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‘Silent sentinels’: Nelson’s Cold War air raid sirens still stand

‘Silent sentinels’: Nelson’s Cold War air raid sirens still stand

One of the five sirens is now housed at the Nelson museum, others are decomissioned
B.C.’s Hazelnut Inn a new escape to world of ‘delight and wonder’

B.C.’s Hazelnut Inn a new escape to world of ‘delight and wonder’

Long-awaited ‘magical boutique hotel’ opening doors during this year’s Yarrow Days on June 1
South Cariboo teacher disciplined after inappropriate classroom remarks

South Cariboo teacher disciplined after inappropriate classroom remarks

Brian Carmichael works in Clinton; the remarks were made to grades 7-9 students
Former Kelowna bookkeeper guilty of fraud to spend 6 years in jail, pay $1M

Former Kelowna bookkeeper guilty of fraud to spend 6 years in jail, pay $1M

Carey Earl has been found guilty of defrauding Access Human Resources, an agency that helps adults with disabilities
12,000-seat stadium pitched for Surrey could be used for World Cup training

12,000-seat stadium pitched for Surrey could be used for World Cup training

Proposed site at Tom Binnie Park enchroaches on BC Lions football facility
‘Whole country is not on fire’: Canada’s tourism struggles as fires rekindle

‘Whole country is not on fire’: Canada’s tourism struggles as fires rekindle

‘Climate change is an essential threat to Canadian tourism, to their reputation’
B.C. United, B.C. Conservative merger ‘pretty unlikely’: political scientist

B.C. United, B.C. Conservative merger ‘pretty unlikely’: political scientist

But Stewart Prest also sees winds ‘blowing’ against left-of-centre governments
Central Saanich to start providing free menstrual product in public spaces

Central Saanich to start providing free menstrual product in public spaces

They are also taking donations for United Way’s Period Promise Campaign
5 Interior B.C. highways could see snow ahead of long weekend

5 Interior B.C. highways could see snow ahead of long weekend

2-5 cm of snow is expected on the Coquihalla, Rogers Pass and elsewhere
Chief says grave search at B.C. residential school brings things ‘full circle’

Chief says grave search at B.C. residential school brings things ‘full circle’

Gathering of more than 20 First Nations share knowledge gained in their search for unmarked graves