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199662news1Dr. Bonnie Henry visits Interior Health, says thank you to frontline workers
199658news3B.C. sledders seek Sicamous’ support to protect trails next winter
199654news4‘They made us believe we didn’t have souls:’ Marieval residential school survivor
199648news5Kootenay-Columbia MP votes against banning LGBTQ2S+ conversion therapy
199644news6Canadians must be savvy in navigating COVID-19 expertise: observers
199652news7Kelowna shatters a number of same-day high records this past week
199642news8B.C. Ferries now offering online booking for foot passengers
199640news9Facial recognition use by Liberals raises issues, says B.C.’s privacy commissioner
199668news10Morning Start: The word Wednesday is derived from the Germanic god Wodan
199638news11B.C. reports 75 new COVID-19 cases, 3 new deaths
199636news12Lifetime teaching ban for former B.C. teacher caught in Creep Catchers sting
199634news139 months for B.C. man who terrorized women with sexually explicit phone calls
199660news14Cermaq takes legal action against DFO to challenge licence denials
199632news15Okanagan officers recognized for saving lives using Naloxone
199629news16Former manager of Penticton condo strata ordered to pay back $75k in mishandled funds
199618news17Strict water restrictions for Princeton activated to preserve resources for firefighting
199616news18Rare waterfront Vernon home hits market for first time
199614news19Work begins on researching unmarked burials at Alberni residential school site
199656news20Fundraiser starts for Armstrong family who lost house in fire
199650news21Bottled water wanted in Vernon ahead of heat wave
199605news22UPDATE: Person trapped, air ambulance responding after semi slams into car on Highway 5
199603news23Wilson-Raybould calls out Crown-Indigenous Minister Bennett for sending her ‘racist’ text
199594news25Union concerned with ‘ethics controversy’ after Penticton editor elected to council
199590news26Small ammonia leak in Sicamous arena ice chiller prompts emergency purchase, replacement
199588news27B.C. Police watchdog investigating Kelowna murder
199596news28New diabetes technology coverage saves Summerland man more than $5,000 a year
199584news29Liberals introduce bill to combat online hate speech as Commons adjourns for summer
199580news30Kimberley officials urge caution as deer attacks on people, dogs at all-time high
199577news31North Okanagan missing woman represented on Highway of Tears
199575news322 deaths, 8 hospitalizations spark safety warning for B.C. parents over open windows, balconies
199573news33South Okanagan Tim Hortons owner stars in national ad campaign
199568news34Crews respond to fire on West Bench Drive near Penticton
199565news35‘Reckless acts and omissions’ by Iran caused deadly Flight 752 crash: report
199563news36Don’t party too hard for St. Jean Baptiste Day, Interior Health warns
199561news37Kelowna-Lake Country MP votes against ban on conversion therapy over wording of legislation
199557news38Defence minister under fire for hiring assistant with past inappropriate relationship
199546news39BC Ferries adding sailings as it anticipates ‘busy summer season’
199544news40$83,000 raised for families of Kelowna grads killed in car crash
199542news41B.C. man sentenced to one year in jail for sexually assaulting passed-out girl
199539news42Surrey residents report calling 911 for ambulances that didn’t arrive
199535news43Victim’s mom tells Abbotsford school killer: ‘I hope that you never have another moment of peace’
199531news44BREAKING: 751 unmarked graves at Saskatchewan residential school: First Nation
199529news45Record-breakingly hot temperatures forecast for B.C. this weekend
199527news4622 electric vehicle chargers launching through FortisBC project
199525news47Seventeen Canadians per day died from opioids in 2020: Public Health Agency of Canada
199523news48Lawyers debate jailhouse vote that may have won Yukon election
199519news49Black Press Media pens deal with Google Canada on News Showcase platform
199506news50Discovery of ‘hundreds of unmarked graves’ at former Saskatchewan residential school
199502news51Public invited to comment on road maintenance in the South Shuswap
199504news52Dangerous heat wave warning issued for B.C. Interior
199550news53Province denies request for moratorium on logging above Shuswap homes
199500news54Mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic returning to Salmon Arm
199494news55Penticton thief ditches vegan treats, opts for huge tub of ice cream instead
199488news56UPDATE: Lucky British Columbian will share Tuesday’s $70 million Lotto Max jackpot
199486news57B.C. sees 87 more COVID-19 cases, none in Northern Health
199508news58Morning Start: Laughter is mostly a social response, rather than a reaction to a joke
199480news59Sisters of St. Ann agree to provide better access to residential school records
199478news60VIDEO: O’Toole against cancelling Canada Day; ministers, NDP say it’s time for reflection
199476news61Park use in Canada soared during COVID, creating challenges for cities, survey finds
199472news62Vernon chamber calls on Victoria to ensure viability of Armstrong’s fair
199470news63Ear-resistible bunnies up for adoption at B.C.’s first bunny cafe
199468news64Improved fishway, lower flow raises salmon migration hopes at Big Bar rock slide
199466news65Scale and speed of change needed to achieve Canada’s 2030 climate goal a challenge
199461news66Clinton girl, 7, raises close to $2,000 in bannock sales for Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc
199458news67Floaters urged to stay off Shuswap River in Enderby
199455news68Vernon misses temperature record by one-tenth of a degree
199464news69Get your bearings with bear spray at upcoming Shuswap workshop
199451news70Woman awarded $15k after years of harassment at Okanagan software company
199484news71North Okanagan boat safety checks underway
199449news72District of Sicamous reopens council doors for public attendance
199447news73Forestry protesters try to disrupt loading of logs in Nanaimo harbour
199444news74Penticton set to break 96-year-old heat record on Sunday
199437news75Salmon Arm woman dies in Enderby motorcycle crash
199435news76B.C. study probes if more time in the shade as a child prevents skin cancer in adulthood
199433news77Class action alleging RCMP abuse of Indigenous people in Northern Canada certified
199431news78Police commend citizens who rushed to help at fatal collision near Chase
199429news79Police probe dark-coloured truck leaving scene of Penticton church fire
199425news80Boost to seniors benefit this summer and beyond could cost $10.7 billion
199423news81100-year flood level on Yukon River prompts warning to village of Carmacks
199421news82B.C. health officials say mixing mRNA vaccines is safe, effective
199408news83Vernon woman reported missing
199400news84Toddler falls from second-storey window, sparking safety reminder from Burnaby RCMP
199398news85Kelowna Fire Department contains balcony fire at apartment complex
199393news86‘Time doesn’t heal the pain:’ Keep killer Paul Bernardo behind bars, families say
199389news87VIDEO: Risk-assessment tool for fully vaccinated people coming soon, Tam promises
