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Save-On-Foods announces inaugural annual campaign that benefits families from B.C. to Manitoba.
Plans to build 11 towers next to the Lincoln SkyTrain station as the first phase of the Coquitlam Centre mall redevelopment are in the works at city hall.
St. Paul, Alberta: Town of St. Paul council was informed in early April of an overall nine per cent increase in non-residential property assessment in the St. Paul, and a one per cent decrease in residential assessments
A Court of Queens Bench judge found 37-year-old Sheldon Bentley guilty Thursday in the 2016 death and robbery of Donald Doucette. Doucette died on July 31, 2016, after he was kicked in the stomach while passed out drunk in the alley behind the Lucky 97 grocery store at 107th Avenue and 97th Street in Edmonton. Bentley, a security guard for the store at the time, first stole $20 from Doucette, and then stomped on the sleeping man's stomach, causing massive internal bleeding. He has been found guilty on charges of manslaughter and robbery.