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MEMORY LANE: Writer looks forward to rediscovering the past

MEMORY LANE: Writer looks forward to rediscovering the past

Brian Bagley is close to completing the memoir he began last summer. Having entered his 94th year on Nov. 1, there is much to remember. Brian has discovered the miracle of memory: the more we explore our past, the more our memories return.
Data ranks New West hospital as having nation's lowest baby mortality rate

Data ranks New West hospital as having nation's lowest baby mortality rate

When I first took over the job of editor of the New Westminster Record, a tour of Royal Columbian Hospital was near the top of my list of things to do. In particular, I wanted to see RCH’s neonatal intensive care unit, also known as the NICU.
B.C. woman wants to be the first person with MS to dogsled 300km across the Arctic

B.C. woman wants to be the first person with MS to dogsled 300km across the Arctic

Meet Kate Goertzen. She’s been living in Abbotsford for the past couple of years, but when she graduated she moved to Fort Nelson and fell in love with the North.
Editorial: Decorate, or wait

Editorial: Decorate, or wait

When is too early for holiday decorations? Once the calendar turns to December 1 tomorrow, most conversations about when to erect a tree inside the house or put up lights and other decorative items outside will be in full swing for those who choose t
Helping hands for desperate horses

Helping hands for desperate horses

Darrell Glover and his friends are proving that in times of trouble generosity sometimes knows no bounds.
A computer was required to design this gingerbread house

A computer was required to design this gingerbread house

Islanders baked it for Grouse Mountain's gingerbread village challenge, a fundraiser for B.C. Children's Hospital.
City committee to co-ordinate permanent Humboldt Broncos memorial

City committee to co-ordinate permanent Humboldt Broncos memorial

Humboldt council has decided to create a city committee tasked with organizing a memorial to remember those affected by the Humboldt Broncos crash.
Pay a parking ticket with a toy

Pay a parking ticket with a toy

Want to take care of those unpaid parking tickets? Now is the chance with the City of Fort St. John’s annual Toys for Tickets campaign starting Monday, Dec. 3. Until Dec. 20, parking tickets received since Sept.
Little venue on the prairie, Amigos celebrates 30 years of burritos, beers and bands

Little venue on the prairie, Amigos celebrates 30 years of burritos, beers and bands

Last weekend, my rock ‘n’ roll band played a joint 30th anniversary party. It was both the triple-decade anniversary of my band the Smugglers as well as a place called Amigos, a live music venue in Saskatoon, Sask.
Can marijuana help with opioid use disorder?

Can marijuana help with opioid use disorder?

A company that has a massive marijuana greenhouse in Delta has made a commitment to help address B.C.’s opioid crisis with marijuana. Canopy Growth Corp. announced that Dr.