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Shoes made by Nike co-founder for track legend Harry Jerome hitting the auction block

Shoes made by Nike co-founder for track legend Harry Jerome hitting the auction block

Pair designed for Canadian Olympic Hall of Famer expected to fetch US$1M later this month at Sotheby’s
B.C. woman goes viral for taking in unwanted pets, animals

B.C. woman goes viral for taking in unwanted pets, animals

A Nanaimo woman found unique ways — Gatorade being one of them — to keep her animals hydrated during last week's heat wave.
716 dormant wells targeted in latest round of cleanup funding

716 dormant wells targeted in latest round of cleanup funding

Fifty-three B.C.-based oil and gas field service companies are being awarded $50-million in funding clean up more than 700 dormant oil and gas sites, the province announced Thursday.

Climate change made B.C. heat wave 150 times more likely: analysis

Study finds climate warming would lead to similar events every five to 10 years by the 2040s.
West Moberly and PRRD sign new MOU

West Moberly and PRRD sign new MOU

New agreement.
'Legs were like spaghetti': $35M Lotto Max prize won by semi-retired truck driver from Kamloops

'Legs were like spaghetti': $35M Lotto Max prize won by semi-retired truck driver from Kamloops

Gary Hill matched all seven numbers.
Twelve caribou calves to be released from maternity pen this summer

Twelve caribou calves to be released from maternity pen this summer

Second-highest pregnancy rate in eight-year history of maternity pen
Here's how to make a DIY air filter scientifically tested to take on smoky summer skies

Here's how to make a DIY air filter scientifically tested to take on smoky summer skies

The filters were created by the BCCDC in collaboration with UBC
DC's Dare to Dream Music Festival goes live July 17 to 18

DC's Dare to Dream Music Festival goes live July 17 to 18

The Dawson Creek Music Festival is going live July 17 to 18.
From Alberta to Alaska: Charitable cyclists look to build classrooms in Cambodia

From Alberta to Alaska: Charitable cyclists look to build classrooms in Cambodia

A couple from Red Deer is passing through Fort St. John today on their quest to reach Alaska by bike and with the goal of raising $35,000 to build a school in Cambodia.