The Mother Nature of climate protests comes Sunday with offspring here
Over the last 25 years of U.S. history, the political climate for climate change has often been likened to a reverse of the country's prevailing weather patterns. Record heat and a parched heartland has nurtured summer-time polls and media reports that environment concerns would - at last - become a significant factor when Americans vote in the fall.
RCMP memorial honours over 230 members killed in the line of duty
Hundreds of family members and friends of the 234 RCMP members killed in the line of duty attended the annual National Memorial Service on Sunday. "It's a very somber atmosphere and brings into play all those who have lost their lives since the creation of the Northwest-Mounted Police in 1873," said Sgt.
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Punjabi radio stations operating in B.C. face CRTC ban
Radio India station 1600AM, which operates out of Surrey but is transmitted from Blaine, Wash., is heard clearly in Richmond. The CRTC says the station is circumventing Canadian content laws.
Two men injured in crash north of Lynden
Two men were injured when an SUV ran a stop sign north of Lynden Monday night, Aug. 18, according to the Washington State Patrol.
Blaine mulling $45 million bond focused on high school
Blaine School District is mulling a $45 million bond to update and rebuild its high school and make room as the district switches to full-time kindergarten classes.