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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
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A Canadian naval vessel had engaged in sonar training just days before a female orca, who might have bred and helped with L pod's recovery, washed up on the coast.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Radical U.S. environmentalists are out to get Canada! And seize the energy, oil, and wood businesses for the U.S.! Or, so a hypocritical government says.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
The latest from news outlets and blogs around the Northwest and beyond, chosen by Crosscut editors.
Oh, Luongo! How can you say that about a Canadian hockey team?
Canada's colorful hockey broadcaster Don Cherry scolds Olympic goalie Roberto Luongo for dissing his former NHL team, the Vancouver Canucks.
Canadian ambassadors predicts water conflicts with U.S.
The Keystone pipeline squabble will "look silly" in comparison to tensions over water.
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