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Janis Mon­ture becomes the first Indige­nous woman to be appoint­ed CEO of the Cana­di­an Muse­ums Asso­ci­a­tion. BC Hydro antic­i­pates a strong increase in ener­gy demand in the north­west: 3 bil­lion dol­lars is being set aside for future infra­struc­ture projects. Cana­di­an film­mak­er Aman­da Dawn Christie doc­u­ments the his­to­ry and demise of Radio Cana­da International’s broad­cast and short-wave anten­nas in Sackville, New Brunswick, in Spec­tres of Short­wave.” A BC res­i­dent has been miss­ing for weeks. Fam­i­ly and friends launch a Face­book page for peo­ple who might have seen him. And two con­ser­va­tion orga­ni­za­tions, the Appalachi­an Cor­ri­dor and Con­ser­va­tion des Val­lons de la Ser­pen­tine have suc­ceed­ed in pro­tect­ing 84 acres of Québec’s Milling­ton Bog.