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January, 2020

  • 1 January

    Prince Rupert’s news makers of 2019: Part 2 – BC Local News

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    Prince Rupert’s news makers of 2019: Part 1 Prince Rupert 2019 Sports in Review: Part 1 JULY Judge Herman Seidemann retired from the judicial bench, in July, after working through 42 years of legal cases in Prince Rupert. Seidemann ascended to the court bench after 24 years as a local …

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December, 2019

  • 31 December

    Summary of political beliefs

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    Author Topic: Summary of political beliefs  (Read 409975 times) Sam Smith Jr. Member Posts: 71 Labels: Paleolibertarian,Paleoconservative, Issues:Pro LifeAnti-Gay MarriagePro Death PenaltyPro 2nd amendmentEnd affirmative action & repeal the civil rights act of 64Climate Change: It’s a hoax & eliminate the EPADeport all illegal immigrants & cut legal immigration by …

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  • 31 December

    Canada’s cannabis legalization opens up pot of trouble

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    Cannabis at the CMX Distribution Center in Costa Mesa, California, US on April 9, 2019. [Photo/IC] Starting Dec 17 cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals can be purchased online in British Columbia (BC), a province along Canada’s west coast. This marks a “logical” next step following Canada’s legalization of cannabis (also …

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  • 31 December

    People who make a difference to Sudbury, Alex Trebek, Dario Zulich

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    Danica and Sean Collison One moment, Danica and Sean Collison were midway through a game of pool-side bingo, during a rather forgettable trip to the Bahamas that had been marred by unexpected costs and delays. The next, the Hanmer couple was springing into action to save the life of a …

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  • 31 December

    The top 10 Yukon stories of 2019

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    Choosing the Yukon’s top 10 stories of the year is, to a large extent, an arbitrary task. By Whitehorse Star on December 30, 2019 Choosing the Yukon’s top 10 stories of the year is, to a large extent, an arbitrary task. It’s a mixture of our judgment, of the stories …

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  • 31 December

    CENSORED NEWS: Choctaw Ben Carnes Wings Flight to Spirit World

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    Ben Carnes speaks at Rally for Political Prisoners in Denver in 2008. Photo by Brenda Norrell. Services for Ben Carnes “The Funeral to bury our loved one will be at Brumley Funeral Home in Broken Bow OK, the wake will be Tuesday through Friday, Thursday 4-9 will be services and …

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  • 31 December

    Looking back at British Columbia’s top political stories of 2019

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    How do you remember a year? Will 2019 be the year a money laundering inquiry was called, or the one where the last MSP bill showed up? How about the year of Darryl Plecas, Jinny Sims, or Andrew Weaver? British Columbia also made history this year with legislation, from UNDRIP …

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  • 31 December

    Former social worker, MCFD face another civil suit from former foster child

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    Another civil claim has been filed in B.C. Supreme Court alleging that Robert Saunders, a former Kelowna social worker, stole money from a child he was supposed to be looking after while in the care of the Ministry of Children and Family Development.

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  • 31 December

    A decade of Red Cross on the ground

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    As the decade comes to an end, we reflect on events that brought together international aid workers, inspired innovative solutions to complex challenges, and showed the amazing capacity for resilience humans have in the face of disasters. 2010: Haiti earthquake On January 12, Haiti was hit by a devastating earthquake …

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  • 31 December

    Looking back at British Columbia’s top political stories of 2019

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    How do you remember a year? Will 2019 be the year a money laundering inquiry was called, or the one where the last MSP bill showed up? How about the year of Darryl Plecas, Jinny Sims, or Andrew Weaver? British Columbia also made history this year with legislation, from UNDRIP …

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