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B.C. generosity to refugees 'overwhelming'

B.C. generosity to refugees 'overwhelming'

'Historic moment' as first wave of 200 B.C. refugees to be spread across 13 cities
Man raises concerns about homeless tent at park

Man raises concerns about homeless tent at park

According to the Mission man, the tent contains used needles, bear spray and other dangerous items.
Close to 1,500 eagles counted during annual festival

Close to 1,500 eagles counted during annual festival

The eagles were all feeding on salmon within three kilometres of the Harrison Crossing Bridge, and tourists flocked to see them
New anti-gang tactics go B.C.-wide

New anti-gang tactics go B.C.-wide

Provincial government orders standardized approach by police forces to fight organized crime
Feds slow pace of Syrian refugee rescue to 'do it right'

Feds slow pace of Syrian refugee rescue to 'do it right'

Canada now aims to accept 10,000 refugees by end of December, remainder of 25,000 in January, February
Clark applauds Alberta carbon tax plan

Clark applauds Alberta carbon tax plan

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley unveils tax on consumer fuels, cap and trade system for industry, allows oil sands to grow
New incinerator rules under fire from Fraser Valley

New incinerator rules under fire from Fraser Valley

FVRD objects as province prepares to approve revised conditions for Metro Vancouver waste-to-energy plant
Rent 'crisis' hits single moms hard: study

Rent 'crisis' hits single moms hard: study

More details released on challenge of housing affordability in Lower Mainland
Firefighters, district reach new deal

Firefighters, district reach new deal

A new collective agreement has been ratified by the District of Mission and the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 4768.
B.C. Conservatives want to compete in 2017

B.C. Conservatives want to compete in 2017

Leader Dan Brooks is working to rebuild his fractured party with electoral reform and new industrial development