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    Remember to Advise: Why Are Vancouverites This sort of Trash Goblins?

    [Editor’s note: Steve Burgess is an accredited spin doctor with a PhD in Centrifugal Rhetoric from the University of SASE, situated on the lovely campus of PO Box 7650, Cayman Islands. In this space he dispenses PR advice to politicians, the rich and famous, the troubled and well-heeled, the wealthy and gullible.] Dear Dr. Steve, Bulletins, Situations & extra from Tyee and pick out companions Deal with the Landscape of Perform for The Tyee We’re searching for a stellar journalist to be a part of our staff. Programs open until July 17. New Possibilities for Early Occupation Journalists at The Tyee We’re partnering with Hummingbird and Journalists for Human Rights…

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    ‘A Good deal of Folks Feel We’re Performing This Just for Very first Nations Men and women. We’re Not’

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    Photographing Vancouver’s Nudis | The Tyee

    When Drew Beattie wants to get some fresh pictures of Vancouver’s underwater nudis to throw up on his Instagram he first checks the weather — overcast skies and calm waters are key for crisp shots. Next he gets his gear together. Camera, waterproof box, strobe lights, hot-pink gloves, a thick fleecy onesie — check. White mask, hot-pink fins, his trusty old neoprene hood, dry suit, 34 pounds of lead — check. Then he hits the water, and sinks. Even on so-called “good-visibility” days, shooting macro pictures is ideal, because the waters in the Salish Sea are chock-full of plankton, algae, silt from the Fraser River and Lower Mainland rainwater runoff.…

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    A Year Right after Lytton Fire, Residents Wait for Solutions and Action

    A single 12 months soon after a wildfire tore by the village of Lytton, destroying most of the city, citizens are even now ready for responses about what sparked the blaze. Bulletins, Gatherings & more from Tyee and find partners Go over the Landscape of Function for The Tyee We’re looking for a stellar journalist to be a part of our workforce. Purposes open up until eventually July 17. New Chances for Early Occupation Journalists at The Tyee We’re partnering with Hummingbird and Journalists for Human Rights to supply two paid fellowships. Apps are open up. The June 30 wildfire levelled the town in minutes, cutting down 90 per cent…

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    Putin’s Doomed War Versus the Planet

    Klimat: Russia in the Age of Weather Transform Thane Gustafson Harvard College Press (2021) Writer Thane Gustafson revealed Klimat: Russia in the Age of Local weather Adjust a couple of months right before Feb. 24, when Russia released its invasion of Ukraine. So the e-book has very little to say about the Russian war on Ukraine. But it describes a place trapped in its final several years as a terrific electricity — and a leader who absolutely is familiar with it. Bulletins, Occasions & extra from Tyee and select associates Protect the Landscape of Perform for The Tyee We’re on the lookout for a stellar journalist to sign up for…

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    The Wooden Disappearing from Your Neighbourhood

    [Editor’s note: Many readers in British Columbia will be familiar with the booms and busts of the forestry industry — including old-growth logging. But you may be less familiar with the prevalence of tree poaching and illegal harvesting, which has been happening for decades in the shadow of legitimate industry in the Pacific Northwest. Lyndsie Bourgon’s Tree Thieves: Crime and Survival in North America’s Woods follows poachers and those hot on their tails, delving into why people might turn to illegal harvesting to make their living.] Lyndsie Bourgon’s Tree Thieves: Crime and Survival in North America’s Woods is now out with Greystone Textbooks. Bulletins, Events & much more from Tyee…

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    Why Are Individuals Stealing BC Trees?

    Lyndsie Bourgon’s Tree Robbers opens in Northern California. It’s night, and we’re driving down the Redwood Highway in a pickup truck that pulls on to a logging street. Two men make their way into a forest with a chainsaw. And then they minimize sections from a generations-previous redwood, flip-flopping them back down the hill to their truck. Announcements, Functions & more from Tyee and find partners Address the Landscape of Perform for The Tyee We’re on the lookout for a stellar journalist to be part of our group. Apps open till July 17. New Prospects for Early Profession Journalists at The Tyee We’re partnering with Hummingbird and Journalists for Human…

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    BC’s Climate Refugees: ‘Where Are We Supposed to Go?’

    [Editor’s note: This story contains details about lives lost in wildfires and heat domes. We invite readers to take care as they read through this piece, in particular if they’ve suffered personal losses related to natural disasters.] It was the bathtub that made me stop. Announcements, Events & more from Tyee and select partners Cover the Landscape of Work for The Tyee We’re looking for a stellar journalist to join our team. Applications open until July 17. New Opportunities for Early Career Journalists at The Tyee We’re partnering with Hummingbird and Journalists for Human Rights to offer two paid fellowships. Applications are open. Coming around a gentle bend, I braked…

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    What the Federal Government’s Aquaculture News Means for Wild Fish

    The federal government has signalled it will be winding down British Columbia’s open-net pen salmon aquaculture industry — but conservationists worry the slow rollout could still have disastrous results on wild fish. And some say a several-year-long phase out could spell the extinction of certain Pacific salmon species. Announcements, Events & more from Tyee and select partners Cover the Landscape of Work for The Tyee We’re looking for a stellar journalist to join our team. Applications open until July 17. New Opportunities for Early Career Journalists at The Tyee We’re partnering with Hummingbird and Journalists for Human Rights to offer two paid fellowships. Applications are open. On Wednesday federal Minister…