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Some Burns Lake residents were shocked over the March 16-17 weekend to see posters around town bearing the name of anti-immigrant group Soldiers of Odin and seeking support for a cellular phone drive.
Former B.C. Electric substation - now a redesigned luxury property - open for bids starting Friday
Conservation officer service looking for animal near Port Alice
Tomorrow is the first official day of spring - and it finally feels like it across the Okanagan
The attack happened at about 2 a.m. on Mar. 31, 2018, outside Pierre's Champagne Lounge in Yaletown
Okanoggin Barbers second underwear fashion show happening Wednesday at Barking Parrot
Gregory Norman Brock was issued letter of discipline, suspended three days without pay.
The organization is facing financial difficulties amidst "reinventing its mission"
Kyle Antonio Dias, 19, to face second-degree murder charge in Toronto
The last big earthquake was 70 years ago in Courtenay
The plan is designed to lift 140,000 people - 50,000 children among them - out of poverty
Police say underage suspects have been identified
Finance Minister Bill Morneau stressed the Liberals commitment to reconciliation from beginning
Jinny Sims talks details about the $50-million provincial and possible $750-million federal funds
Man man found safe by searchers, grateful for search but said he was never lost or stranded
Ben Tyner was reported missing when his riderless horse was discovered on a logging road
An expatriate and Muslim students at UBC Okanagan deeply affected by white supremacist shooting