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before the Christian era

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As a former chair of both the North Shore Chamber of Commerce and the B.C. Chamber of Commerce, as well as a former small business owner, I truly understand and appreciate how our chambers of commerce support and stimulate local economies and help create vibrant communities throughout the province.
The opening and expansion of markets for British Columbia's goods and services, particularly in Asia, and the attraction of investment to grow B.C.'s priority sectors is a key pillar of the BC Jobs Plan.
After 27 years, the Kamloops Women's Resource Centre closed on November 1, 2006, the latest victim of B.C. Liberal government cuts.
Vancouver -- Canadian bishops are warning against a deal struck between the B.C. provincial government and a pair of 'married' gay activists to make public school course content more friendly to the 'queer perspective.' Peter and Murray Corren, who represent Gay and Lesbian Educators of B.C., had alleged systemic sexual discrimination in the British Columbia education system, in a 1999 complaint which reached the B.C.
EGYPT, 3200-3000 B.C. Early Egyptians used hieroglyphics, a system of pictorial writing.
At the start of the 5th century B.C., every citizen in Athens could vote as a member of the Assembly.
Prince George, B.C.: David Belair Development Society.
Researchers excavating the ruins of an ancient pyramid in northeastern Guatemala have discovered examples of the earliest known Maya writing, produced between 300 B.C. and 200 B.C.
When the British Columbia (B.C.) government decided to outsource the processing of Canadians' medical claims previously processed by B.C.
John the Divine church in Yale, B.C., to vacuum more than 100 aging liturgical textiles stored away in the damp vestry.
The B.C. association promotes British Columbia forestry products around the world at events, constructs seminars, trains workers and explores and funds research and development areas.
* Outdoor Recreation Council of B.C. (604-737-3058; e-mail: orc@intergate.ca; www.orcbc.ca), Suite 334-1367 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC, V6H 4A9.
BLACK THURSDAY, as January 17 was quickly dubbed here in B.C., was far more than an avalanche of budget cuts.