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Locals learn new jobs skills through CNC program for older workers

Locals learn new jobs skills through CNC program for older workers

The College of New Caledonia have applied for funding for a 12-week course which aims to give updated skills and development training to older workers.
John Cummins is running for B.C. Conservative leadership

John Cummins is running for B.C. Conservative leadership

Former Delta-Richmond East MP John Cummins announces candidacy
Hitting the campaign trail

Hitting the campaign trail

Prepare to be wooed as would-be federal politicians try to earn your vote in the May 2 election.
Missing Women inquiry will hear more voices

Missing Women inquiry will hear more voices

New round of less formal hearings announced
Harper tax cut too slow, rivals say

Harper tax cut too slow, rivals say

Conservative leader Stephen Harper used his B.C. campaign swing Monday to offer a new income-splitting plan for families, but his rivals were quick to note that the proposed implementation is years away.

Fatalities dropping as result of new impaired driving law

The immediate penalties that impaired drivers face are the reason behind the early success of the Immediate Roadside Prohibition legislation, say the BC RCMP.
Victims in limbo [Part 2 of Justice Denied series]

Victims in limbo [Part 2 of Justice Denied series]

Battered by their abusers, they now grapple with delays in B.C.'s congested court system
June mail-in vote on keeping HST

June mail-in vote on keeping HST

Tories eye B.C. seat gains but also have weaknesses

Tories eye B.C. seat gains but also have weaknesses

Federal election now underway all about confidence: Pundit

Cabinet shuffle eliminates Rustad as Parliamentary Secretary for Silviculture

While his appointment as the Parliamentary Secretary for Silviculture has been eliminated, Nechako Lakes MLA John Rustad says he’ll be continuing the work he’s done so far.