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Be careful out there

Every year, people die in the mountains of British Columbia and Alberta.

Room for improvement

Success can be a double-edged sword.

Patronage went too far

Premier Christy Clark acted quickly, decisively and correctly on Wednesday when she quashed a

Liquor plan needs work

It's a good thing the B.C. government admitted last week its plan to allow beer and wine sales grocery stores isn't final.

People divided over ALR issue

In perhaps the biggest surprise since the series finale of Breaking Bad, Summerland Mayor Janice Perrino shocked a standing-room only audience in the council chambers Monday when she announced second and third reading of a controversial agricultural land swap would be delayed.

Bills send bad message

By all accounts, Linda Reid is a solid MLA and someone who has served her constituents in Richmond well since first being elected in 1991.

Who's fooling who?

The provincial government may not have bargained in good faith with B.C. teachers in 2012, but the record casts some doubt as to who really provoked the teachers strike that year.

The good old hockey game

When it comes to sporting entertainment, Kelowna residents don't realize how lucky they are.

Tale of 2 visitor centres

Both Kelowna and Vernon are banking on centralized visitor information centres as the future of tourism. But they are certainly going about it in different ways.

Thanks for the memories, Lou

Social media was abuzz Tuesday with the surprise announcement Vancouver Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo had been traded to Florida.

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