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Boating injuries, collisions occupy rescue crew

Station 106 members begin planning for construction of training facility.

Politician recovering in Vancouver

Okanagan politician is recovering in Vancouver following an accident

Building purchase a step towards wellness centre

Economic Development Corporation may take lead in acquisition

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Firefighters share escape plans, smoke alarms and pizza

Family surrenders 9 neglected dogs in Kelowna

The BC SPCA is asking for the public’s help with the rehabilitation of nine dogs

Fernie mourns after fatal ammonia leak

The community of Fernie is coming together to support each other following a local tragedy.

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          RCMP officer cleared in Prince George arrest

          A suspect’s leg was fractured in 2015 incident

          VIDEO: Three workers identified as victims of Fernie ammonia leak

          A local state of emergency will remain in effect until Oct. 24 after the leak at the ice rink

          Winds gust to 111 km/h in B.C. Interior

          Environment Canada says yesterday’s wind storm was a historic event

          B.C. restaurateur tries to keep impaired driver from road

          Patron could barely stand, says owner of White Rock waterfront eatery

          Gymnast McKayla Maroney alleges sexual abuse by team doctor

          Olympic gymnast said she was 13 when the abuse started

          BC Children’s raising money to help better diagnose kids

          Organizers hope to purchase a new ultrasound system that can be taken right to a child’s bedside

          Wind wreaks havoc in the Shuswap

          Downed trees knock out power to many BC Hydro customers.

          Persons Day celebrated in B.C.

          “Persons Day is an opportunity to reflect on the important progress women have made.”

          • Oct 18th, 2017

          Trump and the new politics of honouring war dead

          The president boasted Tuesday that “I think I’ve called every family of someone who’s died”

          B.C. premier celebrates Diwali

          Known as the Festival of Lights, Diwali represents the triumph of light over darkness and hope over despair

          • Oct 18th, 2017

          Penn State coach may get second shot at persuading a jury

          Jerry Sandusky to learn if he’ll get new trial or charges tossed

          Marijuana rules will be ‘a work in progress’

          A Vancouver councillor says marijuana rules will be ‘a work in progress’

          CAO reports to District of Barriere on well construction

          Status of well construction and paving projects reported to council

          • Oct 19th, 2017