BC Hits Back At Alberta Over Wine Ban Saying It’s Unconstitutional Under Trade Rules
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BC Hits Back At Alberta Over Wine Ban Saying It’s Unconstitutional Under Trade Rules

VICTORIA – The B.C. government is challenging Alberta’s ban on B.C. wines through the Canadian…

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New Taxes Unlikely To Stabilize Housing Market, says BC Real Estate Association Says
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New Taxes Unlikely To Stabilize Housing Market, says BC Real Estate Association Says

VICTORIA –The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) called on the government to introduce transitional…

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Anti-Gang Presentation – New Surrey Program Aims To Shatter Glamorized Image Of Gangs
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Anti-Gang Presentation – New Surrey Program Aims To Shatter Glamorized Image Of Gangs

SURREY –  A new anti-gang presentation tailor-made for Surrey  is providing localized information on gangs…

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Tarek Ali Al-Romeshi From Surrey Shot And Killed In Langley
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Tarek Ali Al-Romeshi From Surrey Shot And Killed In Langley

IHIT confirmed that 23-year-old Tarek Ali Al-Romeshi of Surrey was the victim of homicide.  It…

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Legendary BC Politician And Premier Dave Barrett Remembered By His Protege Former Premier Glen Clark
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Legendary BC Politician And Premier Dave Barrett Remembered By His Protege Former Premier Glen Clark

Former B.C. premiers Dave Barrett, Glen Clark and Bill Vander Zalm got together Monday afternoon…

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Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick’s statement on Agricultural Safety Week
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Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick’s statement on Agricultural Safety Week

Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick has issued the following statement recognizing the importance of workplace safety during…

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Inmates at Nanaimo Correctional Centre build carpentry skill, back Aboriginal literacy
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Inmates at Nanaimo Correctional Centre build carpentry skill, back Aboriginal literacy

The building blocks of bright futures for young students in many smaller B.C. First Nations…

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Skilled labor is discussed in agrifoods sector at roundtable in B.C.
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Skilled labor is discussed in agrifoods sector at roundtable in B.C.

Agrifoods producers met with the provincial government today to discuss skilled labor initiatives and human…

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British Columbia announced $1.8 million support for women to start a career in Trades Training (WITT)
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British Columbia announced $1.8 million support for women to start a career in Trades Training (WITT)

The Government of British Columbia announced $1.8 million today for the Women in Trades Training…

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BC Coroners Service confirms identity of motor vehicle incident victim – Heather Marina Barnfield
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