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More than books available at renovated Kamloops library

More than books available at renovated Kamloops library

It's a new chapter for the downtown building
Three dead after arena ammonia leak in Fernie

Three dead after arena ammonia leak in Fernie

An apparent ammonia leak at an arena in Fernie has killed three workers who were repairing the refrigeration plant at the municipal ice rink.
Few immigrants settle outside cities

Few immigrants settle outside cities

"Canada is a big country," the websites of immigration consultants say. True, Canada covers almost ten million square kilometres. It's second in geographic size only to Russia.
Gov’t settles class action lawsuit by docs

Gov’t settles class action lawsuit by docs

The B.C. government will pay $7.5 million to settle a class-action lawsuit launched 18 years ago on behalf of doctors who treated certain patients but were never paid by the government.

Softwood lumber deal set to expire

The Canada-U.S. Softwood Lumber Agreement expires on Oct. 12, nine years after it was last renewed.

Poll shows NDP gaining in B.C.

While support for the federal Conservative Party continues to slip in British Columbia, the New Democratic Party is gaining further ground, Insights West announced Tuesday.
Sexualized culture of the military creates a hostile 'culture of misogyny'

Sexualized culture of the military creates a hostile 'culture of misogyny'

OTTAWA - Never mind the prospect of enemies on the battlefield - Canadian Forces soldiers face a hostile environment even among their own ranks, says a long-awaited review into sexual misconduct in the country's military.
New law will ensure some life sentences are for life: Harper

New law will ensure some life sentences are for life: Harper

TORONTO — The federal government will introduce new legislation to ensure that a life sentence means exactly that - a sentence for life without parole - Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Wednesday.
Games a 'coming out party' for northern B.C.

Games a 'coming out party' for northern B.C.

Many young athletes use the Canada Winter Games as a stepping stone to greater exposure, and this year's host city hopes to do the same. Prince George, B.C.
Throne speech backs off LNG predictions

Throne speech backs off LNG predictions

VICTORIA - A diverse economy will buffer British Columbia from declining oil prices that could affect investment decisions in the liquefied natural gas industry, says Premier Christy Clark.