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Regional chairs tackle ferry report

Questions remain on five recommendations according to group

Briefly: February 17, 2012

Drug warning A series of recent fatal overdoses in the province is prompting BC Ambulance Service to remind the public about inherent dangers in taking ecstasy, or MDMA (methylenedioxymethamphetamine).

Budget deliberations address shaky industry

Uncertainty triggers request for second financial plan

Population remains stable

Slight increases balance decreases in some rural areas
Losses put brakes on streak

Losses put brakes on streak

Visitors capitalize on Kings weakness
Senior drivers raise questions over tests

Senior drivers raise questions over tests

Simons suspects potential conflict of interest in process
Texada residents protest reduced ferry service

Texada residents protest reduced ferry service

BC Ferries doesnt expect Queen of Burnaby to be back in service until Sunday
Group rallies to save popular bluffs

Group rallies to save popular bluffs

Island Timberlands has no immediate plans for harvesting
Bloody scene set to scare students

Bloody scene set to scare students

First-time event strives for realism and impact

CrimeStoppers: February 15, 2012

Week of February 7 to 13, 2012 Total calls for service = 88 Impaired driving = 2 Assaults = 1 Break and enters = 0 Thefts = 2 Mischief = 7 1. February 10 3300 block Padgett Road Police and Fire Rescue responded to a report of a car fire.