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Small lot ammendment appoved by council

Council approves bylaw ammendment
B.C. gang strategy working, Bond says

B.C. gang strategy working, Bond says

B.C.'s two-year-old 'gangs and guns' strategy is working, and the province will continue to do its share to maintain it, Public Safety Minister Shirley Bond says.
Campbell confirmed as UK ambassador

Campbell confirmed as UK ambassador

The federal government has confirmed the appointment of former B.C. premier Gordon Campbell as Canada's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.
Half of 3 million HST ballots returned

Half of 3 million HST ballots returned

More than 1.6 million voters sent in their ballots for B.C.'s referendum on the harmonized sales tax, a participation rate that matches the 51 per cent turnout for the 2009 B.C. election.

Columbia Basin Culture Tour this weekend

Columbia Basin Culture Tour includes local stops in Rossland
Naughty Knickers Night Sunday

Naughty Knickers Night Sunday

Gold Fever Follies host annual cabaret night on Sunday, this year renamed Naughty Knickers Night

Shaw listens to West Kootenay customers and makes the switch

Shaw makes switch to Spokane channels
Hydro rate increases to be cut back

Hydro rate increases to be cut back

BC Hydro should reduce its proposed rate increases by half and prune back a corporation that has become overstaffed and micromanaged, according to a review panel appointed by the B.C. government.
Municipal auditor plan ruffles feathers

Municipal auditor plan ruffles feathers

The B.C. government's plan to appoint a municipal auditor-general has raised concerns in local government circles, but the minister responsible says it won't mean the province is going to start telling local councils how to tax and spend money.
Sex partners urged to disclose infections via e-cards

Sex partners urged to disclose infections via e-cards

B.C. joins online service to help battle spread of disease