Flood watch still in effect for Similkameen, Tulameen rivers near Princeton

A flood watch advisory means riverbanks are nearing full, and flooding may result in areas adjacent to affected rivers.
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Canada’s Catholic bishops name Indigenous directors to oversee reconciliation funds
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Joni Mitchell removing music from Spotify in solidarity with Neil Young
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Two Quebec City cops suspended over video footage back at work Sunday
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Luxury ice fishing shacks? Manitoba entrepreneurs bring style to pastime
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Police investigate after garage door set on fire in Dollard-des-Ormeaux
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Workers vote for near-unanimous strike mandates at ArcelorMittal plants
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B.C. could lift some COVID-19 restrictions by Feb. 21, top doctor says
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Metis National Council takes former president, Manitoba Metis Federation to court
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RCMP release vehicle photo in search for missing dad and daughter
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Yukon parents’ approval of First Nations school board hailed as ‘monumental change’
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Letters to The Sun, Jan. 29, 2022: Downtown Eastside, a community slipping into despair
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