Every weekend Q101 will revisit the most talked-about stories of the week in Merritt and bring them to you all in one place. As well as my favourite story of the week.
This week Merritt was buzzing about Upper Nicola withdrawing their appeal of Trans Mountain, RCMP across the southern interior hunting for a suspect, and Merritt’s Most Wanted.
Upper Nicola Withdraws Appeal of Trans Mountain
The Upper Nicola Indian Band along with two other first nation communities have dropped their appeal of the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project.
RCMP Across the Southern Interior Searching for Suspects in Fraud Cause
RCMP are continuing their search for suspects they say are allegedly responsible for a string of cross-jurisdictional crimes committed in the North Okanagan, Thompson-Nicola, Nicola Valley, and the Central Okanagan.
Merritt’s Most Wanted – November 4, 2019
A pair of Merritt residents have been added to the Merritt RCMP’s most wanted list.
My favourite story this week the poppy campaign.
Poppy Campaign Raising Funds for Veteran Across BC
The Legion Poppy Campaign raises around $2,500,000 per year for services and support in BC for grants for veterans and their families in need.
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