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This review of a study examining the dietary habits and lifestyle choices of British Columbian vegetarians was written by Melissa Wong, VRG Dietetic Intern.
THE BRITISH Columbian government may halt imports of American wine to the province in retaliation for US restrictions on softwood lumber according B.
The proposed coal-mining development along Glacier's north edge at Cabin Creek, a tributary of North Fork of the Flathead River, halted in late May when Richard Neufeld, the British Columbian Minister of Energy and Mines, announced open-pit coal mines would not be allowed and that the area would be spared from future development.
John Douglas Belshaw, Colonization and Community: The Vancouver Island Coalfield and the Making of the British Columbian Working Class (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2002)
As a result of the Tees Valley's presence at the Symposium, a high level delegation from Canada, led by the British Columbian Minister for Energy and Mines, visited the area.
Dr Band and his colleagues, whose findings are published in The Lancet, compared more than 600 premenopausal and 1400 postmenopausal British Columbian women with and without breast cancer in terms of their history of smoking, taking into account risk factors such as HRT.
By targeting the company through a series of high-profile direct actions around the world to dissuade customers from buying timber from British Columbian temperate rainforests, Greenpeace brought about a significant victory.
Blackwell, a British Columbian animal trapper who is in charge of the lynx relocation effort.
75 billion in damages from the federal and British Columbian governments, alleging that its rights to export water from western Canada by supertanker have been violated under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
The works ranged from an exploration of movement and its relationships with gravity to an evocative rendering of British Columbian art.
Jack, a native of Canada, was a private veterinarian at British Columbian racetracks for 20 years and was president of the World Equine Association and the American Association of Equine Practitioners.
According to Liddle, if the British Columbian model is adopted by the provincial government, the change would not be as drastic because independent brokers would still sell the policies.
A new online poll issued by Angus Reid found British Columbian public opinion more opposed to the Enbridge pipeline than in favour: 40 per cent versus 38 per cent, with the rest undecided.
80 plus watercolors by native British Columbian artist Carol Evans are introduced by a short essay that focuses on her love of water and its special lights: the flash of brilliance, the reflected glow, the soft haze, the piercing pure sun that lights pebbles at the water's edge.
I enjoyed the comparisons of each epoch or wave of new influences on Canada's evolution to the transformation masks invented by the British Columbian Haida tribes.
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