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Missoulian
Company that operates Big Sky Resort will require employees to wear helmets while on the mountaintold New Hampshire Public Radio that the new policy now applies to all its reso
Missoulian / Posted 10 minutes ago
told New Hampshire Public Radio that the new policy now applies to all its resorts, which also include Maine's Sunday River and Loon Mountain in New Hampshire. The company also owns resorts in Michigan, Montana, Utah, Washington and British Colum... Read more
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Goderich Signal-Star
Kelly Clarkson ‘sexy and confident’ on new LPMy kids loved it. The adults loved it. "I love Canada. Especially I love Toront
Goderich Signal-Star / Posted 27 minutes ago
My kids loved it. The adults loved it. "I love Canada. Especially I love Toronto, but I am more of a wilderness person, so British Columbia is one of my favourite places on the planet...It's like the one place outside of the U.S. my husband and I... Read more
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New Kerala
Canada a leader in global coalition to accelerate genomic data sharing that will benefit Canadian patients - newkerala news #282565research project led by research teams at McGill University, the Hospital for S
New Kerala / Posted 33 minutes ago
research project led by research teams at McGill University, the Hospital for Sick Children and the University of British Columbia. Today, in the context of the launch of its new 5-year Strategic Plan, GA4GH announced a major shift in its... Read more
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BC Local News
Young conductor to premiere new composition at Celebrate Canada concert Monday in Victoriaas well as high school music directors. The concert features the music of six
BC Local News / Posted 47 minutes ago
as well as high school music directors. The concert features the music of six Canadian composers, with four being from British Columbia. Richardson, who will play trombone, and woodwind specialist Robert Buckley of North Vancouver will sit in... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Young conductor to premiere new composition at Celebrate Canada concert Monday in Victoriaas well as high school music directors. The concert features the music of six
Oak Bay News / Posted an hour ago
as well as high school music directors. The concert features the music of six Canadian composers, with four being from British Columbia. Richardson, who will play trombone, and woodwind specialist Robert Buckley of North Vancouver will sit in... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Young conductor to premiere new composition at Celebrate Canada concert Monday in Victoriaas well as high school music directors. The concert features the music of six
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted an hour ago
as well as high school music directors. The concert features the music of six Canadian composers, with four being from British Columbia. Richardson, who will play trombone, and woodwind specialist Robert Buckley of North Vancouver will sit in... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Young conductor to premiere new composition at Celebrate Canada concert Monday in Victoriaas well as high school music directors. The concert features the music of six
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 2 hours ago
as well as high school music directors. The concert features the music of six Canadian composers, with four being from British Columbia. Richardson, who will play trombone, and woodwind specialist Robert Buckley of North Vancouver will sit in... Read more
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CTV News
Dalhousie student leader under fire for criticizing 'white fragility'said she was subjected to institutionalized racism at a recent meeting. Kati G
CTV News / Posted 2 hours ago
said she was subjected to institutionalized racism at a recent meeting. Kati George-Jim of the T'Sou-ke First Nation in British Columbia, a student representative on the Halifax university's oversight board, raised her concerns in a lengthy... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Sister act tough to beatwas on two lanes of a highway with only a slight incline.” The Multisport Worl
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 2 hours ago
was on two lanes of a highway with only a slight incline.” The Multisport World Championships took place in August in the British Columbia interior. “Weather was perfect,” Oleskiw recalled. “Sunny and warm, but not too hot as races started... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Sister act tough to beatwas on two lanes of a highway with only a slight incline.” The Multisport Worl
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 3 hours ago
was on two lanes of a highway with only a slight incline.” The Multisport World Championships took place in August in the British Columbia interior. “Weather was perfect,” Oleskiw recalled. “Sunny and warm, but not too hot as races started... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Sister act tough to beatwas on two lanes of a highway with only a slight incline.” The Multisport Worl
Welland Tribune / Posted 3 hours ago
was on two lanes of a highway with only a slight incline.” The Multisport World Championships took place in August in the British Columbia interior. “Weather was perfect,” Oleskiw recalled. “Sunny and warm, but not too hot as races started... Read more
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Missoulian
Big Sky Resort employees will now have to wear safety helmets while working on the mountaintold New Hampshire Public Radio that the new policy now applies to all its reso
Missoulian / Posted 3 hours ago
told New Hampshire Public Radio that the new policy now applies to all its resorts, which also include Maine's Sunday River and Loon Mountain in New Hampshire. The company also owns resorts in Michigan, Montana, Utah, Washington and British Colum... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Company to require helmets for ski resort workersSunday River and Loon Mountain in New Hampshire. The company also owns resorts
