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Quesnel Coun. Ron Paull will receive one of the historic signs May 28 at 3 p.m. at the museum
The City of Victoria instated Sunday parking fees on May 1
Six-lane bridge planned over South Surrey's Nicomekl bridge
The chamber calls on BC Housing to define 'indefinite' following provincial funding announcement
Local students participated in a global movement calling for climate action
The New to You might be getting older, but that isn't stopping the donations from rolling in.
Surrey RCMP say the body was found inside a shed after firefighters extinguished the fire
Ken Holland, GM of the Edmonton Oilers, inducted into B.C. Sports Hall of Fame Thursday
Safer Schools Together trainers and former Hells Angel spoke to parents on May 22
Premier John Horgan made the announcement in Kelowna on Friday
Kimberley Arts Council - Centre 64 has announced the cancellation of the much anticipated Kimberley Summer Playhouse season of summer theatre planned for July and August at Centre 64. Speaking on behalf of the arts council's board of directors, board secretary Mike Redfern stated, "Due to unforeseen circumstances planning for the upcoming season came to an unexpected halt early in April. Despite the board's best efforts to restart the project, including an attempt to limit the season to one play rather than the two plays originally planned, time eventually ran out on hiring all the personnel needed in time to mount a successful season of professional theatre and the board has reluctantly had to recognize that it is no longer possible to proceed with the project."
2017 saw three reported cases of Lyme disease
It's a slightly better excuse than "the dog ate my homework."
Nanaimo Square Sit-In is taking place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
After working 11 years in his position, Dave Dickson said Williams Lake needs to take care of its most vulnerable citizens
Snowpack levels in B.C. recorded on May 15 were similar to those in 2015 and 2016
A handful of students were seen rallying in front of the Okanagan Science Centre
Three months after a golden eagle suffering from lead poisoning was found in Elko, it has been released back into the wild.
Animal is believed to have been killed somewhere between Ucluelet and Tofino
Dedicated infrastructure corridors have had success in other jurisdictions, report finds