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Supermarkets preaching patience in face of road closures

Supermarkets preaching patience in face of road closures

Save On, Loblaw working on alternate routes to get goods to Prince George
Trial starts for Valemount man at centre of fatal crash

Trial starts for Valemount man at centre of fatal crash

Duane Glen Smith of Valemount charged with impaired driving causing death and dangerous driving causing death
The economics of flooding in B.C.

The economics of flooding in B.C.

How has flooding around B.C. thus far affected tourism, supply chains, the insurance industry and general movement around the region?
'There is water everywhere': Merritt evacuees heading to Kamloops, Kelowna

'There is water everywhere': Merritt evacuees heading to Kamloops, Kelowna

The city's wastewater system has failed and drinking water has been contaminated by flood waters.
B.C. battles floods, mass evacuations as storm wreaks havoc

B.C. battles floods, mass evacuations as storm wreaks havoc

Flooding has left dozens of communities reeling across the province after massive dumps of rain swamped neighbourhoods, including the entire City of Merritt
Barking up the wrong tree in old-growth controversy?

Barking up the wrong tree in old-growth controversy?

Careful forest management can have important role in climate change fight, experts say
Police dog, drone used to nab B&E suspect

Police dog, drone used to nab B&E suspect

Man attempting to steal from Miworth property owners swam across Nechako River to avoid police pursuit
B.C. flooding triggers widespread sewer overflows, power outages

B.C. flooding triggers widespread sewer overflows, power outages

Sewage has bubbled to the surface across at least 19 Metro Vancouver locations, and in Merritt, the entire wastewater facility was swamped as rising floodwaters overwhelmed the town; meanwhile, power outages have hit thousands across B.C.
Vancouver botox party 'doctor' has jail sentence cut in half

Vancouver botox party 'doctor' has jail sentence cut in half

A Vancouver woman who held herself out as a licenced B.C. doctor and was giving injections at 'Botox' parties has had her jail sentence in contempt of court proceedings cut from six to three months.
Man charged in anti-Asian hate crime faces Vancouver sentencing

Man charged in anti-Asian hate crime faces Vancouver sentencing

A man charged in connection with the racist graffiti written on the windows of Vancouver's Chinese Cultural Centre is due in Vancouver Provincial Court Dec. 29 for sentencing.