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B.C. restaurant industry calls out distribution branch for late liquor deliveries
B.C.'s restaurants say they end up waiting weeks for liquor orders to be delivered by the province's Liquor Distribution Branch.
Trudeau defends stance on climate change at Cambridge, Ont., town hall
More than 1,300 people attended a town hall with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Cambridge, Ont., Tuesday night.
Snow expected on B.C. Southern Interior mountain highways
Environment Canada is warning communities in B.C’s Southern Interior of spring snow on the way for many mountain passes on Saturday.
Travelling candlelight vigil honours overdose victims
There are 645 candles lit in the display to represent the people who have died from an overdose over a two year period in the Central Okanagan, Kamloops, Vernon and Penticton.
PoCo fire chief instructs city staff to call fire dispatch, not ambulance for medical emergencies
Patient safety is at risk in British Columbia because of changes to the 911 dispatch system, says a fire chief who has instructed city staff not to call an ambulance during medical emergencies.