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She Who Must Burn is Tied to the Stake at Fantasia: A Preview

5 hours agoGenres / Horror : 28DLA

Provocative director Larry Kent is set to show his indie horror film, She Who Must Burn, at Fantasia (Montreal, QC). The film tackles both sides of abortion, in a bloody fashion. The film was shot in Vancouver, British Columbia. And, She Who Must Burn stars Sarah Smyth (Alien Trespass), Jewel Staite and Andrew Dunbar. Show More Summary

VF Funds New Study: Immune Regulation by IL-6 in Giant Cell Arteritis

The Vasculitis Foundation (VF) is funding a new, one-year study led by principal investigator, Jonathan Choy, Ph.D., from Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia Canada.

Barefoot 5-Year-Old Girl Climbs a 40-Foot Embankment to Save Her Mom and Brother's Lives

A 5-year-old girl from British Columbia, Canada, is being hailed a barefoot hero after saving her mom and brother's lives following a car crash. Lexi Shymanski was in the car with her mom, Angela, and little brother, Peter, when Angela passed out behind the wheel and drove the car off a 40-foot embankment and into a tree. Show More Summary

Aaron Paul Is Stoked for 'BoJack Horseman' Season Three

Aaron Paul rides around on a bicycle while filming scenes for his upcoming movie Come and Find Me on Thursday afternoon (July 30) in British Columbia, Canada. In addition to filming his new flick, the 35-year-old actor will also be once again voicing Todd Chavez on the new season of the animated series BoJack Horseman. [...]

Geoff Downes of YES – Carrying On Without Chris Squire (INTERVIEW)

On Friday, August 7th, legendary Prog Rock band Yes will begin a new tour. Co-headlining with Toto, the tour will hit twenty-six cities, beginning in Connecticut and wrapping up in British Columbia. And although combined these bandsShow More Summary

Major upgrades start at Metro Vancouver’s SkyTrain stations in Canada

Transport operator TransLink and the governments of Canada and British Columbia (BC) have announced the start of upgrades at Metro Vancouver's SkyTrain stations to improve accessibility, capacity, safety and security.

Rustic Canadian Wedding at Van Loon Farms

A delicate blush and ivory color palette added the perfect touch of romance to Julia and Stephen’s British Columbia farm wedding. Van Loon Farms and its vast fields sit just beneath a magnificent range of mountains, providing an extraordinary backdrop for the couple’s outdoor ceremony. Show More Summary

The Morning News: Activists Protest Pipelines in Canada and Shell in Portland, Oh, and, Prepare for Another Heat Wave

5 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Protesters packed into the Canadian consulate yesterday to protest the building of oil and gas pipelines through Northern British Columbia across what they say is sovereign First Nations land. Adam Ziemkowski Have You Heard About the...Show More Summary

Petronas-led Consortium to Start Construction of B.C. LNG terminal Soon

British Columbia's finance minister Michael de Jong said that the construction of Petroliam Nasional Bhd’s (Petronas) $36 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) export

BC taxpayers pay TransLink CEO an extra $14,500 a year NOT to take TransLink to work

British Columbia citizens overwhelmingly voted against a tax hike that would have handed even more millions to TransLink, the big spending government transit system. But now there is a new chapter in the story. Jordan Bateman of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation led the successful grassroots campaign that saw the tax hike defeated in a landslide. He explains what’s going […]

Who’s Up For Some Bebeh Orca Fun?

This young Orca Calf is J50 (named by the Pacific Whale Watch Association,) was spotted swimming with her family in the Salish Sea near British Columbia. Terrific photos by Clint Rivers! (Mashable.) [Note- That’s all for tonight- we’re rolling out the brand new 2016 C.O. Calendars tomorrow morning—stay tuned! Well, go to bed and all, […] Article on Cut-and-Paste Judicial Decisions

In the Cojocaru v. British Columbia Women's Hospital and Health Centre decision (2013 SCC 30, [2013] 2 SCR 357), the Supreme Court of Canada had to decide whether it was OK for a judge to simply copy-and-paste, without attribution, vast...Show More Summary

DC Sports Bog: This Nats fan is on a journey to see 220 games in 183 days

Chuck Booth was at Nationals Park last weekend, watching the Nationals and Dodgers resume their game that was suspended due to a power outage after five innings the night before. The British Columbia native and record-setting baseball traveler is a Nationals fan, but he was rooting for extra innings.Read full article >>

Watch Four Fire Boss Air Tankers Make It Rain In British Columbia

last weekVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Wildfires have been particularly nasty in 2015. Flames turned an LA freeway into a post-apocalyptic wasteland last month, and many other parts of the American west are currently a gigantic conflagration. Fortunately, there are some highly specialized aircraft on call to take down the fires from above. Read more...

This Company Wants To Recycle Carbon Dioxide From The Atmosphere

VideoA pellet reactor helps pull carbon dioxide from the air and turn it into a pure co2 stream inside Carbon Engineering's plant in Squamish, British Columbia. Photo Credit: Carbon Engineering We recycle cans, we recycle clothes, yes, we even recycle bras and old prosthetic limbs. But what if you could recycle some of [...]

Rescuers Keep Beached Orca Alive Until Tide Comes In

A dramatic whale rescue unfolded in British Columbia this week, as rescuers kept alive a stranded orca for eight hours until high tide returned. The female whale likely got stranded on rocks off the coast while chasing a seal, reports the Globe and Mail. Rescuers kept gawkers to a minimum...

This Baby Whale Jumping For Joy Is Totally How We Feel On A Friday

It looks like this delightful whale is living her best life. J50, a 6-month-old baby orca, was playing in the Salish Sea near British Columbia earlier this month. The young whale breached, or leapt into the air, several times, and photographer Clint Rivers happened to capture one spectacular jump on camera. Show More Summary

The Alaska Highway Outside Muncho Lake, British Columbia

Camera NIKON D300S ISO 500 Focal Length 75mm (112mm in 35mm) Aperture f/5 Exposure Time 1/800 The Alaska Highway was originally constructed by the Americans during World War II as a means of creating a way to connect Alaska to the United States so it could be supplied without the risk of ships being sunk […]

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