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Police dog helped find Duncan woman who went missing on walk

Police dog helped find Duncan woman who went missing on walk

North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP Duncan got a call just after 5 a.m., after the woman’s roommate became concerned that she had not returned home from an evening walk the night before.
Metro Vancouver gas prices could drop to levels not seen since January

Metro Vancouver gas prices could drop to levels not seen since January

One petroleum analyst from GasBuddy says the price of a litre of regular gasoline could drop by as much as 20 cents in the coming week, and even more the week after.
Egg cartons were invented in B.C.

Egg cartons were invented in B.C.

A Bulkley Valley invention.
Robots roll into B.C. retail operations

Robots roll into B.C. retail operations

Metro retailers employing robots for efficiency, and improved customer service
B.C. Liberal Party members endorse switch to B.C. United

B.C. Liberal Party members endorse switch to B.C. United

Eighty per cent of members voted for the name change, B.C. Liberal leader Kevin Falcon said at a news conference Wednesday morning
Landlord frustrated with non-paying tenant, awaiting eviction decision

Landlord frustrated with non-paying tenant, awaiting eviction decision

With the loss of rent and the damages caused to the home, the landlord estimated he’s at a $20,000 loss so far.
B.C. woman's remains found decades after her killer was convicted

B.C. woman's remains found decades after her killer was convicted

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — The remains of a woman have been found in Prince George, B.C., 30 years after her killer was convicted of her murder. RCMP say the human remains were discovered last month in Connaught Hill Park.
Natural gas projects bolster B.C.’s upstream sector

Natural gas projects bolster B.C.’s upstream sector

American, Canadian initiatives advancing pipeline expansion plans in the province
Four First Nations cultural heritage projects on Island receive funding

Four First Nations cultural heritage projects on Island receive funding

Money, provided by the province, will go to trails, learning and cultural centres and a long house
B.C. health-care worker wins first Lake Life Lottery prize

B.C. health-care worker wins first Lake Life Lottery prize

“I’m really excited to share these prizes with my family,” said Allen Davenport.
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