199385news88‘Life consuming’: Alberta Crown stays charges against parents in toddler’s death
199370news89Sicamous’ annual Canada Day fireworks display postponed
199363news90More bypassing AstraZeneca for 2nd COVID-19 shot after NACI advice
199361news91Kelowna RCMP seize illicit drugs, guns, money in Lower Mission home
199357news92UPDATE: ‘Out of control’ fire at Eleven Mile Creek near Hope up to 35 hectares
199355news93U.S. to review its dark history of Indigenous boarding schools
199349news94Salmon Arm woman shares frightening experience, encourages others to take precautions
199374news95Morning Start: The longest wedding veil spanned 63.5 football fields
199347news96Anti-racism rally in Nanaimo postponed due to threat of violence
199343news97Small fire sparks fear in Vernon homeowner
199341news98B.C. reaches 1 million people fully vaccinated, 56 new cases Tuesday
199345news99Safety of dogs in focus with rising heat, incident in Victoria
199334news1002 Vernon Mounties bear maced, assaulted
199336news101Trans Mountain tree cutting can resume as stop-work order on pipeline route lifts
199332news102Alberta’s Wood Buffalo National Park nears endangered status
199330news103‘Who owns the land?’ Finding residential school graves predicted to be complicated
199320news104Vancouver Island First Nations flags to fly permanently at city hall
199316news105‘Toxicity’ and ‘obstructionism’: Trudeau tells Canadians Parliament is dysfunctional
199312news106B.C.’s first dedicated plasma donor centre opens in Kelowna
199318news107VIDEO: Trudeau demands truth from China about Uyghurs
199307news108Study reassures parents, teachers that COVID-19 infrequently shared at school
199298news109Closed Canadian border leaves Point Roberts’ only grocery store on verge of closure
199293news110PHOTOS: Eagle River Secondary graduates celebrate under the stars in Enderby
199291news111Decision on Salmon Arm high schools prompts criticism at CSRD board
199274news112Man charged in Naramata double homicide appears in Penticton court
199267news113Mom dies day after witnessing daughter’s hospital wedding in Abbotsford
199263news114Black bear believed to have killed miniature donkey in Maple Ridge
199261news115Penticton heads to court over homeless shelter as BC Housing audit begins
199259news116BC Hydro assures customers it has ‘more than enough’ power to weather the heatwave
199257news117Interior Health offers safety tips as temperatures soar
199255news118Pilots say no reason to continue quarantines for vaccinated international travellers
199300news119Hundreds march with Splatsin in Enderby for #215
199252news1206 United Way chapters merging around B.C.
199250news121Political newcomer joins contest for B.C. Liberal leadership
199248news122Kelowna residents concerned about ongoing alleged underage beach parties
199246news123Virus cleaning pilot set for Unisus School in Summerland
199244news124Single vehicle collision seriously injures West Kelowna man
199242news1252nd year of day passes required for entry into 5 provincial parks launches in B.C.
199240news126Anglican bishop of the central Interior resigns over sexual misconduct allegations
199233news127Morning Start: Cheetahs can’t roar
199229news128CRA audits of ultra-wealthy Canadians yield zero prosecutions, convictions
199231news129Tk’emlups preparing for archaeological work at B.C. residential school site where remains found
199227news130Military ombudsman demands independence now, accuses top brass of fighting oversight
199225news131Two-thirds of Canadians say governments shouldn’t lift all COVID-19 restrictions
199223news132Killer rapist denied parole, Paul Bernardo, had plans to relocate to Kelowna
199221news133One dead and extensive damage as tornado hits Mascouche, Que., north of Montreal
199217news134B.C. student’s yearbook quote equates grad to end of slavery; principal cites editing error
199215news135BC Liberal leadership candidate condemns ‘senseless violence’ of Okanagan church fires
199219news136Canadian rock legend, activist Gord Downie inspires Sicamous mural
199211news137Teen B.C. mom who died following police custody recalled as ‘friend to many’
199205news138Former Kamloops security guard wants job back after kicking incident caught on video
199203news139Kelowna marks National Indigenous Peoples’ Day with walk to remember Kamloops 215
199201news140B.C.’s COVID-19 infections drop to 90 on Sunday, 45 Monday
199199news141UPDATE: Fire sparked during Vernon home renovation
199194news142Penticton band chief condemns suspicious burning of 2 Catholic churches
199192news143A closer look: do Vancouver Island First Nations support the war in the woods?
199190news144Vehicle incident closes Highway 3 east of Osoyoos
199188news145Salmon Arm RCMP respond to concerns about women being watched, followed
199183news146Extended closures to Trans-Canada Highway announced east of Golden this fall
199179news147Kelowna Cabs dispatchers set to go back to work
199181news148VIDEO: First Nations, political leaders mark Indigenous Peoples Day, recognizing dark truths
199171news149Horgan marks Indigenous Peoples Day by urging recognition of systemic racism
199173news150Salmon Arm RCMP arrest 2 Albertans suspected in alleged assault, unlawful confinement
199169news151Canadians encouraged to see mRNA shots as interchangeable as more 2nd doses open up
199167news152Defence committee rises without report on Vance allegations
199163news153Coquihalla to get upgrades to aging washrooms
199161news154Motorcyclist critically injured in Westside Road collision
199159news155Osoyoos chef ecstatic after bagging $1 million Lotto 6/49 win
199209news156You’re invited to try a new Active Loop around Salmon Arm’s downtown
199165news157Stop before you install that dock, buoy or swim platform in a Shuswap lake
199153news158Two Grade 9-12 high schools in Salmon Arm’s future
199149news159Kelowna mom still waiting for answers after daughter and her fiance found dead
199147news160Election speculation in the air as Parliament winds down for the summer
199144news161VIDEO: Singh blasts Liberal ‘hypocrisy’ on National Indigenous Peoples Day
199141news162UPDATE: Two churches on band land in South Okanagan burn to the ground
199139news163UPDATE: Out-of-control fire burning above Peachland
199137news164‘We are all one people’: Honouring residential school victims and survivors
199135news165Heat wave forecast for Okanagan-Shuswap
199133news166Activists work to ensure Trans Mountain won’t get insurance
199125news167Healing ceremony held for hundreds at former northern B.C. residential school
199123news168B.C. MLAs ponder 2022 ‘sunset’ of subsidy for political parties
199118news169‘Forever War’ with fire has California battling forests instead
199115news170Church burns on Penticton Indian Band land
199108news171Indigenous Peoples Day must be a ‘call to action’, says Assembly of First Nations chief
199110news172Hearing resumes into death of man who suffocated in spit hood in Halifax police cell
199106news173VIDEO: Border quarantine to soon lift for fully vaccinated Canadians
199089news174Whale’s survival needs fishers, regulators to innovate to avoid entanglements: film
199085news175Feds to issue update on border measures for fully vaccinated Canadians, permanent residents
