Vigil held for woman whose remains were found on Shuswap farm

Family and friends remember Vernon resident Traci Genereaux and along with five other missing women

  • Nov 21st, 2017

Brewers create anti-fascist ale

Not For Nazis Nut Brown Ale made in the Shuswap will be ready in time for Christmas

3,800-plant grow-op busted on First Nation reserve

Three men face charges after RCMP bust a large drug operation on the Soowahlie Reserve near Chilliwack

  • Nov 21st, 2017

VIDEO: Government approves funding of $750,000 drug for B.C. woman

Approval comes one day after province announces funding for Soliris on a case-by-case basis

BC Hydro issues storm safety tips

Bulletin indicates “electrical contact incidents resulting in serious injury are on the rise.”

B.C. flaggers rally after colleague struck in Okanagan

Traffic Control Personnel respond to colleague being hit in Lavington

Kimberley Platzl Light Up
    News recap: Kimberley
      Larry Tuck at the Pines
        Remembrance Day in Kimberley

          UPDATE: Washington Governor Jay Inslee visits B.C.

          Premier John Horgan talks trains, trade with southern neighbour

          Viral video shows deer killed on Snapchat in Campbell River

          RCMP say they have identified those involved and are working with conservation officers

          BC Conservatives call for ICBC reform

          Leader Scott Anderson of Vernon calls ICBC ‘national embarrassment

          • Nov 21st, 2017

          B.C. government poverty strategy tour set to begin

          Victoria first for B.C. committee, province-wide until next March

          UPDATE: CBS fires Charlie Rose following allegations

          Charlie Rose is the latest public figure to be accused with sexual misconduct allegations

          Ikea relaunches dresser recall after eighth child dies

          Recall is for all Ikea chest and dressers and include 8 million Malm chest and dressers that were sold from 2002 through June 2016.

          Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe resigns

          After 37 years Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe has resigned for smoother transfer of power

          Nearly half of recently immigrated kids in B.C. are poor: report

          A new study suggests immigrant children make up a large percentage of B.C.’s impoverished

          Cranbrook Council tired of taking the flack for the province’s deer

          Council voted to proceed with another cull of the city’s deer herd, but not without some words for the Province of B.C.

          Financial plan sees increase in utility rates

          Water rates go up by two per cent; sewer by five to help fund replacement of waste water treatment plant

          LGBTQ advocates want military, RCMP to take part in apology

          “These are all the organizations that perpetrated past discrimination against the LGBTQ community.”

          Canadians are getting bad advice from the taxman

          An auditor has found that Canadians are getting bad advice from the taxman, when they can get through

          B.C. mining company stakes claim in Australia

          Copper Mountain is set to purchase Cloncurry Copper Project in a $93-million deal.

          B.C. reporter reflects on covering Charles Manson

          Charles Manson, leader of a murderous cult, died on Sunday at 83