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Dundas Star News
Cucumber business leaves family farm in a picklerestaurants to put in Caesars," says Adrian. "It has a nice crunch to it and it
Cucumber business leaves family farm in a pickle
Dundas Star News / Posted 40 minutes ago
restaurants to put in Caesars," says Adrian. "It has a nice crunch to it and it stands up well in a glass." Alberta and B.C. were early adopters. "We started in the western market because they've always been ahead of the curve when it comes to... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Victoria Foundation marks 80th anniversary with special giftRegion Museum and Sooke Potholes. Among the other attractions are Art Gallery o
Victoria Foundation marks 80th anniversary with special gift
Sooke News Mirror / Posted an hour ago
Region Museum and Sooke Potholes. Among the other attractions are Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Robert Bateman Centre, Craigdarroch Castle, Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard National Historic Site, Shaw Centre for the Salish Sea and B.C. Aviation Mus... Read more
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Mississauga News
Cucumber business leaves family farm in a picklerestaurants to put in Caesars,” says Adrian. “It has a nice crunch to it and it
Cucumber business leaves family farm in a pickle
Mississauga News / Posted 2 hours ago
restaurants to put in Caesars,” says Adrian. “It has a nice crunch to it and it stands up well in a glass.” Alberta and B.C. were early adopters. “We started in the western market because they’ve always been ahead of the curve when it comes to... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Whales in the Comox Marinaresearch and education organization, he has spent the better part of the last 3
Whales in the Comox Marina
Comox Valley Record / Posted 3 hours ago
research and education organization, he has spent the better part of the last 35 years in and around the waters of B.C.'s West Coast. “I started Lifeforce in 1981, feeling there was a need for an organization to look at the... Read more
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BC Local News
Whales in the Comox Marinaresearch and education organization, he has spent the better part of the last 3
Whales in the Comox Marina
BC Local News / Posted 3 hours ago
research and education organization, he has spent the better part of the last 35 years in and around the waters of B.C.'s West Coast. “I started Lifeforce in 1981, feeling there was a need for an organization to look at the... Read more
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BC Local News
Bear spotted visiting downtown Pentictonaround the Burns Street area, south of Wade Avenue and not far from the Pentict
Bear spotted visiting downtown Penticton
BC Local News / Posted 4 hours ago
around the Burns Street area, south of Wade Avenue and not far from the Penticton Creek corridor. According to WildSafe B.C.'s Wildlife Alert Reporting Program, there were three bear sightings in the downtown Penticton area 11 days ago. The... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Everyone a winner at CHBA-UDI charity golf tourneyaced No. 9 on the Hawk with a single stroke, while alongside Paul Batchelor, re
Everyone a winner at CHBA-UDI charity golf tourney
Calgary Sun / Posted 4 hours ago
aced No. 9 on the Hawk with a single stroke, while alongside Paul Batchelor, regional vice-president, advertising sales, B.C. and Alberta for Postmedia, Kelly Temple, dealer principal at Eastside Kia and yours truly. The big winners on the day... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Bear spotted visiting downtown Pentictonaround the Burns Street area, south of Wade Avenue and not far from the Pentict
Bear spotted visiting downtown Penticton
Penticton Western News / Posted 4 hours ago
around the Burns Street area, south of Wade Avenue and not far from the Penticton Creek corridor. According to WildSafe B.C.'s Wildlife Alert Reporting Program, there were three bear sightings in the downtown Penticton area 11 days ago. The... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Fernie Rod and Gun Club hosts 3-D archery shoottargets and one course of 10 targets to the more than 220 shooters who attended
Fernie Rod and Gun Club hosts 3-D archery shoot
Fernie Free Press / Posted 4 hours ago
targets and one course of 10 targets to the more than 220 shooters who attended. Many of the shooters were from outside of B.C. with archers hailing from Saskatchewan, Alberta and various U.S. states. The event also had approximately 40 youth... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Knights' 99 line explodes in win over Chiefslast year for the Knights and excelled. Urbanski was captan of the Prince Geor
Knights' 99 line explodes in win over Chiefs
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 4 hours ago
last year for the Knights and excelled. Urbanski was captan of the Prince George LJ Contracting Cougars, winners of the B.C. Midget Tier 2 championship last spring in PG. He delivers saucer passes like he invented them. Whitcomb has a compete... Read more
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BC Local News
Knights' 99 line explodes in win over Chiefslast year for the Knights and excelled. Urbanski was captan of the Prince Geor
Knights' 99 line explodes in win over Chiefs
BC Local News / Posted 5 hours ago
last year for the Knights and excelled. Urbanski was captan of the Prince George LJ Contracting Cougars, winners of the B.C. Midget Tier 2 championship last spring in PG. He delivers saucer passes like he invented them. Whitcomb has a compete... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Fernie Alpine Resort hosts B.C. Downhill finalsRace series will be coming to a close on Aug. 27 and 28 at Fernie Alpine Resort
Fernie Alpine Resort hosts B.C. Downhill finals
Fernie Free Press / Posted 5 hours ago
Race series will be coming to a close on Aug. 27 and 28 at Fernie Alpine Resort. While this race will be the finals for the B.C. Downhill Mountain Bike Series it will also be the Fernie Legendary Summer BC Cup Downhill Race. While the event... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Vernon Vipers give rookies a chancestraight stellar game, also singling out forwards Kaden Black and Justin Lee.
