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Landfill firm in line for premium power price

Landfill firm in line for premium power price

Belkorp wants a Metro Vancouver incinerator to get much less than its $100/megawatt deal with BC Hydro
HIV tests to be offered to all B.C. adults

HIV tests to be offered to all B.C. adults

BC outreach strategy saves lives, reduces transmission in communities, and has been adopted by the UN's global AIDS program
Electricity need key to Site C decision

Electricity need key to Site C decision

Review panel not convinced there is enough demand for the $7.9 billion dam project to begin next year
Child advocate says protection system failing

Child advocate says protection system failing

Computer network crashes again after cabinet ministers said it was fixed; advocate says domestic violence reports getting lost

Cache Creek road redesigned

The preliminary engineering design for Maclean Cres. is ready for viewing.

Police Report - Fire destroys belongings, piggy bank stolen

The weekly crime blotter from the Ashcroft RCMP Detachment.
Smith receives award at Government House

Smith receives award at Government House

Loon Lake's Ethel Smith received her BC Community Achievement Award in Victoria last week.

Concerns grow over price of WTE power

Questions continue over whether power generated by incinerators will be worth it.
Start of the market season

Start of the market season

Cache Creek and Spences Bridge held their first farmer and flea markets of the season on a cold and windy weekend.
Horgan holds course on resource projects

Horgan holds course on resource projects

B.C. doesn't currently need the Site C dam, and it does need a study of the impact of fracking, NDP leader says