Harrop ferries
Castlegar News / Posted 8 days ago
Two Kootenay regional directors are thrilled with the announcement that new ferries will be constructed for Glade and Harrop, but some residents in their communities continue to pine for the installation of a fixed link. “We’re pretty happy we’re... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Man injured in Grimsby small plane crashA man has been taken to hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries fol
Man injured in Grimsby small plane crash
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 10 days ago
A man has been taken to hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries following a single plane crash into a field in Grimsby. Emergency crews were called to the scene in a field by Kemp Rd. late Saturday morning. David Bale of the Niagara... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Man injured in Grimsby small plane crashA man has been taken to hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries fol
Man injured in Grimsby small plane crash
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 10 days ago
A man has been taken to hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries following a single plane crash into a field in Grimsby. Emergency crews were called to the scene in a field by Kemp Rd. late Saturday morning. David Bale of the Niagara... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Man injured in Grimsby small plane crashA man has been taken to hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries fol
Man injured in Grimsby small plane crash
Welland Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
A man has been taken to hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries following a single plane crash into a field in Grimsby. Emergency crews were called to the scene in a field by Kemp Rd. late Saturday morning. David Bale of the Niagara... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
Aero Club celebrating centennialPitt Meadows civilian pilots will be celebrating a historic anniversary at the
Aero Club celebrating centennial
Maple Ridge News / Posted 10 days ago
Pitt Meadows civilian pilots will be celebrating a historic anniversary at the end of the month, as the Aero Club of B.C. turns 100. “We’ve got quite an amazing history,” said club president Tom Heise. The oldest registered flying club in the... Read more
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Nelson Star
RDCK directors welcome Glade, Harrop ferriesTwo Kootenay regional directors are thrilled with the announcement that new fer
RDCK directors welcome Glade, Harrop ferries
Nelson Star / Posted 11 days ago
Two Kootenay regional directors are thrilled with the announcement that new ferries will be constructed for Glade and Harrop, but some residents in their communities continue to pine for the installation of a fixed link. “We’re pretty happy we’re... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Porter Airlines asks court to block release of safety reportsTORONTO - Porter Airlines, Canada's No. 3 airline, has asked a court to keep Tr
Porter Airlines asks court to block release of safety reports
Calgary Sun / Posted 11 days ago
TORONTO - Porter Airlines, Canada's No. 3 airline, has asked a court to keep Transport Canada from releasing documents that describe its recent safety record under Canada's Access to Information Act, court records show. Reuters had requested the... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Council briefs: Airport runway tender awardedPeter Bros. Construction Limited has been awarded the contract for the Williams
Council briefs: Airport runway tender awarded
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
Peter Bros. Construction Limited has been awarded the contract for the Williams Lake Regional Airport pavement rehabilitation project, covering 6,000 feet of the runway. The tender is for $2,052,210.83. Recently the city had funding approved for the... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Is the public kept in the dark about Canadian air safety issues?The tail of a Porter Airlines Bombardier Q400 turboprop aircraft is seen in Tor
Is the public kept in the dark about Canadian air safety issues?
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 12 days ago
The tail of a Porter Airlines Bombardier Q400 turboprop aircraft is seen in Toronto, in this February 23, 2009 file photo. TORONTO Regulators threatened to ground Canada's Porter Airlines over safety problems in 2008, according to documents reviewed... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Are we kept in the dark about air safety issues?TORONTO - Regulators threatened to ground Canada's Porter Airlines over safety
Are we kept in the dark about air safety issues?
Calgary Sun / Posted 12 days ago
TORONTO - Regulators threatened to ground Canada's Porter Airlines over safety problems in 2008, according to documents reviewed by Reuters, but the matter was kept secret for years - a sign, some critics say, of how little the public is told about... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Porter's past secret problems spark concerns over airline safetyRegulators threatened to ground Canada’s Porter Airlines over safety problems i
Porter's past secret problems spark concerns over airline safety
The Globe and Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Regulators threatened to ground Canada’s Porter Airlines over safety problems in 2008, according to documents reviewed by Reuters, but the matter was kept secret for years - a sign, some critics say, of how little the public is told about the safety... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Is the public kept in the dark about Canadian air safety issues?TORONTO: Regulators threatened to ground Canada's Porter Airlines over safety p
Is the public kept in the dark about Canadian air safety issues?
