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Bathroom overdoses spur Chilliwack gas station owner to get naloxone kits, training

Bathroom overdoses spur Chilliwack gas station owner to get naloxone kits, training

After three incidents at three different Shell stations, employees now trained to recognize symptoms
Vancouver’s high real estate prices spilling over to Chilliwack

Vancouver’s high real estate prices spilling over to Chilliwack

Even outside commuting distance to Metro, real estate is affected
End of the road for community drivers program

End of the road for community drivers program

A necessary program in the community of Agassiz and Harrison is coming to an end in late June with the closure of the Community Drivers Program, an essential service that helps people get around.
Dismantle National Energy Board, create bodies for regulation, growth: panel

Dismantle National Energy Board, create bodies for regulation, growth: panel

The panel, appointed by Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr, delivered a 100-page report Monday
Don’t hold Alberta ‘hostage,’ Rachel Notley warns B.C.

Don’t hold Alberta ‘hostage,’ Rachel Notley warns B.C.

TransMountain pipeline project expected to proceed in fall

Don’t hold Alberta ‘hostage,’ Rachel Notley warns B.C.

TransMountain pipeline project expected to proceed in fall
59 cats seized in Chase

59 cats seized in Chase

59 neglected and injured cats were seized from a property in Chase
5 to start your day

5 to start your day

Maple Ridge mayor returns to city hall, no new cetaceans at the Vancouver Aquarium and more
Employees form union info line outside of Kent and Mountain Institutions

Employees form union info line outside of Kent and Mountain Institutions

Kent and Mountain Institutions in Agassiz, B.C. blocked traffic for a couple of hours Tuesday morning due to a Union Info Line.
UPDATE: Vancouver Aquarium will fight park board’s vote to ban new cetaceans

UPDATE: Vancouver Aquarium will fight park board’s vote to ban new cetaceans

The Vancouver Park Board has voted to ban new cetaceans at the aquarium’s Stanley Park facility