199087news176Urgent reforms needed to military justice system to protect misconduct victims: Fish
199083news177Blaze near Lytton spread across steep terrain, says BC Wildfire Service
199079news178Families speak out against police violence at BLM Toronto Juneteenth event in Ottawa
199081news179Bidens’ older dog, Champ, has died; German shepherd was 13
199077news180South Okanagan’s only midwifery to re-open this summer
199075news181Canadian restaurateurs grapple with rising food costs, menu prices expected to rise
199072news182Penticton man takes the plunge for the recovery house that helped save his life
199070news183Fort St. John man arrested after allegedly inviting sexual touching from children
199068news184‘Life-changing’: Call for refugee sponsors as study suggests 4M Canadians open to it
199066news185How Canada’s UNDRIP bill was strengthened to reject ‘racist’ doctrine of discovery
199100news186Rust Valley Restorers’ work will lead drive for attainable housing in Salmon Arm
199064news187At least 20% of eligible Canadians fully vaccinated, 75% with one dose: data
199057news188Eye-catching van to spread word of what’s great about Salmon Arm
199042news189Kelowna woman who fatally stabbed Eli Beauregard facing up to 1.5 years of jail time
199039news190Abbotsford police, RCMP grieve 4-year-old service dog killed in line of duty
199037news191B.C. drone sighting halts helicopters fighting 250 hectares of wildfire
199035news192Canada to welcome 45,000 refugees this year, says immigration minister
199031news193Updated tailings code after Mount Polley an improvement: B.C. mines auditor
199027news194Man arrested, 3 police injured during 10-person brawl at Vancouver beach
199029news195Salmon Arm fair returns for 2021
199021news196Father gives daughter life-saving gift as living organ donor
199019news197Dog control bylaw passes in Shuswap area despite ‘threatening’ emails
199017news198Search for lost fisherman near Victoria suspended, U.S. Coast Guard says
199055news199Deer attack in southeastern B.C. leaves woman cut, battered and bruised
199011news200Culling cutlines, not B.C. wolves, key to preserving caribou herds: researcher
199004news201Canada’s cyberspy agency may have broken privacy law, intelligence watchdog says
199002news202PHAC head maintains he’s bound by law not to release docs on fired scientists
198996news203No winning ticket sold for Friday’s $70 million Lotto Max jackpot
198985news204‘Desperate’ need for workers at Okanagan cherry farms
198981news205Downtown Kelowna’s Earls ordered closed after COVID-19 transmission
198994news206Sicamous residents say lack of long-term rentals detrimental to town
198987news207Three Shuswap parents honoured for combined 34 years of volunteering
198976news208UPDATE: Westside Road reopened following motorcycle crash near Vernon
198974news209Penticton not holding Canada Day activities out of respect for Indigenous people
198968news211Murder charge laid in relation to suspicious Kelowna death
198964news2122 charged, suspect at large in killings of B.C. brothers linked to gang activity: RCMP
198958news213Alberta 1st province in Canada to lift all COVID-19 public health restrictions
198960news214Lower Post postpones school demolition ceremony after animal remains found
198956news215‘Honour our fathers’ with COVID-19 vaccine protection, B.C. urges
198954news216Out-of-control wildfire near Lytton grows to 110 hectares Friday
198949news217Nova Scotia drops course that asked pupils to list benefits of residential schools
198944news218Donors who gave $1M to Central Okanagan grads want to send positive message
198946news219U.S. general: ‘wildfire of terrorism’ on march in Africa
198940news220Canada’s public health agency reports spike in confirmed cases of Delta variant
198942news221Family cat still missing, days after fire destroys Armstrong home
198938news222B.C. provides $22 million for Heiltsuk development on Central Coast
198936news223Health Canada proposes ban on most vaping flavours it says appeal to youth
198932news224Over 5K jabbed at Interior Health mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinics
198926news225VIDEO: Camper van explosion burns Vancouver Island gas station to the ground
198924news226Probe called for after video appearing to show Montreal officer’s knee on Black youth’s neck
198915news227Painting a rainbow: First Pride crosswalk installed in Revelstoke
198909news228Surging web traffic crashes BC Ferries’ site again
198907news229RDNO ends lengthy attempt to bring new boating regulations to Shuswap River
198911news230Black Press Media Weekly Roundup: Top headlines this week
198899news231Plane crash lands into Grand Forks orchard, pilot injured
198897news232Family homeless after fire rips through Chilliwack house
198895news233BC Ferries newest vessel having mechanical issues in Mediterranean
198892news234Interior Health COVID-19 cases falling slower than the rest of B.C.
198919news235PHOTOS: 11 dogs rescued, home destroyed in large blaze in Okanagan
198877news236Rollover near Vernon sends 2 to hospital
198872news2374 Nelson students arrested after messy grad prank closes school
198870news238MPs’ study of systemic racism in policing concludes RCMP needs new model
198868news239One million chickens euthanized during labour dispute at Quebec slaughterhouse
198866news240Provincial leaders want more federal money for health care, plan to meet in fall
198864news241Panel says Grassy Mountain coal mine in Alberta Rockies not in public interest
198853news242Morning Start: Pringles aren’t potato chips, according to the snack’s original owners
198848news243Brian Mulroney and Greta Thunberg among 100 celebrities pushing to save B.C. old growth
198844news244U.S. border restrictions to remain in place until at least July 21
198836news245BC Wildfire on scene of small wildfire above Naramata
198833news246Summerland students create virtual international cookbook
198831news247New sign honours the late Rob Flockhart at Sicamous and District Recreation Centre
198829news248North Okanagan-Shuswap School District hires new superintendent
198823news249Lake Country home destroyed in large blaze, 11 dogs rescued
198850news250B.C. charity founder pledges to rebuild Nepalese school swept away by flash floods
198817news251Kelowna Cabs reaches tentative agreement with dispatchers union
198815news252Teachers’ union wants more COVID transmission data as B.C. prepares for back-to-school
198802news253Man who redesigned downtown Revelstoke honoured with lifetime achievement award
198800news254B.C. records 120 new COVID-19 cases, second vaccines accelerating
198798news255South Okanagan sees only 5 new cases in last week
198796news256Summerland’s Good Neighbour Bylaw to address unsightly properties
198792news257‘I was taunted and harassed’ as a youth, Supreme Court nominee Mahmud Jamal says
198790news258City of Salmon Arm appoints acting chief administrative officer
198788news259Heffley Creek-area peacock hops logging trucks in search of love
198786news2602 deaths from COVID-19 Delta variant in Alberta, 1 patient was fully immunized
198778news261Festivals Kelowna cancels Canada Day celebrations for second year in a row
198769news262Central Okanagan Grade 12 grads get $500 surprise