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 days ago
TORONTO: Regulators threatened to ground Canada's Porter Airlines over safety problems in 2008, according to documents reviewed by Reuters, but the matter was kept secret for years: a sign, some critics say, of how little the public is told about the... Read more
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The Star
Is the public kept in the dark about Canadian air safety issues?TORONTO (Reuters) - Regulators threatened to ground Canada's Porter Airlines ov
Is the public kept in the dark about Canadian air safety issues?
The Star / Posted 12 days ago
TORONTO (Reuters) - Regulators threatened to ground Canada's Porter Airlines over safety problems in 2008, according to documents reviewed by Reuters, but the matter was kept secret for years - a sign, some critics say, of how little the public is... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Is the public kept in the dark about Canadian air safety issues?Regulators threatened to ground Canada’s Porter Airlines over safety problems i
Is the public kept in the dark about Canadian air safety issues?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Regulators threatened to ground Canada’s Porter Airlines over safety problems in 2008, according to documents reviewed by Reuters, but the matter was kept secret for years - a sign, some critics say, of how little the public is told about the safety... Read more
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The Aero-News Network
Canadian Firefighting Aircraft Grounded By Small UAV SightingRCMP Is Still Searching For The Operator Of The Aircraft Eight helicopters and
Canadian Firefighting Aircraft Grounded By Small UAV Sighting
The Aero-News Network / Posted 12 days ago
RCMP Is Still Searching For The Operator Of The Aircraft Eight helicopters and an air tanker engaged in fighting a fire near Oliver, B.C., Canada were grounded Sunday when a small UAV flew over the Testalinden Creek Fire early in the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Toxicology tests reveal high alcohol in pilot of cargo plane that crashed in B.C. mountainsThe B.C. Coroners Service says the pilot of a cargo plane that crashed in mount
Toxicology tests reveal high alcohol in pilot of cargo plane that crashed in B.C. mountains
The Globe and Mail / Posted 12 days ago
The B.C. Coroners Service says the pilot of a cargo plane that crashed in mountains north of Vancouver, killing him and a co-pilot, had a high level of alcohol in his system. The service says toxicology tests found Robert Brandt had a blood-alcohol... Read more
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The Sault Star
New search starts for rail operatorNow's the time for companies that have expressed interest in running passenger
New search starts for rail operator
The Sault Star / Posted 13 days ago
Now's the time for companies that have expressed interest in running passenger rail service between Sault Ste. Marie and Hearst to put their plans in writing for evaluation. Last Friday, the Algoma Central Railway passenger service stakeholders... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Rail crossings focus of testingThe city is conducting road safety testing at all railway crossings in Grande P
Rail crossings focus of testing
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
The city is conducting road safety testing at all railway crossings in Grande Prairie with the goal to improve driver and pedestrian safety at the intersections. In conjunction with CN Rail, the city will test all 18 rail crossings in the... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Future looks bright for drone usageAll unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs, are not created equal. While flying a h
Future looks bright for drone usage
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 14 days ago
All unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs, are not created equal. While flying a hobby store model for fun or filming one’s recreational activities from a unique angle, for example, will continue to grow in popularity, the industrial uses of UAVs have... Read more
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The Sault Star
NDP candidate blasts Tories for ACR cutsCalling his Conservative opponent “glaringly inactive” on issues affecting his
NDP candidate blasts Tories for ACR cuts
The Sault Star / Posted 15 days ago
Calling his Conservative opponent “glaringly inactive” on issues affecting his community, Sault Ste. Marie NDP candidate Skip Morrison said, if he is elected, he is committed to working with local stakeholders to getting ACR passenger rail service... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Firefighting aircraft grounded due to droneEight helicopters and five fixed-wing aircraft fighting both the Testalinden Cr
Firefighting aircraft grounded due to drone
Penticton Western News / Posted 15 days ago
Eight helicopters and five fixed-wing aircraft fighting both the Testalinden Creek and Wilson’s Mountain Road wildfires were grounded due to an unauthorized drone in the area on Sunday, Aug. 16. The aircraft supporting firefighters on the ground... Read more
