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After growing tired of Ontario winters, Barbara Campbell thought she'd moved to the province of eternal springtime. Then the mercury dropped Facts & Arguments is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Comment?
Canada's oat production will drop 13 per cent to 2.976 million metric tonnes after lingering harvest delays. Canada's oat production will drop 13 per cent to 2.976 million metric tonnes after lingering harvest delays. Comment?
Bing Thom, a Vancouver-based architect whose work transformed communities around the world, has died at the age of 75. A statement from his wife Bonnie says Thom was in robust health but died of a brain aneurysm today in a hospital in Hong Kong, where he was born. The statement says his life's work culminated in the Xiqu theatre in Hong Kong, a modern home for Chinese opera. Comment?
Most notably, he designed the Woodward's Building, which merged middle-class market housing with social housing and pretty much single-handedly reinvigorated the once desolate Downtown Eastside. It's now ground zero for Vancouver hipsters. Comment?
Two companies proposing to build what would be U.S. largest oil-by-rail marine terminal along the Columbia River in Washington see it as an opportunity to link domestic crude oil from the Midwest to a West Coast port. Critics, however, see an environmental and safety catastrophe waiting to happen, especially after a train carrying volatile Bakken crude oil derailed and burned on June 3 in Mosier, Ore., just 112 kilometres upriver from the project site in Vancouver, Wash. Comment?
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