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B.C.-wide arrest warrant issued for Chilliwack woman

Downie Dee Maccallum, a 33-year-old Chilliwack woman, was arrested April 1 and charged with possession of stolen property.

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Q: I’m thinking about going back to school. Our kids are almost done elementary school and my husband faced a critical illness a few years ago. If he were to get ill again and I were to be the sole breadwinner for our family, I have no idea how we’d survive. But school is expensive; […]

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Steve Ewen: D-man duel between Byram, Smith highlights Giants – Chiefs series

Specialty teams and a pair of stud defencemen could determine Western Conference final series between Vancouver and Spokane

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Warriors 19, Wings 12: Vancouver keeps NLL playoff hopes alive

The Vancouver Warriors aren’t going down without a fight. The expansion NLL franchise defeated the Philadelphia Wings 19-12 on Sunday at Rogers Arena, keeping their slim playoff hopes alive. The Warriors’ Keegan Bal was the standout player of the game with nine assists and 14 points.  Teammate...

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Paul Kershaw: Our constitution protects children from environmental abuse

The Ontario government is challenging the federal Pricing Pollution Act in court because Premier Doug Ford claims it hurts hockey moms, commuters and office workers. Generation Squeeze disagrees. While many of us face affordability challenges, our organization knows that pricing pollution is not the...

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Letters to The Province, April 15, 2019: Allowing pipeline to Washington refineries would cut tankers on B.C. coast

"Washington state, which produces no oil, has five refineries with a combined capacity of 638,000 barrels per day," writes Mike Priaro

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Investigation launched after Dawson Creek woman dies following arrest

On April 13, RCMP arrested a man and a woman in Dawson Creek and placed them in holding cells as part of an ongoing investigation.

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