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Impaired deaths down in B.C.

Impaired deaths down in B.C.

B.C.'s tough new impaired driving penalties have helped reduce deaths by 40 per cent in the first year.
B.C. judge upholds polygamy law

B.C. judge upholds polygamy law

A B.C. Supreme Court judge has upheld Canada's law against polygamy, because of potential harm to women and children.
Guards protest B.C. prison conditions

Guards protest B.C. prison conditions

B.C. needs more prison guards to protect against a rising number of assaults in crowded jails, their union says.
B.C. wants teens signed up to vote

B.C. wants teens signed up to vote

B.C.'s new chief electoral officer wants to extend voter registration to 16-year-olds while they are in high school.
New injunction sought for Occupy Vancouver

New injunction sought for Occupy Vancouver

The B.C. government is seeking another injunction after Occupy Vancouver moves one block to courthouse.

Three new faces on Rossland council

Preliminary results for the Rossland municipal election are in and they put three new faces on council.
B.C. Games shining bright in Greater Vernon

B.C. Games shining bright in Greater Vernon

Official ceremony launches countdown to sports extravaganza
Case closed on Heed's tainted election

Case closed on Heed's tainted election

Elections BC has dismissed complaints from an opposition MLA and the candidate Heed defeated in the 2009 B.C. election.
Stickers replacing blue garbage bags in Rossland

Stickers replacing blue garbage bags in Rossland

A sticker program will be replacing the blue garbage bags in Rossland. The program has already started.
Rossland candidates present their views

Rossland candidates present their views

Council hopefuls discussed education, recreation and infrastructure, among other things, at Tuesday night’s all-candidates forum.