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  • 15 Jan 2019 4:40 PM | Anonymous

    Coming to Vancouver…Jeff Lang February 22nd

    Blending rock, roots, folk, blues, ballads, instrumentals, improvisation and a high level of musicality, Australia’s Jeff Lang is an incomparable singer/songwriter with virtuosic guitar chops including his signature slide.

    Find out more and buy tickets here.

  • 15 Jan 2019 10:22 AM | Anonymous

    Biba, along with The City of Wanneroo, Satterley Property Group, Landcorp, and The Playground Centre, took home gold at the 2018 NGAA Awards in the ‘Creating Value through Growth’ category, for the development and installation of Australia’s first Biba ‘smart playground’ at Kinkuna Park in the Eglinton Estate of Allara.

    Read more here.

  • 28 Dec 2018 11:15 AM | Anonymous

    Rolande Souliere
    Solo Exhibition at the Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver
    April 5 – August 25, 2019

    Rolande Souliere was born in Toronto and is Anishinaabe and member of the Michipicoten First Nation. She became a contemporary artist after migrating to Australia in the late nineties. She currently splits her time between Australia and Canada.

    Her solo exhibition at the Contemporary Art Gallery, presented across the gallery’s two public spaces—the street level windows along the Nelson St and Richard St facades, and off-site at the nearby Yaletown-Roundhouse train Station—draws from an extensive body of work that uses materials associated with the mapping and marking of space, such as road barriers, caution tape, and traffic signage, to consider land claims (both settled and unsettled), borders, territories, and sovereignty, and how colonial infrastructures have impacted spaces and the people within them. For this highly visible, public art opportunity, Souliere will wrap the train station pavilion and gallery façade in a highly reflective barrier tape, using the colour symbolism of the four directions of the earth in Indigenous culture.

    Read more here.

  • 8 Nov 2018 10:05 AM | Anonymous

    At the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Sport Climbing will be included for the first time. There are only 20 male and 20 female spots globally available to climbers; and likely only one spot per gender available to Continental Oceania (Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia combined).

    Competitive rockclimber Tiffany Melius' goal is to be that one woman.

    Read more here.

  • 5 Sep 2018 12:41 PM | Anonymous

    MIKTA Seminar: “Middle Powers’ Role in the Era of Confrontations Among Major Powers”

    MIKTA is an innovative partnership that brings together Mexico, Indonesia, Republic of Korea (ROK), Turkey and Australia. The group works to bridge divides in the multilateral system and build consensus on complex and challenging issues, drawing on the diverse perspectives of its members and their shared interest in an effective, rules-based global order.  In conjunction with SFU and the Asia Pacific Foundation, the MIKTA partners will be holding a seminar on Tuesday, September 18th from 10am-1:30pm at the SFU’s Segal Centre to discuss the role of Middle Powers at a time of increasing confrontations among the major powers.  Register here.  .

  • 28 Aug 2018 3:34 PM | Anonymous

    The world's first public bond created and managed using only blockchain had support from seven investors, Commonwealth Bank of Australia the sole lead manager of the deal said on Friday, helping raise A$110 million ($80.48 million) for the World Bank.

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  • 12 Aug 2018 4:11 PM | Anonymous
    Families of New Zealand military personnel buried overseas will be offered the chance to repatriate their loved ones, after the Government changed its policy in the face of pressure from families and the RSA.

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  • 8 Aug 2018 3:38 PM | Anonymous

    The typical New York breakfast — something fast and greasy, brown and starchy — has never caught up to the food we eat the rest of the day. It’s not easy to find something appetizing, much less beautiful, in the morning rush.

    Read more here.

  • 20 Jun 2018 2:39 PM | Anonymous

    Resources giant BHP last night pressed the button on a new $4.7 billion iron ore mine in the Pilbara which it says will employ 2500 people during construction and 600 when operational.

    The announcement came as further evidence emerged that the WA jobs market is finally starting to stir, with the strongest growth in new positions in five years and signs more people are looking for work and taking on extra hours

    Read more here

  • 14 May 2018 1:01 PM | Anonymous

    More Solomon Islanders expected to work in Canada with new Air Canada Partnership agreement.

    Read the full story here.

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