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This Tri-City exercise clinic is changing the way local people think about the gym  

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

It’s been open for less than a year, but a new exercise clinic in The Tri-Cities is already changing the lives of local residents. This is no ordinary gym however. In fact, LIVE WELL Exercise . . .

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B.C. voters will choose a voting system for provincial elections this fall  

Thursday, October 4, 2018

This fall, British Columbians will vote on what voting system we should use for provincial elections. The province is holding a referendum on electoral reform between Oct. 22 and Nov. 30, 2018. . . .

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Evolving natural gas to a low-carbon future  

Monday, June 4, 2018

Recently, British Columbia released its revised Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions legislation for the next three decades. To meet their targets, government, business and citizens must re-examine . . .

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BC Hydro challenges residents to start an Electricity Reduction Challe  

Friday, July 21, 2017

As summer weather washes over the Lower Mainland, you might be looking to save some extra money for the next dinner out or patio visit in your future. To help you on this path, BC Hydro is . . .

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Track your electricity use online, look for ways to save  

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

British Columbians are getting the message on saving power. We’re learning quickly that small things such as turning down the heat overnight and hang-drying laundry can go a long way to lowering . . .