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VICTORIA — Premier John Horgan found his character under attack moments after calling a snap election Monday, with opponents and former allies questioning how voters can trust a leader who reneged on written agreement with the B.C. Greens to...
Premier John Horgan has called a provincial election for Oct. 24. Horgan met with Lt.-Gov. Janet Austin on Monday morning (Sept. 21) and said she granted his request to dissolve the legislature.. . .
British Columbians will go to the polls on Oct. 24 to choose the provincial government that will lead them through the COVID-19 pandemic and the next four years. Lt.-Gov. Janet Austin met with . . .
While the big dogs of the Texas football world haven’t even started their seasons, the smaller schools — those in Class 4A and lower — are well into their seasons and completing the annual traditions that go along with action on the gridiron.
BC Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson says the province is being forced into a general election to "secure the jobs of the NDP."
British Columbians will head to polls in a snap election next month, three years after the ruling NDP formed a minority government in the province.
The Raiders finally have a home to call their own. After spending almost their entire 60-year existence sharing stadiums that were sometimes old and out of date, the Raiders are set to open their $2 billion palace in the Las Vegas desert. The Raiders (1-0) will host New Orleans (1-0) on Monday night when they get to show off Allegiant Stadium to the world more than three years after getting approval to move from Oakland to Las Vegas. “It’s got everything you could imagine, and I can’t wait to share it with our fans,” head coach Jon Gruden said. “People around the world, entertainers, are going to be here. It’s going to be the hot spot, if you ask me. It’s the coolest place I’ve seen.” Unfortunately for the fans in Las Vegas who have been waiting for an NFL team and Raiders die-hards in the Bay Area and Los Angeles, they’ll have to wait another year to get to see it in person. With the COVID-19 pandemic making large crowds unsafe and owner Mark Davis insistent that either all the season-ticket holders or none would be allowed in the stadium, the Raiders are playing this season without fans. “We wish they could experience it with us,” quarterback Derek Carr said. “I’m sure they will be around somewhere. I’m sure there is a certain street or strip that they’ll be on that our fans will be at.” When the team held its first practice at the new digs last month, Davis read a prepared statement to the players that said that his father’s mantra that the “greatness of the Raiders is in their future” had come to fruition and that day had arrived with the opening of the team’s “Field of Dreams.” “Welcome to the Death Star, where our opponents’ dreams come to die,” Davis said. Ignoring the fact that the Death Star was destroyed...
A series of streets and laneways in Sydney's CBD will be closed to traffic while main streets will have roadside parking spaces converted into al fresco dining spots under a plan to save the city's hospitality industry.

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