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Can you identify this #mushroom? Dog walkers in #CatesPark have been advised to keep their pets close at all times, after two were poisoned from what police believe were deadly #mushrooms. I spotted this one in the park today; what do you say: toxic, or tame?
"These are things that are definitely on our radar as things we're just going to experience anyways," Energy and Emissions manager Colin Chen said of climate-change induced issues on campus. He's instigating strategies to combat them as early as next year.
#Sustainability services are largely headed by the school of construction and the environment, and there are many plans to reduce energy use in the next few years...
Heard of #TheBlob or #SonOfBlob, the mass of warm water threatening the #BC coast? Well BCIT has, and is already putting plans in motion to deal with volatile weather caused by #climatechange.
Morning Headlines: May 18, 2018
2 people injures in Vancouver targeted shooting Early this morning in Vancouver two people were injured… Read more →
“I’m one of the lucky ones”, Grand Forks business owner reacts to flood
In the midst of a historical flooding in BC people are wondering what to expect next. One of the hardest-hit… Read more →
Morning Headlines: May 17, 2018
3-year-old gets almost 150 stitches after a coyote attack Toddler left with 148 stitches after an… Read more →
Update on BC Flood Watch: More communities preparing to leave
What we know so far: As of today, evacuation orders are in place across most of the Lower Mainland… Read more →
BCIT Magazine – May 11, 2018
This week’s BCIT Magazine brings you protests over funding for the Kinder Morgan pipeline, a church… Read more →
2 people injures in Vancouver targeted shooting Early this morning in Vancouver two people were injured in a targeted shooting. Police were called to the scene just before 6 a.m. to a home on Industrial Avenue near Station Street. Both …
In the midst of a historical flooding in BC people are wondering what to expect next. One of the hardest-hit communities, Grand Forks located in southern BC , is bracing it’s “round two” of floods, with water levels expected to …
3-year-old gets almost 150 stitches after a coyote attack Toddler left with 148 stitches after an attack outside of his Burnaby home. Amanda Dyke says she found her three-year old lying on the road, being attacked by a coyote She …
What we know so far: As of today, evacuation orders are in place across most of the Lower Mainland due to spring runoffs making way for rising water levels. Now more alerts have been ordered. Barston Island, located between Surrey …
This week’s BCIT Magazine brings you protests over funding for the Kinder Morgan pipeline, a church renovating a house for a disadvantaged family, and Granville Island gets a new face-lift from local mural artists. Our reporters also learned about a …
For the Record: Christie Charles Poet Laureate
On May 15th, 2018 the city of Vancouver appointed its first ever Indigenous poet laureate. Christie Charles, also known as Miss Christie Lee, joined me this episode of For the Record on Evolution 107-9. She is an Indigenous spoken word …
For the Record: Police Week
This week, May 13 – 19, is National Police Week. On this episode of For the Record on Evolution 107-9, I spoke with Constable Anne-Marie Clark who works for the Vancouver Police Department as the Social Media Officer. Clark is …
For the Record: Water Safety & Pool Openings
This week, many outdoor pools open in Metro Vancouver for the summer season, including Kits Pool which opens after renovations this Saturday. With more people heading to the beach to cool off, my guest on For the Record today was …