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MP stumps against northern gateway

MP stumps against northern gateway

Prime minister to decide on future of project
Kings bow out of playoffs

Kings bow out of playoffs

Team helpless to stem series defeat
Injunction puts pot on hold

Injunction puts pot on hold

Critics of medical marijuana plan call decision small victory

Briefly: March 21, 2014

Setting it straight A story in the Shopper last week incorrectly reported that local results of the recent teachers’ strike vote were not tallied before being added to the provincial totals.

CrimeStoppers: March 19, 2014

Week of March 10 to 17, 2014 Total calls for service = 92 Impaired driving = 6 Assaults = 4 Break and enters = 0 Thefts = 6 Mischief = 2 1. March 10 Manson Avenue at Edgehill Store A vehicle was stopped by police.

Online reservations open for parks

Desolation Sound permits available in May

Quick Peaks: March 19, 2014

Vehicle hits pedestrian A section of Joyce Avenue was closed to traffic Monday, March 17, after a middle-aged man was struck by an SUV. The pedestrian was crossing the road near Burnaby Street when he was hit at about 3 pm.
Upgrades improve energy efficiency

Upgrades improve energy efficiency

Complex retrofit reduces carbon footprint
Treaty process already creating jobs

Treaty process already creating jobs

Province and Tlaamin sign final agreement
Advocate pushes for higher standards

Advocate pushes for higher standards

Sport helmets untested in unregulated Canadian market