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High 17 degrees
Population of Frisby-Boulder herd northeast of Sicamous at 11 animals and declining
People protested outside Kelowna City Hall today to demand more action on climate change
Kids in Prince Rupert march to city hall in support of Fridays for Future, a global climate protest
Vernon resident wishes politicians would speak up, endorse women's rights
Lawsuit seeking compensation for B.C. residents who purchased the products 2004, and Jan. 1, 2010
The inn was evacuated before fire crews extinguished flames in an upstairs room
The Village of Burns Lake is examining its approach to retail cannabis regulations.
Kevin Marshall, Energy Manager with the City of Cranbrook, met organizers of Thursday's student Walkout For Climate Change in front of City Hall to explain what the City is doing to address climate change at the local level, going so far as to give the students a project concerning replacing City lights with LEDs. Thursday's action saw students from Mt. Baker Secondary School walk out of class and march to City Hall to raise awareness of climate change, and was part of a national event inspired by teenage activist Greta Thunberg that's actually taking place Friday, in cities around Canada (School District 5 was not in session on Friday). MBSS students were invited to come take part in Kimberley's event on Friday. Left to right: Sally Ruoss, Emily Sartorel, Natelli Harpelle, Eliana Bromley, Kevin Marshall. Barry Coulter photo.
The group also protested in front of the Ministry of Environment building and Town Hall
Year-long project to widen, add meridians between West Shore Parkway and Leigh Road
The peacekeepers plaque has been stolen from the Sandwick Cairn on Dingwall Road in Courtenay.
The Esquimalt Town Centre set to sell its first units in October
The Cariboo Gold Project is a proposed underground mine near Wells with an 11-year mine life
Many in community angry at city's move after saying art wouldn't be immediately removed
Diamonds and Dust Entertainment Lounge destroyed by fire, crews on scene
Problem areas for pest include Summerland, Penticton and Naramata
RCMP seized a loaded 12-gauge shotgun, ammunition, clothing and other items
The Kimberley Youth Action Network hosted a walkout in support of climate justice.
Approximately 50 people rallied in front of city hall to bring awareness to climate change