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Finishing details at the Burden renovation. (HAVAN photo)

PODCAST: Finishing details for real-time heritage home reno

TODAY IN BC: Following the Burden family through their real-time renovation

 

The Burden Family. (HAVAN Photo)

PODCAST:Following B.C.’s Burden family through their real-time renovation

TODAY IN BC:Millwork, walls and floors tackled in latest episode

 

Blake and Morgan Belton had some surprise visitors as they exchanged their wedding vows on Quadra Island. Photo courtesy With Love Photography

Orca pod crashes Quadra Island wedding

‘That’s a pretty good good way to start your marriage off’ — wedding videographer

 

Bruce and Geoff Courtnall. (Greg Sakaki photo)

PODCAST: Courtnall Society funds charities that help mental health issues

TODAY IN B.C.: Brothers Geoff, Bruce and Russ lost father Archie to depression

Bruce and Geoff Courtnall. (Greg Sakaki photo)
Following B.C.’s Burden family through their real-time renovation. (HAVAN Photo)

PODCAST: Following B.C.’s Burden family through their real-time renovation

TODAY IN BC: Project Planning and tough choices that had to be made

Following B.C.’s Burden family through their real-time renovation. (HAVAN Photo)
Lt. Clinton Morgen, played by actor Patrick Stack, leads an ill-fated pursuit of Rambo during the film Rambo: First Blood. Stack is coming to Hope to take part in Rambo 40th anniversary celebrations. (YouTube screenshot)

Patrick Stack brought humour to heavy Rambo film as Lt. Clinton Morgen

Hope celebrates the 40th anniversary of Rambo: First Blood over the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend

Lt. Clinton Morgen, played by actor Patrick Stack, leads an ill-fated pursuit of Rambo during the film Rambo: First Blood. Stack is coming to Hope to take part in Rambo 40th anniversary celebrations. (YouTube screenshot)
Adrian Dix, B.C. Minister of Health. (Union of B.C. Municipalities photo)

PODCAST: UBCM hosts ‘reimagining health care in B.C.’ session

Today in B.C.: Panel offers transformative solutions to province’s health care problems

Adrian Dix, B.C. Minister of Health. (Union of B.C. Municipalities photo)
Ucluelet garbageman Frank Thomas Trodden took this photo of just some of the bounty he received during an appreciation day held in his honour to thank him for his hard work and positive attitude. (Photo courtesy of Frank Thomas Trodden)

B.C. small town shows its ‘Frank Appreciation’ for popular garbage collector

“Thanks Frank for doing a great job. We really do appreciate you.”

Ucluelet garbageman Frank Thomas Trodden took this photo of just some of the bounty he received during an appreciation day held in his honour to thank him for his hard work and positive attitude. (Photo courtesy of Frank Thomas Trodden)
Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard (left) at Kelowna’s Kettle River Brewing (Photo - @kettleriverbrew/Instagram)

Kelowna turned ‘upside down’ by Stranger Things stars

The Stranger Things star is from Vancouver

Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard (left) at Kelowna’s Kettle River Brewing (Photo - @kettleriverbrew/Instagram)
Spotlight Films Committee members James Elliot (L) and Mary Ann Westaway (R) pose with library director Cari Lynn Gawletz. (Photo courtesy of Mary Ann Westaway)

Grand Forks film group makes donation to public library

Spotlight Films was put out of business after the COVID-19 pandemic

Spotlight Films Committee members James Elliot (L) and Mary Ann Westaway (R) pose with library director Cari Lynn Gawletz. (Photo courtesy of Mary Ann Westaway)
Principal Brian Foy greeted the graduates as they made their way to the stage. (Audrey Gunn/Grand Forks Gazette)

Grand Forks Secondary School Class of 2022 celebrate with ceremony and parade

Grads had an in-person ceremony at the Jack Goddard Memorial Arena for the first time since 2019

Principal Brian Foy greeted the graduates as they made their way to the stage. (Audrey Gunn/Grand Forks Gazette)
The Grand Forks community gathered on June 4 to celebrate Pride. The event included a variety of booths and activities. Photo submitted by Carol Mitchell

Grand Forks hosts first ever Pride event

‘I just think that there’s room for everybody. And really it’s just about love. We’re all humans.’

