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BC Local News
A giant in the hockey world: Langley-based Giants’ prez inducted into hall of fameThe guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contrib
BC Local News / Posted an hour ago
The guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contributions to hockey in B.C. Ron Toigo, president and majority owner of the Langley-based hockey team was inducted into the B Hockey Hall of Fame Friday evening in... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
A giant in the hockey world: Langley-based Giants’ prez inducted into hall of fameThe guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contrib
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 2 hours ago
The guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contributions to hockey in B.C. Ron Toigo, president and majority owner of the Langley-based hockey team was inducted into the B Hockey Hall of Fame Friday evening in... Read more
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Abbotsford News
A giant in the hockey world: Langley-based Giants’ prez inducted into hall of fameThe guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contrib
Abbotsford News / Posted 2 hours ago
The guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contributions to hockey in B.C. Ron Toigo, president and majority owner of the Langley-based hockey team was inducted into the B Hockey Hall of Fame Friday evening in... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
A giant in the hockey world: Langley-based Giants’ prez inducted into hall of fameThe guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contrib
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 2 hours ago
The guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contributions to hockey in B.C. Ron Toigo, president and majority owner of the Langley-based hockey team was inducted into the B Hockey Hall of Fame Friday evening in... Read more
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Peace Arch News
A giant in the hockey world: Langley-based Giants’ prez inducted into hall of fameThe guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contrib
Peace Arch News / Posted 2 hours ago
The guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contributions to hockey in B.C. Ron Toigo, president and majority owner of the Langley-based hockey team was inducted into the B Hockey Hall of Fame Friday evening in... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
A giant in the hockey world: Langley-based Giants’ prez inducted into hall of fameThe guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contrib
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 2 hours ago
The guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contributions to hockey in B.C. Ron Toigo, president and majority owner of the Langley-based hockey team was inducted into the B Hockey Hall of Fame Friday evening in... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
A giant in the hockey world: Langley-based Giants’ prez inducted into hall of fameThe guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contrib
Aldergrove Star / Posted 2 hours ago
The guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contributions to hockey in B.C. Ron Toigo, president and majority owner of the Langley-based hockey team was inducted into the B Hockey Hall of Fame Friday evening in... Read more
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Mission City Record
A giant in the hockey world: Langley-based Giants’ prez inducted into hall of fameThe guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contrib
Mission City Record / Posted 2 hours ago
The guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contributions to hockey in B.C. Ron Toigo, president and majority owner of the Langley-based hockey team was inducted into the B Hockey Hall of Fame Friday evening in... Read more
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Hope Standard
A giant in the hockey world: Langley-based Giants’ prez inducted into hall of fameThe guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contrib
Hope Standard / Posted 2 hours ago
The guy at the helm of the Vancouver Giants was lauded for his years of contributions to hockey in B.C. Ron Toigo, president and majority owner of the Langley-based hockey team was inducted into the B Hockey Hall of Fame Friday evening in... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
basketball, hockey, soccer, rugbyof the selection process for the 2017 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge to be hel
Chatham Daily News / Posted 3 hours ago
