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Indira Gandhi as prime minister led India in a war that culminated in the creation of Bangladesh. She was titled �Empress of India� by the London Economist. Atal Bihari Vajpayee called her Durga. In a...
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2014/09/02 23:55
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Top TransLink executives were all paid more overall in 2013 despite recent claims that the transportation authority had frozen management salaries and ended bonuses. In addition to $83,700 from two...
2014/09/02 23:35
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Alberta, being a landlocked province, may not seem like a place where medal winning wakeboarders come from but a local 15 year old, Nakita Schaab, won gold at the 2014 Canadian Wakeboard Championships...
2014/09/02 23:34
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School may still be out, but fun, hands on learning is in at the Okanagan Science Centre. The Okanagan Science Centre has wound up another great summer of science camps and is rolling right into day...
2014/09/02 23:26
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KAMLOOPS, B.C. - One of two brothers from Calgary who reportedly travelled overseas to join a terrorist group in Syria was a quiet but social young man who didn't talk about religion during a short...
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Live harness racing returns to Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino this Thursday and Friday, ushering in the fall season after the summer break. The first race gets underway at 6 p.m. Sept. 4 – a...
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A star studded affair Semi Annual Cat Show and Northwest Regional Awards Banquet, Sept. 5-7 at Pacific Inn, 1160 King George Hwy, White Rock. Hours: Friday, Sept. 5, from 4:30-9 p.m., and from 9 a.m....
2014/09/02 23:20
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The Victoria Peoples Drug Mart Walk for ALS will be held on Sept. 14 in parking lot 6 at the University of Victoria. Registration is at 11:30 a.m. The walk begins at 1 p.m. The event includes guest...
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The stars finally aligned for the University of Northern British Columbia Timberwolves women’s soccer team to go on a bonding retreat, and for some it was actually a trip home. Since their debut in...
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Dante Fabbro is tempering expectations for his play entering his rookie British Columbia Hockey League season with the Penticton Vees. Fabbro, 16, is maintaining a level attitude as he makes the jump...
2014/09/02 23:17
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Editor: Don’t the people of British Columbia elect a government to determine public policy, including school policy? Or did they elect a government to negotiate with an unelected third party as to...
2014/09/02 23:16
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WHILE Harry Houdini prided himself on leaving audiences from around the world mystified at his illusions and escapes, modern science has revealed how he accomplished many of his spectacles of...
2014/09/02 22:56
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Negotiations between the British Columbia Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) and the provincial government on Saturday went awry, leaving parents, teachers and students with more bad news; school will not...
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Having seen the ins and outs of business first-hand, Dean Barbour now wants to bring that to council and grow Maple Ridge’s economy. Barbour, former executive-director for the Maple Ridge-Pitt...
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Few, if any, investors in the world can boast of having what Norbert Schlenker has – their very own Gambit. “Oh, I think lots of people have gambits; they just don’t have them named after them,” says...
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Greater Victoria scale model builders are looking for the most promising young model builders. And there will be plenty of prizes when the winners are announced at the annual Island Classic Model...
2014/09/02 22:19
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This is the third and final story on the Penticton Soccer Club to commemorate its 60th anniversary. Rewind to June 27, 2004, and the Penticton Soccer Club (PSC) celebrated its 50th anniversary by...
2014/09/02 22:15
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By Tyler Olsen and Alex Butler, with files from Jeff Nagel Binders remained closed, pencils stayed sharp and new shoes were left unscuffed as the ongoing teachers' strike forced the cancellation of...
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KAMLOOPS, B.C. - A black inmate is suing the province of British Columbia, alleging he was targeted by the Ku Klux Klan behind bars and endured “torture” at the hands of a sheriff and a guard. Oneil...
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You expect students to be on edge at the prospect of returning to school – while parents breathe a quiet sigh of relief after a long summer. But thanks to the ongoing labour dispute, our nerves are...
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