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Scammers are getting more sophisticated as they try to fleece consumers
Program provides 48 students with hands-on outdoor learning experiences around B.C.
A new library program allows residents to borrow a thermal imaging camera and check for heat loss
Lower-income singles and families can take advantage of free tax return service
B.C. first province to share breast density results with all women
Distracted driving is just one factor behind youth fatalities and accidents on B.C.’s roads.
A focus on living kidney donors is having a positive impact
B.C. auto insurance monopoly struggling with rising legal, settlement costs
Regional filmmakers encouraged to submit films for screenings, prizes.
Power consumption records could be broken as cold spell is set to continue.
BC Hydro says power use goes up before the game, not during it, as people get ready for kick-off.
Plus free workshops, Meal and a Movie, a hockey fundraiser, events at Drylands Arena, and more.
Plus a grant application, support for Gold Country, and questions at the last council meeting
Residents had questions about the recent homicide, transients, Block Watch, and more.
This year’s vaccine is a good match for the dominant flu strain doing the rounds
Ben Tyner was last seen on Jan. 26, and the search for him was suspended on Feb. 3.
Some simple steps to take to decrease the risk of falls
TOTA wins North America’s Responsible Tourism Award for second year running
Emergency department to close night of Sunday, Feb. 10.
A lone male produced a knife and got away with cash and lottery tickets