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 3 hours ago
Sunday River and Loon Mountain in New Hampshire. The company also owns resorts in Michigan, Montana, Utah, Washington and British Columbia. The National Ski Areas Association says the industry in general is moving toward such policies. Copyright... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Company to require helmets for ski resort workersMaine's Sunday River and Loon Mountain in New Hampshire. The company also owns
KECI Missoula / Posted 3 hours ago
Maine's Sunday River and Loon Mountain in New Hampshire. The company also owns resorts in Michigan, Montana, Utah, Washington and British Columbia. The National Ski Areas Association says the industry in general is moving toward such... Read more
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The Northern View
Todd Stone makes his pitchand with his experience as a tech entrepreneur and CEO as well as his ability t
The Northern View / Posted 4 hours ago
and with his experience as a tech entrepreneur and CEO as well as his ability to relate to a broad spectrum of people in British Columbia, he would be the ideal candidate to do so. “I am excited to be up here, to look people in the eyes here in... Read more
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ABC Montana
Company to require helmets for ski resort workersSunday River and Loon Mountain in New Hampshire. The company also owns resorts
ABC Montana / Posted 4 hours ago
Sunday River and Loon Mountain in New Hampshire. The company also owns resorts in Michigan, Montana, Utah, Washington and British Columbia. The National Ski Areas Association says the industry in general is moving toward such policies. Copyright... Read more
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CTV News
Dalhousie student leader under fire for critizing 'white fragility'said she was subjected to institutionalized racism at a recent meeting. Kati G
CTV News / Posted 4 hours ago
said she was subjected to institutionalized racism at a recent meeting. Kati George-Jim of the T'Sou-ke First Nation in British Columbia, a student representative on the Halifax university's oversight board, raised her concerns in a lengthy... Read more
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BC Local News
Outdoor theatre gears up for new seasonWeedy Peetstraw. Written by Peter Anderson and scored by John Millard, Law of
BC Local News / Posted 4 hours ago
Weedy Peetstraw. Written by Peter Anderson and scored by John Millard, Law of the Land is set in a coal mine in early ’80s British Columbia. “It’s really political and loud about resource extraction issues, but it does so in a humorous and... Read more
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BC Local News
Career Fair in Colwood connects all sides of job marketticked up in recent months, it remains among the lowest in the country with 4.5
BC Local News / Posted 4 hours ago
ticked up in recent months, it remains among the lowest in the country with 4.5 per cent in September 2017. That is lower than the unemployment rate across British Columbia, whose rate of 4.9 per cent ranks below the national figure of 6.2 per... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Outdoor theatre gears up for new seasonWeedy Peetstraw. Written by Peter Anderson and scored by John Millard, Law of
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 5 hours ago
Weedy Peetstraw. Written by Peter Anderson and scored by John Millard, Law of the Land is set in a coal mine in early ’80s British Columbia. “It’s really political and loud about resource extraction issues, but it does so in a humorous and... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Oprah Winfrey, celebrities attend ’B.C. Miracle Concert’tournament. Former prime minister Brian Mulroney said he was among those runni
Calgary Sun / Posted 5 hours ago
tournament. Former prime minister Brian Mulroney said he was among those running the bases at Foster’s first fundraiser in British Columbia 30 years ago. “I can’t see myself doing that now,” he said at the gala’s red carpet in Vancouver on... Read more
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Salmon Arm Observer
Outdoor theatre gears up for new seasonWeedy Peetstraw. Written by Peter Anderson and scored by John Millard, Law of
Salmon Arm Observer / Posted 5 hours ago
Weedy Peetstraw. Written by Peter Anderson and scored by John Millard, Law of the Land is set in a coal mine in early ’80s British Columbia. “It’s really political and loud about resource extraction issues, but it does so in a humorous and... Read more
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New Kerala
Arthritis ups risk of lung disease in women - newkerala news #282470while women with the condition see their danger rise by 61 percent. Lead autho
New Kerala / Posted 6 hours ago
while women with the condition see their danger rise by 61 percent. Lead author Dr Diane Lacaille from the University of British Columbia said, "These findings are novel because it has only recently been recognised that inflammation plays a role... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Career Fair in Colwood connects all sides of job marketticked up in recent months, it remains among the lowest in the country with 4.5
Oak Bay News / Posted 6 hours ago
ticked up in recent months, it remains among the lowest in the country with 4.5 per cent in September 2017. That is lower than the unemployment rate across British Columbia, whose rate of 4.9 per cent ranks below the national figure of 6.2 per... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Widely circulated photo of fentanyl pills has an Alberta backstoryof articles that use the image. Its blank background can pair with any fentany
Calgary Sun / Posted 6 hours ago
