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Province delays launch of new school curriculum

Province delays launch of new school curriculum

Bernier unveils one-year extension, shift in timing of FSA tests
China, RCMP ink deal to battle flow of deadly fentanyl

China, RCMP ink deal to battle flow of deadly fentanyl

RCMP Commisioner Bob Paulson met with Chinese vice-minister Chen Zhimin this week in Ottawa.
ICBC won't insure luxury cars, Stone says after forecast of steep rate hikes

ICBC won't insure luxury cars, Stone says after forecast of steep rate hikes

The insurance corporation forecasts rate increases from 6.4 to 9.4 per cent a year until 2020
Regular winter temperatures expected for B.C.

Regular winter temperatures expected for B.C.

Chilly winter in store for most of Canada.
21 year old local woman charged with second-degree murder

21 year old local woman charged with second-degree murder

January Longe, a 21 year old woman, has been charged with Second Degree Murder

Toward Reconciliation: Wuikinuxv Member Frank Johnson appointed to CCRD

The CCRD Board of Directors appointed Wuikinuxv member Frank Johnson to the vacant Electoral Area A Director position
Lobelco Hall grand piano damaged beyond repair; Arts Council seeks donations to repair it

Lobelco Hall grand piano damaged beyond repair; Arts Council seeks donations to repair it

Many of you in the community will have seen the grand piano that lives in a small square sealed off space in Lobelco Hall.
B.C. to move child protection back to indigenous communities

B.C. to move child protection back to indigenous communities

Grand Chief Ed John gives recommendations to Premier Chriisty Clark, who promises more resources and local control
Trudeau announces $1.5B ocean protection plan; no tanker ban yet

Trudeau announces $1.5B ocean protection plan; no tanker ban yet

First Nations leaders and environmental groups across the coast have expressed “cautious optimism”
Tug lifted from Seaforth Channel as Clark prepares for Buckingham visit

Tug lifted from Seaforth Channel as Clark prepares for Buckingham visit

A 700,000 ton barge and tug system brought in from Seattle faced a series of challenges in its efforts