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View of shore crew which laid salmon traps near Sooke Harbour, B.C

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Phoenix Pioneer

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Devoted to the interests of the Boundary Mining District ; The Phoenix Pioneer was published in Phoenix, in the Kootenay Boundary region of southern British Columbia, and ran from April 1898 to May 1916. The Pioneer was published by the Pioneer Publishing Company, which was managed by W. B. Wilcox (from 1899-1908) and Thomas Alfred Love (from 1908-1911). On August 12th, 1910, the headquarters of the Pioneer burned down, together with a large portion of...

The Ledge

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The Nakusp Ledge was published in Nakusp, in the Central Kootenay region of southeastern British Columbia, from October 1893 to December 1894. The paper was subsequently published as the Ledge both in New Denver, from December 1894 to December 1904, and in Fernie, from January to August 1905. The Ledge was published by Robert Thornton Lowery, a prolific newspaper publisher, editor, and printer who was also widely acclaimed for his skill as a writer. After...

Transitioning to a More Resilient Food System in the British Columbia Lower Mainland by 2040

Genevieve Schmoeker, Sarah Wong & Mark Henry
The British Columbia Lower Mainland’s (BCLM) current food system is heavily dependent on fossil fuels for production, transport, storage, and processing. By reducing its dependence on fossil fuels in these main sectors, the region’s food system can become more resilient1, enabling it to better withstand shocks such as peaking resources. The goal of this project was to: identify which areas of the food system are vulnerable to fossil fuel scarcity, understand the other challenges that...

Portland Canal News

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District of Surrey : Subdivision and Land Use

Greater Vancouver Regional District Planning Department

Nelson Tribune

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OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN ON THE BRITISH WESTERN FRONT

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The New Westminster News

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Old Faithful in eruption

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Photograph depicts Old Faithful erupting

Loading S. S. Lovejoy with newsprint rolls on Puget Sound Wharf 'B'

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Agronomy field trip

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The Ubyssey

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C.O.T.C. reunion banquet to honour Harry T. Logan on his retirement

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UBC Institute of Fisheries Field Record B.C. 63-1019

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C67 Liparis callyodon (27) (entire entry struck through); C64 Myoxocephalus polyacanthocephalus (7) (entire entry struck through); C64 Myoxocephalus niger (2) (entire entry struck through); C64 Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus (1); C63 Hexagrammus octagrammus (2); C63 Hexagrammos superciliosus (37); C64 Myoxocephalus polyacanthocephalus (2); C14 Salvelinus malma (9)

The Hedley Gazette

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The Hedley Gazette and Similkameen Advertiser was published in Hedley, in the Similkameen region of southern British Columbia, and ran from January 1905 to August 1917. The Gazette was published by the Hedley Gazette Printing and Publishing Company, and its longest-serving editor was Ainsley Megraw (1905-1914). The Gazette served the communities of Keremos, Olalla, and Hedley. In 1916, the paper was purchased by James W. Grier, who shortened the title to the Hedley Gazette.

[Letter, Lu Ji Yu to Wing Sang Company, asking help to forward the money to Lu Jin Yu, ca. 1915]

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Opening of Ophthalmology

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Tairiku Nippo The Continental Daily News

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The Nelson Canadian

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Honorary degree recipient Jack Halpern with President David Strangway

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The Mail Herald

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Great Trek celebration parade through downtown Vancouver

Lorie Chortyk

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