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30-year-old Thomas Black being is accused by authorities of possibly trying to smuggle marijuana, oxycodone, and methampthamine, into the prison. Two others, also being investigated in this matter – 27-year-old Chantelle McAllister and 43-year-old Robin Wachter.  They’re not, however, employees...
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Director of Public Affairs Greg Walker says the proposal is based on demand and past successes. "The facility has had things like the HAVE A HEART charitable poker tournament.  These kind of 'one off' type events in the past, and...
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Fire crews were called out at about 9am Sunday morning to the 96-hundred block of 112th Avenue. Fire Chief Fred Burrows says they saw a fair bit of smoke when they arrived. Indications are someone threw a cigarette butt into a...
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The man, who has since been released, is facing a recommended charge of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking. RCMP found 43-and-a-half grams of marijuana, 44-hundred dollars in cash, five rifles and, as mentioned, ammunition inside the home in the...
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Police were able, through a search warrant, to seize 24.7 grams of crystal meth, 2.1 grams of crack cocaine, and 80.3 grams of marijuana. Also seized were drug paraphernalia, packaging supplies, scales, and just over 47-hundred dollars in cash. Charged are 31-year-old Brandon...
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The incident began yesterday afternoon during the dinner hour when an officer noticed an Ford F-150 driving erratically.   When they tried to pull him over, he sped away; moments later involved in a collision with another vehicle.   Police, at that point,...
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Justin Lizotte is wanted in connection with an apparent shooting in a South Grande Prairie home. Police were called out early Thursday morning where they found an unidentified man suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim remains in hospital. Lizotte reportedly turned...
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Former Bookkeeper Charged

An audit revealed several thousand dollars had gone missing from the business; RCMP recommended charges, to the Crown, of Fraud Over Five-Thousand Dollars. Kosinky has been handed a conditional 12-month sentence, however, details on those court-imposed conditions aren’t known at...
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RCMP responded to a report of shots fired at a home in south end of the city where they found a wounded man.   Police believe the shooting was targetted, and have issued a photo of a 23-year-old man being deemed a...
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“It was a great pleasure to have chaired the first B.C. Roundtable on the Economy and Environment,” said  Bernier. “This roundtable discussion brought together representatives from First Nations, industry, the environmental sector, local government and labour organizations for a...
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Communications Spokesperson Bob Gammer confirms the company will slightly open one of the gates at the facility to clear ice from one of the spillways. An exact time hasn't been determined, but he says it's shouldn't last for more than...
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The Robert Conconi Foundation, through Dominion Securities, has been awarding groups as much as 500-thousand dollars annually, in years past. The Recovery Centre Society is the organization behind the building of a 20-room alcohol & drug rehabilitation facility in the...
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Appliance Fire In Taylor

Fire Chief Alan Stebbing says the call came in at around 1:30. It's believed an appliance in the home's utility room may have been the cause of the fire, however, the investigation is not complete. Stebbing says no one in the home...
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The event itself will be at Lakepoint Golf and Country Club from June 4th until June 7th. Breakfast will be served every morning at the Lakepoint Golf and Country Club prior to play getting under way. As part of the...
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The act, which hasn't seen changes since 1948, would raise the number of reportable diseases from nine to almost one hundred. Right now, it doesn't include such diseases as rabies or foot and mouth disease. The legislation would also require ranchers...
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The Liberals introducing legislation that would see the ALC divided into two zones -- Zone 1 would include the Okanagan, Fraser Valley, and Vancouver Island. Zone 2 would be cover the remainder of farmland in the BC, including the Northeast. It’s...
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The four:  Pacific NorthWest LNG, Prince Rupert LNG, WCC LNG and Woodfibre LNG. The result could mean the export of as much as 73.38 (m) million tonnes annually. Natural Resources Minister Greg Rickford emphasized the strategic importance of these approvals for Canada and...
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Thursday's games will run from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. and will continue on Friday from 8 a.m. until midnight. Playoffs for the event will take place on Saturday. There will also be a $1,000 shootout at the event Saturday...
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