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B.C. marijuana petition gets green light

B.C. marijuana petition gets green light

Activist wants to force changes to B.C. Police Act in HST-style campaign to block simple possession charges
Premier Clark winds up Kelowna byelection run

Premier Clark winds up Kelowna byelection run

Premier Christy Clark's bid to get a seat in the B.C. legislature culminates today as voters go to the polls in Westside-Kelowna.

Housing market in Vanderhoof

Vanderhoof's housing market is down from last year but is expected to pick up for the last half of the year.
Assault at Vanderhoof hotel

Assault at Vanderhoof hotel

A woman came into Glen's Motor Hotel on June 2 with a knife and bear spray then got into an argument and hurt several people.
B.C. seeks lessons from Quebec disaster

B.C. seeks lessons from Quebec disaster

B.C. will incorporate lessons from the Lac Megantic rail disaster in its own effort to improve oil spill protection
Jobs Minister Shirley Bond defends B.C.'s Bollywood awards

Jobs Minister Shirley Bond defends B.C.'s Bollywood awards

NDP says TV ratings of 30 million Indian households show the B.C. Liberals blew $11 million on an election stunt
Surrey duo arrested in foiled plot to bomb Canada Day crowd at Legislature in Victoria

Surrey duo arrested in foiled plot to bomb Canada Day crowd at Legislature in Victoria

Police call it case of domestic terrorism, inspired by 'Al-Qaeda'; Premier to speak
Premier Clark: 'We will not let them win'

Premier Clark: 'We will not let them win'

Bombs apparently targeted thousands gathered at legislature for Canada Day.

Fire danger levels to rise

After Canada Day weekend the danger level is expected rise along with the temperatures in Vanderhoof.
New principal at NVSS

New principal at NVSS

Ken Young will be coming from Fort St. James secondary school to take over for Lynn Maksymchak as the head of NVSS.