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  • Thieves stealing copper from EV charging stations in Vancouver

     
    Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Green Culture In Europe, most EV charging stations don't have a wire permanently attached. Unlike North America, European EV drivers need to carry a cable around with them. This is a bit of a hassle, but it's far easier than...
  • Canada's hitchBOT travels 4,000 miles to test human-robot bonds

    The offspring of a marriage between art and science, Canada's hitchhiking robot has won thousands of thumbs-ups as it tweeted its adventures across 4,000 miles of North America over the last three weeks. The preschooler-sized contraption made of a...
  • Paddle-wheeler cruises and more trip deals

    Paddle-wheeler cruises and more trip deals
    Summer's already starting to wind down, which means time for summer-ending deals. The American Queen Steamboat Co. is offering price reductions on some of the voyages of the American Queen, which plies the Mississippi and Ohio rivers, and the American...
  • News to use: Travel tips and trips

    News to use: Travel tips and trips
    Here are some of the more interesting deals, websites and other travel tidbits that have come across our desk recently: CruiseBrothers.com has Bermuda cruises on Holland America Line in May and June 2015 priced from $799 per person double occupancy....
  • Course Source: Lake Chabot, Le Chateau Montebello

    The Sports Xchange By Tom LaMarre, The Sports Xchange Course Source: Lake Chabot, Le Chateau Montebello IN THE PUBLIC EYE: Lake Chabot Golf Course in Oakland, Calif. THE LAYOUT: Lake Chabot reopened in April 2007 after completion of a much-needed...
  • In western Canada, Squamish a haven for outdoor enthusiasts

    I've driven through this burg of roughly 17,000 souls, about halfway between Vancouver and the skiing and snowboarding resort of Whistler Blackcomb, more than a dozen times. And each trip, I would gaze at the Stawamus Chief, a granite monolith that...
  • Michael Ola making most of opportunity with Bears

     Michael Ola making most of opportunity with Bears
    BOURBONNAIS — Michael Ola considers his mother to be his biggest supporter. Pamela John has helped push her son up the rungs of professional football's ladder, a climb as improbable as it was circuitous. She encouraged him when he spent the 2011...
  • Entertainment One Buys Unscripted Producer Paperny

    LONDON -- Entertainment One has acquired Paperny Entertainment, a producer of unscripted television content in North America. Deal, which was inked with partners David Paperny, Cal Shumiatcher and Audrey Mehler, will see eOne ramp up its activity in...
  • How a Canadian Prairie city made an Ebola vaccine

    How a Canadian Prairie city made an Ebola vaccine
    An experimental Ebola vaccine that is offering some hope for West Africa was invented in a small Canadian Prairie city and had its roots in the Cold War, the German town of Marburg and a disease scare that panicked Toronto in the 1970s. The Canadian...
  • How I Made It: Yves Potvin

    How I Made It: Yves Potvin
    The gig: Yves Potvin, 58, founded Garden Protein International, which is best known for its Gardein line of meat-free foods. Products by the private company, which has its U.S. headquarters in Marina del Rey, can be found in 22,000 North American...
  • Family of Canadian couple detained by China hires Beijing lawyers

    VANCOUVER (Reuters) - The son of a Canadian couple detained in China on charges of espionage said the family had hired a lawyer in Beijing because the Canadian government had not been able to help the family visit or communicate with his father, a...