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Protests mark start of missing women inquiry

Protests mark start of missing women inquiry

AFN latest group to pull out amid demands Oppal resign
'Botched' policing let Pickton kill, inquiry told

'Botched' policing let Pickton kill, inquiry told

VPD, RCMP had many chances to stop serial killer preying on Downtown Eastside women
Pressure on B.C.'s minister of jobs

Pressure on B.C.'s minister of jobs

Pat Bell's latest assignment is simple. As Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Innovation, all he has to do is take B.C.'s success in reaching out to Asia for forest products, extend it to the rest of the economy, and make Premier Christy Clark's jobs plan work.

Savings at 7 Mile

7 MILE — New uses for old materials offer North Island residents and contractors a chance to save money in tipping fees while extending the life of Seven Mile Landfill, Regional District of Mount Waddington operations manager Patrick Donaghy said.
Flathead mining, drilling ban official

Flathead mining, drilling ban official

The B.C. government has presented legislation to restrict mining and oil and gas development in the Flathead watershed in southeastern B.C., formalizing an agreement reached with Montana in 2010.

Company fined in worker deaths

Brinkman and Associates Reforestation Ltd. of Bella Bella was fined more than $2,500 by WorkSafeBC for an incident that claimed the lives of two of its workers.
Seniors get gadget tips from local youth

Seniors get gadget tips from local youth

PORT HARDY - North Island Youth Leadership Council teams with Hardy Bay Seniors for third tech workshop
‘Sick act’ riles grieving man

‘Sick act’ riles grieving man

PORT HARDY—Joe Greif is not a violent man, but the 82-year-old said he wouldn’t mind just a few moments alone with the person responsible for desecrating a bench dedicated to his dead wife.
More groups abandon Missing Women Inquiry

More groups abandon Missing Women Inquiry

Criticism of funding intensifies on eve of hearings
Out with the old, in with the new

Out with the old, in with the new

PORT HARDY - BC Ferries changeover puts two ships in Hardy Bay simultaneously