Carl Meyer, Canada’s National Observer, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
U.S. presidential nominee Joe Biden’s comments about the oil industry on Thursday show that he understands the unparalleled global financial realignment happening due to climate change, the president of the Alberta Federation of Labour says.
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By Chehala Leonard, The Discourse, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
Violence against Mi’kmaw lobster fishers sparked national and even international media attention over the past weeks. Images of angry mobs attacking Mi’kmaw Chiefs and fishermen, burning trucks and buildings sparked outrage.
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Canada’s National Observer, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
An innovative approach to forestry is increasing the returns to local economies in a way that goes beyond just focusing on profits. Community forests are a means to keep benefits and decisions around local resources in local hands, said Susan Mulkey, communication manager for the British Columbia Community Forest Association (BCCFA).
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The final count will not be known for another three weeks. However as of 1:58 AM this morning, Elections BC reports that 45.03% of the known electorate voted NDP, 35.41% chose the Liberals and 15.30% the Greens. John Horgan won his majority, NDP candidate Michele Babchuk is our new MLA and the only real surprise was the Green party numbers on Vancouver Island.
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By Hannah Scott, Richmond Sentinel, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
Richmond got caught up in the orange wave that rolled over the province Saturday night.
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