of articles that use the image. Its blank background can pair with any fentanyl headline in need of illustration, from British Columbia ("Kamloops man on life support after suspected accidental fentanyl overdose") to Quebec ("Synthetic fentanyl... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Career Fair in Colwood connects all sides of job marketticked up in recent months, it remains among the lowest in the country with 4.5
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 7 hours ago
ticked up in recent months, it remains among the lowest in the country with 4.5 per cent in September 2017. That is lower than the unemployment rate across British Columbia, whose rate of 4.9 per cent ranks below the national figure of 6.2 per... Read more
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The Columbian
Other Papers Say: State officials, residents need to get serious about quakesfor seismic safety. For decades geologists and seismologists have pointed to t
The Columbian / Posted 7 hours ago
for seismic safety. For decades geologists and seismologists have pointed to two oceanic tectonic plates extending from British Columbia to Northern California. Scientists have alerted anyone who will listen that pent-up pressure from this... Read more
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CTV News
Oprah headlines star-studded charity gala in B.C.tournament. Former prime minister Brian Mulroney said he was among those runni
CTV News / Posted 8 hours ago
tournament. Former prime minister Brian Mulroney said he was among those running the bases at Foster's first fundraiser in British Columbia 30 years ago. "I can't see myself doing that now," he said at the gala's red carpet in Vancouver on... Read more
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CTV News
Climate change making wildfires more 'extreme': professorCALGARY -- Climate change didn't directly cause major wildfires in Alberta and
CTV News / Posted 9 hours ago
CALGARY -- Climate change didn't directly cause major wildfires in Alberta and British Columbia this year but it did contribute to their extreme nature, says a University of Alberta researcher. B.C. recorded its worst-ever fire season. Wildfires... Read more
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BC Local News
V.I. Raiders win B.C. football championshipThe V.I. Raiders are best on the Island and best in British Columbia. Nanaimo’
BC Local News / Posted 11 hours ago
The V.I. Raiders are best on the Island and best in British Columbia. Nanaimo’s junior team won the B.C. Football Conference championship on Saturday, defeating the Westshore Rebels 21-7 on a rainy night in Victoria. Nanaimo built an 18-7 halftime... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
V.I. Raiders win B.C. football championshipThe V.I. Raiders are best on the Island and best in British Columbia. Nanaimo’
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 12 hours ago
The V.I. Raiders are best on the Island and best in British Columbia. Nanaimo’s junior team won the B.C. Football Conference championship on Saturday, defeating the Westshore Rebels 21-7 on a rainy night in Victoria. Nanaimo built an 18-7 halftime... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Cullens: Don't panic as gardening draws to an endnot a country. It is a province in The Netherlands. And most of our daffodil bu
The Sudbury Star / Posted 15 hours ago
not a country. It is a province in The Netherlands. And most of our daffodil bulbs do not come from there but are grown in British Columbia, a great Canadian export. Now you know. 3. Fertilize your lawn. Readers with a love of their lawn have been... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Libs under fire for 'cooking' Ontario’s bookseverybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be righ
The Sudbury Star / Posted 15 hours ago
everybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be right on the train following them and so will British Columbia,” said Tim Besuchamp, the former director of the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) of Canada. “Anybody... Read more
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BC Local News
UBC medical students learn to care for Indigenous peopleThe University of British Columbia is on mission to train future doctors, denti
BC Local News / Posted 15 hours ago
The University of British Columbia is on mission to train future doctors, dentists and other health-care providers to treat Indigenous patients by learning about the pain inflicted by past Canadian policies. First-year students in midwifery,... Read more
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Goal.com
MLS Talking Points: Plenty still on the line on Decision Dayit is fitting that the Vancouver Whitecaps must go through the Portland Timbers
Goal.com / Posted 16 hours ago
it is fitting that the Vancouver Whitecaps must go through the Portland Timbers to cap off a regular season few outside of British Columbia could have envisioned. The Whitecaps head to Providence Park knowing a win or draw gives them the top seed... Read more
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CBC.ca
New domestic abuse project puts focus on health of victimsis part of a federally funded, nationwide research effort with the University o
CBC.ca / Posted 18 hours ago
is part of a federally funded, nationwide research effort with the University of Western Ontario and the University of British Columbia. It has $3 million in funding total. Starting in July 2018, participants will be paired for six months with... Read more
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BC Local News
Couglin croons Saloon Standards for Sno’uyutth at Dunnet theatrewhere he studied with Bill Linwood. He currently works as the drum instructor a
BC Local News / Posted 20 hours ago
where he studied with Bill Linwood. He currently works as the drum instructor at Vancouver Island University in Nanaimo, British Columbia. Canadian pianist/composer Black has performed professionally since 1980, and has played with many jazz... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
PHOTOS: South Surrey community celebrates Canada 150of the event, the participants ceremonially planted a cedar, birch and maple tr
