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Lottery CEO's conflict didn't cost him

Lottery CEO's conflict didn't cost him

Michael Graydon talked with casino company about a job for two months, still got a bonus and two months' pay when he quit
New forest fire air tankers in service

New forest fire air tankers in service

Smaller amphibious planes offer more flexibility than the huge Martin Mars water bombers they replaced
Polish shipyard wins BC Ferries work

Polish shipyard wins BC Ferries work

New intermediate vessels will serve Powell River and the Gulf Islands, equipped to use diesel or liquefied natural gas
Truckers unlikely to use B.C.'s higher speed limits

Truckers unlikely to use B.C.'s higher speed limits

B.C. Trucking Association opposed increase, fears higher crash risk
Speed limits going up around B.C.

Speed limits going up around B.C.

A new 120 km/h limit on three stretches of divided highway, other limits raised on southern highways

Second mediator bows out of B.C. teacher strike

Second mediator declines to take on B.C. teachers' labour dispute
Judge finds no ground for teacher mediation

Judge finds no ground for teacher mediation

B.C. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Kelleher found two sides too far apart for a settlement
Canada Day 2014!

Canada Day 2014!

Vanderhoof celebrates Canada's 147 birthday on Canada Day 2014.
B.C.'s cash offer to end teacher strike ends

B.C.'s cash offer to end teacher strike ends

British Columbia's cash offer to end teacher's strike ends today

Nechako Valley Sports Association take aim at cancer.

Nechako Valley Sports Association (NVSA) hold a benefit tournament for St. John Hospitals Oncology department.