Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Top B.C. News as of 9 P.M

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Top B.C. News as of 9 P.M

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Top B.C. News

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MONDAY, July 30

B.C. NEWS ADVISORY

COMING LATER TODAY:

Wildfire in Okanagan Shrinks

Forest-Fires

Kelowna -- A wildfire North of Kelowna, BC on Okanagan lake has diminished in size. The community of Wilson's Landing is near the blaze, but fire officials say it is now down to just 26 hectares and shrinking. Meanwhile fires near Fort Nelson become a concern as they approach gas and oil camps.

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Kinder Morgan needs to sweeten pipeline pot says minister.

Kinder-Morgan-Lake

Kamloops -- B.C. Environment Minister Terry Lake says Kinder Morgan will also have to up its safety standards and pay more money to the B.C. government if it wants a pipeline expansion in the province.

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Privacy Commissioner Announces Investigation

Privacy-Investigation

VANCOUVER -- The man who prompted an investigation of the way Victoria police use a licence-plate scanning system says he did it because he fears the police want to collect too much personal information from innocent people.

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Former environment minister joins Enbridge opponents

Northern-Gateway

VANCOUVER -- Enbridge opponents, including former federal environment minister David Anderson and Union of BC Indian Chiefs Grand Chief Stewart Phillip discuss provincial position on Northern Gateway. …

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