Vernon Vipers give rookies a chance
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 5 hours ago
straight stellar game, also singling out forwards Kaden Black and Justin Lee. The Vipers iced almost an entirely different B.C. Hockey League lineup from Thursday night, featuring a few veterans including Riley Brandt and Brett Stapley. “This... Read more
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BC Local News
Vernon Vipers give rookies a chancestraight stellar game, also singling out forwards Kaden Black and Justin Lee.
Vernon Vipers give rookies a chance
BC Local News / Posted 6 hours ago
straight stellar game, also singling out forwards Kaden Black and Justin Lee. The Vipers iced almost an entirely different B.C. Hockey League lineup from Thursday night, featuring a few veterans including Riley Brandt and Brett Stapley. “This... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Michaels: Headline grab for camping woeslatest whinge came from NDP Leader John Horgan. He was in the Okanagan recentl
Michaels: Headline grab for camping woes
Penticton Western News / Posted 6 hours ago
latest whinge came from NDP Leader John Horgan. He was in the Okanagan recently, saying rising campground fees in B.C. parks was getting in the way of a good outdoor adventure for cash-strapped families. Camping fees at Okanagan Lake... Read more
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Mississauga News
Brampton MP caught political bug on basketball court: Delacourtabout himself. He is the son of a man who immigrated to Canada from India a few
Brampton MP caught political bug on basketball court: Delacourt
Mississauga News / Posted 6 hours ago
about himself. He is the son of a man who immigrated to Canada from India a few decades ago, settling first in Cranbrook, B.C., and then in Calgary, earning his living driving taxis. Not long after Grewal’s parents had started their family,... Read more
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The Northern View
Letters to the Editor: Entitlements repeated through historyand maybe discover this could be the tip of another travel expense iceberg. Of
Letters to the Editor: Entitlements repeated through history
The Northern View / Posted 6 hours ago
and maybe discover this could be the tip of another travel expense iceberg. Of course, in the crazy world of B.C. politics, things are done on a far grander scale. A few months ago, it was revealed that Premier Christy Clark had... Read more
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TSN
Jutanugarn leads CP Women's Openwho has won the Canadian Open in three of the past four years including last ye
Jutanugarn leads CP Women's Open
TSN / Posted 7 hours ago
who has won the Canadian Open in three of the past four years including last year at the Vancouver Golf Club in Coquitlam, B.C. "There's still a lot of golf to be played. Right now I feel like I'm playing solid, so it's a good position going into... Read more
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The Columbian
Berko: Say ‘nyet’ on Russian stock MBTPlease give me your thoughts on this stock. . If you approve, I’ll give this br
Berko: Say ‘nyet’ on Russian stock MBT
The Columbian / Posted 8 hours ago
Please give me your thoughts on this stock. . If you approve, I’ll give this broker my business and buy 3,000 shares. — B.C., Waterloo, Iowa Dear B.C.: Mobile TeleSystems (MBT-$8.38), the largest wireless system in Russia and Ukraine, with $6.9... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Former champs Troop, Burneski will square offmissed a four-foot par putt on the 18th hole that would have sent the match int
Former champs Troop, Burneski will square off
Brandon Sun / Posted 17 hours ago
missed a four-foot par putt on the 18th hole that would have sent the match into extra holes. Hodgson, who is from Kelowna, B.C., will play No. 3 Larrie Kidd, who got past second seed Bruce Day 4 and 3. » nliewicki@brandonsun.com » Twitter:... Read more
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TSN
Reed leads by two at Barclaysshots behind, while defending champion Jason Day (70) and Jordan Spieth (67) we
Reed leads by two at Barclays
TSN / Posted 18 hours ago
shots behind, while defending champion Jason Day (70) and Jordan Spieth (67) were four back. Adam Hadwin of Abbotsford, B.C., is in a tie for fifth after shooting a 68 to sit at 4 under for the tournament. David Hearn of Brantford, Ont., (70)... Read more
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TSN
Bellator signs former UFC contender MacDonaldflag. MacDonald (18-4) is among the world's top 170-pound fighters despite los
Bellator signs former UFC contender MacDonald
TSN / Posted 18 hours ago
flag. MacDonald (18-4) is among the world's top 170-pound fighters despite losing his last two bouts. The Kelowna, B.C., native had a 13-fight UFC career that included victories over Demian Maia, B.J. Penn, Nate Diaz and current UFC... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Bellator signs ex-UFC title contender Rory MacDonaldflag. MacDonald (18-4) is among the world’s top 170-pound fighters despite los
