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Police now looking for witnesses
A potential COVID-19 exposure on Jan. 4, 5, and 8, has taken place at Barriere Secondary advised principal Angela Stott in a letter to student families on Jan. 10.
By Diana Skoglund
A motion was brought forward in the House of Commons by Conservative leader Erin O'Toole demanding the government provide more support for small businesses and workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An update has been provided by a veterinarian at the Animal Health Center of British Columbia, regarding deceased cats that were found killed and dumped on Bain Road in March.
B.C.'s snap election has already broken records for advance voter turnout, mail-in ballots
Smoke comes from hundreds of wildfires burning in Washington state, Oregon and California
COVID-19 protocols are likely to vary even more at the school board level, and even and school-to-school.
Districts will be refining preparations up to Sept. 8
"We really didn't hear from enough people and we didn't have the full spectrum of information."
The province made the announcement in an email statement from the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General
Group swears in new executive members
Reverend Bruce Chalmers will do double duty at Trinity Shared Ministry and the Church of St. Paul
Two local logging companies step up to the plate and offer services for free
Editor, The Times
All proceeds of the event go to the BC Children's Hospital Foundation
President Marnie Burnell noted the group was already hurting before the pandemic came into effect
Money will go toward food programs and new technology to improve operations