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Dispute rages over gas pump

At issue is importance of pump as a Summerland artifact

Waterman speaks out about heated comments

Mayor’s report addresses ongoing disputes about major projects

Fisheries society asks for answers

Concerns raised about potential effects of Banks Crescent development

Autos likely high on U.S. NAFTA agenda

Early indications suggest automobiles will emerge as first priority on Day 1 of NAFTA negotiations

2017 now worst wildfire season in B.C.

Total area burned approaching 9,000 square km across the province

WorkSafeBC calls on construction industry to protect its workers

Asbestos-related deaths and diseases climbing as contractors fail to keep workers safe

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      Welcome Figure moved to Marston's workshop

         

        Ladysmith and Stz'uminus celebrate Aboriginal Day

           

          Kelowna man receives new lung as burnt home is torn down

          A house that burned down in June is knocked down, just as the owner receives a much needed surgery.

          Truck broken into while B.C. dad grieves

          Peter Short was saying goodbye to his daughter, who was dying of cancer

          Osoyoos chief honoured by community

          The Town of Oliver is bestowing its highest honour on Chief Clarence Louie.

          UPDATE: Small business group says no to B.C.’s $15 minimum wage plan

          ‘That extra money doesn’t magically appear or disappear for small business owners.’

          Resist urge to splurge by ditching smartphone

          UBCO research shows we’re more likely to buy products with touchscreen technology.

          Police break up bar brawl in Penticton

          Three men are facing charges of aggravated assault in Penticton

          B.C.’s Commonwealth Games bid moves ahead

          Business plan for 2022 submitted to B.C. government

          Blaze sparks in Naramata

          Fire crews were able to quickly contain a brush fire in Naramata

          Super 8 social housing gets easy pass in public hearing

          Only two residents disapproved of the project, and the project passed in council 5-2

          Scholarship created for B.C. RCMP officer killed on-duty

          Inaugural Sarah Beckett Memorial Scholarship awarded to young volunteer police reservist in Greater Victoria.

          Former B.C. teacher told student he loved her, drove by her house

          Hsu Yang Cheng has agreed to never apply to a teaching certificate again

          VIDEO: ‘Deadpool 2’ stuntwoman who died was pioneering motorcycle racer

          Joi (SJ) Harris was known for her beautiful spirit and bubbly personality

          Accidental deaths threaten endangered whale

          Accidental deaths among the endangered North Atlantic right whale threaten survival of species.

          Economy stifled by distractions

          Outlook still positive despite government and environment uncertainties.