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 20 hours ago
of the event, the participants ceremonially planted a cedar, birch and maple tree, representing Canada’s First Nations, British Columbia, and Canada respectively. Helping with the plant were members of the Ocean Park Community Association’s... Read more
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Peace Arch News
PHOTOS: South Surrey community celebrates Canada 150of the event, the participants ceremonially planted a cedar, birch and maple tr
Peace Arch News / Posted 20 hours ago
of the event, the participants ceremonially planted a cedar, birch and maple tree, representing Canada’s First Nations, British Columbia, and Canada respectively. Helping with the plant were members of the Ocean Park Community Association’s... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Libs under fire for 'cooking' Ontario’s bookseverybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be righ
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 23 hours ago
everybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be right on the train following them and so will British Columbia,” said Tim Besuchamp, the former director of the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) of Canada. “Anybody... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Libs under fire for 'cooking' Ontario’s bookseverybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be righ
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 23 hours ago
everybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be right on the train following them and so will British Columbia,” said Tim Besuchamp, the former director of the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) of Canada. “Anybody... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Libs under fire for 'cooking' Ontario’s bookseverybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be righ
Sarnia Observer / Posted 23 hours ago
everybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be right on the train following them and so will British Columbia,” said Tim Besuchamp, the former director of the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) of Canada. “Anybody... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Libs under fire for 'cooking' Ontario’s bookseverybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be righ
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 23 hours ago
everybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be right on the train following them and so will British Columbia,” said Tim Besuchamp, the former director of the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) of Canada. “Anybody... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Libs under fire for 'cooking' Ontario’s bookseverybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be righ
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 23 hours ago
everybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be right on the train following them and so will British Columbia,” said Tim Besuchamp, the former director of the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) of Canada. “Anybody... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Libs under fire for 'cooking' Ontario’s bookseverybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be righ
Chatham Daily News / Posted 23 hours ago
everybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be right on the train following them and so will British Columbia,” said Tim Besuchamp, the former director of the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) of Canada. “Anybody... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Libs under fire for 'cooking' Ontario’s bookseverybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be righ
Niagara Falls Review / Posted yesterday
everybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be right on the train following them and so will British Columbia,” said Tim Besuchamp, the former director of the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) of Canada. “Anybody... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Libs under fire for 'cooking' Ontario’s bookseverybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be righ
Welland Tribune / Posted yesterday
everybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be right on the train following them and so will British Columbia,” said Tim Besuchamp, the former director of the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) of Canada. “Anybody... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Libs under fire for 'cooking' Ontario’s bookseverybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be righ
The Brantford Expositor / Posted yesterday
everybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be right on the train following them and so will British Columbia,” said Tim Besuchamp, the former director of the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) of Canada. “Anybody... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Libs under fire for 'cooking' Ontario’s bookseverybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be righ
Northumberland Today / Posted yesterday
everybody thinks that’s okay, then you can bet your booties Quebec will be right on the train following them and so will British Columbia,” said Tim Besuchamp, the former director of the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) of Canada. “Anybody... Read more
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BC Local News
Generations collaborate on BC Composers concertmusic from each province of the country, this November 2017 concert will featur
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
music from each province of the country, this November 2017 concert will feature composers who are born or resident in British Columbia, including pieces by Rudolf Komorous, Sylvia Rickard, Christopher Butterfield, Jocelyn Morlock, and emerging... Read more
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