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Saturn celebrates with customers

When Terry Lowe says they were pushing 60 cars in the rally, he doesn't mean they all ran out of gas.

Skilled-worker shortage looms

With all the technological advances in the past two decades, John Walsh says there is no such thing as unskilled labour.

Accord: Special edition really rocks

Almost since the day it made its debut in North America, the Honda Accord has remained one of the most highly rated vehicles in its class, a true benchmark of handling, style and quality.

Booming seniors ideal market

The senior sector is growing at a phenomenal rate as baby boomers enter their golden years and Ron Johnson says marketers need to address this.

Hot rod of a weekend

The engines will be revving this weekend as 100 hot rods from throughout British Columbia and Alberta will roll into town.

Run for Cure ready

The countdown to the annual Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure kicked off on the weekend with the Pink Ribbon Golf Tournament at Sun Rivers.

Support recipe for success

When the United States wouldn't take Prince Edward Island potatoes last year because of blight concerns, Sandra Costello did.

Protester still banned

A native man who allegedly helped set up the Aug. 24 roadblock near Sun Peaks Resort won't be allowed within a two-kilometre radius of the village.

Spotlight on young artists

Skill and age are not necessarily synonyms in the world of art.

Computer program benefits business

Small-business owners will be the beneficiaries from a joint venture between UCC's computer access centre and Community Futures Development Corporation Thompson Country (CFDC).