198782news263BC Green leader Furstenau introduces old-growth logging petition
198753news264Ribfest returns to Penticton
198751news265Elections BC approves petition application for referendum on Surrey policing transition
198749news266One dead after fiery Okanagan Connector crash between two semis
198767news267UBCO researchers look at solutions for bear habituation
198747news268RCMP name 2015 homicide victim near Creston, investigation ongoing
198745news269High-profile B.C. lawyer suspended over $44K in mismanaged client trust funds
199548news270Commons committee calls for reshaping of EI to cover gig workers, self-employed
198732news271Biden to sign bill making Juneteenth a federal holiday
198730news272Virtual Supreme Court hearings to continue beyond pandemic, chief justice says
198716news273Feds deny B.C.’s Discovery Island fish farm application to restock
198714news274Second dose vaccinations accelerating throughout region: Interior Health
198709news275UPDATE: Kelowna man cuffed after carjacking in Vernon
198697news276Driver ticketed for speeding near B.C. school crashes into playground fence days later
198695news277Human rights groups say those in Canada’s immigration detention system treated poorly
198691news278Bill to implement UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples clears Senate
198689news279Tories to force House of Commons vote on motion to censure the defence minister
198687news280B.C. public health officials prepare to manage COVID-19 differently in the future
198685news281Camper the dog found safe after fleeing violent van attack in Victoria
198681news282Kelowna RCMP investigate death at ‘house from hell’
198651news283Online resource blends B.C.-Alberta’s Indigenous languages, art and culture
198639news284UPDATE: One person dead, two injured in Highway 1 collision near Chase
198598news285VIDEO: Chiefs join human rights case of Indigenous man handcuffed by police in B.C. bank
198586news286Man found dead at Kelowna orchard
198525news287Spread your wings and fly: Mural at Eagle River Secondary in Sicamous unveiled
198511news288New trial date set for Penticton beach attacker’s triple assault charges
198404news289Salmon Arm council holds minute of silence to honour victims of Ontario attack
198386news290B.C. ambulance changes could put Revelstoke residents at risk, warn local paramedics
198281news291The Wharf Sessions album pays tribute to Salmon Arm’s long-running concert series
199666business1Ashley Homestore opens doors in Salmon Arm
199646business2B.C. appoints expert panel on further old-growth forest preservation
199571business3B.C. COVID-19 recovery fund aids 60 Indigenous tourism projects
199498business4Penticton Airport’s summer schedule is ready for takeoff
199453business5B.C. hires UK economist to help ‘save capitalism from itself’
199427business6‘Like a pregnancy test:’ Rapid COVID-19 tests key tool to keep virus out of offices
199338business7Some used vehicles now cost more than original sticker price
199265business8B.C. home owner grant won’t be altered, despite expert advice
199175business9Despite the rough ride, e-scooter companies are bullish on Canada
199155business10Day for no-cost dental hygiene treatment coming up in Salmon Arm
198780business11B.C. government to allow home cannabis delivery starting July 15
198765business12B.C. premier roasted for office budget, taxing COVID-19 benefits
198737business13Federal report urges changes in Canada’s grocery store competition laws
199664sports1Montreal Canadiens beat Vegas 3-2 in OT to reach first Stanley Cup final since 1993
199620sports2Canadian basketball player may be forced to choose between infant daughter, 2020 Tokyo Olympics
199521sports3Montreal Canadiens could advance to Stanley Cup final on Quebec’s Fête nationale
199474sports4Moving into management next step in Sedin twins’ hockey development
199372sports5Habs a win away from Stanley Cup final after 4-1 victory over Vegas
199359sports6Coldstream hoops star helps Canada to playoff round at Olympic tune-up
199351sports7Former Vancouver Canuck stars Daniel and Henrik Sedin join club’s front office
199305sports8Single-game sports betting about to become legal in Canada
199207sports9Nassib becomes first active NFL player to come out as gay
199112sports10Tokyo Olympics to allow Japanese fans only, with strict limits
199091sports11Roy tallies OT winner as Vegas beats Montreal 2-1 to even NHL semifinal at 2-2
199044sports12PHOTOS: 15 and under baseballers step up to bat
199000sports13Canadian government grants border exemption for Olympic athlete bubbles
198992sports14Anderson nets OT winner, Price makes 43 saves as Habs edge Vegas 3-2 in Game 3 of NHL semifinal
198903sports15PODCAST: John Furlong lays out a ‘provincial’ B.C. plan to host the 2030 Winter Olympics
198879sports16B.C.’s Brind’Amour named NHL coach of the year
198784sports17Nadal, Osaka both out for Wimbledon; she’ll go to Olympics
198728sports18Japan eases virus emergency ahead of Olympics
198677sports19Habs hang on to edge Vegas 3-2, even NHL semifinal series at a game apiece
198661sports20Sicamous Eagles forward signs with University of Jamestown Jimmies
198679sports21VIDEO: 14-year-old Salmon Arm rodeo athlete Brook Kosick competes at provincial level
199383life6The Master and the art of Italian cuisine
198862life7Rain Dogs & Blind Dates
199675opinion1COLUMN: I didn’t win the Lotto Max jackpot
199592opinion2EDITORIAL: Lifting of COVID-19 travel restrictions welcomed
199517opinion3COVID proved that local news is a lifeline. We’re investing in its future
199309opinion4Kootnekoff: Access to justice and residential schools in Canada
199213opinion5EDITORIAL: Curtailing attempts at scams
199177opinion6Wild Sky Sisters: Cancer Season
199666home3Ashley Homestore opens doors in Salmon Arm
199668home4Morning Start: The word Wednesday is derived from the Germanic god Wodan
199662home5Dr. Bonnie Henry visits Interior Health, says thank you to frontline workers
199658home6B.C. sledders seek Sicamous’ support to protect trails next winter
199590home7Small ammonia leak in Sicamous arena ice chiller prompts emergency purchase, replacement
199550home8Province denies request for moratorium on logging above Shuswap homes
199577home9North Okanagan missing woman represented on Highway of Tears
199527home1022 electric vehicle chargers launching through FortisBC project
199515home11VIDEO: New Salmon Arm gift shop a tribute to loving husband
199508home12Morning Start: Laughter is mostly a social response, rather than a reaction to a joke
199504home13Dangerous heat wave warning issued for B.C. Interior
199502home14Public invited to comment on road maintenance in the South Shuswap
199500home15Mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic returning to Salmon Arm
199484home16North Okanagan boat safety checks underway
199458home17Floaters urged to stay off Shuswap River in Enderby
199464home18Get your bearings with bear spray at upcoming Shuswap workshop
199449home19District of Sicamous reopens council doors for public attendance
199437home20Salmon Arm woman dies in Enderby motorcycle crash
199431home21Police commend citizens who rushed to help at fatal collision near Chase
199413home22Snapshot: Keeping cool in Salmon Arm
