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Ace of Base Retro: 1990 Toyota 4Runner

We covered this one a couple of years ago but it’s being featured again today because just look at it!! Plus, your author happened upon a fantastic example in rural British Columbia just yesterday, causing him to dance excitedly in the snow like a hotwired puppy. Show More Summary

Electrical implant reduces 'invisible' symptoms of man's spinal cord injury

(University of British Columbia) An experimental treatment that sends electrical currents through the spinal cord has improved 'invisible' yet debilitating side effects for a Canadian man with a spinal cord injury.

Dakota Johnson & Jon Hamm Finish Shooting Scenes for Their New Movie!

Dakota Johnson and Jon Hamm are wrapping up their work! The 29-year-old Fifty Shades actress and the 46-year-old Mad Men star were spotted finishing their scenes on Thursday (February 15) in Burnaby, British Columbia. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Dakota Johnson The two actors are working on a new thriller movie called Bad [...]

Climate Denier Tim Ball: Trump Approved, But Not Credible Enough To Stand Accountable For Libel

It was gratifying, today, to see a senior justice of the Supreme Court of British Columbia denounce the professional “climate change sceptic” Dr. Tim Ball as incompetent, inattentive and, perhaps, indifferent to the truth. But it was...Show More Summary

Government Health Authority Orders Hospice to Euthanize Patients

The recent edict by the Fraser Health Authority in British Columbia ordering (non-religious) healthcare facilities to participate in euthanasia (MAiD) including hospices is an infringement on the conscience rights of the medical staff. I believe that: Institutional conscience rights are about the rights of the workers within an institution to not participate in acts that […]

British Columbia Law Institute Financing Litigation Legal Research Project

This is a follow-up to the Library Boy post of October 30, 2017 entitled British Columbia Law Institute Blog Series on Financing Litigation.The British Columbia Law Institute (BCLI) website recently published an article that looks at...Show More Summary

Risk of fatal traffic crash higher during annual 4/20 cannabis celebration

(University of British Columbia) US drivers are more likely to be in a fatal traffic crash during the annual April 20 cannabis celebration. Twenty-five years' worth of data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration shows...Show More Summary

2018 Husqvarna TE 250i And TE 300i Test

Husqvarna’s fuel-injected two-strokes This article was originally published in the October 2017 issue of Dirt Rider. I woke up early at the 1000 Peaks Lodge at the Panorama Mountain Resort in British Columbia, Canada. I put my gear on...Show More Summary

Beautiful Lifelike Hand Carved Sculptures of Animals Who Live on Land, Sky, Sea and In Pure Imagination

last weekHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

A post shared by MK Carving (@mkcarving) on Jul 5, 2016 at 2:51am PDT Woodworking artist Mori Kono of MK Carving and Sculpting in Vancouver, British Columbia, creates absolutely beautifully realistic hand carved sculptures of animals who reside on land, in the sea and/or in the air, although Kono has been known to also tap...

Meet British Columbia's Snow-Shovelling, Beer-Fetching, Vacuuming Dog

last weekHumor / odd : Neatorama

What does your dog do to help around the house? Bark when the mailman comes? Morgan is a 6-year-old Newfoundland who has mastered a variety of useful tasks, including running a snowblower. It's a step up for her, as she was previously clearing snow with a mere shovel. Show More Summary

Evolution -- and skill -- help hefty hummingbirds stay spry

(University of British Columbia) Evolved differences in muscle power and wing size -- along with a touch of skill -- govern hummingbirds' inflight agility, according to new research in the journal Science. As opposed to other winged animals, larger species of hummingbirds are able to adapt to outmaneuver smaller species.

Dairy calves are natural optimists or pessimists, just like us

Some calves are inherently optimistic or pessimistic, just as humans are, a new University of British Columbia study has found.

Dairy calves are natural optimists or pessimists, just like us

(University of British Columbia) Some calves are inherently optimistic or pessimistic, just as humans are, a new University of British Columbia study has found. The study also assessed fearfulness through standard personality tests, and found that fearfulness and pessimism are closely related.

Jacko: Bigfoot or Tall Tale?

It was a story that surfaced in 1884; a story which, if true, suggested something deeply strange was afoot in Yale, British Columbia. On Independence Day 1884, the Colonist newspaper published a story titled: “What is it? A strange creature captured above Yale. A British Columbia Gorilla.” Supposedly, the curious creature had been caught on... Read more »

Disabled Containership MOL Prestige Under Tow Off British Columbia

The disabled containership MOL Prestige is under tow back to Canada after suffering an engine room fire last week that left the ship adrift off British Columbia, Canada. According to an update on Monday from the ship’s owner, an ocean...Show More Summary

"From the Farside" --Long-Lost NASA Spacecraft Rises From the Dead After 13 years of silence

Rick Burley couldn’t believe what he was reading. The email on his computer screen, forwarded by his former colleague Jim Burch, was from someone named Scott Tilley. Tilley, an amateur astronomer in British Columbia, recently had been searching the skies...        

Canada's PM talks tough on NAFTA, repeats he could walk away

NANAIMO, British Columbia (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took a tough line on NAFTA on Friday, repeating that he could walk away if he was not happy with talks to modernize a pact the United States contends needs major changes.

A Gorgeous Timelapse Capturing the Vivid Beauty of British Columbia and Alberta, Canada

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

German filmmaker Florian Nick traveled to North America to explore the vivid landscapes of Canada, where he traveled over 3,400 miles over the course of six weeks. Nine months and 55,000 photographs later, Nick created the gorgeous timelapse short film “ALIVE | Canada 4K“. With 54.000 single photos shot along the way I created ALIVE...

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