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B.C. announces $23 million for new campsites

B.C. announces $23 million for new campsites

About 1,900 new campsites, parks foundation and new rangers coming soon
Pilot dead after CF-18 crash in northeastern Alberta

Pilot dead after CF-18 crash in northeastern Alberta

The plane was based out of the Canadian Forces Base in Cold Lake
Kootenay Savings Credit Union, United Steel Workers union reach tentative agreement

Kootenay Savings Credit Union, United Steel Workers union reach tentative agreement

Provisional agreement has been reached between KSCU and the union.

USW membership at KSCU ratifies new agreement

United Steel Workers and Kootenay Savings Credit Union have now ratified an agreement ending the labour dispute.
Kootenay Boundary doctors on poverty frontline

Kootenay Boundary doctors on poverty frontline

Poverty is one of the biggest risk factors for almost all major conditions that family medicine deals with, says Dr. Lee MacKay.
Fidel Castro dead at 90

Fidel Castro dead at 90

Cuban State TV announced the death of the revolutionary leader on Friday night.
Amber Alert deactivated: Delilah Felton found

Amber Alert deactivated: Delilah Felton found

The four-year-old was found safe in Surrey, and her mother remains in custody, police say.
China, RCMP ink deal to battle flow of deadly fentanyl

China, RCMP ink deal to battle flow of deadly fentanyl

RCMP Commisioner Bob Paulson met with Chinese vice-minister Chen Zhimin this week in Ottawa.
Low minimum wage, inefficient benefits keep one in five kids in poverty: report

Low minimum wage, inefficient benefits keep one in five kids in poverty: report

First Call BC believes the province's child poverty rate is declining too slowly
NDP vow to ban grizzly bear trophy hunt

NDP vow to ban grizzly bear trophy hunt

Election declaration that grizzlies are worth more from tourism alive than dead will divide province, BC Liberals say