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British Columbia Ferry Services Appoints New Board Members

British Columbia Ferry Services Inc. has announced that Sarah A. Morgan-Silvester has been elected to the board of directors of British Columbia Ferry Services Inc. effective June 23, 2016.

Swinging Flies – Think 3D!

As many of you are well aware, our Alaska season is in full swing, and in a few short days we’ll be kicking off our season in British Columbia as well. That means we have spey fishing on the mind, and with that, Stuart Foxall presents us with a simple tip on selecting the proper […]

Number Of The Beastly Coincidences, Part 2

Grocery Store | British Columbia, Canada Categories: At The Checkout Religion Tags: Grocery Store "...and you earned 666 points today!" (Read more...) The post Number Of The Beastly Coincidences, Part 2 appeared first on Funny & Stupid Customer Stories - Not Always Right.

University Of British Columbia Fires Director Of Creative Writing School Ove “Breach Of Trust”

“The school says acclaimed writer Steven Galloway was suspended in November of last year while an investigation was completed over what it said were serious allegations of misconduct. Addition complaints were also received after he was suspended and former B.C. Supreme Court justice Mary Ellen Boyd was appointed to conduct an investigation.”

Roadside C-section on a Deer

2 days agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

Sean and Michele Steele of Alberta were on the highway to Prince Rupert, British Columbia, when they saw a truck hit a deer. Sean puled his truck over, and went to pull the deer off the road -and possibly put it out of its misery. He dragged the deer carcass into a ditch. Show More Summary

Mom shares photos of her baby's whooping cough to educate anti-vaxxers about their true victims.

2 days agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

Annie Mae Braiden is a mom in Victoria, British Columbia, who is pleading with parents to get their children vaccinated after her 10-week-old daughter was hospitalized with whooping cough. She posted several pictures on Facebook of her daughter, Isabelle, who has been in the pediatric ICU since she was six weeks old. Show More Summary

Canada’s Fracking Earthquakes Move Legislatures to Act

British Columbia and Alberta are seeing a boom in earthquakes. And it's enough to pressure both governments to call for further investigation.

Is British Columbia Canada's Saving Grace For Craft Beer?

The craft beer industry in North America is booming and the supply of Hops is struggling to meet the ever growing demand. This is especially true in B.C., where locally grown agriculture is experiencing unprecedented growth as the awareness...Show More Summary

Researchers find better way to 'herd' electrons in solar fuel devices

Researchers at the University of British Columbia and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have discovered a new way to optimize electron transfer in semi-conductors used in solar fuel solutions. The finding, published today in Nature Chemistry, could have a big impact on devices that convert sunlight into electricity and fuel. read more

Flooded Canadian towns in gas heartland declare state of emergency

VANCOUVER (Reuters) - Intense flooding has prompted two northern communities in the Canadian province of British Columbia to declare states of emergency, just a month after forest fires prompted evacuations in the region.

Canpotex Shelves Plans for British Columbia Shipping Terminal

Canpotex Ltd, the potash export sales arm for Potash Corp of Saskatchewan, Mosaic Co and Agrium Inc, said on Friday it would not build a planned shipping terminal at Prince Rupert in British Columbia.

Microsoft opens new development center in Vancouver

Microsoft will officially open the doors on its new development center in Vancouver, British Columbia today. The new office is designed to hold 750 employees. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is scheduled to take part in the opening ceremonies. ...

BC: B.C. Transit Projects Injected With $470M From Feds

The federal government has taken a major step in its ambitious infrastructure program by signing a funding agreement with British Columbia to move the first block of cash in its multibillion-dollar plan.

10 Under-the-Radar North American Wine Regions You Need to Visit

While we love Napa and Sonoma, there are many other wine regions to visit without leaving the continent that are just as beautiful. From British Columbia to North Carolina, these less crowded, more adventurous destinations allow you the chance to discover new wines in a more intimate setting, many of which you won’t be able to find back home. Show More Summary

Bika is a sustainable bike rack crafted from pine beetle devastated wood

Over 18 million hectares of British Columbia's forests have been destroyed by the Mountain Pine Beetle, but Killwood's new Bika bike rack is turning this devastated wood into functional design. Naturally marked with exotic bluish-grey...Show More Summary

Genome sequencing helps determine end of tuberculosis outbreak

Using genome sequencing, researchers from the University of British Columbia, along with colleagues at the Imperial College in London, now have the ability to determine when a tuberculosis (TB) outbreak is over. read more

Annoyed Rancher to Lots of Hikers: Google Maps Is Wrong

Canadian rancher Pete Stoner was having a heck of a time getting Google to change its mapping tool to direct people in search of the Fort George Canyon Provincial Park in British Columbia to the trailhead instead of his private property. He says it all started in 2014, when he...

Photos: Bald Eagle Attacking Canada Goose

A British Columbia photographer recently captured something you don’t see every day—a scuffle between a bald eagle and a Canada goose. According to Global News, Lisa Bell was camping at the Spider Lake Springs in British Columbia, when just after 7 a.m., she heard noise coming from a nearby pond. Show More Summary

Cool Boho Beach Wedding Near Vancouver

Today’s real wedding is all about the Canadian West Coast (a place that’s up there on the bucket list!). We’ve said before how special it is when a wedding has a real sense of place about it, and Erin & David’s British Columbia bash was all about local vendors, meaningful nods to their parents, and the […]

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