1. Whistler Longboard Festival - World Cup - Live Show


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    Full HD Live Stream from the 2013 Whistler Longboard Festival World Cup Downhill Race Huge THANK YOU to The Whistler Sport Legacies, Tourism Whistler all the participants and VOLUNTEERS that made this dream come true. http://longboardfestival.com http://arborcollective.com/skateboards http://www.whistlersportlegacies.com/ http://www.facebook.com/WhistlerLongb... http://twitter.com/whistlerlbfest http://instagram.com/whistlerlbfest Motion Graphics - Jm Chadillon http://jmchadillon.com Sea to Sky Cable Cam: http://seatoskycam.com Film/Edit - Corner Wave Media and Art Institute Film and Media Students

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    • Found In The Forest: Exploring The Environmental School VOD


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      Found In The Forest is a documentary that explores the Environmental School, a public school in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada which opened its doors in the fall of 2011. Still in its infancy, the Environmental School is a place where teachers, administrators, researchers, parents, and students are working together to develop a rich and unique learning environment while challenging conventional educational models. Chapter 2: How The School Formed 00:01:18 Chapter 3: Why The Need for Change? 00:04:02 Chapter 4: Report Cards and Grades 00:10:25 Chapter 5: Place Based Learning 00:23:38 Chapter 6: Building Forts 00:27:16 Chapter 7: Learning In Place 00:30:30 Chapter 8: Learning Outdoors 00:32:31 Chapter 9: The Connection To The River 00:41:43 Chapter 10: The Challenges Of Weather 00:44:41 Chapter 11: Eco-Education 00:57:27 Chapter 12: Experiential Learning 01:04:51 Chapter 13: Mathematics 01:16:33 Chapter 14: Learning At The BMX Track 01:23:24 Chapter 15: Not Knowing They Are Learning 01:27:51 Chapter 16: The Role Of Community 01:33:24 Chapter 17: What Child Is The School For? 01:37:39 Chapter 18: Judging Success 01:41:54 Chapter 19: Transition to High School 01:45:27 Chapter 20: Hopes For The School 01:49:35 The theory and practice of the school is supported by Place-Based, Imaginative and Ecological Education. Learning and teaching is experiential, in context, and through activities that engage the mind, body, and heart. The film investigates learning styles, ecological involvement, class structure, and the impact of outdoor learning on children. As the parent of a child attending the school, Filmmaker and Photographer Craig Cerhit is able to explore every aspect of the school with unfettered access. By following the students over a two year period and interviewing all of the key participants, Found In The Forest is an important contribution to the critical discussion of what an education is, how it is delivered, and what that means for our children and society.

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      • The Gwaii Haanas in the Killer Whale Month (Sgaana Gyaas)


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        This is the one hour and fifty minutes long video diary of our paddling trip in the magnificent Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, National Marine Conservation Area Reserve, and Haida Heritage Site in August 2013. This is not a story about heroic struggles or impressive achievements. Not a story about records, either. This is a rather ordinary love story of a solid team forged over many storms and laughter... Come aboard and enjoy the trip! The video is dedicated to the memory of Tom Willie Johnson, Ida Halpern and Skaay of the Qquuna Qiighawaay. Musical excerpt from "Paddle Song" by Tom Willie Johnson, recorded and annotated by Ida Halpern Halpern, I., Martin, M., Johnson, T. Willie, Louis, F., Thompson, E., Kelly, P., & Davidson, F. Edenshaw. Haida: Indian music of the Pacific Northwest. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Folkways Records. (c2006). Haida expressions courtesy of haidalanguage.blogspot.ca Written excerpts from: Masterworks of the Classical Haida Mythtellers, Volume 3, Skaay of the Qquuna Qiighawaay, Being in Being, Raven Travelling Translated from Haida by Robert Bringhurst Copyright 2001 Robert Bringhurst First published in Canada by Douglas & McIntyre LTD. Suite 201 2323 Quebec Street Vancouver, BC V5T 4S7 Published simultaneously in the USA by The University of Nebraska Press Lincoln, NE 68588-0255 Library of Congress Control Number: 2001092638 ISBN 0-8032-1328-x (cloth) Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetch.com) available under CC Attribution 3.0. Additional music by Free Stockmusic (freestockmusic.com), provided as royalty free music by videoblocks.com Additional music by Doi Nomazi using AppleLoops Some graphics based on free templates courtesy of videoblocks.com All maps courtesy of Google Earth. Camera and editing by Doi Nomazi.

