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Aviation Course For Abbotsford Grade 12 Students

Abbotsford BC – The sky’s the limit for grade 12 students starting next February, when Abbotsford School District launches its Aviation Ground School Course. Developed and administered through the district’s Career Programs department, the new course will be offered by…


Coroner ID’s Accident Victim At Johnson Slough

Agassiz/Hope/Quesnel/Fort St. John – The BC Coroners Service has confirmed the identity of a man who was found deceased in the Johnson Slough area of the Fraser River on June 22, 2015. He was Heath Onstine, aged 49, of Fort…



District of Hope Campfire Ban

Hope BC – Due to hot and dry conditions and a forecast for more of the same, the District of Hope is issuing a Campfire Ban effective at Noon on Friday June 26, 2015. This ban will be in effect…


Coroner ID’s Harrison Lake Accident Victims

Harrison Lake/Burnaby  – The BC Coroners Service has confirmed the identity of two men who died following a rafting incident on Harrison Lake on June 8, 2015. They were Daniel Dale Reid, aged 23, and Gary Duong, aged 25, both…


Kids Are Out Of School – Drive With Care

Victoria – Hot weather came early to B.C. this year but that means even more children will be playing outside now that school’s getting out for summer break. Road safety is not always top of mind for kids so it’s…



Federal Rules – Mandatory Reporting Of Drug Shortages

Ottawa/Chilliwack/Abbotsford – The Honourable Minister of Health, Rona Ambrose, announced that the Government is taking the next step towards implementing mandatory reporting of drug shortages by companies. The amendments being proposed to the Food and Drugs Regulations would require manufacturers…



Harrison Lake Choppy Waters Could Have Been Deadly

Agassiz, BC –  High winds left boaters stranded keeping local police and Search and Rescue busy on Harrison Lake Saturday night. Around 7:30 p.m. police received a report from boaters stranded after the vessel they were in became swamped during…