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A memorial service and celebratio of life was held Tuesday for murdered teen Elijah-Iain Beauregard
Huge smiles today! Hey @stephanie4BC, I walked 800m today.! Over 1440 steps. 😉 More than I have done 27 years! Personal Best that will need to be bettered next time. Thanks @Neuromotion_PT . #Victoria @bcliberalcaucus #science #exercise #Rehab #Lokomat pic.twitter.com/6r6mAm6euG
— Michelle Stilwell (@Stilwell4BC) July 16, 2019
In an interview, Major said Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale had ‘good intentions’ when he set up the committee
Catherine Adams will return to Quesnel Law Courts for a pre-sentence report in November
Canadian actor and stand-up comedian Gerry Dee is hosting the event in Penticton
Team Canada defeats Texas-based Scrapyard International in gold-medal game Sunday in Surrey
Male cats generally hit higher weight peaks than female cats
Suicide prevention groups support the decision
Mobility talk will take place in Keremeos on July 24 from 3 to 4:30 p.m.
BC Wildlife Federation Wetlands Education program teaches residents how to protect their wetlands
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Other Canadians named in Tuesday’s nominations include Ottawa native Sandra Oh
Daniel Craig will reprise his role as Bond one last time
MacDonald School faced Rosedale Avenue, near present Summerland Secondary School parking lot
Summerland site should not be used for solar project
The days of winter are drawing to close with the spring solstice approaching on March 20.
But just because the calendar tells us it’s spring, doesn’t mean it necessarily feels like it. Sometimes we choose to rely on other signs, even hoping a ground hog and his shadow will indicate when we can expect warmer weather.
So we want to know when do you consider it to be spring?
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Kim XO, helps to keep you looking good on Fashion Fridays on the Black Press Media Network
Prince Rupert tourists voyaged to Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary and got a special surprise