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NDP inherits $2.7 billion surplus for its own budget

B.C. debt up $591M, will continue with construction

Man pleads guilty to Impaired Driving Causing Death

On August 21, 2017, in B.C. Supreme Court, Cody William Tanner pleaded…

Remote wildfires continue to burn

No communities or structures threatened as wildfires burn in backcountry areas.

Ex-Surrey mayor Dianne Watts top pick to lead BC Liberals: poll

Watts beats MLA Sam Sullivan and former finance minister Mike de Jong

Firefighters battle the biggest blaze in B.C. history

BC Wildfire Service says 19 fires burn together to create B.C.’s biggest wildfire

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          Ex-New Zealand man killed wife for money, Kelowna jury hears

          Peter Beckett is on trial for the 2010 murder near Revelstoke.

          Canadian Blood Services calling for donors

          25,000 appointments to be filled by Labour Day

          • Aug 22nd, 2017

          Bear breaks into B.C. home, gets punched in the nose

          An overly aggressive black bear hits up Sunshine Coast home not once, but twice

          The week on the beat

          Police responded to 193 calls for service last week.

          Chamber of Commerce call for predicable system, not arbitrary minimum wage hike

          David D. Hull of Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce reacts to NDP plan to increase minimum wage to $15

          • Aug 17th, 2017

          2017 now worst wildfire season in B.C.

          Total area burned approaching 9,000 square km across the province

          Wildfire update brings welcomed good news

          Evacuation alerts/orders rescinded, fires contained

          • Aug 16th, 2017

          B.C. man gets full eclipse experience in Oregon

          ‘The shadow comes and your hair stands up. It gets cooler and then the stars show up’

          Death of B.C. man in Barcelona terror attack ‘leaves immense void’

          Ian Moore Wilson was with wife of 53 years when van plowed through crowd in Barcelona

          Green leader Andrew Weaver calls for ride sharing rules in B.C.

          Service already ‘operating under the table’ in Vancouver

          Ice deal for d-man, Murray off to school

          Ice, Hurricanes swap prospects, Murray opts for university.

          Spain: Police shoot man wearing possible bomb belt

          A Spanish newspaper reports that the fugitive in the city’s van attack has been captured