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B.C.-wide recall on Cavendish Farms  and No Name hash brown potatoes

B.C.-wide recall on Cavendish Farms and No Name hash brown potatoes

Check your freezers for these brunch items!
Kodiaks announce annual award winners

Kodiaks announce annual award winners

Team captain Brandon Rowley named team MVP
Horgan says he'll keep wearing a mask, feels 'sad' for horn-honking protesters

Horgan says he'll keep wearing a mask, feels 'sad' for horn-honking protesters

"There will be no occupation in Victoria," says B.C. Premier John Horgan.
'Absolute nightmare': B.C. man recounts 10 months with ICBC's 'no-fault' insurance

'Absolute nightmare': B.C. man recounts 10 months with ICBC's 'no-fault' insurance

Less than two weeks after ICBC launched its 'no-fault' insurance paradigm, Scott Shepherd was hit by a car while walking on a sidewalk in North Vancouver.
Chair-dragging dog cited in Vancouver injury lawsuit

Chair-dragging dog cited in Vancouver injury lawsuit

A dog dragging a metal chair it was tied and running at high speed down a Vancouver street to caused multiple injuries to a woman, a lawsuit filed in B.C. Supreme Court says.
Police call on person who threw egg that knocked man out to 'take responsibility'

Police call on person who threw egg that knocked man out to 'take responsibility'

James Chapman says he's still feeling a little woozy after being hit by a raw egg thrown from a passing vehicle in Nanaimo last month.
Planning underway to prepare B.C. for wave of Ukrainian refugees

Planning underway to prepare B.C. for wave of Ukrainian refugees

The United Nations says 2.5 million people have fled Ukraine since Russia invaded the country on Feb. 24.
Want to quit your job and travel full-time? This woman did

Want to quit your job and travel full-time? This woman did

Tips from a woman who does it.
NLC celebrates International Women’s Day

NLC celebrates International Women’s Day

Northern Lights College celebrated International Women’s Day on March 8.
Alleged garden hose assault lawsuit names Delta police chief, wife

Alleged garden hose assault lawsuit names Delta police chief, wife

The woman suing Delta's police chief and his wife said being sprayed with a garden hose was "deliberate, malicious, oppressive and high-handed."