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Firefighting resources to be concentrated out of temporary camp
There are five fires in high elevation burning near Keremeos
Pair of fraudulent officers threaten to arrest 90-year-old woman
All 18 events kick off on the track, riding ring, fields, courts and lake in the Cowichan Valley
Known as the Global Day of Inclusion, July 20 marks the first Special Olympics in 1968 in Chicago
Arnold Lim to expand story of All-In Madonna with writer Susie Winters, producer Ana de Lara
Thespians aspire to transform the Rotary Centre for Arts
Fed raised benchmark rate for a second time this year in June, and projects two more hikes to come
B.C. Hazelnut Growers to recieve $300,000 over three years to battle eastern filbert blight
Former MP John Weston writes about an evening he hosted with the federal Conservative leader
Ken Tapping is an astronomer with the Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory, Penticton
Greyhound Canada says it is ending its passenger bus and freight services in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, and cancelling all but one route in B.C. — a U.S.-run service between Vancouver and Seattle.
As a result, when the changes take effect at the end of October, Ontario and Quebec will be the only regions where the familiar running-dog logo continues to grace Canadian highways.
Will you miss the service?
They drove Corvettes, mastered falconry basics, and ate blueberry pie in the Cowichan Valley
Black bears, now yearlings, were sent to the Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary in Ontario last April