Tyee, The (BC, Canada)

2020 Aug 10 - 2:50pm
COVID-19, weeks in a coma and a second chance. A Mission couple’s harrowing — and inspiring — pandemic journey.  
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2020 Aug 10 - 2:30pm
On a recent trip to Manitoba, I scored a rare shot of a mother nursing her cubs. No regrets.  
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2020 Aug 10 - 2:20pm
And a new BC company has just formed to produce it. It’s up to the province now.  Related StoriesWe’re Moving towards a Healthier, More Equitable Society. Don’t Let Progress Stop (in Opinion)
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2020 Aug 10 - 2:10pm
The government says its plans are solid, but many are looking for alternatives to full-time classes.  Related StoriesStudies Probe School Reopenings, but Some Findings Conflict. And More Science Journal News (in News)Risks of New COVID-19 Wave Rising, But Prevention Measures Working (in News)BC Investigates Racist ‘Games’ in ER Rooms, Damage to Indigenous Patients (in News)
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2020 Aug 8 - 5:53am
Tune in Wednesday to hear from one of the smartest minds in journalism today.  Related StoriesOur Downtown Eastside Reporter on Her First Month, and Why Her Beat Matters More than Ever (in Tyee News)Jen St. Denis on Diving Deep into the Downtown Eastside (in Tyee News)Welcome to New York: Geoff Dembicki on Reporting from Ground Zero (in Tyee News)
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2020 Aug 8 - 4:57am
BC approves impact studies and calls for consultation with Wet’suwet’en as work proceeds in contested area.  Related StoriesSecurity Camera Captures Heavily Armed RCMP at Wet’suwet’en Cultural Site (in News)
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2020 Aug 8 - 3:55am
Unlike other industries, BC mine safety isn’t regulated and enforced by WorkSafeBC. That should change, says a major union.  Related StoriesBad News on Site C: Budget, Schedule at Risk (in News)Shining Light on What Makes LGBTQ2S+ Youth Feel Safe in a Community (in News)MSP Changes Leave Migrant Workers and International Students at Risk, Advocates Say (in News)
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2020 Aug 8 - 3:03am
Strathcona Park’s tent city organizers say it provides vital community to unhoused people. Critics say it’s a public health disaster in the making.  Related StoriesIs It Time to Let Visitors Flow through SRO Hotels Again? (in News)Downtown Eastside Residents Still Waiting for Visitors to Be Allowed (in News)
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2020 Aug 7 - 2:50pm
With nine candidates in the race to replace Elizabeth May, members offer sharply varying visions for the party’s future.  
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2020 Aug 7 - 2:20pm
On a quiet spring day 75 years ago, the Green Hill Park blew.  
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2020 Aug 7 - 3:10am
Jen St. Denis was the latest guest on Tyee’s ‘Three Things’ interview series.  Related StoriesJen St. Denis on Diving Deep into the Downtown Eastside (in Tyee News)Introducing Our Downtown Eastside Reporter: Jen St. Denis (in Tyee News)Welcome to New York: Geoff Dembicki on Reporting from Ground Zero (in Tyee News)
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2020 Aug 7 - 2:36am
Four keys to avoiding a ‘generational catastrophe’ worldwide. Is BC there?  Related StoriesThe Pandemic Should Change Education: Nine Ways to Start (in Analysis)
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