of the selection process for the 2017 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge to be held Nov. 5-11 in Dawson Creek and St. John, B.C. Ladd was the Rangers' first-round pick in the Ontario Hockey League draft in April. Havoc on winning streak The Kent... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Weld County Tributes for July 29North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley. She was born March 13, 1960, to Juan
Greeley Tribune / Posted 5 hours ago
North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley. She was born March 13, 1960, to Juan and Carmen (Beltran) Gallegos in Mexicali, B.C., Mexico. On March 17, 1984, she married Javier Chairez in Santa Ana, Calif. She lived in Greeley for 23 years. Ana Rosa... Read more
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BC Local News
Reilly leads Eskimos over Lions 37-26passed for two more as the Edmonton Eskimos took sole possession of first place
BC Local News / Posted 5 hours ago
passed for two more as the Edmonton Eskimos took sole possession of first place in the CFL with a 37-26 victory over the B.C. Lions on Friday. The Eskimos remained the only undefeated team in the league, upping their record to 5-0. The Lions... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
Somass Mill closure ‘a wakeup call’ says MP Gord Johnsthe the 77 hourly employees at the Somass sawmill.” Johns vowed to work with p
Alberni Valley News / Posted 6 hours ago
the the 77 hourly employees at the Somass sawmill.” Johns vowed to work with provincial counterparts to keep logs in B.C. for processing “and grow investments in reforestation.” Provincial Mid Island-Pacific Rim MLA Scott Fraser said he has... Read more
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TSN
Reilly leads Eskimos over Lions to remain undefeatedpassed for two more as the Edmonton Eskimos took sole possession of first place
TSN / Posted 6 hours ago
passed for two more as the Edmonton Eskimos took sole possession of first place in the CFL with a 37-26 victory over the B.C. Lions on Friday. The Eskimos remained the only undefeated team in the league, upping their record to 5-0. The Lions... Read more
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BC Local News
Somass Mill closure ‘a wakeup call’ says MP Gord Johnsthe the 77 hourly employees at the Somass sawmill." Johns vowed to work with p
BC Local News / Posted 6 hours ago
the the 77 hourly employees at the Somass sawmill." Johns vowed to work with provincial counterparts to keep logs in B.C. for processing "and grow investments in reforestation." Provincial Mid Island-Pacific Rim MLA Scott Fraser said he has... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Mike Reilly leads way as Eskimos beat Lions to remain undefeatedpassed for two more as the Edmonton Eskimos took sole possession of first place
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 6 hours ago
passed for two more as the Edmonton Eskimos took sole possession of first place in the CFL with a 37-26 victory over the B.C. Lions on Friday. The Eskimos remained the only undefeated team in the league, upping their record to 5-0. The Lions... Read more
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BC Local News
Whitecaps hoping to end FC Dallas road miserythe clubs are 2-2-2 overall in head-to-head matchups since the start of 2015. T
BC Local News / Posted 7 hours ago
the clubs are 2-2-2 overall in head-to-head matchups since the start of 2015. That includes last month's 1-1 draw at B.C. Place Stadium. Dallas striker Maximiliano Urruti leads his team with 11 goals, while midfielder Roland Lamah has... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Singh hits it like it’s 2004, is two shots off lead at Canadian Openand their similar builds, it was difficult to tell apart playing partners Hadwi
Calgary Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
and their similar builds, it was difficult to tell apart playing partners Hadwin and Nick Taylor, buddies from Abbotsford, B.C., as they strode up the fairways together. Both were wearing white hats, red shirts, and white pants. Hadwin’s beard was... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Only two of 17 Canadians make cut at Canadian Openfor himself. “Obviously, I just shot myself in the foot yesterday,” said Hadwi
Calgary Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
for himself. “Obviously, I just shot myself in the foot yesterday,” said Hadwin, who was paired with fellow Abbotsford, B.C. golfer Taylor. “But I’m happy with the progress and hopefully it will continue into the WGC tournament next... Read more
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CTV News
Graham DeLaet, Mackenzie Hughes last Canadians in field at Canadian Opento have Graham in there and not to be the Lone Ranger going out there on the we
CTV News / Posted 10 hours ago
to have Graham in there and not to be the Lone Ranger going out there on the weekend." Nick Taylor (72) of Abbotsford, B.C., David Hearn (72) of Brantford, Ont., Bryn Parry (71) of North Vancouver, B.C., and amateur Hugo Bernard (70) of... Read more
