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Today, farmers are no longer restrained by words prohibiting “the destruction or disturbance of habitat.”
Connecting infrastructure will allow fish to move back and forth between waterways
It's no longer a case of getting out the chainsaw to keep yard orderly
'We believe in compassionate communities.'
Everyone needs a place and a need to contribute and useful
'These kids can’t access our food bank or shelters because of age restrictions.'
If we give the fish a place to live, we can have a better place for man to live – Romeo LeBlanc, minister of fisheries, 1977.
Anytime you can have the ear of someone with the pen, it’s a good thing. – Zo Ann Morten, Pacific Stream Keepers.
Jack Emberly talks about the Department of Fisheries and Oceans recent approval of an alteration of a productive salmon stream.
Ministry removes receptacles at truck rest and weigh station west of Albion on Lougheed Highway.
When I told him about the ingenuity of a rancher in the Cariboo, he had a tale his dad told him.
The pros and cons of human ingenuity and the stories it has inspired.
ICBC ranks the Lougheed Hwy. and Haney Bypass (both provincial jurisdiction) among B.C.’s 12 deadliest roadways.
Adventure, and larger-than-life characters have attracted thousands here.
For a wedding present, Uncle Cuthbert bought Mary the car of her dreams.
McKechnie floodgate guards adjacent farmland against flooding.
Modern gates that open with tides like one at Spencer Creek in Maple Ridge are replacing unfriendly ones.
Big Buddy seemed upset and confused when he called the first time.
Bear mothers are loving teachers of their young cubs
Next meeting of new task force will give fledgling group a name.