199381home23Salmon Arm’s Acoustic Avenue welcomes return of live music with Scott Cook, Chicken-like Birds
199374home24Morning Start: The longest wedding veil spanned 63.5 football fields
199404home25‘Surprise’: Salmon Arm woman finishes 33K run for Armstrong amputee ahead of heat wave
199370home26Sicamous’ annual Canada Day fireworks display postponed
199367home27Organizers of Dancing with the Shuswap Stars preparing for 2021 comeback
199349home28Salmon Arm woman shares frightening experience, encourages others to take precautions
199291home29Decision on Salmon Arm high schools prompts criticism at CSRD board
199300home30Hundreds march with Splatsin in Enderby for #215
199219home31Canadian rock legend, activist Gord Downie inspires Sicamous mural
199276home32Yoga gone to the goats at North Okanagan ranch
199257home33Interior Health offers safety tips as temperatures soar
199233home34Morning Start: Cheetahs can’t roar
199209home35You’re invited to try a new Active Loop around Salmon Arm’s downtown
199188home36Salmon Arm RCMP respond to concerns about women being watched, followed
199173home37Salmon Arm RCMP arrest 2 Albertans suspected in alleged assault, unlawful confinement
199165home38Stop before you install that dock, buoy or swim platform in a Shuswap lake
199155home39Day for no-cost dental hygiene treatment coming up in Salmon Arm
199153home40Two Grade 9-12 high schools in Salmon Arm’s future
199135home41Heat wave forecast for Okanagan-Shuswap
199100home42Rust Valley Restorers’ work will lead drive for attainable housing in Salmon Arm
199108home43Indigenous Peoples Day must be a ‘call to action’, says Assembly of First Nations chief
199057home44Eye-catching van to spread word of what’s great about Salmon Arm
199060home45QUIZ: A celebration of dad on Father’s Day
199044home46PHOTOS: 15 and under baseballers step up to bat
199029home47Salmon Arm fair returns for 2021
199019home48Dog control bylaw passes in Shuswap area despite ‘threatening’ emails
198994home49Sicamous residents say lack of long-term rentals detrimental to town
198985home50‘Desperate’ need for workers at Okanagan cherry farms
198987home51Three Shuswap parents honoured for combined 34 years of volunteering
198983home52Salmon Arm woman runs to raise funds for friend’s new prosthetic leg
198932home53Over 5K jabbed at Interior Health mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinics
198892home54Interior Health COVID-19 cases falling slower than the rest of B.C.
198841home55Salmon Arm’s Roots & Blues branches out for second online festival
198853home56Morning Start: Pringles aren’t potato chips, according to the snack’s original owners
198831home57New sign honours the late Rob Flockhart at Sicamous and District Recreation Centre
198829home58North Okanagan-Shuswap School District hires new superintendent
198839home59Golf raffle helps Okanagan families score homes
198790home60City of Salmon Arm appoints acting chief administrative officer
198679home61VIDEO: 14-year-old Salmon Arm rodeo athlete Brook Kosick competes at provincial level
198714home62Second dose vaccinations accelerating throughout region: Interior Health
198661home63Sicamous Eagles forward signs with University of Jamestown Jimmies
198639home64UPDATE: One person dead, two injured in Highway 1 collision near Chase
198525home65Spread your wings and fly: Mural at Eagle River Secondary in Sicamous unveiled
198443home66Province takes note of young Shuswap musicians at June festival
198404home67Salmon Arm council holds minute of silence to honour victims of Ontario attack
198281home68The Wharf Sessions album pays tribute to Salmon Arm’s long-running concert series
199675home21COLUMN: I didn’t win the Lotto Max jackpot
199664home22Montreal Canadiens beat Vegas 3-2 in OT to reach first Stanley Cup final since 1993
199654home23‘They made us believe we didn’t have souls:’ Marieval residential school survivor
199648home24Kootenay-Columbia MP votes against banning LGBTQ2S+ conversion therapy
199646home25B.C. appoints expert panel on further old-growth forest preservation
199652home26Kelowna shatters a number of same-day high records this past week
199642home27B.C. Ferries now offering online booking for foot passengers
199638home28B.C. reports 75 new COVID-19 cases, 3 new deaths
199636home29Lifetime teaching ban for former B.C. teacher caught in Creep Catchers sting
199634home2109 months for B.C. man who terrorized women with sexually explicit phone calls
199660home211Cermaq takes legal action against DFO to challenge licence denials
199632home212Okanagan officers recognized for saving lives using Naloxone
199629home213Former manager of Penticton condo strata ordered to pay back $75k in mishandled funds
199623home214Feed the farm: Revelstoke food recovery program goes beyond people
199618home215Strict water restrictions for Princeton activated to preserve resources for firefighting
199616home216Rare waterfront Vernon home hits market for first time
199614home217Work begins on researching unmarked burials at Alberni residential school site
199607home218‘Snoot’ the survivor: Cleft palate puppy brought to SPCA just hours old
199656home219Fundraiser starts for Armstrong family who lost house in fire
199650home220Bottled water wanted in Vernon ahead of heat wave
199605home221UPDATE: Person trapped, air ambulance responding after semi slams into car on Highway 5
199603home222Wilson-Raybould calls out Crown-Indigenous Minister Bennett for sending her ‘racist’ text
199594home223Union concerned with ‘ethics controversy’ after Penticton editor elected to council
199588home224B.C. Police watchdog investigating Kelowna murder
199596home225New diabetes technology coverage saves Summerland man more than $5,000 a year
199592home226EDITORIAL: Lifting of COVID-19 travel restrictions welcomed
199580home227Kimberley officials urge caution as deer attacks on people, dogs at all-time high
199575home2282 deaths, 8 hospitalizations spark safety warning for B.C. parents over open windows, balconies
199573home229South Okanagan Tim Hortons owner stars in national ad campaign
199571home230B.C. COVID-19 recovery fund aids 60 Indigenous tourism projects
199568home231Crews respond to fire on West Bench Drive near Penticton
199565home232‘Reckless acts and omissions’ by Iran caused deadly Flight 752 crash: report
199563home233Don’t party too hard for St. Jean Baptiste Day, Interior Health warns
199561home234Kelowna-Lake Country MP votes against ban on conversion therapy over wording of legislation
199552home235Emily Carr canvas fetches $3 million at auction, some major works go unsold
199546home236BC Ferries adding sailings as it anticipates ‘busy summer season’
199544home237$83,000 raised for families of Kelowna grads killed in car crash
199542home238B.C. man sentenced to one year in jail for sexually assaulting passed-out girl
199539home239Surrey residents report calling 911 for ambulances that didn’t arrive
199535home240Victim’s mom tells Abbotsford school killer: ‘I hope that you never have another moment of peace’
199533home241Saints and Sinners Tour coming to Penticton this fall
199529home242Record-breakingly hot temperatures forecast for B.C. this weekend
199525home243Seventeen Canadians per day died from opioids in 2020: Public Health Agency of Canada
