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This photography, entitled Hidden Gem, was shot by Burnaby's Steve Wong and entered into the Your Best Shot contest. Wong is one of 75 finalists chosen for this year's event.

Your Best Shot finalists chosen

More than 2,100 entries received for the second annual contest

This photography, entitled Hidden Gem, was shot by Burnaby's Steve Wong and entered into the Your Best Shot contest. Wong is one of 75 finalists chosen for this year's event.
Mission B.C. Winter Games president Brian Antonson (left) passes the B.C. Games flag to Nanaimo Summer Games president Jeff Lott whose community will be hosting the B.C. Summer Games later this year.

2014 BC Winter Games comes to an end

Athletes on their way back home after three-day competition

Mission B.C. Winter Games president Brian Antonson (left) passes the B.C. Games flag to Nanaimo Summer Games president Jeff Lott whose community will be hosting the B.C. Summer Games later this year.
Athletes prepare to enter the track for opening ceremonies.

Mission BC Winter Games opening ceremonies draw hundreds

Event centre was abuzz with young athletes, entertainment

Athletes prepare to enter the track for opening ceremonies.

B.C. Winter Games in Mission Feb. 20-23

About 2,500 volunteers will be needed for B.C. Winter Games

Abbotsford Times ceases publication

Acquisition of paper was part of a transaction between Black Press and Glacier Media

  • Dec 2, 2013
Matt Dillon was in Agassiz recently, portraying a man who wakes from an accident not knowing where he is. The show, Wayward Pines, was shot in a completely revamped downtown Agassiz.

Slideshow: Pioneer Avenue transforms into Wayward Pines

Agassiz's front street changes to Hollywood set, frame by frame

Matt Dillon was in Agassiz recently, portraying a man who wakes from an accident not knowing where he is. The show, Wayward Pines, was shot in a completely revamped downtown Agassiz.

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  • May 3, 2013
Alyssa, Courtney, and Carissa were part of the group at the front of the line to get free Carly Rae Jepsen tickets Tuesday night.

UPDATED: Free Jepsen concert Dec. 17 at Clarke

Free tickets handed out Tuesday, Dec. 11 at the Leisure Centre

Alyssa, Courtney, and Carissa were part of the group at the front of the line to get free Carly Rae Jepsen tickets Tuesday night.
RCMP blocked off 216th Street where Angus Mitchell was shot.

Burnaby murder suspect shot dead in Maple Ridge

Gun battle takes place in around 216th Street near dikes in Maple Ridge

RCMP blocked off 216th Street where Angus Mitchell was shot.
Vernon-Monashee MLA Eric Foster lights the Countdown to the B.C. Winter Games in Greater Vernon torch at a special ceremony Friday night at Vernon's Spirit Square in the city hall complex.

B.C. Games shining bright in Greater Vernon

Official ceremony launches countdown to sports extravaganza

Vernon-Monashee MLA Eric Foster lights the Countdown to the B.C. Winter Games in Greater Vernon torch at a special ceremony Friday night at Vernon's Spirit Square in the city hall complex.

RCMP request help in locating missing person

Princeton resident, Wanda Foss missing for approximately three weeks.

Creston RCMP have issued a Canada-wide warrant for Jason Neil Beaudry.

Creston RCMP issue Canada-wide warrant for Jason Neil Beaudry

Creston RCMP have issued a Canada-wide warrant for arrest for Jason Neil Beaudry...

  • May 12, 2011
Creston RCMP have issued a Canada-wide warrant for Jason Neil Beaudry.
Locally grown veggies can be found at farm stands and farmer's markets across the Lower Mainland but farmers say they also need local processors to help them tap the Metro Vancouver market.

Strong appetite to defend farmland, buy local: poll

Survey of Metro residents part of push for food security

Locally grown veggies can be found at farm stands and farmer's markets across the Lower Mainland but farmers say they also need local processors to help them tap the Metro Vancouver market.
Surrey MPs Sukh Dhaliwal (Liberal) and Dona Cadman (Conservative) won't get the MPs' pension because they didn't serve long enough, but defeated Tory Gary Lunn (Saanich-Gulf Islands) is in line for $2.2 million.

Rich pensions soothe MPs’ pain of defeat

Surrey's Cadman, Dhaliwal only two in B.C. who won't qualify

Surrey MPs Sukh Dhaliwal (Liberal) and Dona Cadman (Conservative) won't get the MPs' pension because they didn't serve long enough, but defeated Tory Gary Lunn (Saanich-Gulf Islands) is in line for $2.2 million.
John Cummins is looking to become the next leader of the B.C. Conservative Party.

John Cummins is running for B.C. Conservative leadership

Former Delta-Richmond East MP John Cummins announces candidacy

John Cummins is looking to become the next leader of the B.C. Conservative Party.
BCTF president Susan Lambert is flanked by teacher local representatives from all 60 school districts at the union's convention in Victoria Monday.

B.C. on collision course with teachers

The only negotiated contract the B.C. Teachers' Federation has ever signed is…

BCTF president Susan Lambert is flanked by teacher local representatives from all 60 school districts at the union's convention in Victoria Monday.
Classroom at Courtenay elementary school hit by a collapsing chimney in 1946, when a magnitude 7.1 earthquake rolled across Vancouver Island.

B.C. has history of big earthquakes

VICTORIA – Friday's earthquake off Japan was a test for B.C.'s tsunami…

Classroom at Courtenay elementary school hit by a collapsing chimney in 1946, when a magnitude 7.1 earthquake rolled across Vancouver Island.
Kootenay East MLA Bill Bennett said it would be a 'cruel irony' if rural party members won a greater say in Saturday's leadership vote, only to be shut out by a mailing delay.

PIN mailing delay hits B.C. Liberal race

Access code numbers mailed out to B.C. Liberal members hadn't arrived in parts of B.C. by Friday, forcing the party to try reaching thousands of members by phone so they can participate in their first-ever electronic leadership vote Saturday.

Kootenay East MLA Bill Bennett said it would be a 'cruel irony' if rural party members won a greater say in Saturday's leadership vote, only to be shut out by a mailing delay.
Shuswap MLA George Abbott celebrates with leadership rival Moira Stilwell, who dropped her own bid to support Abbott as the next B.C. Liberal leader and premier.

Falcon, Abbott pick up key support

VICTORIA – The race to replace Premier Gordon Campbell entered the home…

Shuswap MLA George Abbott celebrates with leadership rival Moira Stilwell, who dropped her own bid to support Abbott as the next B.C. Liberal leader and premier.