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Feel like royalty in Victoria, Canada

Experience the sights of British Columbia's capital city that will leave you feeling positively royal.        

Victoria, Canada is fit for royalty

British Columbia's capital city is named after Queen Victoria and its stunning sights live up to her name.        

British Columbia Officials to Investigate “Snow and Ice Bombs” that Damaged Cars the Alex Fraser and Port Mann Bridge

CBC News British Columbia reports that the provincial transportation ministry has opened an investigation to determine why its contractors were unable to prevent snow and ice “bombs” from damaging vehicles crossing both the Alex Fraser and Port Mann bridge” on December 5. Show More Summary

New moms moving toward the bottle

(University of British Columbia Okanagan campus) New moms are increasingly using expressed breast milk (either pumped or expressed by hand) instead of directly breastfeeding their babies, according to a UBC study.The study also found...Show More Summary

A Colorful 3D Periodic Table Lamp

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British Columbia, Canada maker and University of Victoria chemistry professor Scott McIndoe (a.k.a. “makendo“) has created a colorful 3D periodic table lamp based on French geologist Alexandre-Émile Béguyer de Chancourtois‘ “Telluric Spiral.” The tutorials are available to view on Instructables. Show More Summary

Salomon TV – The Highway

The Highway from Vancouver to Whistler passes some of the most beautiful and tantalizing mountains in British Columbia. These mountains are called the Tantalus Range and they are only accessible by helicopter. Skiing the Tantalus Range is an adventure that’s on every skier’s hit list – including pro skier Stan Rey. Show More Summary

Notley aims to sell pipeline in B.C. after approval sparks protests

Alberta's premier heads to British Columbia for a two-day visit in an effort to change minds about Trans Mountain The post Notley aims to sell pipeline in B.C. after approval sparks protests appeared first on

Propelling Female Filmmakers: A Recap of the 2016 Whistler Film Festival

The 16th annual Whistler Film Festival, set in British Columbia's popular winter resort, has drawn to a close after five days packed with multiple screenings of 65 films, a full house of filmmaker labs and pitch sessions, parties and power skiing. Show More Summary

Pete Stoopnikoff, Kirkland Lake ‘Whistleblower’ Program Highlight Issue Of Elder Financial Abuse [Opinion]

The CBC is reporting on the alleged loss of the life savings of 92-year-old Slocan Valley, British Columbia resident Pete Stoopnikoff to two of his children, Sam Stoopnik and Anne Filippone, said to have totaled hundreds of thousands of dollars, and the sympathies of a second daughter, Dianna Stoopnikoff. Show More Summary

Stalking Buffalo on “Apex Predator”; Hunting Grizzlies in British Columbia on “MeatEater”; Kicking Off the Rut Hunt on “MCMILLAN” and a Friendly Fan Competition on “Pigman”

DENVER (December 1, 2016) – During the week of December 5–11, Sportsman Channel viewers will have plenty hunting and adventure to enjoy. Remi Warren is disguised as a coyote stalking buffalo on Apex Predator; Steven Rinella searchesShow More Summary

British Columbia’s First Geothermal Power Project Could Be Weeks From Drilling

Borealis plans to build a geothermal industrial park that will initially supply the village of Valemount, in the province's Robson Valley region, with carbon-free heat (substituting for propane gas and diesel). Eventually, GeoPower will...Show More Summary

A traditional Japanese art inspires a futuristic innovation: Brain 'organoids'

(University of British Columbia) The ancient Japanese art of flower arranging was the inspiration for a groundbreaking technique to create tiny 'artificial brains' that could be used to develop personalized cancer treatments.

Robert Allan LTD. Is Awarded 2016 BC Export Award

The Government of British Columbia, the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME), and Business in Vancouver magazine have presented the 2016 BC Export Award for Professional Services to Robert Allan Ltd., naval architects of Vancouver BC. Show More Summary

Seafood consumption 15 times higher among Indigenous than non-Indigenous people

Coastal Indigenous people eat on average 15 times more seafood per person than non-Indigenous people in the same country, according to new research from the University of British Columbia. The findings highlight the need to consider food sovereignty and cultural identity as part of fisheries policy and Indigenous human rights.

"People would understand if this were a proposal that would destroy the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem or the Temple Mount."

Said the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association lawyer about the proposal to build a ski resort in the place the Ktuxana Nation call "Qat'muk" — "where the Grizzly Bear Spirit was born, goes to heal itself, and returns to the spirit...Show More Summary

What Happened To This Cult Leader's Lost Treasure?

The small town of Nanaimo, British Columbia, sits quietly on the edge of Vancouver Island, just a short ferry ride from the mainland. A trip to the local museum mostly shows off fun local events, like its annual bathtub boat races, and the town’s history of involvement in the coal and logging industries. Show More Summary

I Had an Interesting French Artist to See Me This Summer: Emily Carr and Wolfgang Paalen in British Columbia

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Poet and curator Colin Browne uncovers the art historical significance of painters Emily Carr and Wolfgang Paalen, and the time they spent together in British Columbia in the 1930s and 40s.

Nicolas Cage to fight crime in global warming thriller The Humanity Bureau

Nicolas Cage is embarking on his next crazy journey to the silver screen in THE HUMANITY BUREAU, a global warming sci-fi thriller that will commence production this week in British Columbia. The flick will be directed by Rob W. King (Mocassin Flats, SOMETHING MORE) from a script by Dave Schultz (JET BOY). Show More Summary

Nicolas Cage To Star In Sci-Fi Action Pic ‘The Humanity Bureau’

Nicolas Cage has been set to star in The Humanity Bureau, an action/sci-fi film to be directed by Rob King (Something More) from a script by Dave Schultz. Shooting is set to begin this week in British Columbia. Minds Eye Entertainment...Show More Summary

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