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News/Canada/British Columbia

British Columbia
Volunteers taking on sexual harassment at Vancouver night spots say they desperately need funding to continue their work. Good Night Out Vancouver is a team of patrollers who ...
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Group fighting sexual harassment on Granville Strip needs new funding to continue work
Volunteers taking on sexual harassment at Vancouver night spots say they desperately need funding to continue their work. Good Night Out Vancouver is a team of patrollers who ...
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British Columbia
Health officials in the North Okanagan are currently dealing with a gastrointestinal illness outbreak at the Vernon Jubilee Hospital in Vernon, B.C. A spokesperson with Interior Health says ...
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British Columbia
Health officials in the North Okanagan are currently dealing with a gastrointestinal illness outbreak at the Vernon Jubilee Hospital in Vernon, B.C. A spokesperson with Interior Health says ...
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Kamloops RCMP investigating Wednesday morning explosion
Kamloops RCMP are investigating an explosion that occurred near Monte Creek, just east of Kamloops, on Dec. 13.  At 7:05 a.m. PT, an improvised explosive device was detonated ...
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Kamloops
The City of Kamloops is offering some residents up to $1,600 in rebates if they replace their old wood burning appliances with new, efficient models through its new wood-stove ...
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Canada
The federal government announced the hiring of four world-renowned scientists as part of its Canada 150 Research Chair program — including two accomplished researchers for B.C. The federal government ...
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Kamloops
Victor Marques and his wife Marsha are both blind. They were visiting Kamloops, B.C., on the weekend of Nov. 25, when they said they were refused service multiple times ...
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Calgary man who promised $7.5M to B.C. hockey team charged with fraud, forgery
Mike Gould, the man who promised $7.5 million to a junior B hockey team in Kimberley B.C., has been charged with fraud and using a forged document. Charges against ...
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British Columbia
A day after her government announced it would proceed with the controversial Site C hydroelectric dam, B.C.’s energy minister is addressing criticism that she broke election promises. “It’s not ...
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