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Clark's party pay OK, commissioner says

Clark's party pay OK, commissioner says

Donations to B.C. Liberal Party not a personal benefit for Premier Christy Clark, says Conflict of Interest Commissioner Paul Fraser
Boats intercepted with zebra mussels in B.C.

Boats intercepted with zebra mussels in B.C.

Illegal hunters, 'bear jams' and wildlife rescues all part of the job for conservation officers
VIDEO: Escape from Fort McMurray firestorm, how you can help

VIDEO: Escape from Fort McMurray firestorm, how you can help

Harrowing video emerging of the escape from Fort Mac wildfires, how you can contribute to help those left homeless
B.C. keeping wildfire crews at home for now

B.C. keeping wildfire crews at home for now

Pumps and hoses being sent to help with Fort McMurray fire, B.C. crews working on seven fires including one near Alberta border
Black Press names new Kootenay/Boundary publisher

Black Press names new Kootenay/Boundary publisher

Eric Lawson comes to the West Kootenay/Boundary with three decades of community media experience.
Mandatory long-form census is back

Mandatory long-form census is back

Most households will answer short version of 10 questions, not 36-page long form

City of Rossland hires new manager of finance

The City of Rossland has hired a new manager of finance.

Community Paramedicine Initiative to improve health care access in Rossland

Rossland is one of 73 BC communities that will participate in a provincial program offering residents enhanced services from paramedics.
Pickton book prompts B.C. ban on profits from crime

Pickton book prompts B.C. ban on profits from crime

New law aims to recover proceeds of memoirs, memorabilia sold by murderers, rapists and other criminals
NDP protests Premier Christy Clark's party pay

NDP protests Premier Christy Clark's party pay

NDP's David Eby asks conflict of interest commissioner to examine relationship between extra pay and exclusive fundraisers