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by Lorne Eckersley

SD. 8 administrators and trustees offered no hope that the Creston Education Centre could remain open after June. Feb 20, 2018; Radium lawyer and businessman Dale Shudra has become the fourth candidate to Feb 20, 2018; The Creston Valley Thunder Cats wrapped up the regular season with a Feb 20,....
 

by Monica Lamb-Yorski

North District RCMP stopped a driver Sunday near Prince George whose two sleds had fallen off a flat deck trailer and were being dragged along behind his truck. Feb 20, 2018; The world’s fastest log car will be go to the highest bidder at the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona later this month.

BC BUDGET: NDP cracks down on speculators, hidden ownership

The NDP government has a 30-point budget plan that brings in a speculation tax, raises the foreign buyers’ tax and pledges to close loopholes that raise costs for B.C. residents. Finance Minister Carol James introduced a much-anticipated speculation tax, to be put into place by fall 2018.

Patrick Brown’s Tory leadership bid fate looms

Patrick Brown is expected to find out Wednesday whether he will be able to continue his bid to lead Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives through the spring election. The former Opposition leader, who was forced to resign last month amid sexual misconduct allegations, is fighting an uphill battle to....

Radium man seeks Conservative Party federal nomination

Radium lawyer and businessman Dale Shudra has become the fourth candidate to announce he is seeking the Conservative Party nomination for Kootenay Columbia. The candidates want a chance to take on incumbent Wayne Stetski, the NDP member who succeeded popular Conservative Member of Parliament Jim Abbott in 2015.

UBCO students to get medical cannabis coverage

UBC Okanagan is getting a benefits plan that will cover the cost of medical cannabis for students. With the introduction of the new program in 2018, UBCO becomes the second university in Canada to offer a research-backed approach for covering the costs of medical cannabis, according to Canadians for Fair Access to Medical Marijuana (CFAMM).

BC BUDGET: NDP hope to nix court delays with $15 million cash influx

Former justice minister Suzanne Anton meets with three deputy sheriffs during their training session at the Vancouver Law Courts. (Black Press files) Multi-year court delays could be done as the government pledges $15 million to hire more sheriffs and admin staff in the 2018 budget.

As ‘Black Panther’ shows, inclusion pays at the box office

A lavish, headline-grabbing premiere. Lightning word-of-mouth stoked by glowing reviews. Packed movie theatres with sold-out shows, long lines and fans decked out as characters from the film. The phenomenon of “Black Panther” had the look and feel of a classic, bona fide blockbuster in route to its record-setting $201.

Liberals look at use-it-or-lose-it parental leave for dads

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in an armchair discussion at the Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad, India on Monday, Feb. 19, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is raising the idea of creating a use-it-or-lose-it, funded leave for new dads,....

BC BUDGET: Payroll tax replaces medical premiums

The B.C. government will phase out Medical Services Plan premiums a year earlier than promised in the last election, and impose a payroll tax on larger businesses to recover some of the revenue collected by Canada’s last remaining health care charge. The “employer health tax” takes effect Jan.

BC BUDGET: More for wildfire recovery, campsites

The B.C. government is adding $72 million to its budget for wildfire recovery and fire prevention after the record forest fire season of 2017. With wild animals affected by fire and resource roads throughout the Interior, Finance Minister Carole James’ budget also includes $9 million to hire 20 more....

Parts of B.C. see record-breaking temperatures in cold snap

Fees reduced for licensed daycare operators. Foreign buyers’ tax extended to Fraser Valley, Okanagan, Vancouver Island. Health spending to increase $1.5 billion for drugs, primary care teams. SD. 8 administrators and trustees offered no hope that the Creston Education Centre could remain open after June.

ADVA to demo multi-layer network slicing and assurance for 5G at MWC

Showcase is key step to enabling enhanced mobile broadband, self-driving cars and massive IoT. Barcelona, Spain. February 20, 2018. ADVA today announced that it will host a joint demo with BT at Mobile World Congress (MWC) that will showcase end-to-end, multi-layer transport network slicing and assurance.

No dialogue at cost of sovereignty: FM

Fabricated crisis is unprecedented treachery; Hails, supports role of the Emir of Kuwait; Qatar speaks in the language of interests; Siege countries keen to normalise the crisis; US to provide all kinds of support to Qatar in the event of any external attack.

How John Howard boosted migration in five charts

Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott wants Australia to cut its immigration intake to what it was under the Howard government. He told an internet radio station on Tuesday afternoon that "we've got to get the numbers down, and get them down very significantly".

New 3D printable 'clip-on' device to turn smartphone into scientific microscope

A simple new device that can turn a mobile phone into a research grade microscope could have the potential to revolutionize the way scientific research is done in some parts of world. Capable of visualizing microscopic organisms 1/200th the size of a millimetre, the cutting edge clip-on' device....

