Work began Tuesday to clear dozens of beaches on the west coast of Vancouver Island of debris and plastics, much of it washed ashore from the 2011 tsunami that swept Japan. 741 more words
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A coordinated marine-debris cleanup described as the largest in Canadian history is underway all along B.C.’s west coast, from the remote wave-tossed beaches of Cape Scott and Haida Gwaii to the tourist-heavy Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. 896 more words
VICTORIA — British Columbia’s government is spending $1.2 million on a massive earthquake drill to prepare for the real thing, which forecasters say has one-in-three odds of hitting the West Coast in the next 50 years. 521 more words
“Hafeez is pushing smoothly. His partner Jamshed is satisfied today.” –Rameez Raja’s commentary and a homosexual mating call.
History frowns upon talkative people. Considering some of the “wise” proverbial statements from yore such as “Empty vessels make loud noise” or “Honey, stop jabbering and go make me a sandwich”, “That black man is talking way too much while picking cotton, time to put him under the whip”, one understands the ordeal this medium of communication has suffered over the years.1,671 more words