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All three were treated for injuries described as non-life-threatening.
Thousands of people were left without any power.
Pile-ons are easier when the opponent seems down for the count. There is something puzzling about the report. You're left with the impression that this whole auditor general idea happened in a vacuum.
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Blaney provided few details of the government's response.
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UPDATE - July 20, 2015: The coroners' service has issued a news release identifying the victim as 48-year-old James Daniel McIntyre of Dawson Creek. A police-involved shooting in Dawson Creek on July...
A witness saw a man flipping tables before being escorted outside.
"The cops just ... shot this guy."
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The best city for work in British Columbia may surprise you, according to the first such ranking of the province's job market, conducted by BC Business magazine. Based on a comparison of 36 B.C. citie...
Police have launched an investigation after a child brought cookies suspected to be laced with drugs and shared them with students at an elementary school in northeastern B.C. School officials confir...
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DAWSON CREEK, B.C. - A man police say is associated with the UN Gang and wanted on outstanding warrants in Alberta and Newfoundland has been arrested in northeastern B.C. for gun, drug and property-re...
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"The situations we've encountered in every case has been an independent contractor to a company who signs on to a company [saying] they will dispose of the waste in an appropriate manner...and then behave badly, try to save themselves some money by coming to our dump instead of going to the proper spot."
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A 62-year-old man from Dawson Creek, B.C., who survived a stroke in his washroom by drinking toilet water for seven days, is hoping his story will help others avoid a similar situation. Steve Adsley,...
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Two high school teachers in B.C. have been disciplined for inappropriate behaviour with students, and ordered to complete sessions on boundaries. In the first case, an on-call teacher at Hazelton High...
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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - Glacier Media says its will merge two daily newspapers in the Peace River region of British Columbia.The area has been traditionally served by the Dawson Creek Daily News and the...
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. - Powerful winds that tore across northern B.C. on Tuesday afternoon and early Wednesday left thousands in the dark, and some don't expect power to be restored for more than a day....
One evening, when one of the guys had too much beer and was getting rowdy, Black Betty, the taller of the two women, told him to calm down. "Or you'll what?" he sneered, "You'll call the Mounties on me?" Black Betty didn't hesitate to come around the bar, grab him by the scruff of his neck and the back of his belt and pick him up and throw him out the door. She came back in muttering, "I don't need any Mounties to help me run my bar."
Mayors in northeastern B.C. are demanding an apology from the developers of a video game depicting pipeline bombings. The online game “Pipe Trouble” sparked controversy last week when a link was pos...
VANCOUVER - A beautiful end to B.C.'s summer has prompted yet another fire ban, which now means no burning in most of the province.Fire Information Officer Lindsay Carnes says conditions are so warm a...
Mounties in Dawson Creek, B.C., say a local taxi company is under investigation for several allegations of sexual assault and forcible confinement. On Jan. 25, a 13-year-old girl told police she was...