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TSN
DeLaet, Hughes, last Canadians in field at Canadian Opento have Graham in there and not to be the Lone Ranger going out there on the we
TSN / Posted 10 hours ago
to have Graham in there and not to be the Lone Ranger going out there on the weekend." Nick Taylor (72) of Abbotsford, B.C., David Hearn (72) of Brantford, Ont., Bryn Parry (71) of North Vancouver, B.C., and amateur Hugo Bernard (70) of... Read more
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BC Local News
Director making good on a wider stagein the midst of rehearsals for their latest production – she will help plan the
BC Local News / Posted 10 hours ago
in the midst of rehearsals for their latest production – she will help plan the Arts Club's next season when she arrives in B.C. in October. Her assignment will also allow her to continue practising her craft by directing three shows a year, she... Read more
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BC Local News
Cox among BC Entertainment Hall of Fame inducteesDoug Cox, the producer/artistic director of Vancouver Island MusicFest, is amon
BC Local News / Posted 10 hours ago
Doug Cox, the producer/artistic director of Vancouver Island MusicFest, is among nine new inductees into the B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame, joining 275-plus previous inductees recognized for their contribution to the province's entertainment... Read more
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BC Local News
TNG’s injunction against Taseko drilling permit in Supreme Court MondayRepresentatives of the Tsilhqot'in National Government will be in B.C. Supreme
BC Local News / Posted 10 hours ago
Representatives of the Tsilhqot'in National Government will be in B.C. Supreme Court in Victoria on Monday as they have filed an injunction against a recently issued drilling permit to Taseko Mines for its New Prosperity Mine project. "We are... Read more
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The Tyee
Christy Clark Resigns as Leader of the BC Liberal Partywill be held in the next six months. Clark’s Liberals lost a confidence motion
The Tyee / Posted 10 hours ago
will be held in the next six months. Clark’s Liberals lost a confidence motion on the throne speech June 29 after B.C. found itself in a hung parliament situation following the May 9 election. The final seat tally was 43 seats for the BC... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
What’s happening with Anna Zeitnerin the Okanagan-Shuswap. From Centre of Gravity in Kelowna, to a Pride picnic
Revelstoke Review / Posted 11 hours ago
in the Okanagan-Shuswap. From Centre of Gravity in Kelowna, to a Pride picnic in Salmon Arm, to the Enderby Arts Festival, to a Cider Festival at Big White, it’s a great time to be in the B.C. Interior with so many events taking place. Check it o... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
What’s happening with Anna Zeitnerin the Okanagan-Shuswap. From Centre of Gravity in Kelowna, to a Pride picnic
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 11 hours ago
in the Okanagan-Shuswap. From Centre of Gravity in Kelowna, to a Pride picnic in Salmon Arm, to the Enderby Arts Festival, to a Cider Festival at Big White, it’s a great time to be in the B.C. Interior with so many events taking place. Check it o... Read more
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Similkameen Spotlight
What’s happening with Anna Zeitnerin the Okanagan-Shuswap. From Centre of Gravity in Kelowna, to a Pride picnic
Similkameen Spotlight / Posted 11 hours ago
in the Okanagan-Shuswap. From Centre of Gravity in Kelowna, to a Pride picnic in Salmon Arm, to the Enderby Arts Festival, to a Cider Festival at Big White, it’s a great time to be in the B.C. Interior with so many events taking place. Check it o... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
What’s happening with Anna Zeitnerin the Okanagan-Shuswap. From Centre of Gravity in Kelowna, to a Pride picnic
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 11 hours ago
in the Okanagan-Shuswap. From Centre of Gravity in Kelowna, to a Pride picnic in Salmon Arm, to the Enderby Arts Festival, to a Cider Festival at Big White, it’s a great time to be in the B.C. Interior with so many events taking place. Check it o... Read more
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BC Local News
Power consumption rises in Red Deermeet the demand on Thursday. "The winds picked up yesterday which helped us ou
BC Local News / Posted 11 hours ago
meet the demand on Thursday. "The winds picked up yesterday which helped us out and we had some power imports mainly from B.C. which helped us out so we were in good shape," Powell said. Next week another string of hot days are in the forecast... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Cox among BC Entertainment Hall of Fame inducteesDoug Cox, the producer/artistic director of Vancouver Island MusicFest, is amon
