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The virtual fireside chat included talk about childcare and the budget
His place in Israeli history is secure, having served as prime minister for a total of 15 years
The premier says the lottery will offer three prizes worth $1 million a piece, as well as other prizes
New ER is nice but needs adequate staffing, local woman writes
A federal election is coming, and anything could happen
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The blockade at Vancouver Island’s Fairy Creek has reignited the debate on logging old growth timber in B.C., one that has been going on since at least the 1970s.
Successive governments in B.C. have protected more forested land, including old growth stands, but none have committed to ending the logging of old growth. At issue are the competing demands of protecting unique ecosystems that take hundreds of years to regenerate, and the economic value of old growth timbers.
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Ryan Uytdewilligen recognized for arts and culture writing, columnist Matthew Claxton earned silver
Board and executive director describe ordeal as a ‘travesty’, and vow to ‘be there’ with support and aid
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Langley’s Brie King cited for outstanding play in Canada’s 3-1 win over Serbia in Volleyball Nations League action
King ‘set a great game and put our hitters in good situations’ coach said
Eriksen was given chest compressions after collapsing on the field during a European Championship
Festival to host in-person audiences for free outdoor shows on Sept 4 among other themed concerts
Johnson brought a packed auditorium to its feet with a death-defying stunt
Print is still a highly effective medium for helping businesses reach their customers, according to Joe Smith
Provinces to get update next week on Canada’s border closure
Flag Day, Garbage Man Day, International Panic Day all coming up this week
One of the iconic birds is currently recovering at wildlife centre after being rescued
Black Press Virtual Career and Post-Secondary Education Event comes to Maple Ridge/Central Mainland
Nurse Next Door covers home care needs, and helps clients get back to the things they love most