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(The Canadian Press) Loblaw Companies Ltd. has expanded its recall of Presidents Choice hummus over toxin concerns to cover more than a dozen varieties.
The company says the recalled product may contain the toxin produced by staphylococcus bacteria, and it should not be eaten.
Mission RCMP are looking for the public’s help to find a man wanted for criminal harassment, break and enter, and breach of probation.
A former executive assistant to BC’s minister of transportation says he was ordered to delete more than a dozen emails requested under the Freedom of Information Act.
(Submitted by Mike Lloyd) BC is the only province that doesn’t ban the sale of tobacco in pharmacies, and it looks as if that won’t be changing anytime soon.
Health Minister Terry Lake is backing away from prohibiting smokes on drug store shelves, saying other jurisdictions in Canada do not have lower smoking rates than BC.
Abbotsford’s election sign bylaw received three readings at Monday’s council meeting, and will go to a final vote at a future meeting.
Our political science expert says we have an interesting dynamic among voters right now, with 30% plus a handful supporting the Conservatives and the rest split between three other parties.
For the first time since the program started back in 1987, Dennis Kelly won’t be on the sidelines with the W.J. Mouat football team.
(The Associated Press) Four men have already pleaded guilty in the U.S. soccer corruption investigation involving bribes totalling more than $100 million.
Starting at noon today the Coastal Fire Centre is putting in a Category 2 open fire ban.