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Monet’s Garden: A new exhibit opens at the Vancouver Art Gallery today entitled “Monet’s Secret Garden” – here’s the Courier’s review. The first thought that crossed my mind was that there is not much secret about his garden. It’s in Giverny, Normandy and is about 45 minutes on the train from Paris, and is one o...
Weekly Photo Challenge: Transient: The snow goose (Chen caerulescens), a transient through southwestern British Columbia. Formerly they would travel on to Mexico in the winter before returning to the tundra in the spring. They seem to be spending more time here each year, causing concerns due to their voracious appetites – and co...
Privatizing Canada’s Ports: The federal Liberals seem to be turning out to be neoliberals – not that much different to the Harper Conservatives Canadians so soundly dismissed. The fact that privatisation has generally failed to deliver on its promises – except for enriching a few exceedingly wealthy men – is always ignored...
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Welcome to Garden City conservation: Bulletin: Click for info about the Annual Gathering of the Garden City Conservation Society on Wednesday, June 21, 2017. To go directly to the sign-up form, click here. __________ Richmond, British Columbia, Canada has long been known as the Garden City. This blog aims to provide informed in-dept...
Welcome to Garden City conservation: Richmond, British Columbia, Canada has long been known as the Garden City. This blog aims to provide informed in-depth opinion on a range of conservation issues of interest to the Garden City community, which is centred in Richmond but extends around B.C. and the globe. Background for newcomers I...
The Fraser Estuary is trending well: There’s a promising trend for Fraser Estuary, the union of mighty river and Salish Sea that begot our Richmond islands. A citizens group and Ecojustice, along with Surrey and New Westminster, recently took the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority to court. They aim to prevent the barging of immense am...
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The ill conceived Surrey LRT and the missed regional transit opportunity: Ill conceived, since according to Translink [1], The proposed Surrey L line (Guilford, Surrey central newton, titled LRT 4 in the transit study), was among the poorest options Translink has studied for Surrey. An option which will saddle translink with increased operation cost without matching r...
Arbutus corridor and accessibility: a straw man argument?: the debate is framed like it: to be against a blacktop path  is to be against accessibility. Accessibility for all activities or all abilities? It is no secret that the debate is mainly  geared by the Vancouver cycling community, and the main local organization, HUB, has made clear its vision; ...

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