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Season 6 - by Todd Moen - Catch Magazine

8 hours agoHobbies / Fishing : Moldy Chum

Todd Moen once again has been hard at work in very tough conditions to capture images of fly fishing at its very best in locations such as Argentina's Patagonia region, British Columbia's remote wilderness and Montana's backcountry.Show More Summary

Researchers discover natural resistance gene against spruce budworm

Quebec City, November 21, 2014--Scientists from Université Laval, the University of British Columbia and the University of Oxford have discovered a natural resistance gene against spruce budworm in the white spruce. The breakthrough,...Show More Summary

Food and Wine Pairing: Exploring the Beautiful Wines of British Columbia

Until recently, the wines from our neighbors just north of the border in British Columbia were extremely limited in the Pacific Northwest.

Canadian Police Arrest Protesters Blocking Proposed Path Of Tar Sands Pipeline

The protesters are trying to stop the pipeline, which would carry tar sands crude from Edmonton, Alberta to Burnaby, British Columbia. The post Canadian Police Arrest Protesters Blocking Proposed Path Of Tar Sands Pipeline appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Consolidated Fruit Packers expands Canadian operation

The Star Group’s Consolidated Fruit Packers is planning a packing facility in Osoyoos, British Columbia.

Overview of My Trip to Vancouver

The only photo of Russ and me from the entire trip, from the ferry to Vancouver Island. This month, Russ attended a scientific meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, and I got to tag along as his plucky sidekick. I’ve never been toShow More Summary

Lynden to Provide Barge Service for Tulsequah Mine Project

Lynden Logistics, LLC signed a letter of intent with Chieftain Metals Corp. to provide barge services in support of the construction and production of the Tulsequah Mine in British Columbia.

Drinking age laws have a significant effect on collisions among young drivers

Minimum legal drinking age legislation in Canada can have a major impact on young drivers, according to a new study from the Northern Medical Program at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC). Drivers just older than the legal age had a significant increase in motor vehicle crashes compared to those immediately under the restriction. read more

“Pixar Canada?” – They Terk Our Jerbs! – How Hollywood-Style Tax Incentives Didn’t Work for Vancouver, British Columbia

TweetHere’s Exhibit A how about tax incentives for video productions don’t work: “Disney was drawn to Vancouver by tax incentives, and this closure comes in the wake of British Columbia incentives falling behind those offered by Ontario and Quebec.” So three years of Pixar Canada were subsidized by Canadian taxpayers and then everybody’s laid off from […]

Opposition to the Proposed LNG Project on Lelu Island

Originally published on the ECOreport The Skeena River is the most productive salmon bearing river in British Columbia. Thousands of years before the first European colonists arrived, it was providing First Nations with food. A weekShow More Summary

The First CityPod Composter Has Been Installed in a Canadian University

The University of British Columbia has a new, eco-friendly addition: a 15-foot stainless steel in-vessel composter called the CityPod. Recently installed in the university's new recycling room, the composter takes care of all food waste and compostable

Canada’s Science World museum in Vancouver, British Columbia has...

Canada’s Science World museum in Vancouver, British Columbia has an awesomely clever and educational ad campaign going for which they’ve created billboards, street signs, signs mounted on cars, and even signs on balloons which provide...Show More Summary

The Elite Group Of Forever Stocks That Crush The Market

Last month, we had Dave Forest, one of the Chief Investment Strategists for StreetAuthority, fly all the way from his home base in Vancouver, British Columbia to St. Edward's University in Austin,

21 of the best typefaces from October 2014

Sean Mitchell is an interactive designer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, and the editor of Type Release. Did October bring us all kinds of festive, spooky typefaces? We’ll find out in this month’s roundup of our favorites from last month. Show More Summary

Mandy the Doll

I’ve written about Robert the doll and the Island of Dolls in the past. Today’s entry is about one located in the Quesnel Museum in British Columbia, Canada. Mandy is an antique porcelain doll over... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Selfie-Photobomb Hybrid of the Day: A Canadian Woman and a Squirrel Capture a Flawless Selfie-Photobomb

last weekOdd : The Daily What

Stacey Wallace, 28, from Vancouver, took this amazing selfie at Lightning Lake in British Columbia's Manning Park. "In order to get the selfie I laid on the ground meters away from the squirrel and slowly crawled towards him until I got close enough so that we were both in the shot. Show More Summary

Cliffside Ocean Residence Dramatically Adapted to an Irregular Terrain: Tula House

Tula house is an example of modern architecture blending in a harsh natural surroundings. This bold project was envisioned by Patkau Architects in British Columbia, Canada. Perched 44 feet above the Pacific Ocean on a remote island,Show More Summary

Canadian Students Not Accepted At New, Elite College At The University Of British Columbia

2 weeks agoNews : Jonathan Turley

By Darren Smith, Weekend Contributor A controversy has erupted in academic and student circles over the University of British Columbia’s Vantage College. The college’s campus is under construction and expected to cost the university C$ 127 million but is beginning its enrollment Canadian Citizens are prohibited from enrolling at Vantage College. The college is marketed […]

World’s Tallest Contemporary All-Wood Structure Completed in British Columbia

The project officially opened to the world on October 31, 2014, on budget and on time, showing that wood construction can serve as a functional and reliable option for sustainable building. The WIDC is 51,000 square feet all told, with eight-stories - six

British Columbia May Have a “Trillion Dollar Opportunity” with Geothermal Power

British Columbia may have a "Trillion Dollar Opportunity": over 150 known hot springs, and more than enough geothermal energy to power the province's grid British Columbia May Have a “Trillion Dollar Opportunity” with Geothermal Power...Show More Summary

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