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New ID cards go beyond health care

New ID cards go beyond health care

The replacement for B.C.'s CareCard will provide online access to medical records, and may also be used to confirm B.C. residence and age while keeping other information private.

UPDATE: Tragic end to search for missing senior

A Chilliwack senior, missing since Oct. 3, has been found dead in his vehicle at the bottom of a steep embankment in Abbotsford.

Council to wait for report before making pay decision

Although Mission's mayor and council are paid less than comparable municipalities, no decision yet on raises.

$89k municipal deficit projected

District dips into the red with budget review, but still confident books can be balanced by year's end.
Foot-dragging on farmland fixes: Auditor

Foot-dragging on farmland fixes: Auditor

'Negligible progress' on steps to protect ALR
Premier wants riot trials broadcast

Premier wants riot trials broadcast

Attorney General Shirley Bond has ordered Crown prosecutors to ask judges to allow TV and radio coverage of court proceedings for those accused of participating in the Stanley Cup riot in June. But even if it happens, it will be highly restricted.
Graphic and digital design program coming to Mission UFV

Graphic and digital design program coming to Mission UFV

Mayors set to okay gas tax hike for TransLink

Mayors set to okay gas tax hike for TransLink

Enough yes votes now pledged from Surrey, Vancouver, Tri-Cities
Teacher talks loom over legislative session

Teacher talks loom over legislative session

The B.C. government will provide more money for special-needs support in the province's public schools, and impose new training on teachers, according to Premier Christy Clark's first throne speech.
BRIEFS: Oil, marijuana, metal theft among UBCM issues

BRIEFS: Oil, marijuana, metal theft among UBCM issues

Civic delegates urge caution on smart meters, oil exports and P3 projects