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        • September 4, 2013 Regular Council Meeting


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          Regular meetings are scheduled for the first and third Monday of every month and are open to the public. If the Monday is a statutory holiday the meeting is scheduled for the following Tuesday. The meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. at the District Office, 136 Spruce Avenue and are broadcast on the local cable channel at 7:00 p.m. on the Wednesday immediately following the meeting. Committee of the Whole meetings are scheduled for the last Monday of every month and are open to the public. The meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. at the District Office.

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          • Canada 2007 - nature is very close


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            British Columbia is really beautiful and full of excitement, at least that is my conclusion after a three weeks trip with Nature Trek Canada. Starting in Vancouver we went up north to Stewart and Hyder and crossed the border with Alaska. Staying on campingsites we cooked delicious meals. From the Bear Glacier to the Salmon Glacier, with a jetboat up the Exchamsik River. Seeing the N'sga Lavabeds was impressive. By sea-plane we got to Porcher island an stay there for 5 days in total isolation. Inside Passage is a great experience. We also spent 2 days in Johnstone Strait and saw those fantastic animals: humpbacks, dolphins, orcas and minke whales. And ..... I got some wonderful friends with this vacation.

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            • Destination BC, Vancouver & Travel Bound – with Bonus Commission


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              Find out why Vancouver has become one of the world's best-loved cities. Set amidst stunning mountains, beautiful Vancouver offers a plethora of outdoor pursuits, culinary hotspots and cultural treasures. Our webinar will bring you up close and personal to this delightful destination as well as hotspots beyond such as the capital city of Victoria and home of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, Whistler. Find out how your agency can earn BONUS COMMISSION on Vancouver hotels booked with Travel Bound right now for stays through Oct. 31. Presenters: Jennifer Bond Business Development Manager Travel Bound Melissa Smith Sales Associate, Travel Trade, Americas & Asia Tourism Vancouver Stephanie Fielden Market Development Manager, North America Destination British Columbia

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              • Emily Luce & Rodney Sayers – Nuučaan̓uł in the 21st Century / October 6, 2014


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                Nuučaan̓uł in the 21st Century, a lecture by Emily Luce & Rodney Sayers. California Institute of the Arts Monday 6 October 2014 Observations on the revitalization process of a First Nations language. The nuu čaa n̓uł language is a First Nations language spoken by approximately 700 speakers on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. Evolved out of an oral history, it has only been written down for around one hundred years. Over the past ten years, Rod Sayers (a nuu čaa n̓uł speaker from the Hupač̓asatḥ First Nation) and Emily Luce (designer) have worked together on nuu čaa n̓uł language revitalization and its recorded forms. The talk will discuss cultural and technological influences on this minority language, and the implications for larger conversations in the discipline of design. Emily Luce is an artist, designer and researcher. Her work looks at issues of mass consumption, population expansion and global society and how these factors influence everyday life. Klehwetua, Rodney Sayers is a member of the Hupacasath First Nation, from Ahwinnis, now known as Port Alberni B.C. Rod’s practice examines the role of traditional artwork in a contemporary world. He believes that for an art form to remain vibrant, it must evolve and adapt, but remain true to its origins.

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                • Applications of Ecosystem-Based Management of Forage Fish


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                  "Applications of Ecosystem-Based Management of Forage Fish" Dr. Timothy Essington “Advancing Ecosystem-Based Management of Low-Trophic Level Fisheries in British Columbia” February 5, 2013 The Herring School at Simon Fraser University Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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                  • Squamish Retreat Sunday September 1, 2013


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                    St. George Coptic Orthodox Church Family Retreat in Squamish, BC. Arabic lecture given by Abouna Bishoy Elantouny Aug 31, Sept 1-2 , 2013 (Labor Day long weekend)

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                    • #3 TTB


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