Interest rate caps: Budget office proposes review of law

Kenyan banks have been unwilling to lend to the private sector, preferring the government through risk-free Treasury-bills and bonds. Analysts say that new interest rate framework should be developed to ensure that banks respond to monetary policy signals from CBK since they have been reluctant to do so even before the interest rate caps.

Obiano Appoints Soludo, Uzochukwu, Other Business Experts As Board Members Of Golden Tulip Hotels

The governor of Anambra State, Chief Willie Obiano on Monday appointed and inaugurated a 9 member governing board to man the affairs of Golden Tulip Hotels, formally known as Agulu Lake Hotels situated in Agulu, Aniocha Local Government of the State. The Anambra State government under the....

War-hit Shakhtar brush off upheaval as they face Roma

Chelsea's Spanish midfielder Pedro (right) vies with Roma's Belgian midfielder Radja Nainggolan and Roma's Brazilian defender Juan Jesus (left) during the UEFA Champions League football match AS Roma versus Chelsea on October 31, 2017 at the Olympic Stadium in Rome.

Convicted killer Graham Dwyer’s legal action against state begins later

Graham Dwyer’s legal action against the State is set to begin this morning. The convicted murderer is serving a life sentence for the killing of childcare worker Elaine O’Hara. Graham Dwyer’s conviction for the murder of Elaine O’Hara became one of the biggest trials ever in the State.

As Gulliver’s Sun Sets, HSBC Must Turn Its Attention East: Gadfly

It may not seem it, but Stuart Gulliver is ending his seven-year tenure as HSBC Holdings Plc’s chief executive officer with plenty of shareholder giveaways behind him. While fourth-quarter results disappointed and there wasn’t any word of a buyback as the bank announced financial results Tuesday, it has been generous in the past, with $5.

Rebel chief: IS-linked Marawi attackers plotted for 2nd city

MANILA, Philippines — The leader of the largest Muslim rebel group in the Philippines says Islamic State group-aligned militants planned but failed to attack another southern city after their deadly siege in Marawi was crushed last year. Al Haj Murad Ebrahim of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front told....

TVGE International Extends Global Reach with Satellite and Online Distribution via SES and MX1

Under the agreement announced by SES/MX1, TVGE International will use satellite capacity to broadcast its 24/7 channel across Africa, Europe and the Americas. In addition, SES’s wholly-owned subsidiary MX1 will provide video-on-demand (VOD) services and web applications for the channel.

Donald Trump Jr. dines with apartment buyers in India 2 HRS Donald Trump Jr. is pulling out all the stops on a visit to his company's biggest

NEW DELHI (CNNMoney) - Donald Trump Jr. is pulling out all the stops on a visit to his company's biggest international market. President Donald Trump's eldest son arrived in India on Tuesday. His schedule included dinners in at least two cities with buyers of Trump-branded apartments, which could....

CUP party spokesperson flees to Switzerland to avoid court date

The spokesperson for the far-left anti-capitalist CUP party in the Catalan region, Anna Gabriel, has fled to Switzerland and does not intend to return to Spain to appear before a Supreme Court judge this week. Speaking in an interview with the Swiss newspaper Le Temps , the politician stated that....

May launches review of high UK #UniversityFees, promising fairer deal

Britain could reduce the burden of university fees on students and bring back grants for their living expenses, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday (19 February), under pressure to lure younger voters a year after they cost her her parliamentary majority, write and May’s predecessor David....

Sharjah unveils first phase of Dh25b Waterfront City

Phase 1 of the Dh25 billion Sharjah Waterfront Project is on track for its completion by the end of 2019. 'Sun Island' consists of 231 villas ranging between three, four, five, and six-bedrooms. Investor interest in the project has already seen the sale of 30 per cent of the residential villas, officials say.

Rest of Asia Wardrobe malfunction leaves French skaters in... The two skaters managed to complete their routine. READ MORE

The two skaters managed to complete their routine. Applicants no longer have to travel to the visa application centre to submit their applications. Slapped onto the palm or back of a hand, it could flash reminders to patients to take their medicine. The family of Joanna Demafelis openly wept as the....

Northside rents surge

The Daft.ie survey reveals that the average increase across the city was 10.9 per cent, but the North City was hit with an 11.8 rise. Rents in the city centre went up by almost 13 per while in the North County, the cost was 10.5 per cent higher in the year to December 2017.

Sports academy in Egypt gives Syrian children hope

When Amir al-Awad fled Syria for Egypt, he intended to cross the Mediterranean for a European country. But instead, the boyhood Syrian wrestling champion opted against the risky sea journey and found work at a restaurant in Alexandria, where he was introduced to the city's Syrian community.

Peace with Pogba needed for Mourinho to shirk familiar criticism

Manchester United's Champions League trip to Sevilla on Wednesday night is the type of occasion for which the English giants swallowed their pride to pay 89 million ($125 million) for Paul Pogba, four years after he left Old Trafford for Juventus as a free agent.
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