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Man convicted in Grand Forks hold-up

A man arrested last year following back-to-back attempted robberies has been convicted of two charges. Jayden Cobb has been found guilty of robbery and theft and will return to court on Dec. 12. He is presently on bail. At the time of the offences, police said a man demanded money from...

B.C. working on standardized designs for proposed higher density regulations

The B.C. government is working on a set of standardized designs to accompany proposed legislation that would allow more housing units on smaller plots of land. Provincial officials said the Standardized Housing Design Project will allow homeowners and builders to develop new housing faster. "In order to address our housing crisis,...

BC Transit to implement cashless fare system

Worrying about exact change, having a bus pass, or day pass to ride BC Transit across the province will soon be a thing of the past with the announcement of UMO.   According to BC Transit, the new UMO card will give riders the option to carry one card or have...

B.C. government to support individuals and organizations targeted by hate

Organizations across the province will have access to funding aimed at repairing and preventing damage caused by acts of hate. B.C. government officials said applications for up to $10,000 will open for organizations such as places of worship, cultural community centres and at-risk groups, including the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. The funds can...

IH issues drug advisory over fake Dilauidid tablets

A drug advisory has been issued for the Interior Health region over fake hydromorphone tablets.  Interior Health officials said the tablets have been found to contain Isotonitazane, which is equally or more potent than fentanyl.  IH issued the advisory stating that the fake tablets are being sold as 8mg Dilauidid, but...

B.C. to test emegency alert system Wednesday

You may notice an alert on your mobile phone, TV or radio next week as a cross-country test of the National Public Alerting System is set to go ahead. B.C. government officials said the test will happen on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 1:55 p.m. (Pacific Time). "The test alert will go...
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