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The pick up truck was pulled over near Hollywood and Hwy 33 just after midnight.
It’s been almost a year since a Vernon crash claimed the lives of two women — and there still hasn’t been a decision on charges.
A pickup truck went off Highway 6 near Waddington Drive last March, killing passengers Carlee De Boer of Grindrod and Paige Whitelaw of Ladysmith, both 20.
RCMP say they are still waiting for lab results on the driver due to a backlog at RCMP evidence labs.
All four lanes of the Dry Gulch Bridge, near the summit of the Coquihalla, will be resurfaced and bearings and expansion joints being replaced.
The black dress shoes may look familiar — it’s the same pair de Jong wore for the last four balanced budgets.
In 2016, 15 neighbourhood grants were awarded, engaging more than 1,600 residents in leading or participating in neighbourhood enhancing projects.
In 2017 only, to honour Canada’s 150th anniversary, an additional $500 is available for projects that show support for one of the City’s Canada 150 themes, which include celebrating cultural diversity and freedom, honouring the history of our region and empowering youth to shape the community that they desire.
Now, 10 years later, people across Canada and around the world celebrate Pink Day and come together to fight bullying.
Travis encourages everyone to buy their pink shirt from London Drugs or online at www.pinkshirtday.ca.