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The pool revitalization project will be on the agenda at the Dec. 8 meeting for council to vote on.
The move aims to bolster an industry made up largely of small and medium-sized businesses
The country has recovered about three-quarters of the three million jobs lost during spring lockdowns
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Soccer goalie joined gridiron team after kicker shortage due to COVID-19
The club is weighing the options and will see what the turnout continues to look like week by week.
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‘Staycation Boxes’ launched two months ago, includes food bank donation
Olympic athletes, both active and retired, have been front and centre in the battle against the pandemic
Book Rescue Me raises funds, awareness for animal-welfare agency
The fashion show is an annual fundraiser where local men wear bras made by community members.
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UBCIC is among several Indigenous groups lambasting the Vancouver-shot series
Also featured is the Israeli-made ‘Valley of Tears,’ a 10-part war drama
BCTF President Teri Mooring asks parents to talk with children about wearing masks in school
Positive cases increasing at a rate that causes concern for health officers