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The Tyee
Workers Must Unite to Fight Global Power, Wealth: Leo Gerardbehind such investment pacts have globalized their operations, Gerard said, lab
Workers Must Unite to Fight Global Power, Wealth: Leo Gerard
The Tyee / Posted yesterday
behind such investment pacts have globalized their operations, Gerard said, labour movements "need a position in global society." To begin to accomplish that, Gerard has been forging ties with unions in Australia, Mexico, Brazil and the U.K.,... Read more
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BC Local News
EVENTS GUIDE for May 5 and beyond (Surrey, North Delta140th St., Surrey. Tickets $20 adults, $10 Child (12 and under). “Universal Gos
EVENTS GUIDE for May 5 and beyond (Surrey, North Delta
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
140th St., Surrey. Tickets $20 adults, $10 Child (12 and under). “Universal Gospel Choir is a 100 member, community-based Vancouver choir. A group of singers passionate about raising the roof with all genres of music. This choir event is in... Read more
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BC Local News
Water restrictions start on May 15Water conservation efforts are starting earlier and will last longer in the Tow
Water restrictions start on May 15
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
Water conservation efforts are starting earlier and will last longer in the Township of Langley and throughout Metro Vancouver to help cope with what could be another long, hot summer. Stage 1 Water Restrictions will go into effect a month sooner... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Water restrictions start on May 15Water conservation efforts are starting earlier and will last longer in the Tow
Water restrictions start on May 15
Aldergrove Star / Posted 2 days ago
Water conservation efforts are starting earlier and will last longer in the Township of Langley and throughout Metro Vancouver to help cope with what could be another long, hot summer. Stage 1 Water Restrictions will go into effect a month sooner... Read more
4 related stories
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BC Local News
Author inspiring readers to connect with wildernessSaturday. But the avid environmentalist and published author didn’t start advoc
Author inspiring readers to connect with wilderness
BC Local News / Posted 7 days ago
Saturday. But the avid environmentalist and published author didn’t start advocating for the environment until he moved to Vancouver in 2001 after 30 years in Saskatchewan. It was there, spending time surrounded by the pristine scenery around Lynn... Read more
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National Post
Story | Business Wire News Releases | News | Financial PostVANCOUVER, British Columbia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Protecting the land in British Co
Story | Business Wire News Releases | News | Financial Post
National Post / Posted 13 days ago
VANCOUVER, British Columbia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Protecting the land in British Columbia has been the labour of a generation, and the province has now reached a point where its record is second to none. "It won’t happen. And it shouldn’t... Read more
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Business Wire
The Natural Resource Economy Raises Our Standard of Living, and on Earth Day That’s Something to CelebrateVANCOUVER, British Columbia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Protecting the land in British Co
The Natural Resource Economy Raises Our Standard of Living, and on Earth Day That’s Something to Celebrate
Business Wire / Posted 13 days ago
VANCOUVER, British Columbia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Protecting the land in British Columbia has been the labour of a generation, and the province has now reached a point where its record is second to none. "It won’t happen. And it shouldn’t... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Grant will provide homes for some residents of Vancouver’s Quality InnVancouver city council has approved a grant to a non-profit agency to house a s
Grant will provide homes for some residents of Vancouver’s Quality Inn
The Globe and Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Vancouver city council has approved a grant to a non-profit agency to house a small portion of low-income residents who live in a downtown hotel slated for demolition, leaving more than 100 people still waiting to learn what will happen to them in... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
The terror of swatting: how the law is tracking down high-tech prank callersObnoxious was a minor living in Coquitlam, British Columbia. When Finley called
The terror of swatting: how the law is tracking down high-tech prank callers
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 21 days ago
Obnoxious was a minor living in Coquitlam, British Columbia. When Finley called the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in Vancouver, they knew exactly whom Finley was talking about – the youth was already on probation for similar crimes. With the... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Lace up and help end MSMS Walk May 14, you’re making a difference. With a goal of $145,000, the annua
Lace up and help end MS
Oak Bay News / Posted 27 days ago
MS Walk May 14, you’re making a difference. With a goal of $145,000, the annual walk is a major fundraiser for the MS Society of South & Central Vancouver Island, supporting both local programs and research. After many years at Willows beach,... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Harm reduction at heart of Ithaca Planthe Ithaca office. Needle exchanges began illegally and underground, similar t
Harm reduction at heart of Ithaca Plan
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
the Ithaca office. Needle exchanges began illegally and underground, similar to how supervised injection sites started in Vancouver, but started legally popping up in the U.S. on the West Coast and New York City in the late 1980s and early... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
THURSDAY SPOTLIGHT: Local focus on World Water DayNanaimo (RDN) Drinking Water and Watershed Protection. She points out that des
THURSDAY SPOTLIGHT: Local focus on World Water Day
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 1 months ago
Nanaimo (RDN) Drinking Water and Watershed Protection. She points out that despite its apparent abundance, “it is a finite resource that we have to better protect so it will last well into the future.” While conditions this year are considerably... Read more
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BC Local News
THURSDAY SPOTLIGHT: Local focus on World Water DayNanaimo (RDN) Drinking Water and Watershed Protection. She points out that des
THURSDAY SPOTLIGHT: Local focus on World Water Day
BC Local News / Posted 1 months ago
Nanaimo (RDN) Drinking Water and Watershed Protection. She points out that despite its apparent abundance, “it is a finite resource that we have to better protect so it will last well into the future.” While conditions this year are considerably... Read more
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The Columbian
A brush with Clark County historyto Olympic gold or an actual walking trail. Couture’s challenge is an empty ca
A brush with Clark County history
The Columbian / Posted 1 months ago
to Olympic gold or an actual walking trail. Couture’s challenge is an empty canvas: 36 of them, to be precise. But the Vancouver artist has plenty of inspiration as she fills in those blanks. Couture is painting portraits of some of the women... Read more

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