Comox Valley Record / Posted 11 hours ago
Doug Cox, the producer/artistic director of Vancouver Island MusicFest, is among nine new inductees into the B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame, joining 275-plus previous inductees recognized for their contribution to the province’s entertainment... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
Director making good on a wider stagein the midst of rehearsals for their latest production – she will help plan the
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 11 hours ago
in the midst of rehearsals for their latest production – she will help plan the Arts Club’s next season when she arrives in B.C. in October. Her assignment will also allow her to continue practising her craft by directing three shows a year, she... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
TNG’s injunction against Taseko drilling permit in Supreme Court MondayRepresentatives of the Tsilhqot’in National Government will be in B.C. Supreme
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 11 hours ago
Representatives of the Tsilhqot’in National Government will be in B.C. Supreme Court in Victoria on Monday as they have filed an injunction against a recently issued drilling permit to Taseko Mines for its New Prosperity Mine project. “We are... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Director making good on a wider stagein the midst of rehearsals for their latest production – she will help plan the
Peace Arch News / Posted 11 hours ago
in the midst of rehearsals for their latest production – she will help plan the Arts Club’s next season when she arrives in B.C. in October. Her assignment will also allow her to continue practising her craft by directing three shows a year, she... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Four towns ask province to reassess logging plans in K-Countryneeds of our communities – in the Kananaskis region and across the province."
Calgary Sun / Posted 11 hours ago
needs of our communities – in the Kananaskis region and across the province." CCI Inc. is running the logging on behalf of B.C.-based Balcaen Consolidated Contracting. The company claimed they've held many consultations, but acknowledged they have... Read more
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Sicamous Eagle Valley News
What’s happening with Anna Zeitnerin the Okanagan-Shuswap. From Centre of Gravity in Kelowna, to a Pride picnic
Sicamous Eagle Valley News / Posted 11 hours ago
in the Okanagan-Shuswap. From Centre of Gravity in Kelowna, to a Pride picnic in Salmon Arm, to the Enderby Arts Festival, to a Cider Festival at Big White, it’s a great time to be in the B.C. Interior with so many events taking place. Check it o... Read more
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Keremeos Review
What’s happening with Anna Zeitnerin the Okanagan-Shuswap. From Centre of Gravity in Kelowna, to a Pride picnic
Keremeos Review / Posted 11 hours ago
in the Okanagan-Shuswap. From Centre of Gravity in Kelowna, to a Pride picnic in Salmon Arm, to the Enderby Arts Festival, to a Cider Festival at Big White, it’s a great time to be in the B.C. Interior with so many events taking place. Check it o... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Weir, Hill miss cutof the selection process for the 2017 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge to be hel
Sarnia Observer / Posted 11 hours ago
of the selection process for the 2017 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge to be held Nov. 5-11 in Dawson Creek and St. John, B.C. Tyke Pacers to provincials The Sarnia Pacers will play this weekend in the Ontario Lacrosse Association's Zone 7 tyke... Read more
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BC Local News
Tunnel, zipline to Newcastle Island considered by city and Snuneymuxwfor Newcastle, also called Saysutshun, with the first completed last year by co
BC Local News / Posted 12 hours ago
for Newcastle, also called Saysutshun, with the first completed last year by consultants for the City of Nanaimo, SFN and B.C. Parks, which manage the island together. Douglas White III, Snuneymuxw councillor, previously told the News Bulletin it... Read more
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BC Local News
Kayak and canoe athletes prep in Langley for Canada Summer Gamesof competitors and alternates were put through their paces on the Bedford Chann
BC Local News / Posted 12 hours ago
of competitors and alternates were put through their paces on the Bedford Channel by coach Blake Dalton of Canoe Kayak B.C. From just under 14 to 20 years old, the paddlers taking part Thursday were from the B.C. Men's Canoe Team and the B.C.... Read more
