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Snowy roads in 100 Mile
Added: 18th January 2009
Posted By: BuzzDirector2
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100 Mile Free Press editor Laura Kelsey drives some plowed and unplowed roads in the Cariboo in December 2008.

10,000 tonight
Added: 18th January 2009
Posted By: BuzzDirector2
Views: 437
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Two high school students in Goldstream are going door to door to solicit donations for the local food bank.

10,000 tonight a success
Added: 18th January 2009
Posted By: BuzzDirector2
Views: 330
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More than 100,000 food items were collected by the 10,000 tonight volunteers in Goldstream in December 2008.

Hospital on the move
Added: 20th January 2009
Posted By: BuzzProducer
Views: 363
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In August 2008, more than 100 volunteers helped staff and health care professionals move patients from MSA Hospital to the new Abbotsford Regional...

Chronicle marks 100 years
Added: 20th January 2009
Posted By: BuzzProducer
Views: 399
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The Ladysmith Chronicle marked its 100th anniversary as a newspaper in Ladysmith in August 2008.

Campbell River carbon credit
Added: 20th January 2009
Posted By: BuzzDirector
Views: 426
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Some Campbell River residents let us in on how they'll be spending their $100 carbon credit cheque, June 2008.

Carbon credit dividend
Added: 21st January 2009
Posted By: BuzzDirector
Views: 312
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Some Victoria business owners are asking residents to donate their $100 carbon credit cheque to the Land conservancy, June 2008.

100th Birthday Celebration
Added: 22nd January 2009
Posted By: VideoStar
Views: 351
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Margot Hillmann of Kamloops celebrates her 100th birthday.

139 Children
Added: 26th January 2009
Posted By: BuzzDirector2
Views: 374
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The 24th annual 139 Children's Fundraising Society telethon raised $33,100 Sunday, while Friday and Saturday's auctions raised $17,000 for a...

Doing it for the kids
Added: 27th January 2009
Posted By: BuzzDirector2
Views: 242
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Although hundreds of people working in the mining and forest industries have lost their jobs or have started a reduced work week during the past...

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