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Mark Hume

Mark Hume

Mark Hume

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Mark Hume is a National Correspondent for The Globe and Mail, based in Vancouver, writing news and feature stories on a daily basis about his home province of British Columbia. His weekly column, which often challenges the orthodoxy on environmental issues, appears every Monday.

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Exploring the vastness of Alaska by bus and by ship
It’s time to confront the exploitation of B.C.’s environment Mark Hume
Mark Hume
On Cheque Day, a toxic mix of money and drugs in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside
The Christmas bird count, a ‘citizen science project,’ thrives in B.C.
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B.C. health authorities flood streets with opioid antidote
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B.C. town residents worry seniors’ community could threaten natural springs Mark Hume
Mark Hume
THINGS THAT WORK
MK Illumination’s dazzling installations light up Vancouver
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Fraser River estuary being maintained to benefit people, not wildlife: study
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Mount Polley waste water discharge in Quesnel Lake worries residents
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B.C. to fix section of Highway 99 that has been sliding down mountainside
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Justin Trudeau should reassess his scientific foundation Mark Hume
Mark Hume
Sniffer dogs might help B.C. fight invasive species of mussels
Opposition prepares to fight Trans Mountain pipeline approval
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Critics speak out against approval of Trans Mountain pipeline in B.C.
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New app seeks to crowdsource reporting of B.C. environmental abuses
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NDP leader takes aim at B.C. grizzly bear trophy hunt
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No guarantee Taseko mine in British Columbia will be approved
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B.C. gives Taseko mine a second chance after letter to Christy Clark
Richmond, B.C. looks to address megahomes built on farmland
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B.C. considers tax changes for farmland speculators