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Central B.C. gold mine developer says permits could be in place by June

Central B.C. gold mine developer says permits could be in place by June

Cariboo Gold project, southeast of Prince George near the village of Wells, would clean up land left contaminated by former mining operations in the area
You might not be covered if your pipes burst when you're on vacation

You might not be covered if your pipes burst when you're on vacation

While most homeowner insurance policies cover damage caused by burst/frozen pipes (not the damage to the pipes themselves), there is a big caveat.
Home builders push back at Kelowna attempt to review construction hours

Home builders push back at Kelowna attempt to review construction hours

Bylaws allow construction to occur in the city from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m. 365 days a year.
Man caught with loaded 'ghost gun' at Burnaby mall gets 2.5 years in prison

Man caught with loaded 'ghost gun' at Burnaby mall gets 2.5 years in prison

Metro Vancouver Transit Police seized a loaded, semi-automatic handgun from Arunjit Virk just outside the Metrotown mall in March 2021.
Picketing at SkyTrains in Metro Vancouver to be discussed Monday

Picketing at SkyTrains in Metro Vancouver to be discussed Monday

The meeting will determine if picketing can take place at SkyTrain stations.
Ontario preparing 'back to basics' curriculum for kindergarten

Ontario preparing 'back to basics' curriculum for kindergarten

TORONTO — Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce is extending his "back to basics" curriculum push into kindergarten.
Fraser Lake leaders hold emergency meeting to deal with sawmill closure

Fraser Lake leaders hold emergency meeting to deal with sawmill closure

Mayor Sarrah Storey says village looking for solutions after West Fraser Timber announces permanent shuttering of sawmill in May
Nexii gets reprieve to end of April

Nexii gets reprieve to end of April

B.C. Supreme Court extends protection under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act to April 30, so that it could find a buyer. 
GoFundMe launched for northern B.C. family who lost belongings in fire

GoFundMe launched for northern B.C. family who lost belongings in fire

A GoFundMe campaign has been launched for a Dawson Creek mother and her three children after a house fire on Jan. 18.
Delta firefighter victim of fatal UBC parkade crash

Delta firefighter victim of fatal UBC parkade crash

Marc Jubinville remembered for his "exceptional service and bravery."