199523home244Lawyers debate jailhouse vote that may have won Yukon election
199519home245Black Press Media pens deal with Google Canada on News Showcase platform
199517home246COVID proved that local news is a lifeline. We’re investing in its future
199506home247Discovery of ‘hundreds of unmarked graves’ at former Saskatchewan residential school
199498home248Penticton Airport’s summer schedule is ready for takeoff
199494home249Penticton thief ditches vegan treats, opts for huge tub of ice cream instead
199492home250Spears makes it official: she too wants to #freebritney
199488home251UPDATE: Lucky British Columbian will share Tuesday’s $70 million Lotto Max jackpot
199486home252B.C. sees 87 more COVID-19 cases, none in Northern Health
199480home253Sisters of St. Ann agree to provide better access to residential school records
199476home254Park use in Canada soared during COVID, creating challenges for cities, survey finds
199472home255Vernon chamber calls on Victoria to ensure viability of Armstrong’s fair
199470home256Ear-resistible bunnies up for adoption at B.C.’s first bunny cafe
199468home257Improved fishway, lower flow raises salmon migration hopes at Big Bar rock slide
199461home258Clinton girl, 7, raises close to $2,000 in bannock sales for Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc
199455home259Vernon misses temperature record by one-tenth of a degree
199453home260B.C. hires UK economist to help ‘save capitalism from itself’
199451home261Woman awarded $15k after years of harassment at Okanagan software company
199444home262Penticton set to break 96-year-old heat record on Sunday
199441home263Column: Looking for shapes in the clouds as they drift by
199439home264Looking for a new city to call home? Here are B.C.’s top 5 most affordable urban centres
199435home265B.C. study probes if more time in the shade as a child prevents skin cancer in adulthood
199433home266Class action alleging RCMP abuse of Indigenous people in Northern Canada certified
199427home267‘Like a pregnancy test:’ Rapid COVID-19 tests key tool to keep virus out of offices
199429home268Police probe dark-coloured truck leaving scene of Penticton church fire
199425home269Boost to seniors benefit this summer and beyond could cost $10.7 billion
199419home270Residential school survivors honoured in Okanagan Legacy of Hope exhibit
199415home271Okanagan nature centre hosts original Allan Brooks art
199408home272Vernon woman reported missing
199410home273Vote for Okanagan singer to be next country music star
199402home274Baby Mooshu on the mend after being rescued near Tofino
199400home275Toddler falls from second-storey window, sparking safety reminder from Burnaby RCMP
199398home276Kelowna Fire Department contains balcony fire at apartment complex
199391home277Vancouver, Toronto stops included in Elton John’s Goodbye Yellow Brick Road tour
199385home278‘Life consuming’: Alberta Crown stays charges against parents in toddler’s death
199363home279More bypassing AstraZeneca for 2nd COVID-19 shot after NACI advice
199361home280Kelowna RCMP seize illicit drugs, guns, money in Lower Mission home
199359home281Coldstream hoops star helps Canada to playoff round at Olympic tune-up
199357home282UPDATE: ‘Out of control’ fire at Eleven Mile Creek near Hope up to 35 hectares
199365home283Okanagan wildfires spark artist’s exhibit
199355home284U.S. to review its dark history of Indigenous boarding schools
199351home285Former Vancouver Canuck stars Daniel and Henrik Sedin join club’s front office
199347home286Anti-racism rally in Nanaimo postponed due to threat of violence
199343home287Small fire sparks fear in Vernon homeowner
199341home288B.C. reaches 1 million people fully vaccinated, 56 new cases Tuesday
199345home289Safety of dogs in focus with rising heat, incident in Victoria
199334home2902 Vernon Mounties bear maced, assaulted
199332home291Alberta’s Wood Buffalo National Park nears endangered status
199330home292‘Who owns the land?’ Finding residential school graves predicted to be complicated
199328home293Snapshot: Shuswap resident celebrates 100th birthday
199320home294Vancouver Island First Nations flags to fly permanently at city hall
199312home295B.C.’s first dedicated plasma donor centre opens in Kelowna
199309home296Kootnekoff: Access to justice and residential schools in Canada
199307home297Study reassures parents, teachers that COVID-19 infrequently shared at school
199298home298Closed Canadian border leaves Point Roberts’ only grocery store on verge of closure
199305home299Single-game sports betting about to become legal in Canada
199293home2100PHOTOS: Eagle River Secondary graduates celebrate under the stars in Enderby
199287home2101Entrepreneurs craft up Vernon night market
199274home2102Man charged in Naramata double homicide appears in Penticton court
199267home2103Mom dies day after witnessing daughter’s hospital wedding in Abbotsford
199265home2104B.C. home owner grant won’t be altered, despite expert advice
199263home2105Black bear believed to have killed miniature donkey in Maple Ridge
199261home2106Penticton heads to court over homeless shelter as BC Housing audit begins
199259home2107BC Hydro assures customers it has ‘more than enough’ power to weather the heatwave
199255home2108Pilots say no reason to continue quarantines for vaccinated international travellers
199252home21096 United Way chapters merging around B.C.
199250home2110Political newcomer joins contest for B.C. Liberal leadership
199246home2111Virus cleaning pilot set for Unisus School in Summerland
199244home2112Single vehicle collision seriously injures West Kelowna man
199242home21132nd year of day passes required for entry into 5 provincial parks launches in B.C.
199240home2114Anglican bishop of the central Interior resigns over sexual misconduct allegations
199396home2115Shuswap history in pictures: Overlooking the “new” high school
199231home2116Tk’emlups preparing for archaeological work at B.C. residential school site where remains found
199225home2117Two-thirds of Canadians say governments shouldn’t lift all COVID-19 restrictions
199223home2118Killer rapist denied parole, Paul Bernardo, had plans to relocate to Kelowna
199221home2119One dead and extensive damage as tornado hits Mascouche, Que., north of Montreal
199217home2120B.C. student’s yearbook quote equates grad to end of slavery; principal cites editing error
199215home2121BC Liberal leadership candidate condemns ‘senseless violence’ of Okanagan church fires
199211home2122Teen B.C. mom who died following police custody recalled as ‘friend to many’
199207home2123Nassib becomes first active NFL player to come out as gay
199205home2124Former Kamloops security guard wants job back after kicking incident caught on video
199203home2125Kelowna marks National Indigenous Peoples’ Day with walk to remember Kamloops 215
199201home2126B.C.’s COVID-19 infections drop to 90 on Sunday, 45 Monday
199213home2127EDITORIAL: Curtailing attempts at scams
199199home2128UPDATE: Fire sparked during Vernon home renovation
199196home2129Pieces of Civic Arena reclaimed for new Vernon park
199194home2130Penticton band chief condemns suspicious burning of 2 Catholic churches
199192home2131A closer look: do Vancouver Island First Nations support the war in the woods?
