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  • Free will astrology for the week of June 18th

    ARIES (March 21-April 19): My Aries friend Lavinia told me, "The fight I'm enjoying most lately is my fight to resist the compulsion to fight." I

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  • Mayor's Task Force members revealed

    Council briefs: Library, community centre soft reopening planned for July 2 Village of Pemberton (VOP) Mayor Mike

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  • New COVID-19 outbreak at Mission hospital 'very concerning'

    Services at Mission hospital reduced to urgent care only, after outbreak connected to care homes There has been an

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  • B.C. government seeks input on how to spend $1.5 billion for 'stimulus and recovery'

    COVID-19 financially hits young people, women hardest, Horgan said The B.C. government plans to spend an additional six

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  • Canada loses bid for seat on the United Nations Security Council on first vote

    OTTAWA — Canada has lost its bid for a seat on the United Nations Security Council, losing to Norway and Ireland on the first ballot. Canada's loss

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  • Aunt Jemima to be rebranded due to 'racial stereotype'

    "We acknowledge the brand has not progressed enough to appropriately reflect the confidence, warmth and dignity that we would like it to stand for

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  • Temporary layoffs to become permanent by law

    Employers could be forced to pay severance they can't afford, employment lawyer warns Any day now, workers who were

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  • Canada buying 140,000 blood tests to begin immunity testing of COVID-19

    OTTAWA — Blood samples collected from tens of thousands of Canadians will soon be tested for signs of COVID-19 antibodies as the federal government

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  • National parks to open campgrounds for existing reservations next week

    OTTAWA — The federal environment minister says Canadians who have campground reservations in some national parks will be allowed to pitch their

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  • Trudeau promises economic and fiscal ‘snapshot’ July 8

    PM previously called potential update 'an exercise in invention and imagination' While COVID-19 has left the Canadian

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  • Many arrests as Vancouver police enforce injunction against homeless camp

    VANCOUVER — Police have made dozens of arrests after they say 46 people refused to obey a court injunction and leave a tent encampment on

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  • Pemberton traffic stop uncovers drugs, cash and loaded machine gun, police say

    Police Briefs: Vehicle reported stolen; Elderly man arrested over alleged assault A routine traffic stop led Pemberton

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  • B.C. confirms 11 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 2,756

    There are now 2,756 cases of COVID-19 in B.C. after health officials announced 11 new cases Tuesday. There were 10 new cases and one new

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  • UVic report on consumer trust shows Vancouver's MEC top Canadian brand

    A new B.C. report shows Vancouver-based Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) as Canada's most trusted branch, the only company based in the province to

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  • We are all just people

    LETTER: For the week of June 11 I was one of the four students who organized the Black Lives Matter (BLM) awareness

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