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Facility in Memorial Park the first of its kind in Canada
Vernon Family Resource Centre and VDICSS recently received a $5,000 grant to expand services
Kamloops RCMP say the Oliver man was arrested after attempted robbery with his 3-year-old child
Vancouver, Edmonton, Toronto all in the running to host games
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International study with researchers from SFU hopes to focus search efforts for lost species
Burger index used as gauge of countries’ purchase power parity
Kane Blake and the rest of the task force were publicly thanked by MP Dan Albas
Dyra Pridham excelled in her MBA studies years after starting a family, proof that there are plenty of paths to get to success
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Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary and Kelowna dates included among 25 Canadian dates
People magazine, citing an unnamed source, said A$AP and Rihanna are home in Los Angeles
Kenney resigned after just 51 per cent of party rank-and-file endorsed him in a leadership review
Vandalism of reconciliation mural in Summerland is one of many incidents involving racial hatred
Free and confidential health and wellness supports for BC youth ages 12 to 24 – online and in-person
Every year, KidSport pays registration fees for low-income families, so ALL kids can play