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The one bid received was over budget
Checkpoint featured in Coastal GasLink pipeline protests
Canadian Arctic has been getting hotter by the day and that has cost the world Canada's last fully intact ice shelf, called the Milne Ice Shelf in the northern Canadian territory of Nunavut.
CN workers were replacing ties and new gravel on the railroad by Tweedie Avenue on Highway 16 heading west. (Angelquie Houlihan photos)
Part of Hwy16 beautification vision
Jakes Construction Ltd. from the Fraser Valley has set up an operations base at Broman Lake, three kilometres from where it has a $15 million contract at 6 Mile Summit to add a westbound passing lane, extending the eastbound passing lane there now and improve the entry and exit lanes at the brake check and chain off areas. The project is to be completed by next fall. (Laura Blackwell photo)
Last week started with a barrage of black and white photos of women with the hastag #ChallengeAccepted or others such as #WomenSupportingWomen and #WomenEmpowerment on social media with women nominating each other to share their black and white photos.
The village will finally get to upgrade the 49 years old plant
Receives a grant for building a greenhouse and a grant to combat racism
Trying to establish a physical connection apart from the online presence
The 2019 annual report released
Reuse-shed in RDBN continues to remain closed
B.C. government hopes to get students back to in-person classes
A look at what's happening with them this wet summer year
How are restaurants dealing with dine-in, new protocols, customers?
Meetings planned with senior government officials
The one-year contract comes after Maser's successful four year WHL career
When I started my undergrad studies in journalism, I was a starry-eyed rookie wanting to change the world with words. However, the deeper I got in to journalism, the more disillusioned I became, until of course, I started working in local journalism.
Houston residents will soon have a chance to have their say in plans to open a retail cannabis store in the Houston Mall, a first for the community.
Most senior volunteers set to return