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  • BC AdventureSmart encourages chasing waterfalls—safely

    Tips from executive director teach safe practices In her 15 years with the AdventureSmart program, B.C. executive

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  • Australian man, U.S. woman killed in double homicide in northeastern B.C.: RCMP

    Police seek public's help identifying van FORT NELSON, B.C.— Police are appealing for the public's help identifying a

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  • A sustainable developer

    Mark Abma picks me up in a Tesla for the drive to Loggers Lofts, his new downtown Squamish development nearing completion. Ever the Earth-child,

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  • This research project is exploring geothermal potential near Mount Meager

    As Canada looks towards renewable energy, the Garibaldi Geothermal Volcanic Belt might hold a key As Canada looks

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  • Wanderlust embraces change

    Yoga and wellness festival, running Aug. 1 to 4, adds locals' discount for 2019 Heading into their seventh Whistler

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  • Locals launching Squamish produce co-op

    Gillespie's Kelly Ann Woods on using community problem solving After seven years—and two businesses in Squamish—Kelly

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  • West Van puts a price on its natural assets

    After decades of being unpaid and underappreciated, West Vancouver's forests, foreshore and creeks are getting the recognition that comes with being

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  • Squamish is partly bucking regional real estate trend

    While sales have decreased, prices have not seen a parallel decline: real estate broker The latest real estate stats

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  • Madsen second in Quebec

    Sports briefs: Rothwell tops B.C. Amateur Championships at Big Sky; Cruz fifth in Les Gets For the second consecutive

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  • Climate protection is not a partisan issue

    Media and politicians often regard environmentalists as a special interest group with political priorities served by "green" parties. If a Green

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  • Trudeau says Ottawa open to proposals for B.C. refinery as gas prices soar

    Provincial inquiry into gas prices underway VICTORIA— Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Ottawa is open to proposals

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  • Authentic, affordable fare will form foundation of Creekside's new food and beverage offerings

    Developers considering speakeasy, Asian and patio concepts for Franz's Trail Kaori and Ray Zage, owners of the Franz's

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  • RCMP members vote to unionize

    Approximately 120 North Van members among those calling for collective bargaining RCMP members across the country,

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  • Mountain News: New plans for dismantling the 'Berlin Wall' to wildlife

    VAIL PASS, Colo.—In the late 1990s, people concerned about wildlife mortality took to calling Interstate 70 the Berlin Wall to wildlife in Colorado.

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  • Arts Whistler workshops bring art to the lake

    The Alta Lake Station House hosts an array of unique weekend sessions this summer For many creative Whistlerites,

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