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The Avian Flu: The Low-Down for the New Year

British Columbia, Canada, Washington state and now Oregon -- it's been a breathtaking few weeks for the ag industry, as it wrestles with the implications of avian flu infections. Here's our short overview of what's happened this month and what it may mean for the poultry industry – and the consumer – next year.

Watch Brett Rheeder Freestyle Mountain Bike in “Horsepower”

Teaming up with Mind Spark Cinema, professional rider Brett Rheeder brings you his latest video, “Horsepower.” Shot in the small community of Cherry Creek, within the interior region of British Columbia, Brett Rheeder makes his stake on… The post Watch Brett Rheeder Freestyle Mountain Bike in “Horsepower” appeared first on Highsnobiety.

Canada's First Christian Law School Sues Over Denial of Accreditation Due to Student Code of Conduct

Trinity Western University Press Release, TWU Challenges BC Law Society in Court: Trinity Western University announced today that it will commence legal proceedings to challenge the Law Society of British Columbia’s (LSBC) October 31st decision to reverse its earlier recognition of TWU School of Law graduates. Both the Law Society...

Why a Scientist Willingly Suffered 180K Bedbug Bites

If, someday, bedbugs are no longer a cause for concern, remember to thank Regine Gries. She's a biologist in British Columbia who was willing to tolerate 180,000 bites as a host for the creatures so that her team could study them. "I calmed myself down thinking when human beings...

Horsepower

In this short, beautifully shot action film from Mind Spark Cinema, slopestyle mountain biker Brett Rheeder performs brilliant flips and tricks on a course set amongst the idyllic setting of Cherry Creek in British Columbia, Canada.

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4 days agoArts : Art21 Blog

Ai Weiwei’s commissioned project for the Vancouver Biennale (British Columbia) was recently unveiled in Harbour Green Park. F Grass is composed of 1,328 tufts of iron that form the letter F, which can only …

The Days I Don't

I'm sitting in a hotel room in British Columbia while an airplane my company wants in Alberta sits on the ramp at the local airport. It's a nice airplane, but some of the equipment that required for dispatch into "known ice" has been...Show More Summary

BC Transit Launches Mobile Friendly Website

BC Transit launched its new and improved website Dec. 18, to give its 1.6 million customers in 130 communities across British Columbia easier and convenient access to online transit information.

Site C dam approved by B.C. government

British Columbia did not get the memo that the era of giant dam building is over. B.C. has approved the $8.8 billion Site C dam — a massive hydroelectric project that would flood a large area of the Peace River Valley in northeastern...Show More Summary

Our First Visit to Tofino and the Pacific Sands Resort

British Columbia is a truly spectacular part of Canada. And my new found location-love is Tofino — located just at the tip of the Esowista Peninsula, on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Over the years, friends had constantly gushed about Tofino and how beautiful and serene it was. Show More Summary

20 of the best typefaces released in November 2014

Sean Mitchell is an interactive designer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, and the editor of Type Release. November brought us a month of diverse typefaces, from modern to classic, san-serif to serif, lightweight to heavy. Here’s our picks from the past month. Show More Summary

Brickbat: Jesus Christ

last weekNews : Reason

British Columbia Minister of Advanced Education Amrik Virk has revoked his consent for Trinity Western University, a Christian college, to open a law school. Virk cited the fact that law societies in British Columbia and other Canadian...Show More Summary

Sea Serpents, Monsters, and Myths

Adam McGirr of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club talks Cadborosaurus, Cameron Lake, Ogopogo, Giant Salamanders and a bit of Sasquatch.

A Good Question

This published a month ago at Just a Thought, the blog of author and church planter Rick Apperson in British Columbia, Canada. I thought readers here might appreciate this; click the title below to read at source. A Good Question “What does that teach you about God, Daddy?” This is the question my son has […]

Five Great Canadian Outdoor Adventures for the Active Boomer

TEXT Canada has an incredible number of outdoor adventures. As you’d expect, there’s everything from easy to epic for the active boomer. Here’s a sampling of what you can do. Cycle the Gulf Islands in British Columbia If island hopping by ferry with your bike has appeal then you’ll love the Gulf Islands. For at […]

British Columbia Vetoes Approval of Anti-gay Trinity Western Law School

last weekLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

British Columbia has revoked its approval of a Christian university's plan to open a law school following stiff resistance from LGBT-supportive lawyers who objected to the school's covenant against homosexuality that students and faculty are required to sign. Said TWU...

David & Bethany's Abode in the Woods — House Tour

Name: David, Guitarist of Vancouver band We Are the City; Bethany, co-creator of Treasures and Travels and personal blogger at this ones for you; with baby Poppy Darling (10 Months) and pup Sid Location: White Rock, British Columbia,...Show More Summary

SOME STUFFS: Sprïng devote winter to a west coast tour

When I hear “East Vancouver”, I’m thinking “the Washington State town next to Camas, or up in British Columbia?” For the guys in Sprïng, East Vancouver refers to Canada, and they’ll be coming down into the U.S. for a brief tour in January in support of their album Celebrations. They’ll be up and down the […]

Study reveals how many times you should be checking email daily to reduce stress

Checking email may be an addictive habit, but not surprisingly, researchers say the more you refresh your inbox, the more stressed you'll become. According to a study out of the University of British Columbia, there's a cap on the number...Show More Summary

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