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Refuge Notebook: Rutting moose and the social significance of antlers

...know about the evolution and social significance of moose antlers is based on studies by the late Anthony "Tony" Bubenik, a Canadian research scientist and once a world renowned authority on horns and antlers. He once studied rutting moose on the Kenai Peninsula...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-12-25/refuge-notebook-rutting-moose-and
Opinion
Rich Lowry: Obama's Cuban olive branch

...the Pentagon owned the Marriott and Hilton hotel chains. That is the Cuban tourism industry in a nutshell.About a million Canadian tourists go to Cuba every year. In total, more than 2 million tourists visit annually, and yet the Castro regime is still...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-12-21/rich-lowry-obamas-cuban-olive-bra
Opinion
Pigskin Pick'em: Some NFL teams not feeling the holiday cheer

...hibernation since the hiring of Captain Canada Marc Trestman as Head Coach. Trestman must be yearning for his glory days in the Canadian Football League. It's hard to understand why Detroit's offense has struggled so mightily despite a plethora of talent...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2014-12-17/pigskin-pickem-some-nfl-teams-not-
Sports

NEW YORK (AP) - A Canadian antiques dealer swept up in a U.S. crackdown on illegal trafficking in rhinoceros horns has pleaded guilty in New York to a...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/2014-11-25
Canadian company eyes new mine in Alaska

KETCHIKAN (AP) - A Canadian company is moving forward with plans for a new rare-earth metals mine at the end of Kendrick Bay on Prince of Wales Island...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-08-24/canadian-company-eyes-new-mine-in-al
News
Alaska, B.C. cooperate quietly on transboundary issues

...and play" model in discussions with Canadian officials about British Columbia mines...in Anchorage.Federal and provincial Canadian agencies easily fit in to the system...by experts from British Columbia, the Canadian government, the State of Alaska and...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-11-19/alaska-bc-cooperate-quietly-on-trans
News
Another year of halibut quota cuts on the table

...catch limit set by the six-member commission of U.S. and Canadian members. Pacific halibut harvests are set under a treaty between...commercial halibut from over 32 inches to over 30 inches. Canadian Commissioner David Boyes said that could be a "valuable step...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-12-02/another-year-of-halibut-quota-cuts-o
News
I lived the 'Rise of America'

...during the Korean War. With a wonderful wife we had the pleasure of being able to camp in every state in the lower 48 and 6 Canadian provinces. Most of my life was spent working in chemical fertilizer plants and I had to quit because of health but never drew...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2014-11-28/i-lived-the-rise-of-ameri
Letters
Refuge Notebook: Birders flock after 'fowl' weather events

...crew from Anchorage was quite fruitful. They found what appeared to be a first year "Kumlien's" Gull which breeds in the Canadian arctic. Then, in a residential area, they photographed a White-throated Sparrow. White-throated Sparrows breed throughout...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2014-11-20/refuge-notebook-birders-flock-af
Outdoors
What others say: Statements hurt Obama's image around the world

...Keystone incorrect - the Washington Post fact-checker gave it three Pinocchios - the statement was offensively dismissive of Canadian interests, and economically illiterate to boot. "Sometimes we wonder if President Obama has even the vaguest idea how a...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-12-01/what-others-say-statements-hurt-o
Opinion

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