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Arrow Lakes News
New ferry for Arrow ParkArrow Lakes News As part of B.C.’s 10-year transportation plan, B.C. on the Mo
New ferry for Arrow Park
Arrow Lakes News / Posted 15 days ago
Arrow Lakes News As part of B.C.’s 10-year transportation plan, B.C. on the Move, the renewal of the inland ferry fleet has been identified as a priority and new ferries are planned for Adams Lake, Glade, Harrop and Arrow Park. The Arrow Park Cable... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Long-promised helipad for Fort McMurray hospital mired in delaysThe emergency call came in around 6 a.m. A vehicle had veered off Highway 881,
Long-promised helipad for Fort McMurray hospital mired in delays
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 days ago
The emergency call came in around 6 a.m. A vehicle had veered off Highway 881, rolling several times before coming to a stop near the northern Alberta hamlet of Janvier. The 19-year-old driver was thrown out of the vehicle and severely hurt. An air... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Getting a rush from the airSoaring through the skies wasn’t enough of a thrill for Elizabeth Murphy, bette
Getting a rush from the air
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 16 days ago
Soaring through the skies wasn’t enough of a thrill for Elizabeth Murphy, better known as Lizzy McFly. After being taken on an aerobatic flight, she knew loops, rolls and hammerheads were her future. It’s an excitement she loves sharing with... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Getting a rush from the airSoaring through the skies wasn’t enough of a thrill for Elizabeth Murphy, bette
Getting a rush from the air
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 16 days ago
Soaring through the skies wasn’t enough of a thrill for Elizabeth Murphy, better known as Lizzy McFly. After being taken on an aerobatic flight, she knew loops, rolls and hammerheads were her future. It’s an excitement she loves sharing with... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Getting a rush from the airSoaring through the skies wasn’t enough of a thrill for Elizabeth Murphy, bette
Getting a rush from the air
Welland Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
Soaring through the skies wasn’t enough of a thrill for Elizabeth Murphy, better known as Lizzy McFly. After being taken on an aerobatic flight, she knew loops, rolls and hammerheads were her future. It’s an excitement she loves sharing with... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Rail versus Pipe: new Fraser Institute report says pipelines safer than railCALGARY -- TransCanada is pointing to a new study on how pipeline safety stacks
Rail versus Pipe: new Fraser Institute report says pipelines safer than rail
Calgary Sun / Posted 18 days ago
CALGARY -- TransCanada is pointing to a new study on how pipeline safety stacks up against rail to show why two of its controversial projects should be built. According to the report by the Fraser Institute released Thursday, the rate of incidents... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Two wharf licences go through SRDTwo licensing agreements are have been approved by the Strathcona Regional Dist
Two wharf licences go through SRD
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 18 days ago
Two licensing agreements are have been approved by the Strathcona Regional District (SRD) that will see operations continue at both a fuel transfer station at Port Neville on Johnstone Strait and the Canada Post facility at Surge Narrows on Read... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
EDITORIAL: Future looks bright for drone usageAll unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs, are not created equal. While flying a ho
EDITORIAL: Future looks bright for drone usage
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 19 days ago
All unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs, are not created equal. While flying a hobby store model for fun or filming one’s recreational activities from a unique angle, for example, will continue to grow in popularity, the industrial uses of UAVs have us... Read more
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Zero Hedge
August 13Overnight Media Digest * Vice President Joe Biden this week is sounding out fr
August 13
Zero Hedge / Posted 19 days ago
Overnight Media Digest * Vice President Joe Biden this week is sounding out friends and family about a presidential bid, as some Democrats press him to enter the race and give the party another option in the face of lingering controversies involving... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Shipping oil through pipelines safer than by rail, report saysTransporting oil and gas by rail is more dangerous than moving it by pipeline,
Shipping oil through pipelines safer than by rail, report says
The Globe and Mail / Posted 19 days ago
Transporting oil and gas by rail is more dangerous than moving it by pipeline, a new study has found. Oil shipments by rail are 4 1/2 times more likely to have a spill or incident than those pumped through a pipeline, says a report from the Fraser... Read more
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