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The march will seek to educate the community on local and national injustices.
While the weddings tend to be smaller, Julia Cundliffe says the commitment is still real
The group was started by Jolene Wood on May 13 and has already amassed over 500 members
The day camps will limit enrollement to ten campers and will practice social distancing
Programming will be offered online and in compliance with health authorities recommendations
Head coach Hailey Boustead has spent hours putting together online classes for her athletes at home.
An unidentified individual may have saved lives in the early-morning fire.
Many have taken to Facebook to complain that their vehicles have been targetted during COVID
TELUS must seek what is called 'concurrence' from the town to build the tower
The Golden and District Community Foundation has announced the first recipient of their neighbourhood small grants program.
The re-opening is in line with B.C.'s program for re-opening the province
Rod Drown had been writting for years prior to becoming CSRD director
The first phase involved social distancing and flattening the curve
The week, which was originally created in 1970, is for showing appreciation for police across Canada
The derailment, which occured in Feb. 2019, killed three crew members
Due to it's proximity to Abbeyfield House, the thrift shop is unsure when it will be able to re-open
Twenty three signs will be placed along the Rotary Trail in June to help educate people on plants
The course will begin accepting requests tee times on May 12th
It is estimated that between 3,000 to 4,000 indigenous women and girls have been affected
The longtime manager of the grocery store will stay on to help transition the new management team