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FOOD AND DRINK
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Wilderness Committee’s engaging 4-page centerfold. Photos, maps, and information make a great read about one of BC's best loved places. How do we keep this treasure intact?
In exchange for a density bonus, 161 acres of Forest-zoned land will become parkland. The developer will create a 12-lot subdivision with panoramic views of the Strait of Georgia.
Vessel replacement plans for an open-deck vessel on Route 17 (Comox-Powell River) were less than warmly received on Texada and in Powell River. Lower car capacity and the problem of reaching people capacity with ‘footsies’ were also brought up.
Attitudes to whales have certainly changed since the fate of Moby Doll in 1964. Saturna’s Moby Doll Symposium will gather leading scientists to tell us what we’ve learned.
Elizabeth May tells us we have reached this dangerous level of carbon dioxide in the air. A spark of hope is the growing talk about the carbon economy being an over-inflated investment ‘bubble’ which may make investors ready to invest in the growing low-carbon economy.
Laura Busheikin tells the story of the Kennedys’ beautiful garden on Denman Island. See also the front page photo.
Readers' Letters | Page 4
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