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Three vehicles involved in collision, air ambulance called to scene
Perry Bellegarde insists he is not that close to the Liberals as elections looms
The roof of the warehouse was blown off in the explosion near St. John’s
Barry Trotz announced his resignation on Monday
Ryan Vandervlis, a 20-year old centre with Lethbridge Hurricanes has been placed in a medically induced coma
RBC makes donation to support artists in early stage of their careers
Jazzlinks set to perform at House of James
Child advocate Bernard Richard leaves B.C. with harsh message
With cancer treatment set to begin, Chilliwack Progress reporter Jessica Peters has a few words of advice.
Although billing water at different rates depending on the season could help boost conservation efforts and potentially reduce the need for Abbotsford and Mission to tap other sources, consultants for the city recommended last year against immediately implementing such rates in favour of tweaks to existing conservation programs.
Since being told they were in danger of running out of water a decade ago, Abbotsford and Mission have managed to cut consumption rates dramatically. That allowed the two municipalities to take a more measured approach toward finding a new source, and made residents’ decision to reject a proposal to tap Stave Lake look prescient.
New Abbotsford shop showcases natural, local products to help you look and feel your best
Waterfront location inspires new Sooke Harbour residences