The Grand Forks community gathered on June 4 to celebrate Pride. The event included a variety of booths and activities. Photo submitted by Carol Mitchell
The kick-off event on May 28 attracted 40 people. (Photo credit Joel Dupuis)

Geocoin challenge celebrates Grand Forks’ 125th anniversary

Geocaches are located at historical landmarks around the town

The kick-off event on May 28 attracted 40 people. (Photo credit Joel Dupuis)
Reba McEntire poses with Brent Gray, Mati Arsoniadis, Ashlynne Riddoch at the Washington Avenue Grill Monday (May 23, 2022). (Contributed photo)
Reba McEntire poses with Brent Gray, Mati Arsoniadis, Ashlynne Riddoch at the Washington Avenue Grill Monday (May 23, 2022). (Contributed photo)
The cast of the musical production gathering for a flash mob at the farmer’s market Friday morning, giving the community a sneak peak of their show. (Audrey Gunn/Grand Forks Gazette)

Extra, Extra! – Grand Forks theatre group assembles for ‘Newsies’ flash mob

The GFSS drama class and BMTS attracted a crowd at the Grand Forks Farmer’s market on Friday morning

The cast of the musical production gathering for a flash mob at the farmer’s market Friday morning, giving the community a sneak peak of their show. (Audrey Gunn/Grand Forks Gazette)
A sign posted at the Christina Lake public beach notifying residents of the campground plan. (Danna O'Donnell/Facebook)

Province delays plans for Christina Lake campground in face of opposition

Nothing will happen until 2023, after a consultation process

A sign posted at the Christina Lake public beach notifying residents of the campground plan. (Danna O'Donnell/Facebook)
The cast of Steel Magnolias poses for a picture in front of the Gem Theatre. (Audrey Gunn/Grand Forks Gazette)
The cast of Steel Magnolias poses for a picture in front of the Gem Theatre. (Audrey Gunn/Grand Forks Gazette)
North Vancouver community members and Ukrainian-Canadians gathered May 1 to offer up their thoughts to those stuck in Ukraine. (Jane Skrypnek/Black Press Media)

VIDEO: North Vancouver community gathers in solidarity with Ukraine

Gathering, speaking out vital to ensuring Ukrainians aren’t forgotten, says speaker

North Vancouver community members and Ukrainian-Canadians gathered May 1 to offer up their thoughts to those stuck in Ukraine. (Jane Skrypnek/Black Press Media)
Sixty years after the founding of the B.C. Chicken Marketing Board, 308 broiler chicken growers are registered in B.C., contributing 14,353 total jobs and $1.1 billion to Canada’s GDP.

BC Chicken marks 60 years with a delicious new contest

Enter your best BC chicken recipe for your chance to win!

  • Jan 31, 2022
Sixty years after the founding of the B.C. Chicken Marketing Board, 308 broiler chicken growers are registered in B.C., contributing 14,353 total jobs and $1.1 billion to Canada’s GDP.
Midway Fire and Rescue’s Jeremy Reid (left) and Chief Mike Daloise hold up a cheque brought by the Midway Partnership Fund’s Cheryl Petrie (centre) on Wednesday, Dec. 8. Photo courtesy of Van Atkinson

Midway Partnership Fund donates to village fire department

Donation put toward specialized rope-training, says fire chief

  • Dec 10, 2021
Midway Fire and Rescue’s Jeremy Reid (left) and Chief Mike Daloise hold up a cheque brought by the Midway Partnership Fund’s Cheryl Petrie (centre) on Wednesday, Dec. 8. Photo courtesy of Van Atkinson