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Environmentalists, industry advocates weigh in on Surrey’s plan for industrial expansion
Hundreds of tractor trailers and supporting vehicles are expected to gather in Ottawa
Report alleges 12 areas of non-compliance
Fees were waived during the pandemic but will return spring 2022
Few non health care facility users taking up space in local hospital lot, writer argues
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Are we approaching the end of the pandemic, or not?
We’ve been here before. Last summer, the number of infections fell sharply and with mass vaccination well underway, it seemed the pandemic might be behind us.
Then the Delta wave struck in the summer and fall.
Just as Delta was receding in the late fall, Omicron hit.
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Family Literacy Day in Canada is held each year on Jan. 27.
Man recovers from traumatic brain injury after taking part in cutting edge cognitive recovery program
Clayton Pelletier rolled into ABI Wellness in a wheelchair and walked out a year and half later
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Names of those in protocol will not be shared, unless an athlete who can’t compete wishes to disclose
‘To have this decision made at such a critical time of year is disheartening for everyone involved in school sport’
Langley Charitable Nights, a newly formed group, will host dinner and entertainment fundraisers
University theatre program will no longer take in new students after this school year
Survey finds Labour Day weekend busier than 2019, giving operators optimism for 2022
Cold weather disruptions have led to near-record inventories, could force production reductions
Owners share footage from inside damaged building, announce potential re-opening date
Ryan Kehler found the strange weather phenomenon on an early morning hike
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