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Farmers burn mortgage on grain elevator

Farmers burn mortgage on grain elevator

Once facing demolition, number one elevator remains an economic anchor for North Peace farmers, averaging them between $40 million to $50 million a year
Surfin' at SoCal college showcase

Surfin' at SoCal college showcase

Five local Northern Strikers soccer players invited to prestigious annual tournament
Safety alert: Canadian recall of mini-lights due to 'electric shock hazard'

Safety alert: Canadian recall of mini-lights due to 'electric shock hazard'

You should immediately stop using the recalled lights to avoid potential injury.
B.C. rolls out strategies to boost number of internationally trained doctors

B.C. rolls out strategies to boost number of internationally trained doctors

Premier David Eby dismissed any idea of a pay-as-you-go approach: “We can’t privatize our way to a better health care system.”
Winless weekend for Senior Flyers

Winless weekend for Senior Flyers

Chance to rebound with back-to-back games this coming weekend
Huskies go 2-for-2 on the weekend

Huskies go 2-for-2 on the weekend

Back-to-back home games this Saturday and Sunday against Navigators
Photos: How humans have sent each other money throughout history

Photos: How humans have sent each other money throughout history

In another 50 or 100 years, there may be new forms of currency transactions that we can't even imagine today.
'This is big business': How a cashless society is fuelling higher tips and profits

'This is big business': How a cashless society is fuelling higher tips and profits

Only 10 per cent of all transactions in Canada are now made in cash.
Opinion: FIFA World Cup: With climate change, will there still be a soccer World Cup in 2100?

Opinion: FIFA World Cup: With climate change, will there still be a soccer World Cup in 2100?

Many major sports gatherings have been rocked by extreme weather events in recent years. A typhoon forced the postponement of several matches during the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.
A new model for responding to mental health crises

A new model for responding to mental health crises

Success by the North Shore Peer Assisted Care Team has spurred the creation of 12 similar groups across B.C.
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