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by Contributor on Thursday Mar 25 2010

The BC Recreation and Parks Association’s (BCRPA) Walk BC initiative is launching its newest venture and online resource, an interactive walking route map. As the first map of its kind, it features walking routes and recreational facilities from around British Columbia.

by Contributor on Thursday Mar 25 2010

The BC Recreation and Parks Association’s (BCRPA) Walk BC initiative is launching its newest venture and online resource, an interactive walking route map. As the first map of its kind, it features walking routes and recreational facilities from around British Columbia.

by Contributor on Monday Mar 08 2010

People with disabilities who are already struggling to manage on provincial disability benefits have been told by the Province it will no longer pay for some of the medically essential items and services they depend on.

by Contributor on Monday Mar 08 2010

People with disabilities who are already struggling to manage on provincial disability benefits have been told by the Province it will no longer pay for some of the medically essential items and services they depend on.

by Contributor on Monday Mar 08 2010

People with disabilities who are already struggling to manage on provincial disability benefits have been told by the Province it will no longer pay for some of the medically essential items and services they depend on.

by Contributor on Monday Mar 08 2010

People with disabilities who are already struggling to manage on provincial disability benefits have been told by the Province it will no longer pay for some of the medically essential items and services they depend on.

by Anonymous on Wednesday Jan 27 2010

A US Airways Express plane en route from LaGuardia Airport in New York to Louisville was diverted to Philadelphia on Thursday morning after a harmless Jewish prayer box was mistaken for an explosive device.

by Anonymous on Wednesday Jan 06 2010

Police from Frederick in Maryland, US, have charged a homeless man with three offenses after a light aircraft was stolen from Frederick Municipal Airport early in the morning on Dec. 28. The single-engine aircraft crashed as its thief tried to take off.

by Anonymous on Wednesday Dec 30 2009

A man from London, England has been sentenced to three years in prison after killing his wife by hitting her in the head with a television remote control. The trial was held in the Old Bailey, a famous court in London.

by Anonymous on Monday Nov 02 2009

Photo by Kyra Hoggan: Harper's visit to Castlegar, with local Conservative MP hopeful Rob Zandee at podium in background

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper caused controversy last week after telling Toronto business leaders that he prefers to watch American news programmes instead of Canadian.

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