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To help support the family, a fundraiser has been set up at Kootenay Savings in Fruitvale
It’s the #FirstDayOfSpring in the Northern Hemisphere! Our seasons are caused by a tilt in Earth’s orbit 🔄. Twice a year, the Northern & Southern Hemispheres get equal amounts of daylight ☀️ — these days are known as equinoxes. Nice to see you @NASASun!https://t.co/74ukxnm3de pic.twitter.com/rhRkK4BlPO
— NASA Earth (@NASAEarth) March 20, 2019
Officials said Wednesday that the suspect has also died at a local hospital.
More than 400,000 Canadian seniors were living with dementia in 2013-14, two-thirds of them women
‘We’re just like everyone else,’ says Surrey officer who stopped to play basketball with kids
Take our St. Patrick’s Day quiz and put your knowledge to the test.
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Pettersson sets rookie scoring record for Vancouver
Canada will be without injured captain Scott Arfield and veteran Will Johnson
Farmers no longer ‘persons’ to the Agricultural Land Commission
Modern mindset leads to Biblical misunderstandings
The Selkirk College varsity sports name, “Saints”, name goes back to when the college first opened in 1966. The charter class of 458 students — men and women — could participate in Saints-labelled teams and clubsthat included hockey, basketball, soccer, skiing, boxing, fencing and archery.
Currently, Selkirk College has just one varsity team. The Selkirk College Saints men’s hockey team represents the region.
The College is reviewing the Saints name, colours and logo, and wants to know what the public thinks. Is the ‘brand’ dated and boring, or just fine?
The college is asking the public to participate in an online discussion on the issue at thoughtexchange.com.
Hydraulic fracturing review ordered by Premier John Horgan
System meets standards, but local outages still a concern
Jodi Benson heroine of the 1989 animated Disney film
Cooper is the bestselling author of ‘Dispatches from the Edge: A Memoir of War, Disasters, and Survival’
Workers pulled 45 rattlesnakes from underneath the home near Albany
Regulation helmets aren’t available in the teen’s size
Owner of City Tile Nanaimo Celebrates 15 Years in Business
Photographer Darren Hull Photographs Okanagan Fashion