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BC Local News
Change in government rekindles Massey Bridge debatethe Surrey Board of Trade, the Greater Vancouver Gateway Council, and the Delta
BC Local News / Posted 12 hours ago
the Surrey Board of Trade, the Greater Vancouver Gateway Council, and the Delta, Richmond, South Surrey, White Rock and B.C. Chambers of Commerce. Delta North MLA Ravi Kahlon was one of the MLAs to receive Delta's report. He said there was... Read more
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BC Local News
Fraser Canyon MP Sidhu among the region’s top spendersaverage of all 338 MPs was $417,160. The average Tory spent $435,229 with the a
BC Local News / Posted 12 hours ago
average of all 338 MPs was $417,160. The average Tory spent $435,229 with the average Liberal across Canada – bucking the B.C. trend – spending just $405,152. The top spending MP in Ottawa was Alberta Conservative MP David Yurdiga ($567,464)... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Five vie to represent White Rocka three- to four-minute speech, and face off in a talent competition. There’s a
Peace Arch News / Posted 12 hours ago
a three- to four-minute speech, and face off in a talent competition. There’s also a knowledge test about White Rock and B.C. that features civic and historical questions. This year’s candidates interviewed long-term White Rock residents to gain... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Fire restriction order in B.C. being ignored by campersKAMLOOPS, B.C. — Officials are aghast that some people are still ignoring campf
Calgary Sun / Posted 12 hours ago
KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Officials are aghast that some people are still ignoring campfire restrictions in British Columbia as wildfires fuelled by hot, dry and gusty conditions continue to plague the province. RCMP Staff Sgt. Annie Linteau said Friday that... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Fraser Canyon MP Sidhu among the region’s top spendersaverage of all 338 MPs was $417,160. The average Tory spent $435,229 with the a
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 13 hours ago
average of all 338 MPs was $417,160. The average Tory spent $435,229 with the average Liberal across Canada – bucking the B.C. trend – spending just $405,152. The top spending MP in Ottawa was Alberta Conservative MP David Yurdiga ($567,464)... Read more
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BC Local News
900 pieces of hydro equipment damaged in wildfiresWildfires that ripped through the Central and Southern regions of the B.C. Inte
BC Local News / Posted 13 hours ago
Wildfires that ripped through the Central and Southern regions of the B.C. Interior destroyed not only homes and livelihood but also hundreds of pieces of hydro equipment. For the past three weeks nearly 200 BC Hydro crews have been working... Read more
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BC Local News
BC Hydro repairs equipment and credits billsWildfires that ripped through the Central and Southern regions of the B.C. Inte
BC Local News / Posted 13 hours ago
Wildfires that ripped through the Central and Southern regions of the B.C. Interior destroyed not only homes and livelihood but also hundreds of pieces of hydro equipment. For the past three weeks nearly 200 BC Hydro crews have been working... Read more
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BC Local News
MLAs won’t pursue Liberal leadershipLocal MLAs are already insisting they won't replace Christy Clark as B.C. Liber
BC Local News / Posted 13 hours ago
Local MLAs are already insisting they won't replace Christy Clark as B.C. Liberal leader. The party position is open after Clark announced she would step aside Friday. "There's no desire to run for leader," said Greg Kyllo, Shuswap MLA. "I am well... Read more
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BC Local News
Bonnington home burns downspreading into the surrounding forest and community. Fire crews from Beasley,
BC Local News / Posted 13 hours ago
spreading into the surrounding forest and community. Fire crews from Beasley, Blewett, Crescent Valley, Nelson and the B.C. Wildfire Service, as well as two Wildfire Service helicopters, responded to the fire at 3762 Thompson Road. Crews... Read more
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BC Local News
Animals rescued from fire lineIt's not only humans being displaced by wildfires raging across B.C., animals a
BC Local News / Posted 13 hours ago
It's not only humans being displaced by wildfires raging across B.C., animals are also caught up in the tragedy. The BC SPCA discovered a friendly dog wandering behind the fire line near Kamloops — the pup was in poor health and desperately needed... Read more
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