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2014/09/30 16:19
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What if there was an essential service – one that millions of people would surely be willing to pay money for – that no one in the private sector wanted to invest in? “When it comes to something like...
2014/09/30 16:19
2014/09/30 16:19
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2014/09/28 21:15
2014/09/28 21:15
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A long time Mission resident is making his first run for municipal office. Jim Hinds has lived in Mission for more than 30 years and has always kept a close eye on the operations at municipal...
2014/09/27 19:22
2014/09/27 19:22
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The word on the grapevine is that would-be vintners will soon have valuable information at their fingertips in the Arrow Lakes region, thanks to an Arrow Lakes Grape Growers Society climate study...
2014/09/27 10:33
2014/09/27 10:33
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What I found from a couple of hours reviewing the evidence on smart meters led me to come to the same conclusion as that of Dr. James Lu, Richmond’s medical health officer, and Dr. Perry Kendall, the...
2014/09/26 22:30
2014/09/26 22:30
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Another mayoral candidate has stepped forward, vowing that "change" will be his operative word. On Friday, John Edwards, a former health care professional, formally announced he is running for Surrey...
2014/09/25 22:21
2014/09/25 22:21
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Thanks to the generosity of our community, a new climate control system was installed in the Nature House last winter. Now that both winter chill and summer heat have put the system through its paces,...
2014/09/25 21:23
2014/09/25 21:23
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Andrea Craddock, president of the Campbell River, Courtenay & District Labour Council, has set her sights on a city council seat. Having served on a number of executive committees in community...
2014/09/25 17:36
2014/09/25 17:36
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The two new plants will have a combined annual production capacity of 175,000 tonnes of wood pellets.Sep 24, 2014 - Canfor said that its plans to construct a pellet plant at each of its Chetwynd and...
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2014/09/24 23:19
2014/09/24 23:19
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New pellet plants will be constructed at the Chetwynd and Fort St. John Canfor sawmills, it was announced September 24. According to a release, the total investment will be for $58 million. The two...
2014/09/24 20:39
2014/09/24 20:39
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With a decision imminent on the Site C hydroelectric project in northeastern British Columbia, area First Nations have delivered a message to the provincial government: You can have the dam or you can...
2014/09/24 20:24
2014/09/24 20:24
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The Courtenay Fire Department training ground in East Courtenay has taken another step forward, as tree cutting and site preparation began this week. The 3.36-acre property is located on Waters Place...
2014/09/24 20:24
2014/09/24 20:24
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With about 30,000 hair salons in Canada using sprays, dyes and foils, the industry’s environmental impact is significant. So when Leanne Boyd, owner of Level 10 Eurospa, discovered that her salon...
2014/09/24 16:55
2014/09/24 16:55
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Riverview Park elementary students in Coqutlam got an unscheduled break this morning, Wednesday, when their school was closed due to a power outage. According to BC Hydro, the outage is in the area...
2014/09/24 14:06
2014/09/24 14:06
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VICTORIA – This summer, BC Hydro starts installing 1.8 million smart meters to eventually upgrade every electricity customer in the province. This is controversial for several reasons. First, they’re...
2014/09/24 06:26
2014/09/24 06:26
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Abbotsford residents have raised questions about the proposed Stave Lake Water Project, as a referendum on the P3 plan will be part of the municipal election ballot on Nov. 19. City hall has offered...
2014/09/23 23:19
2014/09/23 23:19
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Statistics Canada’s latest population projections do not bode well for B.C.’s future on a number of counts. The federal agency has B.C. falling to fourth-largest province in the country, with Alberta...
2014/09/23 22:24
2014/09/23 22:24
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After losing in court and and before the B.C. Utilities Commission, a citizens' group opposed to wireless electrical meters has been denied a hearing before the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal. The...
2014/09/22 19:22
2014/09/22 19:22
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Just because BC Hydro is a utilities company doesn’t mean the Crown corporation wants customers racking up large bills, according to smart meter program manager Ken Bell. Facing a potential $8...
2014/09/22 09:21
2014/09/22 09:21
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BC Hydro has been replacing power poles throughout the city for the last several weeks. The wooden power poles that line streets throughout the province weaken due to weather, insects, birds and...
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2014/09/22 09:18
2014/09/22 09:18
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The importance of going green wasn’t lost on Rudy Faessler at the Greater Vancouver Zoo on Saturday, June 2. While speaking with BC Hydro community outreach representative Michael Megalli, Rudy...
2014/09/30 16:19
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