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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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    BC’s Long Regime of Secrecy

    When debate on the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Amendment Act began last fall, Stephanie Cadieux, then Liberal MLA for Surrey-Cloverdale, was among many to note British Columbians are waiting longer and longer to obtain information from government that should simply be made freely and publicly available as a matter of course. 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…