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THE MOJ: So you think you know your Lions? 10 facts that may surprise you

THE MOJ: So you think you know your Lions? 10 facts that may surprise you

A step inside the the locker room for some insight on the people behind the player
Okanagan's Nature Nut buzz on bees

Okanagan's Nature Nut buzz on bees

Unfortunately most of our native bees are becoming extinct and endangered from competition and disease
THE MOJ: Riders can’t cramp the style of McInnis as Lions win big West battle

THE MOJ: Riders can’t cramp the style of McInnis as Lions win big West battle

B.C. unleashes torrential aerial attack as it wins match-up of the conference’s 2 top teams
VIEWPOINT: Cherryville residents outraged over E. coli in the Shuswap River

VIEWPOINT: Cherryville residents outraged over E. coli in the Shuswap River

Shuswap Passion by Jim Cooperman
THE MOJ: B.C.’s Corey Mace coaching Saskatchewan to run roughshod

THE MOJ: B.C.’s Corey Mace coaching Saskatchewan to run roughshod

Port Moody product has the Roughriders out to a 4-0 start as they head into a clash with the Lions
THE MOJ: Vernon Adams Jr. continues to fire strikes as Lions win another

THE MOJ: Vernon Adams Jr. continues to fire strikes as Lions win another

B.C. quarterback carves up Hamilton as he continues pile up gaudy passing numbers
Vernon's lost street names: Lorne Street (41st Ave)

Vernon's lost street names: Lorne Street (41st Ave)

Now the site of McDonald Park and Seaton School, the building was used during the First World War as an internment camp
COLUMN: O Canada, our home on stolen land

COLUMN: O Canada, our home on stolen land

The debate over reconciliation flares as Katzie, Kwantlen and Semiahmoo First Nations ask for South Surrey land back
COLUMN: The impossible claim of instant action

COLUMN: The impossible claim of instant action

A single second is not enough time to respond to a request
THE MOJ: As free agency fades, the Canucks have taken small step back

THE MOJ: As free agency fades, the Canucks have taken small step back

Vancouver brought in some useful players, but its doubtful they made up for blueline losses