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Look what dragged in the cat: Feline rescued after 4 nights atop utility pole in Kamloops

Look what dragged in the cat: Feline rescued after 4 nights atop utility pole in Kamloops

KAMLOOPS — Four days spent hungry and cold atop a B.C. Hydro pole in Peterson Creek Park means it will be a long time before Trinity the cat will be allowed out of her owner’s apartment.
Adrian Dix's image tended on Wikipedia

Adrian Dix's image tended on Wikipedia

VANCOUVER — If you go to B.C.
Christy Clark accepts Global BC's invitation to debate Adrian Dix on May 6

Christy Clark accepts Global BC's invitation to debate Adrian Dix on May 6

Premier Christy Clark has accepted a challenge from a news outlet to debate NDP leader Adrian Dix in a televised debate on May 6.
Phoenix Coyotes pushing for playoffs but slump to poor loss against Canucks

Phoenix Coyotes pushing for playoffs but slump to poor loss against Canucks

VANCOUVER - The Phoenix Coyotes were a team on a mission. They arrived in Vancouver on the strength of three straight wins on home ice and without a loss in regulation dating back to March 25 against Detroit.
B.C. Ferries officer sailed past sinking spot 800 times, court hears

B.C. Ferries officer sailed past sinking spot 800 times, court hears

Karl Lilgert had sailed past Sainty Point almost 800 times between 1990 and 2006, the corporate records manager for BC Ferries told court Monday.
With a week to go before writ is dropped, B.C. leaders say they're ready

With a week to go before writ is dropped, B.C. leaders say they're ready

VANCOUVER - Losing ground in public opinion and with little more than a week to go before the writ is dropped, British Columbia Premier Christy Clark has drawn on the spirit of the late Margaret Thatcher, promising supporters at a fundraising dinner
Poll shows Christy Clark tied for least popular premier in Canada

Poll shows Christy Clark tied for least popular premier in Canada

Premier Christy Clark is tied for the dubious distinction of least popular provincial leader, according to an Angus Reid poll released Monday.
B.C. Liberals buy half-hour TV spot to talk ‘directly’ to voters

B.C. Liberals buy half-hour TV spot to talk ‘directly’ to voters

Trailing the opposition New Democrats badly in recent polls, the B.C. Liberals have purchased a half-hour of TV air time April 14 for Premier Christy Clark and supporters to plead their case to voters.
Sweden Edin beats Canada's Jacobs 8-6 in world men's curling final

Sweden Edin beats Canada's Jacobs 8-6 in world men's curling final

VICTORIA - Canada's world men's curling championship reign ended Sunday after three years, but Brad Jacobs was still able to put the loss in perspective. Jacobs's Northern Ontario rink fell 8-6 to Sweden's Niklas Edin in the gold-medal game.
Hells Angels take to Vancouver streets in ‘warning’ tour

Hells Angels take to Vancouver streets in ‘warning’ tour

Despite months of legal troubles, the East End Hells Angels showed they are still around Saturday with a ride through city streets attended by close to 100 full-patch members and associates. Vancouver Police Sgt.