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Richmond MLA John Yap questions booze sales in grocery stores

Richmond MLA John Yap questions booze sales in grocery stores

The B.C. government's consultation on liquor reform has begun with a debate about allowing alcoholic beverage sales in grocery stores.
Back in business after blaze

Back in business after blaze

Tomorrow, just six days after a fire closed their thriving Salmon Arm business, Pedro Gonzalez Fruit and Garden Ltd. opens their doors.

Summer weather to end with a boom

Environment Canada warns of a major change that will bring the week of warm, sunny weather to an end on Sunday.
Arson suspected in Pedro Gonzales fire

Arson suspected in Pedro Gonzales fire

Monday’s blaze deemed suspicious in nature. RCMP take charge of investigation.

Fire department to return chief’s truck

Chase council decided Tuesday to allow the local fire department to sell Unit 1, a brand new chief’s truck
Wood pellet plant sparks worries, accolades

Wood pellet plant sparks worries, accolades

A proposed wood pellet plant hopes to pick up what Domtar left behind, but many Chase residents are concerned

JL Jackson rezoning heads to public hearing

The public will have a chance Sept. 23 to have its say on new plans for the former site of the JL Jackson school

Searchers still hope to recover body

An additional two days of searching has proven unsuccessful in the search for the body of Kevin Boutilier

Court overturns SmartCentres ruling

An appeal of a BC Supreme Court judgment regarding the SmartCentres property means the purchaser no longer has to pay the seller $2 million
Hydro rates going up, 'but not 26%'

Hydro rates going up, 'but not 26%'

Energy Minister Bill Bennett has denied reports that BC Hydro rates are poised to go up more than 26 per cent in the next two years.