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Thom muses on how early fossil collectors saddled us with an erroneous naming convention
I'm excited about what we can achieve together in the year ahead.
Road safety largely comes down to trusting the drivers around us.
Seriously, Penticton Western News, go get some real news.
As much as 60 per cent of items taken to landfill could be recycled
The transition to a new Surrey Police force is now firmly in the hands of Wally Oppal, the former judge and attorney-general appointed by Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth to oversee the process. That means that any comments by Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum about the new police force should be ignored. It's completely out of his hands.
Still on my walk just haven't added my recent steps to see where I am on my map.
Local woman able to thank veterans in person at Nov. 11 ceremony
Entrenched in a waning industry now, Albertans scramble in fear bolstering leaders
ould a sea lion friendly refuge be built, perhaps closer to the Nature Centre in Hecate Park?
The community would be well served if people composted the leaves that they rake up.
To the Editor;
I will be there and I support you, even if I have a differing perspective
I would also wholeheartedly endorse the idea of a total burning ban in the CVRD.
Having ICBC as the primary auto insurance company in B.C. prevents a lot of headaches for motorists
Environmental columnist David Clements talks to the demise of the sedan in favour of trucks and SUVs
Reports tend to be shallow on who is really affected by noise from the Motorsport Circuit
Lawyer Paul Hergott discusses liability insurance in his latest column