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Jim and Kathy Dyer say coming to their farm to pick a tree has become a tradition for many families
In October, Neskantaga First Nation in northern Ontario, which has had a boil-water advisory in place for 25 years, were evacuated from their homes
The pandemic heavily contributed to the number of puppy scams
The team representing the casino and hotel is no longer undefeated but stays at the top of the table
Soccer goalie joined gridiron team after kicker shortage due to COVID-19
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Whether it was getting fit or ‘speaking moistly,’ Canadians had time to spare this year
Anticipated demand for Christmas trees has sparked a rush by some to purchase more trees wholesale
Rose Scott won the first prize in the non-profit’s WestJet Ticket Raffle
Kimberly Feeny and Lisa Valenta are nursing seven cats rescued east of Grand Forks, B.C.
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Whether any of the Juno events can be held indoors is yet to be determined
UBCIC is among several Indigenous groups lambasting the Vancouver-shot series
Columnist Jim Hilton writes about the issue of spraying herbicides like glyphosate
CSS thanks the Quesnel and District Arts Council and its community writing contest partners
Supporting the fight to conquer childhood illnesses
High hopes for annual community funding drive, even in a challenging year