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At least a thousand people angered by drastic service cuts to Canada Post have signed a Canadian Union of Postal Workers' petition bound for Ottawa by the middle of the month.
He'd just picked up a new car - well, as good as new with only 21,000 kilometres on it - and was driving the 2009 Subaru Forester home to Kamloops.
The future of Stuart Wood elementary school is in question as far as it continuing as a place of formal education.
Newly arrived Syrian refugees make their way after crossing into Ruweishid, Jordan, on Thursday.
Today is Sensible B.C.'s deadline to hand in its petition to force a vote on decriminalizing marijuana in B.C. If they don't bother sending it in, don't blame it on the organizers being too buzzed and forgetting - it's just that there would be no point.
A hydro rate increase and other offloaded costs could see schools close in the Kamloops-Thompson School District and students pay to ride the bus, a school trustee said Thursday.
The Tim Hortons Brier is less than three months away and four Prince George rinks would love to be sipping coffee as part of Team B.C. when Kamloops hosts the men's national championship March 1-6, 2014.
An incident described by RCMP as a case of serious animal cruelty has left a B.C. family wondering why someone would shoot their two dogs and leave them to die in the woods near Knouff Lake, north of Kamloops.
Convinced there is rampant crystal methamphetamine abuse in the city, Kamloops Daybreak Rotary Club plans to establish a community task force after holding a public forum on Monday.
The heyday of the bumper sticker - "Honk if you're horny" or "Mother of an honour student" - peaked two or three decades ago.
I saw your comment while reading your business article on Castanet regarding Harvey's Hamburgers being the "Best Tasting Hamburgers".
And they were running rampant Wednesday after a note arrived from Shirley-Ann Scott, whose donation to The Daily News Christmas Cheer Fund included the names Jake and Charlie.
Uncertainty about the future of bargaining in public education is expected to be the off-the-docket topic of discussion at a weekend school trustee academy.
Vancouver city hall internal emails reveal that after The Province compared the size of Vancouver's communications department to those of other B.C. cities including Surrey, a staffer angrily questioned why The Province didn't compare Vancouver to "real cities."