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Cancer · Los Angeles
Kirstie Alley dead at 71 after short battle with cancer
Kirstie Alley is dead. The famed actress was 71. Her family announced the news Monday evening with a statement shared via her social media accounts, saying she “passed away after a battle with cancer, only recently discovered.”See the Story
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US & Canada · Ottawa
Canadian families will pay $1,065 more for groceries in 2023, report says
Canada's Food Price Report says the cost of groceries will increase by 5 to 7 per cent in 2023. The average family of four, who paid more than $15,200 for food in 2022, will pay $16,200 next year. The main drivers of that increase are the continuing effects of the pandemic, supply-chain disruptions, the war in Ukraine and climate change.See the Story
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Pettersson notches three points, Canucks edge Canadiens 7-6 in overtime
Montreal took a 4-0 lead into the third period, only to see the Canucks repeatedly fill their net. The Canucks eventually gritted out a 7-6 overtime victory. Elias Pettersson clinched the victory 13 seconds into extra time. The result capped a four-game homestand that saw the Canucks go back-to-back wins.See the Story
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Kettle campaign bell ringers now allowed in front of liquor stores across B.C. - Peace Arch NewsPeace Arch News
BC Liquor Distribution Branch reverses decision, will welcome Salvation Army kettle campaign. Salvation Army staffers had voiced their disappointment at being blocked from the stores last week. LDB said its decision to limit fundraising efforts had been made because there were two other donation campaigns underway in their stores.See the Story
B.C. pediatric hospital visits up about 200 cases a day amid influenza surge - Peace Arch NewsPeace Arch News
B.C. is about two to three weeks into its six- to eight-week influenza season. The flu is believed to be behind much of the surge in children's hospitalizations. The province is continuing to push vaccination as the best thing people can do to stay healthy and protect the health-care system.See the Story
First Nation pickets continue to block construction of new B.C. hospital - Aldergrove StarAldergrove Star
Work on the new Cowichan District Hospital near Duncan ground to a halt on Dec. 2. First Nations-owned Khowutzun Development Corporation began picketing the site. The picket lines were still in place as of Monday morning, with no work happening. The province's Ministry of Health said talks continue to try to resolve the situation.See the Story
Asking long-term care residents their views - Langley Advance TimesLangley Advance Times
Volunteers will be asked to survey residents of long-term care homes in B.C. in January. Seniors Advocate Isobel Mackenzie first conducted a survey in 2016-17, with the help of more than 800 volunteers. A parallel family and frequent visitor survey is planned for next year.See the Story
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The New Faces Of B.C.’s Labour Movement
Sussanne Skidmore is the first openly queer person to lead the federation. She is the second woman president in its 66-year history. She succeeds Laird Cronk, an electrician-turned labour organizer who decided this year to step down after four years as president. She ran on a joint ticket with the International Longshore and Warehouse Union's Hermender Singh Kailley.See the Story
Inside The Unionization Battle At SFU And UBC
Research assistants at Simon Fraser University are locked in a bitter three-year-long fight to win benefits, pensions and higher pay. That fight is being closely watched by graduate students at the University of British Columbia, who are trying to unionize 10,000 student workers. Union leaders at both schools see their campaigns as part of a larger push for consistent and adequate pay in a region where high housing costs and runaway inflation is forcing students to take second jobs.See the Story
Kelowna · Kelowna
Kelowna property taxes up slightly in 2023 budget - Kelowna Capital NewsKelowna Capital News
Fireside Festival is back after a two-year hiatus due to COVID. The festival takes place from Feb. 3-5 at BNA and RedBird Brewing. There will be plenty of fire pits, warm-up tents and hot beverages to keep people toasty, said founder and creative director Aaron DeSilva.See the Story
Heavy snowfall warning for Shuswap, parts of North Okanagan
A heavy snowfall warning has been issued for the North Okanagan and Shuswap. Environment Canada is calling for periods of heavy snow is tonight and Tuesday. Affected areas included the Shuswap and eastern parts of North Okanagan, including Enderby and Lumby. Accumulations of up to 10 centimetres are...See the Story
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