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B.C. pays more than $600,000 for royal visit

B.C. pays more than $600,000 for royal visit

That’s on top of the about $2 million cost to the RCMP
UPDATED: Province looking for suggestions for new stop of interest signs

UPDATED: Province looking for suggestions for new stop of interest signs

B.C. is refurbishing its roadside history markers, and is looking for ideas to add up 75 new signs this summer.
Delta seeking feedback on proposed 2017 financial plan

Delta seeking feedback on proposed 2017 financial plan

The proposed 2017 budget strategy calls for a property tax increase of 2.75 per cent.
Province looking for helicopter to prevent ice bombs on Lower Mainland bridges

Province looking for helicopter to prevent ice bombs on Lower Mainland bridges

Ice and snow on the Alex Fraser smashed car windshields this winter
Surrey RCMP investigating two sex attacks

Surrey RCMP investigating two sex attacks

Mounties offer tips to keep pedestrians safe.
Province green lights Kinder Morgan pipeline, reaches benefits deal

Province green lights Kinder Morgan pipeline, reaches benefits deal

Environmental certificate comes with conditions in addition to those set by the National Energy Board
Delta South MLA Vicki Huntington won't run in 2017 election

Delta South MLA Vicki Huntington won't run in 2017 election

B.C.'s only independent MLA won't seek re-election due to health issues
Delta Police ringing in the new year with increased public engagement

Delta Police ringing in the new year with increased public engagement

DPD Chief Neil Dubord outlines the department's plan to improve communication with the public and achieve greater visibility in 2017.
UPDATE: Clients of an alleged illegal plastic surgeon in North Delta urged to get tested for hepatitis and HIV

UPDATE: Clients of an alleged illegal plastic surgeon in North Delta urged to get tested for hepatitis and HIV

B.C. College of Physicians and Surgeons alleges Zhuo (Sabrina) Li and Sabrina Permanent Make-up Studio Inc. performed unlawful surgeries.
BC Hydro offers new winter payment plan

BC Hydro offers new winter payment plan

Record high demand during cold snap and the latest increase in rates have pushed up power bills around B.C.