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BC Local News
River water beaten outit because it’s fabulous at the source.” The city’s drinking water comes from
River water beaten out
BC Local News / Posted 4 hours ago
it because it’s fabulous at the source.” The city’s drinking water comes from John Hart Lake. It then passes through the BC Hydro penstocks at the generating station and from there the water goes through the city’s ultra violet disinfection... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
River water beaten outit because it’s fabulous at the source.” The city’s drinking water comes from
River water beaten out
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 4 hours ago
it because it’s fabulous at the source.” The city’s drinking water comes from John Hart Lake. It then passes through the BC Hydro penstocks at the generating station and from there the water goes through the city’s ultra violet disinfection... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Water wise: Logging one of 29 identifed risks to our watera popular recreation destination. Critically, the watershed also provides impor
Water wise: Logging one of 29 identifed risks to our water
Comox Valley Record / Posted yesterday
a popular recreation destination. Critically, the watershed also provides important fish and wildlife habitat. Of course, BC Hydro is also a major player since it draws water from the Puntledge River for power generation. All of this leads to a... Read more
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BC Local News
Green Bay Road structure fire deemed 'suspicious'personal belongings. WKFR responded with a total of 25 personnel who were suppo
Green Bay Road structure fire deemed 'suspicious'
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
personal belongings. WKFR responded with a total of 25 personnel who were supported by West Kelowna RCMP, BC Ambulance, BC Hydro and Fortis Gas. There were guests and staff in and around the building at the time of the fire. In this case; WKFR... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Green Bay Road structure fire deemed 'suspicious'personal belongings. WKFR responded with a total of 25 personnel who were suppo
Green Bay Road structure fire deemed 'suspicious'
Kelowna Capital News / Posted yesterday
personal belongings. WKFR responded with a total of 25 personnel who were supported by West Kelowna RCMP, BC Ambulance, BC Hydro and Fortis Gas. There were guests and staff in and around the building at the time of the fire. In this case; WKFR... Read more
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BC Local News
Mount Cheam in focus for Chilliwack photo contestviews of Mount Cheam and the Mount Thurston Range looking toward the east. The
Mount Cheam in focus for Chilliwack photo contest
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
views of Mount Cheam and the Mount Thurston Range looking toward the east. The winning photograph will be used to wrap the BC Hydro kiosk, located outside the Cheam Leisure Centre. The Public Art Advisory Committee has been tasked with judging... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Mount Cheam in focus for Chilliwack photo contestviews of Mount Cheam and the Mount Thurston Range looking toward the east. The
Mount Cheam in focus for Chilliwack photo contest
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
views of Mount Cheam and the Mount Thurston Range looking toward the east. The winning photograph will be used to wrap the BC Hydro kiosk, located outside the Cheam Leisure Centre. The Public Art Advisory Committee has been tasked with judging... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Sooke News Mirror / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Summerland Review
Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Summerland Review / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Terrace Standard
Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Terrace Standard / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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The Northern View
Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
Global warming industry cries wolf, again
The Northern View / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Fernie Free Press / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Nelson Star
Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Nelson Star / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Rossland News
Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Rossland News / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Maple Ridge News / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Revelstoke Review / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Kootenay Advertiser
Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Kootenay Advertiser / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Kelowna Capital News / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Vernon Morning Star / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Surrey Leader
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Surrey Leader / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Alberni Valley News / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Abbotsford News
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Abbotsford News / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Comox Valley Record / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Castlegar News
Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Castlegar News / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Campbell River Mirror / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Peace Arch News
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Peace Arch News / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Oak Bay News
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Penticton Western News
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Penticton Western News / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Aldergrove Star / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Langley Times
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Langley Times / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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Mission City Record
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, againclimate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm.
