Wild Salmon open house heard from Chilliwack groups

DFO hosted drop-in session in Chilliwack to talk about salmon issues

Trudeau apologizes to excluded residential school students

PM makes statement to former students in Nfld who were left out of previous compensation, apology

  • Nov 24th, 2017

Funtastic grants soon available

Organization gives back to sporting community with grant program

New federal housing strategy will help the Central Okanagan says MP

The 10-year, $40-billion federal plan comes a Kelowna tackles issue of homelessness

Tap turned off in Cedar Heights

Crews are working to repair a broken water main.

Two orphan bear cubs travel from Haida Gwaii to Smithers

Haida elders name sibling cubs Gwaay Taan for "island bear" and Taan Sqwaana, "other bear."

  • Nov 24th, 2017

Bikes keep kids focused in Strawberry Vale classrooms

There are now 90 silent bikes are in Saanich, Victoria classrooms

Man and woman sent to hospital in Highway 33 accident

Kelowna - The accident occurred yesterday and closed a lane of traffic

Speculative map shows downtown Campbell River flooded by rising sea levels

Campbell River will lose its downtown to sea level rise by the year 2100 if global temperatures were to rise 4°C, a map created by the organization Climate Central shows.

RCMP makes budget presentation to Kimberley Council

This past week at their Committee of the Whole meeting, Kimberley Council heard a presentation from the RCMP Director of Finance Max Xiao.

Kelowna chamber: Business concerned about pot legalization

Kelowna Chamber jumps into the debate over the future of marijuana

  • Nov 24th, 2017

VIDEO: Liberal Surrey MP holds news conference on gangs and housing

Randeep Sarai speaks about gang-fighting and housing funding and what it means for Surrey

  • Nov 24th, 2017

Literacy program receives funding

Summerland Kiwanis Club contributes $5,000 for special materials

Propane explosion destroys fifth wheel in Nanaimo

No one hurt but trailer destroyed when propane leak ignites in Harewood

Kelowna students get a lesson on Aboriginal culture

Kelowna Christian School students took a field trip to the museum Thursday morning

$353,925 budgeted for new skatepark in Port Hardy, pending successful grant funding, says Chief Administrative Officer

The plans for the skatepark came up at a recent Parks and Recreation Committee meeting.

Secret ballot will determine if MP’s abandoned vessels bill can proceed

Members of Parliament will vote next week whether to allow Sheila Malcolmson's bill to be debated

Fashionable Fashion Show a 10

A total of 34 models took part in the annual DragonFly Pond fashion show

Three charged following South Surrey mail theft

Accused remain in custody

Canada Post employee stops scam

A resident was saved by a sharp Canada Post employee in the Lower Similkameen.

  • Nov 24th, 2017