199190home2132Vehicle incident closes Highway 3 east of Osoyoos
199185home2133Upcoming blood drive in honour of Fraser Valley toddler with rare blood condition
199183home2134Extended closures to Trans-Canada Highway announced east of Golden this fall
199179home2135Kelowna Cabs dispatchers set to go back to work
199177home2136Wild Sky Sisters: Cancer Season
199171home2137Horgan marks Indigenous Peoples Day by urging recognition of systemic racism
199169home2138Canadians encouraged to see mRNA shots as interchangeable as more 2nd doses open up
199167home2139Defence committee rises without report on Vance allegations
199163home2140Coquihalla to get upgrades to aging washrooms
199161home2141Motorcyclist critically injured in Westside Road collision
199159home2142Osoyoos chef ecstatic after bagging $1 million Lotto 6/49 win
199157home2143Peachland set to star in fantasy thriller film about N’xaxaitk’w — a.k.a. the Ogopogo
199149home2144Kelowna mom still waiting for answers after daughter and her fiance found dead
199141home2145UPDATE: Two churches on band land in South Okanagan burn to the ground
199139home2146UPDATE: Out-of-control fire burning above Peachland
199137home2147‘We are all one people’: Honouring residential school victims and survivors
199133home2148Activists work to ensure Trans Mountain won’t get insurance
199125home2149Healing ceremony held for hundreds at former northern B.C. residential school
199123home2150B.C. MLAs ponder 2022 ‘sunset’ of subsidy for political parties
199118home2151‘Forever War’ with fire has California battling forests instead
199115home2152Church burns on Penticton Indian Band land
199112home2153Tokyo Olympics to allow Japanese fans only, with strict limits
199103home2154Pierre family played role in Summerland’s history
199091home2155Roy tallies OT winner as Vegas beats Montreal 2-1 to even NHL semifinal at 2-2
199083home2156Blaze near Lytton spread across steep terrain, says BC Wildfire Service
199077home2157South Okanagan’s only midwifery to re-open this summer
199075home2158Canadian restaurateurs grapple with rising food costs, menu prices expected to rise
199072home2159Penticton man takes the plunge for the recovery house that helped save his life
199070home2160Fort St. John man arrested after allegedly inviting sexual touching from children
199064home2161At least 20% of eligible Canadians fully vaccinated, 75% with one dose: data
199042home2162Kelowna woman who fatally stabbed Eli Beauregard facing up to 1.5 years of jail time
199039home2163Abbotsford police, RCMP grieve 4-year-old service dog killed in line of duty
199037home2164B.C. drone sighting halts helicopters fighting 250 hectares of wildfire
199031home2165Updated tailings code after Mount Polley an improvement: B.C. mines auditor
199027home2166Man arrested, 3 police injured during 10-person brawl at Vancouver beach
199017home2167Search for lost fisherman near Victoria suspended, U.S. Coast Guard says
199055home2168Deer attack in southeastern B.C. leaves woman cut, battered and bruised
199015home2169Canadians who got AstraZeneca shot can now see ‘Springsteen on Broadway’
199011home2170Culling cutlines, not B.C. wolves, key to preserving caribou herds: researcher
199006home2171This year’s Vancouver Island MusicFest to virtually showcase beauty of Comox Valley
198996home2172No winning ticket sold for Friday’s $70 million Lotto Max jackpot
198992home2173Anderson nets OT winner, Price makes 43 saves as Habs edge Vegas 3-2 in Game 3 of NHL semifinal
198981home2174Downtown Kelowna’s Earls ordered closed after COVID-19 transmission
198976home2175UPDATE: Westside Road reopened following motorcycle crash near Vernon
198974home2176Penticton not holding Canada Day activities out of respect for Indigenous people
198968home2178Murder charge laid in relation to suspicious Kelowna death
198964home21792 charged, suspect at large in killings of B.C. brothers linked to gang activity: RCMP
198956home2180‘Honour our fathers’ with COVID-19 vaccine protection, B.C. urges
198954home2181Out-of-control wildfire near Lytton grows to 110 hectares Friday
198944home2182Donors who gave $1M to Central Okanagan grads want to send positive message
198940home2183Canada’s public health agency reports spike in confirmed cases of Delta variant
198942home2184Family cat still missing, days after fire destroys Armstrong home
198938home2185B.C. provides $22 million for Heiltsuk development on Central Coast
198936home2186Health Canada proposes ban on most vaping flavours it says appeal to youth
198934home2187Vase made by Seth Rogen sells for $12,000 at Vancouver auction
198926home2188VIDEO: Camper van explosion burns Vancouver Island gas station to the ground
198924home2189Probe called for after video appearing to show Montreal officer’s knee on Black youth’s neck
198917home2190No Springsteen for you: AstraZeneca not good enough to qualify for Broadway ticket
198915home2191Painting a rainbow: First Pride crosswalk installed in Revelstoke
198909home2192Surging web traffic crashes BC Ferries’ site again
198907home2193RDNO ends lengthy attempt to bring new boating regulations to Shuswap River
198903home2194PODCAST: John Furlong lays out a ‘provincial’ B.C. plan to host the 2030 Winter Olympics
198899home2195Plane crash lands into Grand Forks orchard, pilot injured
198897home2196Family homeless after fire rips through Chilliwack house
198895home2197BC Ferries newest vessel having mechanical issues in Mediterranean
198919home2198PHOTOS: 11 dogs rescued, home destroyed in large blaze in Okanagan
198888home2199Vernonites asked to share funniest Spanish translation stories
198877home2200Rollover near Vernon sends 2 to hospital
198872home22014 Nelson students arrested after messy grad prank closes school
198870home2202MPs’ study of systemic racism in policing concludes RCMP needs new model
198868home2203One million chickens euthanized during labour dispute at Quebec slaughterhouse
198866home2204Provincial leaders want more federal money for health care, plan to meet in fall
198864home2205Panel says Grassy Mountain coal mine in Alberta Rockies not in public interest
198848home2206Brian Mulroney and Greta Thunberg among 100 celebrities pushing to save B.C. old growth
198844home2207U.S. border restrictions to remain in place until at least July 21
198836home2208BC Wildfire on scene of small wildfire above Naramata
198833home2209Summerland students create virtual international cookbook
198823home2210Lake Country home destroyed in large blaze, 11 dogs rescued
198850home2211B.C. charity founder pledges to rebuild Nepalese school swept away by flash floods
198817home2212Kelowna Cabs reaches tentative agreement with dispatchers union
198815home2213Teachers’ union wants more COVID transmission data as B.C. prepares for back-to-school
198802home2214Man who redesigned downtown Revelstoke honoured with lifetime achievement award
198800home2215B.C. records 120 new COVID-19 cases, second vaccines accelerating
