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19 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette
A Nisga'a hereditary chief is one of 23 people honoured with the Order of BC, the province's highest form of recognition, at Government House today, July 22. whose Nisga'a name is Sim'oogit Hay'maas, is dedicated to the preservation of traditional arts in carving, cultural feasts, and dance groups He was privileged to have a traditional upbringing ... (more)
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The B.C. government has written directly to about 60 hereditary chiefs of the Gitxsan First Nation, outlining a multimillion-dollar gas-pipeline benefits deal.
A unit of Australia's Woodside Petroleum Ltd. has joined the liquefied natural gas export fray on Canada's West Coast, adding yet another player to a crowded field analysts have said is poised for a shakeout.
Peak season has arrived earlier than usual at Vancouver's port, local authorities say, likely sparked by unsettled labour talks at U.S. west coast ports.
Four Prince Rupert men have been arrested for drug trafficking following a multi-jurisdictional police investigation that detained a total of eight people.
On June 23, 2014, in Prince Rupert Provincial Court, Glen Robert Wesley was found guilty of violations of the Fisheries Act that occurred over a two-month period in the summer of 2010 in the Port Simpson area of northern British Columbia.
The 228-metre Amakusa Island ran aground Monday night in Prince Rupert's outer harbour while it moved to an assigned anchorage from a berth at the Ridley Terminals coal terminal, above.
Pernarowski, who was front and centre in negotiations leading up to the land deal struck this week with business interests from the Chinese economic development zone Qinhuangdao, said there is huge demand for alfalfa for livestock and human consumption in China which is becoming increasingly health-conscious and affluent.
Bill Good, whose voice has been a constant presence in British Columbia for 49 years, is stepping away from the microphone.
Cargo congestion prevails among U.S. and Canadian West Coast ports. Shippers concerned with U.S. West Coast labor negotiations between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and their management have increased cargo throughput to U.S. ports, as well as rerouted freight to Canadian ports.
B.C. is getting smoked for tax losses of about $120 million per year because so many people use illegal tobacco.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 03:52 pm
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