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B.C. Games shining bright in Greater Vernon

B.C. Games shining bright in Greater Vernon

Official ceremony launches countdown to sports extravaganza
Vandals on the loose

Vandals on the loose

It seems punks were busy wrecking a community garden.

Paving put on hold

Residents will have to plan on living with local streets and sidewalks in a somewhat rustic condition until spring.
Case closed on Heed's tainted election

Case closed on Heed's tainted election

Elections BC has dismissed complaints from an opposition MLA and the candidate Heed defeated in the 2009 B.C. election.
Complex closing the lid on bear scofflaws

Complex closing the lid on bear scofflaws

The scourge of wildlife raids on garbage has driven a Port Hardy strata council to adopt drastic measures.

Report cards without grades

Many North Island parents ... were treated to a jarring reminder of the teachers' job action when their children’s report cards arrived

Work incident claims life of young man

Several investigative bodies are looking into a collision witnessed by several workers that claimed the life of a young man.
B.C. child advocate reappointed

B.C. child advocate reappointed

Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond has been reappointed for a second term as B.C.'s Representative for Children and Youth.
Former NHLer Niedermayer backs anti-Jumbo resort group

Former NHLer Niedermayer backs anti-Jumbo resort group

Retired hockey star Scott Niedermayer joins a local aboriginal group to press for rejection of Jumbo Glacier Resort.