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Bell apologizes for 'gay tourism' error

Bell apologizes for 'gay tourism' error

Jobs Minister Pat Bell has asked his staff to investigate how a ministry brochure erroneously warned against promoting gay tourism in China.
B.C. joins lineup at China's door

B.C. joins lineup at China's door

Premier Christy Clark and senior B.C. cabinet ministers are seeing plenty of competition as they visit China this week.
Province orders review of BC Transit

Province orders review of BC Transit

The B.C. government is preparing an outside review the operation of BC Transit, after local elections.
Thaw in chilly talks to keep RCMP in B.C.

Thaw in chilly talks to keep RCMP in B.C.

Civic rep Fassbender hopeful: 'Nobody is threatening anybody at the moment'
NDP leads in new B.C. opinion poll

NDP leads in new B.C. opinion poll

The B.C. Liberals have lost support to the B.C. Conservatives, according to an Angus Reid survey.
SD51 AREA E KETTLE VALLEY EAST CANDIDATE: Cathy Riddle

SD51 AREA E KETTLE VALLEY EAST CANDIDATE: Cathy Riddle

My name is Cathy Riddle and I have been a trustee for the board of education for SD51 for nine years.
SD51 AREA C CANDIDATE: Sally Garcelon

SD51 AREA C CANDIDATE: Sally Garcelon

My name is Sally Garcelon and I have lived at Christina Lake for 35 years.

Local disagrees with government ruling on Boss Power settlement

Erika Tafel says the Blizzard Uranium settlement between Boss Power and the B.C. government is "a guard dog without teeth."
RDKB AREA D CANDIDATE: Teresa Taylor

RDKB AREA D CANDIDATE: Teresa Taylor

I love our community and want to see it grow to it’s fullest potential.

POLICE REPORT: Black SUV flips on Hwy 3, three injured

Three people suffered injuries in an accident that took place on Highway 3 on Nov. 1 when the 2000 GMC Jimmy they were in flipped.