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B.C. pulling ahead on LNG, Clark says

B.C. pulling ahead on LNG, Clark says

Premier pitches benefits for communities, says B.C. gas export projects are well ahead of U.S. competitors
B.C. Municipalities: Local politicians support four-year terms

B.C. Municipalities: Local politicians support four-year terms

UBCM convention backs longer terms to match up with provincial elections, an issue that pits rural and urban communities
Scooter regulation plan runs out of juice

Scooter regulation plan runs out of juice

A bid by the town of Sidney to regulate the use of mobility scooters on sidewalks has been rejected by UBCM delegates
Adrian Dix resigns, will lead B.C. NDP until next year

Adrian Dix resigns, will lead B.C. NDP until next year

Adrian Dix announced Wednesday he intends to stay on as B.C. NDP leader until next year when a successor can be chosen
UBCM calls on province for revenue sharing

UBCM calls on province for revenue sharing

B.C. cities have endorsed a call for the province to share some of its revenues – not now but during a provincial boom
Cougar kills local livestock

Cougar kills local livestock

A cougar attacked and killed a 500-pound sow pig on a farm in town limits on Buck Flats Road.
SIGN Installation

SIGN Installation

WestCana Electric installs an “Advanced warning” sign for the pedestrian crossing traffic lights near the Houston Chamber of Commerce.
Natural gas leak closes High 16 and evacuates stores

Natural gas leak closes High 16 and evacuates stores

Firefighters shut down the highway and evacuated several stores because of a natural gas leak at 7-11 last week Tuesday.
Granisle Park Grand Opening

Granisle Park Grand Opening

Granisle recently hosted a grand opening for their newly finished Granisle Memorial Park, and Mayor Linda McGuire says it was a great event.
Soup kitchen finds a home

Soup kitchen finds a home

The Houston "Love by the Bowl" soup kitchen is reopening on 11th Street.