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North Island-Powell River MP Rachel Blaney wrote to Veterans Affairs Minister Lawrence…
Daughter’s Grade 6 class asked to write down 5 positive stories or facts
We Are Ready: The challenge of closed containment
People from around the world send birthday cards showing young Canoe resident he’s not alone
Helen Watson has packed a lot into life – including being in two pandemics
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Pandemic, for some wine makers, has been a blessing in disguise. For others, not so much.
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Julie Flett is the winner of this year’s TD Canadian Children’s Literature Award
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Cpl. Cory Lepine serves as a bridge between the law and those who make a living off the land
Maradona struggled with substance use and doping accusations throughout his career
Surging virus cases and border restrictions have led to delays, uncertainty
BCTF President Teri Mooring asks parents to talk with children about wearing masks in school
Snap up an East Courtenay suite, move in Dec. 1, then string up the lights and tinsel
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