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Rob Fleming toured the Cariboo region recently
Far-right radicals in the Ukraine boasted they received training from the Canadian Armed Forces
Environment Canada expects most intense winds to dissipate before storm arrives on B.C. shores
Episode two of the Abbotsford Farm Podcast features Canucks head coach and local hot dog hero
Thatcher Demko makes 29 saves as winners end two-game skid
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This Is My Prairie, features country luminaries including Brett Kissel, Terri Clark and Paul Brandt
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Training program helps Indigenous youth engage in a meaningful career in the environmental sector