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Growers and farmers protest at BC Tree Fruits Cooperative in Kelowna

Growers and farmers protest at BC Tree Fruits Cooperative in Kelowna

They want the BCTFC to live up to promises following the expansion of a packing house in Oliver
Neighbours rally after thieves hit hospitalized B.C. senior’s home 6 times

Neighbours rally after thieves hit hospitalized B.C. senior’s home 6 times

Neighbours join to help clean and secure house, owner critical of police response
Killer of Calgary man dies while in B.C. prison

Killer of Calgary man dies while in B.C. prison

Bradley Koester sentenced in 1984 for murder of Frank Vervoort
Climate change drives growing demand for heat pumps: B.C. installers

Climate change drives growing demand for heat pumps: B.C. installers

Recently expanded rebates to help entice to more households off fossil fuel systems
15 cm of snow falls in parts of Cariboo

15 cm of snow falls in parts of Cariboo

Tanya Mack said she wished she waited until June to hang her flower baskets
Group looks for improved Vancouver Island bus service with cheaper fares

Group looks for improved Vancouver Island bus service with cheaper fares

Better Island Transit targets trips between Duncan and Victoria as it lobbies for more service
Convicted assailant on the lam after skipping Penticton court date

Convicted assailant on the lam after skipping Penticton court date

Afshin Maleki Ighani had been scheduled to appear in March to consult legal counsel
Sarah McLachlan coming to Victoria, honouring album’s 30th anniversary

Sarah McLachlan coming to Victoria, honouring album’s 30th anniversary

The Nov. 20 show at Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre is the final show of the tour
Man who broke into B.C. home, sexually assaulted woman sentenced to 5 years

Man who broke into B.C. home, sexually assaulted woman sentenced to 5 years

Man got caught 14 years after offence after providing his DNA for a separate conviction
Man charged 2 years after causing $30K in damage to B.C. aquatic centre

Man charged 2 years after causing $30K in damage to B.C. aquatic centre

A man was charged for an incident of vandalism that occurred at the Aquatic Centre two years ago