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New ID cards go beyond health care

New ID cards go beyond health care

The replacement for B.C.'s CareCard will provide online access to medical records, and may also be used to confirm B.C. residence and age while keeping other information private.
Mayors set to okay gas tax hike for TransLink

Mayors set to okay gas tax hike for TransLink

Enough yes votes now pledged from Surrey, Vancouver, Tri-Cities

Election nominations open

Nominations for candidates in the upcoming municipal election open 9 a.m. today (Oct. 4).
Slain teen's former boyfriend turns himself in for assault charges

Slain teen's former boyfriend turns himself in for assault charges

Police say he is not a suspect in Maple Batalia's murder.
Pedestrians struck by debris in horrific South Surrey crash

Pedestrians struck by debris in horrific South Surrey crash

Four people have been sent to hospital – including two pedestrians with serious injuries – following a three-vehicle crash in South Surrey Tuesday morning.
Gov’t claims street-racer conspiracy

Gov’t claims street-racer conspiracy

A B.C. Supreme Court claim seeking forfeiture of five of 13 high-end vehicles seized Aug. 31 in South Surrey and White Rock has been filed by the provincial government.
Company fined $3,500 in White Rock electrocution death

Company fined $3,500 in White Rock electrocution death

An Aldergrove company whose worker was electrocuted on the roof of a White Rock home 2½ years ago has been fined more than $3,500 in connection with the fatality.
Teacher talks loom over legislative session

Teacher talks loom over legislative session

The B.C. government will provide more money for special-needs support in the province's public schools, and impose new training on teachers, according to Premier Christy Clark's first throne speech.
Former communications manager to run for Surrey council

Former communications manager to run for Surrey council

Paul Griffin will run as an independent.
Residents reach out to fulfill PAN publisher's legacy

Residents reach out to fulfill PAN publisher's legacy

The legacy of Linda Klitch continues.