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The path forward

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With warm weather finally upon us, and summer just around the corner, Manitoba’s beautiful parks and natural landscapes beckon. Landmarks Click to Expand On the occasion of its 50th anniversary, HTFC Planning & Design is hosting a series of conversations about the landmark plans and places that have shaped our …

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…U.S. waterways, parks and…

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Washington, D.C. — In an unprecedented and bipartisan effort, all eight U.S. senators from the four U.S. states bordering B.C. — Alaska, Montana, Washington and Idaho — are urging British Columbia Premier John Horgan to recognize that contamination from upstream B.C. mining in shared U.S./Canada rivers threatens American businesses, citizens …

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Invest In Bc Lower Mainland | Southwest

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BCBusiness in partnership with BCEDA Finding Balance The boom may be over, but the immigrants, multinational companies and health investments keep coming With three-fifths of British Columbia’s population and an even greater share of provincial economic output, the Lower Mainland is typically the first place companies and individuals look when …

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…socio-demographic chaos | Canada

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Chaos theory tells us that it’s impossible to predict the exact future based on past performance and even more difficult when there are many “wild cards” or moving parts in the equation. Hence the difficulty in predicting precise weather patterns, as any meteorologist will tell you. The political weather in …

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