Province of British Columbia affirms shipbuilding contracts
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Province of British Columbia affirms shipbuilding contracts

Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training and Minister Responsible for Labour Shirley Bond has…

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B.C. government allocates $365,000 for community anti-racism projects
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B.C. government allocates $365,000 for community anti-racism projects

THE B.C. government is allocating $365,000 for community anti-racism projects. Racism comes in many forms.…

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B.C. to participate in Toronto climate summit
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B.C. to participate in Toronto climate summit

VICTORIA – Environment Minister Mary Polak will be will sharing British Columbia’s climate successes with…

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Campfires, open fires and fireworks banned throughout B.C.
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Campfires, open fires and fireworks banned throughout B.C.

KAMLOOPS – Effective at noon (Pacific time) on Friday, July 3, 2015, all open burning,…

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Weekend Shooting In Surrey, B.C. That Injured One Likely Targeted: RCMP
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Weekend Shooting In Surrey, B.C. That Injured One Likely Targeted: RCMP

SURREY, B.C. — Police say a weekend shooting in Surrey, B.C. that left one man…

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