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Surrey family worries about son in St. Maarten after Irma wrecks the island

The Canadian government should be doing more to help medical students stranded on the Caribbean island of St. Maarten after Hurricane Irma, say family members of a Surrey student. 1,031 more words

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Music is more than mere entertainment. Music is more than “sick beats” to pass the time. Music is more than sounds that come through the headphones you plugged into your ears while walking around in public to avoid talking to the people passing by. 767 more words

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Soja lecitin potpomaže održavanje zdravog nivoa masti i zdravu cirkulaciju, a u isto vreme štiti jetru i potpomaže njeno funkcionisanje. Lecitin je od velike važnosti u potpomaganju mentalne svežine, koncentracije i procesa učenja ili borbe protiv mentalnog propadanja, ali u isto vreme se smatra i lipotropnom supstancom (privlači i razlaže masti). 76 more words


National Energy Board says Trans Mountain meets conditions for B.C. terminal

The National Energy Board says the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project has met conditions required for the expansion of the Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby. 294 more words


Daphne Bramham: Natural catastrophes are the new reality — so why aren't we ready?

British Columbians — especially those still displaced by the wildfires or who are on evacuation notice — can readily empathize with Texans suffering in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. 775 more words

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How a murky company with ties to the People's Liberation Army set up shop in B.C.

One evening in downtown Vancouver last November, some of B.C.’s political and business elite rubbed elbows with executives of one of China’s largest state-owned corporations, China Poly Group. 3,662 more words

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Conversations That Matter: Is Omar Khadr a victim or a terrorist?

This week Conversations That Matter features Scott Taylor, a former Canadian Armed Forces commando, former Ansar-al-Islam hostage and the founder of Esprit de Corps Magazine in a discussion about Omar Khadr. 171 more words