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Tourism 2012 Year-in-review

CTC snapshot

Ongoing economic troubles in many countries left a global travel market still rather shaky on its legs in 2012. Yet there are signs of steady recovery in many markets, making the outlook for 2013 better than a glass half full. [Read more…]

Sasquatch In British Columbia

Sasquatch in British Columbia

Sasquatch in British Columbia

Early reports in British Columbia were the first to call attention to the possible existence of sasquatch, and such reports have persisted for over two hundred years. [Read more…]

Cinema Editors Awards 2012 nominees

Canadian Cinema Editor Awards

Canadian Cinema Editor Awards

The Canadian Cinema Editors is honoured to announce the nominees for the 2012 C.C.E. Awards, to be held on May 17th at The Capitol Event Theatre in Toronto. The C.C.E. Awards is the largest event hosted by the organization, focusing on the significance of post-production in cinema. [Read more…]

Call for sexually active HIV tests

HIV testing

HIV testing

Adults living in Vancouver or Prince George, B.C., who have had sex likely will be asked to take an HIV detection test at the next lab, hospital or medical clinic they visit under Canada’s first such pilot project.

They can refuse the offer but won’t be able to avoid the HIV testing guerrilla marketing campaign delivered via social media, bus shelters and websites. The “seek and treat” program is meant to identify up to 3,500 more cases of HIV in B.C. [Read more…]

Tsunami debris could reach BC

Tsunami Debris

Tsunami Debris

The largest items swept out to sea following the Japanese tsunami in March could arrive on the B.C. coastline within days, oceanographer Curt Ebbesmeyer predicted. [Read more…]