Bellator signs ex-UFC title contender Rory MacDonald
Calgary Sun / Posted 18 hours ago
flag. MacDonald (18-4) is among the world’s top 170-pound fighters despite losing his last two bouts. The Kelowna, B.C., native had a 13-fight UFC career that included victories over Demian Maia, B.J. Penn, Nate Diaz and current UFC... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Ottawa Redblacks inconsistent through first half of seasonskill, but have also left the Canadian Football League community wanting much m
Ottawa Redblacks inconsistent through first half of season
Calgary Sun / Posted 18 hours ago
skill, but have also left the Canadian Football League community wanting much more. Thursday’s 29-23 loss to the B.C. Lions was the third in five home games this year, or one more defeat at TD Place stadium than the Redblacks had in all... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Bellator signs former Canadian UFC title contender Rory MacDonaldflag. MacDonald (18-4) is among the world's top 170-pound fighters despite los
Bellator signs former Canadian UFC title contender Rory MacDonald
Brandon Sun / Posted 18 hours ago
flag. MacDonald (18-4) is among the world's top 170-pound fighters despite losing his last two bouts. The Kelowna, B.C., native had a 13-fight UFC career that included victories over Demian Maia, B.J. Penn, Nate Diaz and current UFC... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Kirk Triplett shares Boeing Classic lead after first-round 65that paid off. Best chip of the year.” One shot off the lead is Stephen Ames,
Kirk Triplett shares Boeing Classic lead after first-round 65
The Seattle Times / Posted 18 hours ago
that paid off. Best chip of the year.” One shot off the lead is Stephen Ames, who drove here from his home in Vancouver, B.C., and Duffy Waldorf. Ames was at even-par through his first nine holes, then got it going on the back nine, making five... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
New UBC residence reflects adjusted expectations for Vantage Collegefees to generate revenue to keep quality and research up. A diverse and cosmop
New UBC residence reflects adjusted expectations for Vantage College
The Globe and Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
fees to generate revenue to keep quality and research up. A diverse and cosmopolitan campus is also seen as a plus. The B.C. government has capped increases in domestic tuition at a maximum of two per cent a year. But international tuition fees... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Dominant Calgary Stampeders defence feeling no satisfactionbit.” It’s not as if the Stamps aren’t savouring their run of good form, thoug
Dominant Calgary Stampeders defence feeling no satisfaction
Calgary Sun / Posted 20 hours ago
bit.” It’s not as if the Stamps aren’t savouring their run of good form, though. Since a tight 44-41 victory over the B.C. Lions on July 29, the Stamps have held the Saskatchewan Roughriders to 15 and 10 points in consecutive games before... Read more
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Penticton Western News
B.C. wildfire costs top $100M, but still less than in 2015B.C. has spent $103 million fighting wildfires across the province since the fi
B.C. wildfire costs top $100M, but still less than in 2015
Penticton Western News / Posted 20 hours ago
B.C. has spent $103 million fighting wildfires across the province since the fire season began April 1. Information officer Claire Allen of the BC Wildfire Service says that is less than half the amount spent in B.C. over the same period last... Read more
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Salmon Arm Observer
B.C. wildfire costs top $100M, but still less than in 2015B.C. has spent $103 million fighting wildfires across the province since the fi
B.C. wildfire costs top $100M, but still less than in 2015
Salmon Arm Observer / Posted 20 hours ago
B.C. has spent $103 million fighting wildfires across the province since the fire season began April 1. Information officer Claire Allen of the BC Wildfire Service says that is less than half the amount spent in B.C. over the same period last... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
B.C. wildfire costs top $100M, but still less than in 2015B.C. has spent $103 million fighting wildfires across the province since the fi
B.C. wildfire costs top $100M, but still less than in 2015
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 20 hours ago
B.C. has spent $103 million fighting wildfires across the province since the fire season began April 1. Information officer Claire Allen of the BC Wildfire Service says that is less than half the amount spent in B.C. over the same period last... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Long-married couple living in different B.C. care homes grieves separationduring their decades of marriage, but for the past eight months Wolfram has liv
Long-married couple living in different B.C. care homes grieves separation
The Globe and Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
