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Changes to Canada’s national dental plan pitched to get dentists on side

Changes to Canada’s national dental plan pitched to get dentists on side

Dentist and hygienist associations say their members have been slow to sign up
100 Mile and District Outriders to replace wooden bleachers

100 Mile and District Outriders to replace wooden bleachers

The current grandstands have been standing for several decades now
Lethal force the only option in Surrey, B.C. hostage-taking, inquest hears

Lethal force the only option in Surrey, B.C. hostage-taking, inquest hears

Coroner’s inquest into deaths of couple killed by police in Whalley in 2019 opened April 16
Big Country Shriners’ King Crab and Prime Rib Buffet and Auction raises $40,000

Big Country Shriners’ King Crab and Prime Rib Buffet and Auction raises $40,000

The dinner auction was another sold-out success for the club
Quesnel company describes spilled effluent as a water softener backwash

Quesnel company describes spilled effluent as a water softener backwash

Liquid spilled by a West Fraser Timber MDF plant was being pumped to nearby pulp mill
B.C. ball hockey association suspended by national governing body

B.C. ball hockey association suspended by national governing body

Allegations against B.C. body include alleged sex offender on association board
UPDATE: Search for missing Lumby woman ends in tragedy

UPDATE: Search for missing Lumby woman ends in tragedy

Tatjana Stefanski was last seen in her ex-husband’s car
Drug drops, drones and weapons have B.C. prison guards on edge

Drug drops, drones and weapons have B.C. prison guards on edge

Rise of prison violence has workers feeling they are facing an ‘attack on all fronts’
Victoria police officer questioned on force options in death of woman

Victoria police officer questioned on force options in death of woman

Public hearing investigating 2019 death of Lisa Rauch continues with day three testimony from police
American paid $1,500 to smuggle family over Osoyoos border banned from Canada

American paid $1,500 to smuggle family over Osoyoos border banned from Canada

The man was caught in the snow after he left the family behind to flee police