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Hockey Canada says it used money from reserve fund to pay for nine settlements totaling $7.6 million

More revelations in the Hockey Canada hearing. The national governing body for the sport in Canada says they paid out nine settlements from its National Equity Fund, totaling $7.6 million, since 1989. A large portion of the funds was related to Graham James, a former Canadian junior ice hockey coach who...

Border Bruins D-man Bell off to SJHL

Grand Forks Border Bruins defenceman Brydon Bell is moving on and up to play Junior A in his home province. The Moose Jaw product put up 17 points in 36 games as a rookie defenceman in the KIJHL and is now joining the La Ronge Ice Wolves in the Saskatchewan...

Grand Forks Aquatic Center has ‘magical’ transformation with mural

A mural of a beloved local swimmer is up at the Grand Forks Aquatic Center. Muralist Paul Archer recently completed a painting of James Dergousoff on the north wall inside the complex. In an interview with Vista Radio, recreation supervisor Melina Van Hoogevest says they're still getting compliments from people weeks...

Pope Francis makes public apology for residential school system

Pope Francis is asking for forgiveness for what he calls the evil committed by so many Christians against Indigenous Peoples. Francis says he is “deeply sorry” in his first public apology for the Catholic Church's role in the residential school system in Canada. His speech was delivered at the site of one of...

High temperatures expected for much of B.C. this week

A heat warning has been issued for much of central and southern B.C. this week, as a high-pressure ridge is expected to sweep through the province. According to Environment Canada officials, daytime high temperatures are expected to range between 35 and 40 degrees Celsius. Overnight lows will be offering little relief,...

Upgrades to Grand Forks Skatepark to start this fall

A local home for skateboarders and bikers will be going through a significant upgrade and transformation. Fundraising is underway to raise $20,000 up fix up the Grand Forks Skatepark on 19th Street. Skatepark committee spokesman Tyler Van Moll says they're hoping to start work this fall. “Basically to do all the things...
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