during their decades of marriage, but for the past eight months Wolfram has lived alone in the Yale Road Centre in Surrey, B.C. He suffers from dementia and had to move to the transitional facility in January after experiencing congestive heart... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
B.C. wildfire costs top $100M, but still less than in 2015B.C. has spent $103 million fighting wildfires across the province since the fi
B.C. wildfire costs top $100M, but still less than in 2015
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 20 hours ago
B.C. has spent $103 million fighting wildfires across the province since the fire season began April 1. Information officer Claire Allen of the BC Wildfire Service says that is less than half the amount spent in B.C. over the same period last... Read more
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BC Local News
B.C. wildfire costs top $100M, but still less than in 2015B.C. has spent $103 million fighting wildfires across the province since the fi
B.C. wildfire costs top $100M, but still less than in 2015
BC Local News / Posted 21 hours ago
B.C. has spent $103 million fighting wildfires across the province since the fire season began April 1. Information officer Claire Allen of the BC Wildfire Service says that is less than half the amount spent in B.C. over the same period last... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Walmart supports Breakfast Club of Canada campaignCanada addresses that need. Last year Dubray said the Breakfast Club of Canada
Walmart supports Breakfast Club of Canada campaign
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 21 hours ago
Canada addresses that need. Last year Dubray said the Breakfast Club of Canada program fed more than 1,000,000 students in B.C. In addition to Marie Sharpe there is also a breakfast club at Anahim Lake Elementary-Junior Secondary School. The Marie... Read more
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BC Local News
Former CO who refused to kill bear cubs hopes to run in provincial election on Vancouver Islandoutcry and support from comedian Ricky Gervais. "Because I did not kill the be
Former CO who refused to kill bear cubs hopes to run in provincial election on Vancouver Island
BC Local News / Posted 22 hours ago
outcry and support from comedian Ricky Gervais. "Because I did not kill the bear cubs, I was removed from my job by the B.C. Government,” said Casavant. “The public rallied behind me with over 300,000 supporters and tens of thousands of... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Former CO who refused to kill bear cubs hopes to run in provincial election on Vancouver Islandoutcry and support from comedian Ricky Gervais. "Because I did not kill the be
Former CO who refused to kill bear cubs hopes to run in provincial election on Vancouver Island
Comox Valley Record / Posted 22 hours ago
outcry and support from comedian Ricky Gervais. "Because I did not kill the bear cubs, I was removed from my job by the B.C. Government,” said Casavant. “The public rallied behind me with over 300,000 supporters and tens of thousands of... Read more
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Lake Country Calendar
B.C.'s minimum wage increases on Sept. 15for hours in excess of eight hours a day, or for hours worked on a Statutory Ho
B.C.'s minimum wage increases on Sept. 15
Lake Country Calendar / Posted 22 hours ago
for hours in excess of eight hours a day, or for hours worked on a Statutory Holiday. Overtime pay is not a requirement in agriculture and it is normal in B.C. and in all other jurisdictions that overtime is not paid in agriculture harv... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
B.C.'s minimum wage increases on Sept. 15for hours in excess of eight hours a day, or for hours worked on a Statutory Ho
B.C.'s minimum wage increases on Sept. 15
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 22 hours ago
for hours in excess of eight hours a day, or for hours worked on a Statutory Holiday. Overtime pay is not a requirement in agriculture and it is normal in B.C. and in all other jurisdictions that overtime is not paid in agriculture harv... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Vernon Vipers face Centennials tonightStar Staff Milwaukee rookie Grant Cruikshank pocketed 1+2 as the Penticton Vee
Vernon Vipers face Centennials tonight
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 22 hours ago
Star Staff Milwaukee rookie Grant Cruikshank pocketed 1+2 as the Penticton Vees brushed back the Vernon Vipers 4-1 in B.C. Hockey League exhibition play Thursday night at Kal Tire Place. The Vipers opted to dress a younger squad with only a... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Regional District of Nanaimo hires Phyllis Carlyle as CAOwas chosen by the regional district board after a Canada-wide search. Carlyle
Regional District of Nanaimo hires Phyllis Carlyle as CAO
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 23 hours ago
was chosen by the regional district board after a Canada-wide search. Carlyle has both a law degree from the University of B.C, as well as a master of science degree from the University of Calgary. Carlyle will replace former CAO Paul Thorkelsson,... Read more
