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Fitbits tally exercise buffs' 10,000 daily steps, calories burned, hours of sleep, blood pressure, and pulse rate. Cops wear camcorders in case of ensuing court arguments. Dementia patients with a penchant for wandering off can be outfitted with sneakers that have GPS trackers built into their soles. Even planes, trains and buses are manufactured with black boxes that survive horrific disasters to steer transportation investigators to what went wrong.
Remembering The Great War
Honour and a privilege to have been able to bring a little bit of life back to another soldier
I wanted to know more about the mysterious young messenger so I emailed him back.
Question of the week for Nov. 12
Hank Shelley/Great Outdoors
Penticton Western News editorial cartoon by Ingrid Rice
Week of November 4 - 10: Items compiled by Dave Humphrey from the archived newspapers held at the Cranbrook History Centre and Archives
A measuring stick for undecided referendum voters
Leaders need new vision for economic security without ushering in climate chaos
When new proposals come through, please go to the site and walk around the neighbourhood
The swearing in ceremony for the Municipality of North Cowichan was a breath of fresh air
Richard Cannings writes about Bill C-76 in From the Hill.
'It's about an hour's drive from Vancouver.'
That may be the very least of Trudeau's troubles.
Alistair MacGregor is the Member of Parliament for Cowichan-Malahat-Langford
A Langley man is critical of Canada for selling arms that are being used to kill civilians.
Are we repeating the past?