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Evacuation alerts rescinded in some areas of North Okanagan, including Vernon

Evacuation alerts rescinded in some areas of North Okanagan, including Vernon

Rain fell across region overnight, providing more reprieve in fire fight
BC Green Party chair lands job at District of Squamish

BC Green Party chair lands job at District of Squamish

Former MLA candidate Jeremy Valeriote is working as executive co-ordinator to the mayor and CAO.
Whistler’s Meg O’Hara has carved out a niche as one of Canada’s foremost ski industry painters

Whistler’s Meg O’Hara has carved out a niche as one of Canada’s foremost ski industry painters

Toronto native boasts a growing list of clientele and more than doubled her business in the pandemic 
Whistlerites Cody Flann and Noah Brusse making the leap to NCAA hockey

Whistlerites Cody Flann and Noah Brusse making the leap to NCAA hockey

Cody Flann and Noah Brusse are reuniting in the ncaa after a few years as competitors in KIJHL
Ranchers race against raging wildfire to save cows, land

Ranchers race against raging wildfire to save cows, land

Three massive fires are burning around a third-generation ranch, threatening not only their land but also their cattle.
Here are the top 10 travel destinations B.C. residents are searching for

Here are the top 10 travel destinations B.C. residents are searching for

Where is the first place you want to visit outside of Canada?
Safety alert: Health Canada recalls dehumidifiers due to 'fire hazard'

Safety alert: Health Canada recalls dehumidifiers due to 'fire hazard'

Consumers are advised to immediately stop using the affected product and ask the manufacturer for a refund.
In B.C.'s biggest river, 85% of the salmon habitat has been lost

In B.C.'s biggest river, 85% of the salmon habitat has been lost

A new study has found only 15 per cent of salmon's historical habitat remains on B.C.'s Lower Fraser River, Canada's biggest salmon-bearing stream. Could removing over 1,000 barriers bring them back?
'Some just say I've had enough': Labour shortage holding back hospitality industry

'Some just say I've had enough': Labour shortage holding back hospitality industry

Extended government benefits, apathy and burnout are some of the factors contributing to the seismic shift in employment.
PARTIAL RECALL: Week of August 5, 2021

PARTIAL RECALL: Week of August 5, 2021