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Canadian artist honours journalists fighting for truth during National Newspaper Week

Canadian artist honours journalists fighting for truth during National Newspaper Week

Ola Volo aims to 'spark conversation' about the role of the media in building Canadian communities with Champion The Truth limited edition and signed print, with proceeds donated to Canadian Journalists for Free Expression
Here are 7 dolphins you could spot in B.C. waters (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Here are 7 dolphins you could spot in B.C. waters (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Did you know all of these marine cuties visited local waters?
Peace Region abattoir plans progressing

Peace Region abattoir plans progressing

PRRD committee votes to support grant application to BC Hydro's Site C agricultural fund
Here's how Indigenous tourism can help with reconciliation

Here's how Indigenous tourism can help with reconciliation

'The path toward reconciliation is ongoing,' says the president and CEO of the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada.
Virtual orca show dives into issues of marine noise pollution, conservation

Virtual orca show dives into issues of marine noise pollution, conservation

A B.C. woman's virtual reality project, exploring the impact people have on southern resident killer whales and the ocean, premiered at the Smithsonian this week.
Cancer survivor to run over two marathons to raise money for BC Children's Hospital

Cancer survivor to run over two marathons to raise money for BC Children's Hospital

So far the GoFundMe page has reached over $60,000 in donations!
How to meaningfully recognize National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

How to meaningfully recognize National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

"Be with us on this day," says one residential school survivor.
B.C. father of two dies of COVID, prompts others to get vaccinated

B.C. father of two dies of COVID, prompts others to get vaccinated

Joshua Mellor, 39, died Sept. 27. He loved farming and his family, according to his sister.
Mile Zero farming

Mile Zero farming

The Rolla area is rich in agriculture, as is much of the Peace.
Winning Lotto Max ticket worth $70M bought in Burnaby — biggest in B.C. history

Winning Lotto Max ticket worth $70M bought in Burnaby — biggest in B.C. history

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