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These are a few fun facts about Canada. Canada is a big country with the longest coastline. It is also one of the countries with the highest literacy rate. Find out more interesting facts about Canada in our infographics.

What To Do If You Encounter A Coyote While Walking Your Dog - The Urban Coyote Initiative

What To Do If You Encounter A Coyote While Walking Your Dog - The Urban Coyote Initiative

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Off The Beaten Path: Visit The 'Hole In The Wall' On Vancouver Island

Off The Beaten Path: Visit The 'Hole In The Wall' On Vancouver Island

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What happens when society sees you as a “problem”? This was the case for Japanese Canadians in 1942 and it’s the case for anyone of Chinese descent in Vancouver today.

What happens when society sees you as a “problem”? This was the case for Japanese Canadians in 1942 and it’s the case for anyone of Chinese descent in Vancouver today.

A sunny day of ocean kayaking in the Port Moody arm of Burrard Inlet is as good as it gets and — for thousands of years — others thought so, too.   When the ice receded, First Nations people made . . .

A sunny day of ocean kayaking in the Port Moody arm of Burrard Inlet is as good as it gets and — for thousands of years — others thought so, too. When the ice receded, First Nations people made . . .

MARIO BARTEL/THE TRI-CITY NEWS Markus Fahrner, the director of the Port Moody Station Museum, begins hanging blackout drapes to cover the old train station's windows to create a light-controlled environment for a valuable album of photos, sketches and letters by Mary Moody, the wife of Colonel Richard Moody who founded the city.

MARIO BARTEL/THE TRI-CITY NEWS Markus Fahrner, the director of the Port Moody Station Museum, begins hanging blackout drapes to cover the old train station's windows to create a light-controlled environment for a valuable album of photos, sketches and letters by Mary Moody, the wife of Colonel Richard Moody who founded the city.

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Discover British Columbia's Captivatingly Clear Lakes - 604 Now

Discover British Columbia's Captivatingly Clear Lakes - 604 Now

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