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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

Permitting required to cut your own Christmas tree

Christmas tree cutting is permitted on Crown land so long as you have a permit

  • Nov 24th, 2017

West Kootenay-Boundary hospital district at odds with province, IHA over Arrow Lakes project

To get things moving, the RHD funded 100 per cent of planning costs instead of the usual 40 per cent

Trail Pottery Club hosts 1st Annual Christmas Sale

Locally crafted pottery on sale at the VISAC Friday 3-7 pm and Saturday 10 am until 2 pm

View Royal protection service officer recognized

Mattaius Brueckl honoured for heroic actions at VGH during incident in April

VIDEO: Homeless shelter opens with 25 beds

Tent city occupant said they made their point, plans to use the new Prince Rupert emergency shelter

Education ministry supporting student safety in Quesnel with QJS closure

Move to Maple Drive Junior School will solve problem but ministry says it is temporary

  • Nov 24th, 2017

Scope widens for Columbia Avenue redevelopment project

Castlegar's main street will see big changes in the new year.

  • Nov 24th, 2017

Metchosin takes aim at short-term vacation rentals

District to host public workshop in the new year

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

School board rejects adding trustees

Support lacking to expand West Kelowna/Kelowna representation

Costs loom as Saanich considers future of public works yard

Current conditions of the facility pose a risk to service delivery, according to a draft report

  • Nov 23rd, 2017

VIU nursing students conduct survey on Ladysmith early years programming

Fourth year nursing students at Vancouver Island University have teamed up with Ladysmith Early Years Partnership (LEYP) to conduct a survey on local programming.

Province steps up loan program for wildfire-affected Cariboo ranchers

Cariboo Bred Heifer Cooperative will have an extra $600,000 in loan amounts guaranteed by B.C.

  • Nov 23rd, 2017

Rossland rec site project on a roll after three years

After three years of hard work, the Rossland Recreation Site project is nearly complete.

Hatchet attacker at Campbell River marina sentenced to 18 months

Dan Van Do injured one man with a hatchet then ran after victims with an axe

  • Nov 23rd, 2017

End of the Quest

Oak Bay council unanimously denies Quest's zoning amendment application

  • Nov 23rd, 2017

Snow warning for the Coquihalla

Driving through highway passes will require some extra caution today.

Students exposed to science of genomics

Geneskool program presented at Kelowna and Oliver high schools this week