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BC Local News
Vernon Vipers face Centennials tonightStar Staff Milwaukee rookie Grant Cruikshank pocketed 1+2 as the Penticton Vee
Vernon Vipers face Centennials tonight
BC Local News / Posted 23 hours ago
Star Staff Milwaukee rookie Grant Cruikshank pocketed 1+2 as the Penticton Vees brushed back the Vernon Vipers 4-1 in B.C. Hockey League exhibition play Thursday night at Kal Tire Place. The Vipers opted to dress a younger squad with only a... Read more
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BC Local News
B.C.'s minimum wage increases on Sept. 15for hours in excess of eight hours a day, or for hours worked on a Statutory Ho
B.C.'s minimum wage increases on Sept. 15
BC Local News / Posted 23 hours ago
for hours in excess of eight hours a day, or for hours worked on a Statutory Holiday. Overtime pay is not a requirement in agriculture and it is normal in B.C. and in all other jurisdictions that overtime is not paid in agriculture harv... Read more
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BC Local News
Hallmark set to start filming movie in Oliver on Sunday9 p.m. on the Hallmark Channel in the US. After just finishing filming Hallmar
Hallmark set to start filming movie in Oliver on Sunday
BC Local News / Posted 23 hours ago
9 p.m. on the Hallmark Channel in the US. After just finishing filming Hallmark’s Summer Love movie series in mid-July in B.C., Rachael Leigh Cook (Robot Chicken, Perception) is back in B.C. to star in Autumn in the Vineyard. The story is based... Read more
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BC Local News
Regional District of Nanaimo hires Phyllis Carlyle as CAOwas chosen by the regional district board after a Canada-wide search. Carlyle
Regional District of Nanaimo hires Phyllis Carlyle as CAO
BC Local News / Posted 23 hours ago
was chosen by the regional district board after a Canada-wide search. Carlyle has both a law degree from the University of B.C, as well as a master of science degree from the University of Calgary. Carlyle will replace former CAO Paul Thorkelsson,... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Ryan Glanville looks to lead TRU to playoffsUBC and University of Victoria. The 32-year-old Glanville has seen his soccer
Ryan Glanville looks to lead TRU to playoffs
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 23 hours ago
UBC and University of Victoria. The 32-year-old Glanville has seen his soccer career come full circle and is back in the B.C. interior applying his trade. After starring at Columneetza Secondary, Glanville went on to play the final two years of... Read more
23h
Brandon Sun
Patrick Reed builds a 2-shot lead at Bethpage Black; Canada's Hadwin tied for 5thSpieth overcame a double bogey to start his round with a 67. He was four shots
Patrick Reed builds a 2-shot lead at Bethpage Black; Canada's Hadwin tied for 5th
Brandon Sun / Posted 23 hours ago
Spieth overcame a double bogey to start his round with a 67. He was four shots back. Adam Hadwin of Abbotsford, B.C., is in a tie for fifth after shooting a 68 to sit at 4 under for the tournament. David Hearn of Brantford, Ont., shot a... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Hallmark set to start filming movie in Oliver on Sunday9 p.m. on the Hallmark Channel in the US. After just finishing filming Hallmar
Hallmark set to start filming movie in Oliver on Sunday
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 23 hours ago
9 p.m. on the Hallmark Channel in the US. After just finishing filming Hallmark’s Summer Love movie series in mid-July in B.C., Rachael Leigh Cook (Robot Chicken, Perception) is back in B.C. to star in Autumn in the Vineyard. The story is based... Read more
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Lake Country Calendar
Hallmark set to start filming movie in Oliver on Sunday9 p.m. on the Hallmark Channel in the US. After just finishing filming Hallmar
Hallmark set to start filming movie in Oliver on Sunday
Lake Country Calendar / Posted 23 hours ago
9 p.m. on the Hallmark Channel in the US. After just finishing filming Hallmark’s Summer Love movie series in mid-July in B.C., Rachael Leigh Cook (Robot Chicken, Perception) is back in B.C. to star in Autumn in the Vineyard. The story is based... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Central Okanagan Regional District to prepare a report on future North Westside governanceoption is forming a municipality. The area’s population is between 1,000 and 1,
Central Okanagan Regional District to prepare a report on future North Westside governance
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 23 hours ago
option is forming a municipality. The area’s population is between 1,000 and 1,500, which isn’t an uncommon scenario in B.C. “We’d be very close to Lumby in size,” said Carson, adding that the North Westside has a significant residential... Read more
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