The Death Of Newspapers: A Third Nail In The Coffin My local newspaper will no longer come to my house daily, The Oregonian announced yesterday. The 24th largest metropolitan area in the country will lack a region-wide daily newspaper. (The Columbian will continue to publish daily, serving the Washington-state suburbs of Portland.)
June 21, 2013 - Forbes
UPDATE: Oregonian to cut delivery; no changes at The Columbian Southwest Washington's largest daily newspaper, The Columbian, intends to continue daily publication, publisher Scott Campbell said Thursday in reaction to The Oregonian's announcement it will reduce home deliveries to four days a week.
June 20, 2013 - The Columbian
President Bush in Xinhua It makes no sense to me to say that Columbian goods can come into our country duty free, yet our goods can't go into Columbia duty free,Bush said.
Carole Taylor in Globe and Mail Bill 37 introduces a ground-breaking, revenue-neutral carbon tax that will encourage all British Columbian families and businesses to lower their carbon footprint,said Finance Minister Carole Taylor as she introduced the Carbon Tax Act 2008.
Gordon Campbell in CBC.ca With high temperatures and lightning expected as we head into the BC Day long weekend, every British Columbian needs to take an active role in ensuring the safety of their community by being vigilant and cautious,Campbell said in a statement...