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Guest Opinion: Environmental campaigner David Ellis writes about a foray into south central British Columbia to look at a pipeline in south central British Columbia where the Canadian government would like to send Alberta oil on its way to the Pacific.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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Envelope, please: Politicians played heavy hands in the destruction of history across the Northwest, particularly in Seattle and Washington state, during 2012.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
The Coho sails between Port Angeles and Victoria, BC any time of year. Plus, it's easy on your wallet.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
We're rapidly being colonized by the culture and landscape of British Columbia. What's that all a-boot, eh?READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
Canada's western provinces used to be a sleepy extension of our own agricultural inland. Now a boom has Canada looking for faster ways to bring in skilled immigrants to help with all the work.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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Canadian prime minister hid in closet without his security guard
For 15 minutes, he stayed in a closet where aides pushed him as they and members of parliament crafted makeshift weapons.
Canadian capital shooter wanted to go to Syria
Officials said he was on their radar because of his radical connections.
Canadian MPs say sergeant at arms saved them from shooter
A former Mountie, 58-year-old Kevin Vickers, is hailed as a national hero in an apparent terror attack.
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