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2014/11/24 08:19
2014/11/24 08:19
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What's your relationship to your office window? This may seem like a funny question to ask, but windows can be some of the most complex aspects of the office environment. During the day, windows...
2014/11/24 08:19
2014/11/24 08:19
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2014/11/23 10:43
2014/11/23 10:43
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Revelstoke city council settled in and seemed to hit their stride at their second town hall meeting held at the Revelstoke Community Centre May 17. While the first meeting in November 2010 arguably...
2014/11/23 00:43
2014/11/23 00:43
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The Trans-Canada Highway was closed most of the day after a semi crashed and took out a power pole Saturday morning. The incident took place three kilometres west of Three Galley Gap at around 8:30...
2014/11/21 00:56
2014/11/21 00:56
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The Nelson Police Department is advising residents and businesses about a telephone scam that has been reported. Businesses are contacted and advised that the caller is from a local hydro company and...
2014/11/21 00:23
2014/11/21 00:23
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A logging truck went over the bank on the Gold River Highway near Echo Lake this afternoon at 2 p.m., Campbell River RCMP reported. BC Ambulance Service attended and transported the driver to...
2014/11/20 22:07
2014/11/20 22:07
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Provincial NDP opposition leader John Horgan says he has doubts about two of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects being planned for the Prince Rupert area. Speaking at a stop in Terrace as part...
2014/11/20 18:30
2014/11/20 18:30
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An Errington resident who has ripped a Smart Meter off his house claims he's been "degraded" by BC Hydro. Michael Meszaros contacted The NEWS last week, claiming BC Hydro disconnected his power...
2014/11/20 11:24
2014/11/20 11:24
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In your Nov. 11 paper there were three letters regarding two BC Hydro customers being disconnected from their power supply. Reading these letters and talking to one of these people who have been cut...
2014/11/19 21:07
2014/11/19 21:07
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Residents of Kitwanga and communities east are being notified about a power outage Nov. 20 for about an hour in the afternoon so BC Hydro can work to replace damaged equipment. BC Hydro said in a...
2014/11/19 16:18
2014/11/19 16:18
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By the way, did you hear: • We see the kids at Queen of Angels school in Duncan and St. Joseph’s in Chemainus were on the march last month for hunger awareness as part of a Vancouver Island-wide...
2014/11/18 18:30
2014/11/18 18:30
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Moonlight Madness will fill Qualicum Beach with Christmas carols and lights to launch the holiday season on Thursday night. “There will be pipers, Santa, decorated firetrucks, Village Voices groups...
2014/11/18 08:19
2014/11/18 08:19
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Good for the Business Council of BC for sending Lower Mainland people to communities like Terrace, Kitimat, Prince George and Dawson Creek “to foster greater knowledge and awareness of the connection...
2014/11/17 19:27
2014/11/17 19:27
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A house was destroyed by a fire in Agassiz Monday morning, but the family living there escaped without serious injuries. Fire crews from Agassiz, Popkum and Seabird attended the fire, which at times...
2014/11/17 08:19
2014/11/17 08:19
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Caring for three sheets of ice in a hockey rink year-round requires a lot of work – much more than simply sending out a Zamboni to resurface the ice. With more than 270 hockey teams using Excellent...
Scott Elliott
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2014/11/16 14:09
2014/11/16 14:09
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Contrary to what some have recently tried to claim, BC Hydro’s proposed 32 per cent rate increase over the next three years is not the result of electricity purchases from independent green energy...
David Field
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2014/11/16 14:09
2014/11/16 14:09
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W.A.C. Bennett must be turning over in his grave at the prospect of BC Hydro relying on imported electricity to meet the energy needs of British Columbians. I’m sure that isn’t what Bennett had in...
BC Hydro
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2014/11/15 10:25
2014/11/15 10:25
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The Athabasca Chipewyan and Mikisew Cree First Nations filed a lawsuit against Site C, a $7.9-billion hydroelectric project on the Peace River, straddling the northern B.C.-Alberta border region. The...
2014/11/13 23:23
2014/11/13 23:23
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It was a cold morning, Wednesday, but the air was about to get chillier between the mayoral candidates in Saturday’s election. People dug out their window scrapers from wherever they languish in the...
2014/11/13 01:39
2014/11/13 01:39
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A group of First Nations has filed a lawsuit over a massive hydroelectric dam proposed in northeastern British Columbia, arguing the project would have a devastating impact on their traditional...
2014/11/12 23:24
2014/11/12 23:24
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Theft from BC Hydro truck On Nov. 4 the Comox Valley RCMP received a report of a theft from a BC Hydro truck in broad daylight. The complainant reports that sometime during the day someone stole a...
2014/11/24 08:19
2014/11/24 08:19
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