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Localized thunderstorms and snow on mountain passes are also expected.
Restricted firearm owners are disappointed in the federal government’s ban
A black bear killed and dumped in a Tappen gravel pit in mid-April, says BC COS.
Major construction may not begin until 2021, but some utilities are expected to be moved this year
The area searched overnight included the Angel Springs and K.L.O. creek trails.
Lack of respect for staff, regulations, may lead to halting of recycling and yard waste dumping
One incoming and one outgoing flight carried someone who later tested positive for the virus.
Warnings and formal orders to vacate were issued to more than 30 people.
The incident took place around noon on Tuesday, April 14
Residents called the fire department after seeing rising smoke
Reliance on frontage roads and narrow underpasses near Blind Bay not good enough
Two suspects remain at large; police believe they left the robbery scene in a white hatchback
Largest and brightest full moon of the year was most visible on April 7
Bev Kauffeldt is leading a medical team at the temporary hospital run by Samaritan’s Purse
Friends and strangers alike help Declan Toner celebrate his “best birthday ever”
Sean Heddle says fighting complacency and misinformation is important
Online fundraising efforts especially important with spring fundraiser cancelled
Residents asked to respect closure which will be in effect until further notice
Disease transmission and equipment issues led the medical volunteers to make the decision.
Forestry giant set to reduce production by 60 per cent for at least two weeks.