MP Nathan Cullen endorses Singh in NDP bid

Nathen Cullen not worried about Jagmeet Singh’s lack of seat in the House of Commons.

  • Sep 20th, 2017

Pushing ahead with First Nation treaty negotiations

British Columbia Treaty Commission moves forward on 14 negotiations involving 32 First Nations.

B.C. calls for input on restored Human Rights Commission

Commission to focus on education to prevent racism, sexism

Surge in asylum seekers at B.C. borders: stats

Each claim costs the government $12,900 to $20,000 according to the Immigration Department

Families walk Highway of Tears to honour missing, murdered Indigenous women

The annual journey will span five days this year and cover 350 kilometres between Prince Rupert and Smithers

Privacy czar chides B.C. government over shoddy access to information practices

Drew McArthur says he is disappointed in the provincial government’s poor response rate

Roots & Blues 2017 day two


    Roots & Blues 2017 day one


      Vernon takes on the One Bag Challenge
      • 4 hours ago


      Penticton hospital construction on time, on budget
      • 15 hours ago


      Vernon woman nearly bilked in phone scam

      Callers said daughter was in jail and ‘lawyer’ asked woman to send $65,000

      Vigilante tracks down B.C. garbage dumper

      Truckload of trash found last weekend, tossed down an embankment over a creek

      Vancouver Island company faces backlash to “fat-shaming” picture

      Owner of Fresh Coast Victoria apologizes for posting photo of large man with caption “Get this guy some @freshcoastvic”

      B.C. women cut off life-changing medication

      Changes in health insurance coverage devastate Okanagan and Victoria women battling cystic fibrosis

      • Sep 20th, 2017

      Cat loses eye in pellet gun attack

      A Princeton cat was rushed to the vet after it was shot in the face with a pellet gun

      Saliva test likely for marijuana impairment

      Enforcement must be ready by next July, Mike Farnworth says

      Environmental concerns shore up

      Shoreline disturbance on Okanagan lakes causing concern

      Managers plead guilty in B.C. coal mine spill

      A 21-year-old holding a high school diploma made decisions resulting in disaster on the Tulameen River

      Helping immigrants feel at home

      UBCO study says small towns need to do more to help immigrants feel they belong.

      Conference looks to future of Okanagan wine, culinary tourism

      Experts from 12 different countries will speak at the first of its kind event in Kelowna in October

      UPDATE: B.C. filmmaker admits to fibbing to sell gender-based policy

      Victoria premier of film used the pricing system charging white men $20, while others paid $10

      Hurricane Maria hits Puerto Rico after slamming Dominica

      Metal roofs were already flying and windows were breaking as the storm approached the region

      Snow expected on B.C. Interior highways

      “Weather in the mountains can change suddenly resulting in hazardous driving conditions.”

      Foreign workers say they paid thousands for B.C. jobs that didn’t exist

      Four plaintiffs represent 450 foreign workers in the lawsuit against Mac’s Convenience Stores