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BC Government proclaims “Cowboy Heritage Week” March 8 to15

BC Government proclaims “Cowboy Heritage Week” March 8 to15

"The history of the cowboy and his way of life needs to be told": MLA Donna Barnett
B.C. celebrates Pink Shirt Day (Tweets/PHOTOS)

B.C. celebrates Pink Shirt Day (Tweets/PHOTOS)

This year, Canadians were encouraged to post their Photos, Videos, and Tweets with the hashtags #PinkItForward and #PinkShirtDay
Universities don't need lobbyists, minister says

Universities don't need lobbyists, minister says

Andrew Wilkinson lobbied on behalf of SFU in his lawyering days, but as advanced education minister he says he's available

Body cameras for police gets thumbs up in B.C.

Body-worn cameras will do B.C. police good, recommends all-party report
NDP protests tax cut for top earners

NDP protests tax cut for top earners

B.C. Liberals rewarding the "champagne and caviar set" while raising fees for middle class, John Horgan tells finance minister
Houston 24/7 health care not an option

Houston 24/7 health care not an option

A Northern Health review of Houston services deemed 24/7 care "not feasible" based on health provider input and comparison to similar towns.

Nurses could expand scope of health care in Houston

Northern Health is looking to expand nurse services to offer a wider scope of care by becoming Remote Nursing Certified.
Crime in Houston climbing

Crime in Houston climbing

The crime and violence in Houston is climbing to alarming rates, now at the "highest ever in Houston."
B.C. budget: Operating debt begins to decline

B.C. budget: Operating debt begins to decline

Operating debt to decline, capital debt keeps growing as hospitals, schools, road and transit projects continue
Sexual abuse suit against John Furlong tossed

Sexual abuse suit against John Furlong tossed

Sexual abuse suit against former Vancouver Olympics CEO John Furlong dismissed