BC VIEWS: Global warming industry cries wolf, again
Mission City Record / Posted yesterday
climate wisdom is that B.C. will see more total rainfall as temperatures warm. This is a matter of significance to BC Hydro, which recently released its latest power supply and demand forecast. I asked BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald at a... Read more
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BC Local News
Fiery crash leaves one dead in Metchosinthe scene, restored power and had the vehicle removed from the area. The crash
Fiery crash leaves one dead in Metchosin
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
the scene, restored power and had the vehicle removed from the area. The crash knocked out power to more than 1,000 BC Hydro customers for several hours. Preliminary reports, according to the West Shore RCMP, indicate speed may be a... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Fiery crash leaves one dead in Metchosinthe scene, restored power and had the vehicle removed from the area. The crash
Fiery crash leaves one dead in Metchosin
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
the scene, restored power and had the vehicle removed from the area. The crash knocked out power to more than 1,000 BC Hydro customers for several hours. Preliminary reports, according to the West Shore RCMP, indicate speed may be a... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
BC Hydro unsure about cause of unplanned power outagesubstation. An electrician was dispatched immediately and initiated switching p
BC Hydro unsure about cause of unplanned power outage
Fernie Free Press / Posted 2 days ago
substation. An electrician was dispatched immediately and initiated switching procedures to safely restore the power,” said BC Hydro representative, Diane Tammen. “The equipment was checked and the cause of the outage is unknown. Further... Read more
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BC Local News
Local Elementary Schools win awardsas over 775 projects from previous years, are permanently archived at bcgreeng
Local Elementary Schools win awards
BC Local News / Posted 4 days ago
as over 775 projects from previous years, are permanently archived at bcgreengames.ca. Thanks to sponsors Encorp Pacific, BC Hydro, Call2Recycle and Electronic Products Recycling Association, 102 sustainability projects were supported and over 50... Read more
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BC Local News
Bridges across Canadacame from the Trans Canada Trail, Columbia Basin Trust, Rec Sites and Trails(pr
Bridges across Canada
BC Local News / Posted 6 days ago
came from the Trans Canada Trail, Columbia Basin Trust, Rec Sites and Trails(province), National Trails Coalition, BC Hydro and local donors. Phase 2 saw resurfacing of the rail trail for 3.5 kms near Wardner as well as a short section at... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Enrolment increases in Qualicum school district for second year in a rowand other infrastructure work at the district's facilities have also netted a s
Enrolment increases in Qualicum school district for second year in a row
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 9 days ago
and other infrastructure work at the district's facilities have also netted a savings in utility costs, despite another BC Hydro rate increase. "There's a savings adjustment to be had, on account of some of the work our trades people have been... Read more
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BC Local News
Enrolment increases in Qualicum school district for second year in a rowand other infrastructure work at the district's facilities have also netted a s
Enrolment increases in Qualicum school district for second year in a row
BC Local News / Posted 9 days ago
and other infrastructure work at the district's facilities have also netted a savings in utility costs, despite another BC Hydro rate increase. "There's a savings adjustment to be had, on account of some of the work our trades people have been... Read more
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BC Local News
School board responds to Maple Ridge-Mission MLA's letterin 2013/14 by $0.93 million and will decrease in 2016/17 by $1.21 million.) •
School board responds to Maple Ridge-Mission MLA's letter
BC Local News / Posted 10 days ago
in 2013/14 by $0.93 million and will decrease in 2016/17 by $1.21 million.) • Annual MSP increases of 4%; • Annual BC Hydro increases ranging from 4% to 9%; • Other inflationary costs. News media throughout the province are documenting... Read more
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BC Local News
Alcohol may be factor for truck vs power pole in Brookswoodother two passengers, both Langley men in their 20s, were taken to Langley Memo
Alcohol may be factor for truck vs power pole in Brookswood
BC Local News / Posted 10 days ago
other two passengers, both Langley men in their 20s, were taken to Langley Memorial where they were treated and released. BC Hydro had to be called in to shut off the live wires and to replace the power pole. Power was out in the area for a little... Read more
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Langley Times
Alcohol may be factor for truck vs power pole in Brookswoodother two passengers, both Langley men in their 20s, were taken to Langley Memo
Alcohol may be factor for truck vs power pole in Brookswood
Langley Times / Posted 10 days ago
other two passengers, both Langley men in their 20s, were taken to Langley Memorial where they were treated and released. BC Hydro had to be called in to shut off the live wires and to replace the power pole. Power was out in the area for a little... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
North Island Hospitals Project leading the way in energy conservation and carbon emission reductionsare going to serve as models when other hospitals are planned in the future.”
North Island Hospitals Project leading the way in energy conservation and carbon emission reductions
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 12 days ago
are going to serve as models when other hospitals are planned in the future.” “Congratulations to Island Health, BC Hydro, FortisBC and your construction partners,” said Energy and Mines Minister Bill Bennett. “Working together on the new... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Les Wetselaar identified as Columbia River drowning victimand on foot searching for Wetselaar, with no luck. The searched from Centennial
Les Wetselaar identified as Columbia River drowning victim
Revelstoke Review / Posted 13 days ago
and on foot searching for Wetselaar, with no luck. The searched from Centennial Park all the way to the 12 Mile Flats. BC Hydro reduced the flow of water into the river to help with the search. Staff-Sgt. Kurt Grabinsky of the Revelstoke RCMP... Read more
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