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Hot Docs: Life, Animated, Wizard Mode, and KONEL?NE: Our Land Beautiful

4 hours agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

Our Hot Docs weekend picks span intimate portraits of autistic men with rare talents and a look at a remote First Nations territory in British Columbia. At Hot Docs this weekend: Two engaging docs about autistic young men with peculiar talents, and a beautiful travelogue of the Tahltan First Nation’s territory in British Columbia. Show More Summary

Kensington Market is Becoming a Haven for Pot Dispensaries

"I'm so surprised," said no one ever. On a road trip from Florida to San Diego and up the Pacific coast to British Columbia, Chris Cardozo made a pit stop in Venice Beach, California, where he purchased a licence to buy marijuana from dispensaries. Show More Summary

Former Disney Child Star Arrested For Alleged Canadian Bank Robbery

A former Disney child star is now finding fame for a whole new reason. Joey Cramer, who starred in the 1986 film Flight Of The Navigator, was arrested earlier this week after an alleged bank robbery in British Columbia. Yikes! Related: Man Punched In The Face For Looking Too Much Like Shia LaBeouf According to law enforcement, the 42-year-old [...]

Elderly women more likely to be overprescribed prescription drugs: UBC study

Nearly one in three British Columbia women over age 65 received inappropriate prescription medicines in 2013, according to a University of British Columbia study. One in four men of the same age received similar prescriptions. "The effect...Show More Summary

Stickleback fish adapt their vision in the blink of an eye

Stickleback fish are able to adapt their vision to new environments in less than 10,000 years, a blink of the eye in evolutionary terms, according to new research by University of British Columbia biodiversity experts. "This is a very...Show More Summary

The West Coast Electric Fleets Initiatives

Originally published on the ECOreport. It has been nine months since the governments of California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia embarked upon a shared initiative. In a joint press release, group spokesperson Governor Kate...Show More Summary

Telus promises 99% LTE coverage in Ontario and Alberta by end of 2016

Telus has announced that it plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars into its wireless networks in Ontario, British Columbia, and Alberta this year. As part of its staged infrastructure investment rollout across the country, the...Show More Summary

British Columbia Lowers Film & TV Tax Credit

Vancouver is coming off its biggest year ever for film and TV production in 2015, and its provincial government today voted to lower the generous tax incentives that help draw projects to Hollywood North. Effective October 1, the subsidies...Show More Summary

Younging on Traditional Knowledge and Intellectual Property

Dr. Gregory Younging, at the University of British Columbia, has an interesting essay in the Pennsylvania Journal of International Law titled “Traditional Knowledge Exists; Intellectual Property is Invented or Created“. From the introduction:...Show More Summary

GOABC Set to Sponsor Boone and Crockett 29th Big Game Awards

MISSOULA, Mont. – The Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC) joins the growing list of sponsors for one of North America’s The post GOABC Set to Sponsor Boone and Crockett 29th Big Game Awards appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

Neil Patrick Harris Is Unrecognizable in the First Set Pictures of A Series of Unfortunate Events

Filming for Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events has officially begun! The show's star, Neil Patrick Harris, was spotted getting into character on set in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on Monday. Not only did he look completely unrecognizable as Count Olaf, but his costars also donned some pretty fantastic costumes. Show More Summary

The Original Climate Solution

An aerial view of Clayoquot Sound, on the west coast of Vancouver Island in the Canadian province of British Columbia. Photo © Bryan Evans. Just as the world gets to grips with the urgency of limiting global warming to beneath 2°C, the...Show More Summary

The Tree on the Lake in Port Renfrew, Canada

Seventy miles from the port city of Victoria, British Columbia on Vancouver Island, a plucky arboreal wonder can be found on the quiet waters of Fairy Lake. Living up to its name, Fairy Lake is in a remote and unspoiled landscape near the town of Port Renfrew. Show More Summary

A DIY Rustic Wedding at Rockwater Secret Cove Resort

Today, we are so excited to be sharing one of the most rustic wedding venue locations in British Columbia! Rockwater Secret Cove Resort is a waterfront resort, located on the Sunshine Coast. It’s right on the ocean with massive rock cliffs, a forest, and rocky beaches. Show More Summary

Announcing the 2016 American Academy of Neurology Research Program Recipients

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA - The American Academy of Neurology (AAN), the world's largest association of neurologists, is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2016 AAN Research Program. This year's program has awarded nearly $3 million dollars toward neuroscience research and training. Show More Summary

Canadian Court Rules University Can Shut Down Pro-Life Student’s Group’s Free Speech Rights

Pro-life activists at the University of Victoria in Canada have lost a free-speech battle through British Columbia’s highest court on Monday. The decision was not even close. The Times Colonist reports the British Columbia Court of Appeals unanimously rejected arguments by a pro-life student club that insisted the university consider freedom of expression when restricting […]

Vintage Purple Outdoor Wedding in B.C.

Today, we are falling head over heels for Tess and Ed’s stunning outdoor wedding. Nestled within the mountains of British Columbia, this serene lakeside setting is a bit of heaven on earth. Their intimate evening wedding incorporated only their closest friends and family. Show More Summary

A Reading for the Pigou Club

On Yoram Bauman, Carbon Washington, and the success in British Columbia,.

British Columbia’s top court: University had right to ban pro-life demonstration

Now in British Columbia, the Charter 'does not protect free speech on campus,' says lawyer John Carpay.

Old Houses From Canada Find a Home in Washington State

2 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

Houses from British Columbia have been taken by barge and restored in the San Juan Islands to help give struggling families an affordable way to stay.

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