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Man accused in Grand Forks bank robbery to choose type of trial

A man charged with the hold-up at the Grand Forks CIBC in April will decide on Oct. 18 if he wants his guilt or innocence determined by a judge alone or a judge and jury. Briaden Rosch, who was born in 1986, is due in court that day in Grand...

British Columbia mourns Queen Elizabeth with full honors

A full Royal Honor Guard, led by the Naden Band of the Royal Canadian Navy, marched through the streets of Victoria to honor the life of Queen Elizabeth II. Church bells rang 96 times as the procession started from the legislative building and slowly went through the streets of the...

UPDATED: Who’s running? Boundary 2022 election candidates

(x) denotes incumbent GRAND FORKS Mayor Baker, Everett (incumbent councillor) Brownlee, Alec O’Donnell, Danna (incumbent Area D director) Sharkey, Stan Council (6 to be elected) Best, Nicole Eburne-Stoodley, Zak (x) Krog, Neil (x) LaFleur, Deborah Leksinska, Anna Mark, David O'Doherty, Patrick Thompson, Christine (x) Zielinski, Rod GREENWOOD Mayor Bolt, John (incumbent councillor) Noll, Barry (x) Council (4 to be elected) Goddard, Mike Hopkins, Carolina Huisman, Clint McLean, Jessica Nathorst, Jim (x) Shaw, Gerry Stewart, Gary Teramoto, Doug MIDWAY Mayor Fromme, Martin...

Vaccine policy remains for B.C. healthcare workers 

COVID-19 vaccination requirements will continue to be in place for B.C. healthcare system workers unless they have an exception from the provincial health officer. The order continues to apply to people who work for health authorities, agencies funded by health authorities and long-term care and assisted-living facilities. However, provincial officials said...

Coroners Service reports nearly 200 British Columbians lost to toxic drugs in July

According to a BC Conorers Service (BCCS) report, at least 192 B.C. residents lost their lives to drug poisoning in July. The number represents a 31 per cent increase from June when 147 people died. According to BCCS officials, July's numbers mean an average of 6.2 people died from toxic drugs...

Grand Forks city hall to observe day of mourning

The City of Grand Forks will close its office on Monday, along with other area municipalities, to observe the day of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II. The regular meeting of council scheduled for Monday has been moved to Tuesday morning at 8:30 a.m. However, an open house on the proposed community...
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