198798home2216South Okanagan sees only 5 new cases in last week
198796home2217Summerland’s Good Neighbour Bylaw to address unsightly properties
198794home2218Orange Heart Memorial campaign launches in Vernon on National Indigenous Peoples Day
198788home2219Heffley Creek-area peacock hops logging trucks in search of love
198786home22202 deaths from COVID-19 Delta variant in Alberta, 1 patient was fully immunized
198778home2221Festivals Kelowna cancels Canada Day celebrations for second year in a row
198769home2222Central Okanagan Grade 12 grads get $500 surprise
198782home2223BC Green leader Furstenau introduces old-growth logging petition
198765home2224B.C. premier roasted for office budget, taxing COVID-19 benefits
198761home2225Lady Dia selected as City of Kelowna’s artist in residence
198753home2226Ribfest returns to Penticton
198751home2227Elections BC approves petition application for referendum on Surrey policing transition
198749home2228One dead after fiery Okanagan Connector crash between two semis
198767home2229UBCO researchers look at solutions for bear habituation
198747home2230RCMP name 2015 homicide victim near Creston, investigation ongoing
198745home2231High-profile B.C. lawyer suspended over $44K in mismanaged client trust funds
198743home2232Friend running to raise funds for Armstrong woman’s new prosthetic leg
199548home2233Commons committee calls for reshaping of EI to cover gig workers, self-employed
198732home2234Biden to sign bill making Juneteenth a federal holiday
198720home2235Goggling double-dog motorcycle sidecar brings smiles to B.C. commuters
198716home2236Feds deny B.C.’s Discovery Island fish farm application to restock
198709home2237UPDATE: Kelowna man cuffed after carjacking in Vernon
198697home2238Driver ticketed for speeding near B.C. school crashes into playground fence days later
198687home2239B.C. public health officials prepare to manage COVID-19 differently in the future
198598home2240VIDEO: Chiefs join human rights case of Indigenous man handcuffed by police in B.C. bank
198685home2241Camper the dog found safe after fleeing violent van attack in Victoria
198681home2242Kelowna RCMP investigate death at ‘house from hell’
198677home2243Habs hang on to edge Vegas 3-2, even NHL semifinal series at a game apiece
198651home2244Online resource blends B.C.-Alberta’s Indigenous languages, art and culture
198586home2245Man found dead at Kelowna orchard
198511home2246New trial date set for Penticton beach attacker’s triple assault charges
198386home2247B.C. ambulance changes could put Revelstoke residents at risk, warn local paramedics
199552entertainment1Emily Carr canvas fetches $3 million at auction, some major works go unsold
199533entertainment2Saints and Sinners Tour coming to Penticton this fall
199492entertainment3Spears makes it official: she too wants to #freebritney
199415entertainment4Okanagan nature centre hosts original Allan Brooks art
199410entertainment5Vote for Okanagan singer to be next country music star
199391entertainment6Vancouver, Toronto stops included in Elton John’s Goodbye Yellow Brick Road tour
199381entertainment7Salmon Arm’s Acoustic Avenue welcomes return of live music with Scott Cook, Chicken-like Birds
199365entertainment8Okanagan wildfires spark artist’s exhibit
199367entertainment9Organizers of Dancing with the Shuswap Stars preparing for 2021 comeback
199287entertainment10Entrepreneurs craft up Vernon night market
199157entertainment11Peachland set to star in fantasy thriller film about N’xaxaitk’w — a.k.a. the Ogopogo
199120entertainment12Explaining court conservatorships as calls to #FreeBritney mount
199015entertainment13Canadians who got AstraZeneca shot can now see ‘Springsteen on Broadway’
199006entertainment14This year’s Vancouver Island MusicFest to virtually showcase beauty of Comox Valley
198934entertainment15Vase made by Seth Rogen sells for $12,000 at Vancouver auction
198917entertainment16No Springsteen for you: AstraZeneca not good enough to qualify for Broadway ticket
198841entertainment17Salmon Arm’s Roots & Blues branches out for second online festival
198753entertainment18Ribfest returns to Penticton
198443entertainment19Province takes note of young Shuswap musicians at June festival
199607trending-now1‘Snoot’ the survivor: Cleft palate puppy brought to SPCA just hours old
199586trending-now2120,000-year-old fossils in Israel link to human family tree
199439trending-now3Looking for a new city to call home? Here are B.C.’s top 5 most affordable urban centres
199402trending-now4Baby Mooshu on the mend after being rescued near Tofino
199353trending-now5Canada’s Best Summer Job comes with $20,000 payment for 40 days of camping
199276trending-now6Yoga gone to the goats at North Okanagan ranch
199060trending-now7QUIZ: A celebration of dad on Father’s Day
198913trending-now8VIDEO: Dolphin sunset captured from Vancouver Island shore
198759trending-now9Bear climbs fence, uses crosswalk in Kelowna
198720trending-now10Goggling double-dog motorcycle sidecar brings smiles to B.C. commuters
199623community1Feed the farm: Revelstoke food recovery program goes beyond people
199419community2Residential school survivors honoured in Okanagan Legacy of Hope exhibit
199413community3Snapshot: Keeping cool in Salmon Arm
199404community4‘Surprise’: Salmon Arm woman finishes 33K run for Armstrong amputee ahead of heat wave
199328community5Snapshot: Shuswap resident celebrates 100th birthday
199396community6Shuswap history in pictures: Overlooking the “new” high school
199196community7Pieces of Civic Arena reclaimed for new Vernon park
199185community8Upcoming blood drive in honour of Fraser Valley toddler with rare blood condition
199103community9Pierre family played role in Summerland’s history
199077community10South Okanagan’s only midwifery to re-open this summer
198983community11Salmon Arm woman runs to raise funds for friend’s new prosthetic leg
198888community12Vernonites asked to share funniest Spanish translation stories
198839community13Golf raffle helps Okanagan families score homes
198794community14Orange Heart Memorial campaign launches in Vernon on National Indigenous Peoples Day
198761community15Lady Dia selected as City of Kelowna’s artist in residence
198743community16Friend running to raise funds for Armstrong woman’s new prosthetic leg
199531video1BREAKING: 751 unmarked graves at Saskatchewan residential school: First Nation
199478video2VIDEO: O’Toole against cancelling Canada Day; ministers, NDP say it’s time for reflection
199447video3Forestry protesters try to disrupt loading of logs in Nanaimo harbour
199389video4VIDEO: Risk-assessment tool for fully vaccinated people coming soon, Tam promises
199318video5VIDEO: Trudeau demands truth from China about Uyghurs
123884sip-savour1Raise your glass: Award-winning spirits, handcrafted on Vancouver Island
156585travel1Discover Salmon Arm, BC
198903podcasts1PODCAST: John Furlong lays out a ‘provincial’ B.C. plan to host the 2030 Winter Olympics