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Council will revisit the wording of the policy at its December meeting
Staff at Crossroads United Church reported the vandalism to police late last week
More than 2,800 people died last year as a result of the overdose crisis
A coroner’s jury makes recommendations after hearing about death of Ebony Aaron Wood
A Hedley man enjoyed a snack and then refused to pay for it - landing him in court
Avalanche Canada advising backcountry enthusiasts to get proper training and equipment.
Guilty charges stick for man who committed fraud against Okanagan hockey parents
Rights of suspect were violated, judgment says
Today has been proclaimed as Louis Riel Day in British Columbia.
Consultations begin in Abbotsford, but British Columbians can submit their feedback online by Dec. 7
Report looks at response to 2016 grounding of tug Nathan E. Stewart that spilled litres of diesel
The theatre said Thursday the 20 allegations deal with incidents between 1995 and 2013.
The painting, “Salvator Mundi,” Latin for “Savior of the World,” is one a few paintings by Leonardo known to exist
Finance committee calls for rapid salvage, reforestation
While in B.C., Jolie listed the promises, laws that have failed to eliminate sexual violence in war
New funding will go toward skin-to-skin therapy that helps with breastfeeding and reducing anxiety
But instead of issue a ticket, Vancouver police officer educated driver on safety
Anti-pipline protesters escorted by Vancouver police away from Trudeau media event
TimberWest contractor dies near Caycuse, off the shores of Lake Cowichan
Innovative new playground was years in the works