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October, 2019

  • 22 October

    Vaughn Palmer: NDP ready to adopt UN resolution on Indigenous rights

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    VICTORIA — The New Democrats are taking the first step this week to reconcile B.C. laws with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, which John Horgan endorsed three years ago. The enabling legislation, scheduled for introduction on Thursday, is patterned after a federal bill that died on …

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  • 22 October

    Cannabis 101 course returns to RRC

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    Learning about the industry could help create jobs By Daniel Halmarson Red River College is bringing back the Cannabis 101 course for another five weeks. After its successful initial run in 2018, following the legalization of marijuana, the course will run from Oct. 29 until Nov. 28 at RRC’s Notre …

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  • 22 October

    The Latest: Election night in Canada

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    OTTAWA — The latest developments on federal election night, Oct. 21, 2019. All times are Eastern Time: 1:45 a.m. Green Leader Elizabeth May says her party will go to Parliament to ensure the Liberal minority government takes real action on climate change before the window of opportunity closes. She vows …

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  • 22 October

    Riding Profile: Cloverdale-Langley City

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    (Kristen Frier) John AldagThe Liberal Party  The incumbent MP for the Cloverdale-Langley City riding, John Aldag, was elected during the 2015 federal election. Aldag has a Master of Business Administration from Royal Roads University and had a 32-year career with Parks Canada. During his term as an MP, he was …

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  • 22 October

    MIL-OSI Translation: Parliamentary elections in Canada

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    Post sponsored by NewzEngine.com MIL OSI Translation. Region: Germany / Germany – Source: Federal Agency for Civic EducationCanada elects a new lower house on 21 October. It is unclear whether Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Party will again win the majority of votes. The Conservatives were able to …

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  • 22 October

    Celebrating small businesses in B.C. as they continue to shine

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    Jobs, Trade and Technology Celebrating small businesses in B.C. as they continue to shine Print Jobs, Trade and Technology British Columbia News Celebrating small businesses in B.C. as they continue to shine https://news.gov.bc.ca/20837 Chinese translation included News You Can Use Victoria Monday, October 21, 2019 10:00 AM News You Can …

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  • 22 October

    rob mclennan’s blog: Resistance: An Anthology of Poetry, edited by…

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    ONE WAY TO KEEP TRACK OF WHO IS TALKING If I change one word, I change history. What did I say today? Do I even remember one word? Writing is oral tradition. You have to practive the word on someone before writing it down. I do not intend to become …

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  • 22 October

    Rojo Resources Ltd. Announces Entering into Arrangement Agreement with…

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    Rojo Resources Ltd. Announces Entering into Arrangement Agreement with Salvation Botanicals Ltd. (via TheNewswire) Vancouver, BC – TheNewswire – October 21 2019 / Rojo Resources Ltd. (“Rojo” or the “Company“) (TSXV: RJ:H) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a definitive arrangement agreement (the “Arrangement Agreement“) dated October …

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  • 22 October

    How the 2019 federal election became a vote for nothing

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    At various times, the election seemed to be about climate change, infrastructure or Indigenous rights. But nothing cohered into a specific ballot question The first drinking straw known to archeology was reusable. True story. It is a glamorous gold thing encrusted in blue lapis lazuli, buried in the tomb of …

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  • 22 October

    How the 2019 federal election became a vote for nothing

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    At various times, the election seemed to be about climate change, infrastructure or Indigenous rights. But nothing cohered into a specific ballot question The first drinking straw known to archeology was reusable. True story. It is a glamorous gold thing encrusted in blue lapis lazuli, buried in the tomb of …

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