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Originally published in the Georgia Straight By rob mcmahon Publish Date: 19-Aug-2004 The Gitga’at community of Hartley Bay is located 145 kilometres southeast of Prince Rupert. The school there houses just 55 students from kindergarten to Grade 12. Tiny and remote, with a close relationship with the local Tsimshian band council, Hartley Bay is perfectly […]

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12th International Congress of Ethnobiology -Tofino BC

The Congress opened Sunday evening with a welcome and presentation from the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation.  The hall at the Tin Wis Hotel was filled to standing room only from 7pm until past 10 in the evening. The Congress continues until Friday, May14.  Sessions and themes include Indigenous Forums, panels on food security, and a range […]

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BC government getting ready to massively restructure forest science funding and programs

Rumours have been flying over the state of BC’s Forest Science Program.  Research grant funding was supposed to have been announced March 20th.  However no news has come forward formally. PriceWaterhouseCooper staff had this to say March 30th (PwC administers the FSP reserach program): There’s been a delay in sending notifications out to Full Proposal […]

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