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Alaska, B.C. cooperate quietly on transboundary issues

...after the Mount Polley incident and that KSM's designs have been reviewed by experts from British Columbia, the Canadian government, the State of Alaska and First Nations."Following the Mount Polley situation, Seabridge, on its own initiative...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-11-19/alaska-bc-cooperate-quietly-on-trans
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'... Got the T-shirt'

...heavily exploited when they were children, even being removed from their home and raised by their doctor and the Canadian government until they were about ten. The Quints, as they were popularly known, were a social phenomenon when I was a child...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/community/2011-10-23/got-the-t-shirt
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Canada wraps up 3-day commission on salmon virus

...influenza and swine flu. The British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture has said that in more than 7,000 tests, the Canadian government has not found a single case of Infectious Salmon Anemia virus or symptoms of the ISA disease. Whistleblowers at...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-01-03/canada-wraps-up-3-day-commission-on-
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Wildlife center prepares for reintroduction of wood bison

...reduced the numbers of wood buffalo from 168,000 to less than 250 individuals, but conservation efforts largely by Canadian government agencies have now restored those numbers to approximately 4,000 animals, most of which occur in a few free-ranging...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/101207/news_3294.shtml
Remarks put mayor in 'pot of boiling water'

...repeatedly apologized for the comments the day after they appeared in the Toronto Star, and bid officials and Canadian government leaders insisted they would not hurt the city's campaign. But one senior African Olympic official said the remarks...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/062201/spo_0622010018.shtml
Sports
TransCanada sweetens terms for gas pipeline

...July for Alaska portions of a North Slope natural gas pipeline. An application will be filed separately with the Canadian government for portions of the pipeline built in Canada, TransCanada Vice President Tony Palmer told legislators in briefings...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/020910/new_560494511.shtml
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Michael Horbec

...expanded the operation to double that, including raising hogs and keeping 1,000 chickens. In the 1960s, when the Canadian government started price-fixing limits on Canadian bacon, he retired from farming and traveled to the U.S. The ingenuity...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Archives05/19/00

...Briefs Some parents question Wisconsin school's religious ''released time'' Anglican Church relying on Canadian government for financial survival United Methodists declare Mormonism outside Christian tradition Protests set at...

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...activists detained in West Bank Controversy surrounds delay of influential, $6 million study of American Jews Canadian government, Anglican church strike deal over abuse lawsuits U.S. Muslim teens balance sports schedules with Ramadan...

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