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The bonfires of the vanities: Then and now

You feel strongly about something, strongly enough to protest it. What are the best ways to show your displeasure?

Restaurant claimed $8,000 went unpaid

Northwest Grill in Cranbrook asserts man who promised Nitros $7.5 million paid for banquet with NSF cheques

  • Nov 16th, 2017

Opinion: “Don’t go where I can’t follow!”

Where will Amazon go with newly acquired rights to Lord of the Rings?

  • Nov 15th, 2017

Lighthouse offers hope to those facing an abyss

New Cranbrook program supports those with recent dementia diagnosis and their caregivers

‘I will now live in consistent fear’: Allan Schoenborn granted escorted leaves

The Merritt man was deemed not criminally responsible in the killing of his three children in 2008

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      Hammy the deer dodges conservation officers in Prince Rupert

      The famous Prince Rupert hammock deer maintains his purple threads

      ‘No shirt, no service, no Canada’

      Shirtless Tacoma man arrested after Canadian border officials say they found meth in rental vehicle

      Nasty note on B.C. windshield sparks online outrage

      Vernon’s Bailey McDonald is using a painful experience to start conversation about invisible illness

      • Nov 17th, 2017

      Federal funding to combat guns, gangs and opioid crisis

      Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said illicit drugs are often main cause of guns, gangs violence

      Riverview youth mental health centre proceeds

      Replacement for Maples Treatment Centre first announced in March

      Dead boy’s father posts Facebook response after Appeal Court upholds conviction

      David, Collet Stephan were found guilty in their son Ezekiel’s 2012 death from bacterial meningitis

      Trudeau mania, Scheer enthusiasm in B.C. this week

      Prime minister, Conservative leader drop in on Surrey, White Rock

      B.C. church defaced with disturbing anti-Christian graffiti

      Staff at Crossroads United Church reported the vandalism to police late last week

      PayPal ordered to disclose business accounts to Canada Revenue Agency

      Online payments company has 45 days to hand over information identifying its account holders

      Federal government to boost treatment options for opioid drug users: minister

      More than 2,800 people died last year as a result of the overdose crisis

      Ambulance design changes urged after B.C. man falls out, dies

      A coroner’s jury makes recommendations after hearing about death of Ebony Aaron Wood

      MLAs unanimous on B.C. wildfire recovery

      Finance committee calls for rapid salvage, reforestation

      One stick of pepperoni costs Hedley man $500

      A Hedley man enjoyed a snack and then refused to pay for it - landing him in court

      UPDATE: Driver dies when truck plunges off logging road near Caycuse

      Fatal incident near Caycuse claims life of man in his 60s