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Commonwealth Games bid moves ahead

Business plan for 2022 submitted to B.C. government

Vancouver Island actor proposes to Riverdale actress

Jameson Parker and Tiera Skovbye get engaged on the Kinsol Trestle near Shawnigan Lake.

Autos likely high on U.S. NAFTA agenda

Early indications suggest automobiles will emerge as first priority on Day 1 of NAFTA negotiations

2017 now worst wildfire season in B.C.

Total area burned approaching 9,000 square km across the province

WorkSafeBC calls on construction industry to protect its workers

Asbestos-related deaths and diseases climbing as contractors fail to keep workers safe

Truck broken into while B.C. dad grieves

Peter Short was saying goodbye to his daughter, who was dying of cancer

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Canadian Red Cross in Williams Lake
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Military leaves Williams Lake for Riske Creek Sunday

     

    UPDATE: Small business group says no to B.C.’s $15 minimum wage plan

    ‘That extra money doesn’t magically appear or disappear for small business owners.’

    B.C.’s Commonwealth Games bid moves ahead

    Business plan for 2022 submitted to B.C. government

    Scholarship created for B.C. RCMP officer killed on-duty

    Inaugural Sarah Beckett Memorial Scholarship awarded to young volunteer police reservist in Greater Victoria.

    Former B.C. teacher told student he loved her, drove by her house

    Hsu Yang Cheng has agreed to never apply to a teaching certificate again

    VIDEO: ‘Deadpool 2’ stuntwoman who died was pioneering motorcycle racer

    Joi (SJ) Harris was known for her beautiful spirit and bubbly personality

    Accidental deaths threaten endangered whale

    Accidental deaths among the endangered North Atlantic right whale threaten survival of species.

    NDP to raise B.C. minimum wage by 50 cents

    Government says it’s part of a plan to increase the rate to $15/hour in the next four years

    B.C. Wildfire season approaching 2009 record

    Estimated 8,450 square kilometres burned this season

    How to cope with stress after the B.C. wildfires

    One expert says stress will vary from person to person, but there are ways of dealing with it

    BC government to end grizzly bear trophy hunt after fall 2017

    The trophy hunt will not end until after this fall’s scheduled hunt.

    B.C. teen sleeping with the lights on after terrifying break-in

    Aftermath of intrusion still causing anxiety for Langley teen

    Grizzly bear trophy hunt to end Nov. 30

    Consultation this fall, hunting for meat continues