2 hrs ago
Brothers - scoop' award
Two brothers from Richmond were among ten groups and individuals recognized for their efforts in raising awareness and donations for ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.
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6 hrs ago
Retired fire truck heading to Nicaragua
Burnaby firefighter Erik Vogel says he is proud the City of Burnaby and the Burnaby Fire Department agreed to donate an old fire truck to Nicaragua.
10 hrs ago
B.C. man convicted in 1999 murder must wait longer to be sentenced
A lunar eclipse took place Tuesday. The entire event was to be visible from North and South America, but sky watchers in northern and eastern Europe, eastern Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia were out of luck, according to US space agency NASA.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
4 homes evacuated near Lillooet due to Bridge River fire
The Bridge River canyon. Nearly two dozen firefighters have been sent to the area near Lillooet to battle a 20 hectare wildfire.
4 homes evacuated near Lilooet due to Bridge River fire
The Bridge River canyon. Nearly two dozen firefighters have been sent to the area near Lilooet to battle a 20 hectare wildfire.
The Daily Courier
New leader to build on Okanagan strength
The new leader of the BC Conservatives believes the party's popularity in the Okanagan will serve as a springboard for its rise to respectability province-wide.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
WestJet Encore pleased with support for Brandon flights
Brandon Sun Passengers disembark from a WestJet flight from Calgary two weeks from after the first flight landed in Brandon in September 2013.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Journal of Commerce
Carbon tax may give unfair advantage to foreign cement
The Cement Association of Canada is disappointed that the B.C. government has failed to address industry concerns about whether the provincial carbon tax is giving foreign cement producers the upper hand.
The Chilliwack Progress
Controversial Trinity Western law school wins approval
Law Society of B.C. directors voted 20-6 today to recognize Trinity Western University's planned faith-based law school.
B.C. pedophile who could be locked up indefinitely says he grew breasts on meds
A convicted pedophile who could be locked up indefinitely says the drugs he took to control his sexual impulses a decade ago caused him to grow breasts.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Vaughn Palmer: NDP makes persuasive case that clawback of child...
"End the clawback of child support payments, and give B.C.'s poorest kids their money back," urges New Democratic Party MLA Michelle Mungall.
Prince George Citizen
B.C. teacher suspended for shoving student after parking-lot incident
A high school teacher who pleaded guilty to assault after shoving a student has been suspended for a second time.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Lively City: Spoken Ink, symphony concert and more
Renee Saklikar is reading at a special event at the McGill library branch on Tuesday, April 22. Photograph by: File photo, The Record Bertha Washington Walker will be on hand for the reading evening on Tuesday, April 15 to present from her new memoir Love at First Sight: A 1950s Interracial Story.
Human remains found
Kamloops RCMP Cpl. Cheryl Bush says they've called in the Special Investigative Unit and the coroner to deal with remains found Tuesday in Kamloops.
B.C. man confesses to sexually touching stepdaughter 18 years ago
DeadMau5, Nine Inch Nails and Snoop Dogg are just some of the big stars who will be playing for thousands of party people at this year's resurrected Pemberton Music Festival.
Rokstad makes bid to cover B.C.'s north
Coquitlam-based transmission-line builder Rokstad Power Corp. is making a play for a bigger presence in British Columbia's north by acquiring Plowe Power Systems Ltd. with its bases of operation in Prince George and Kamloops, the companies said Tuesday.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Edmonton's Death Toll Rising Post New Guitar Playthrough 'Slaughter...
Website: http://www.deathtollrising.net Music: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOGcrEV19l8 With their Western Canadian tour dates with Katakylsm and Aborted during the 'Kill The Elite Tour' inching near, Edmonton, AB's Death Toll Rising has posted a new guitar playthrough for their track 'Slaughter To Survive' from their latest album 'Infection ... (more)
Kamloops pedophile's apartment filled with toys: police and probation officer
If there was any doubt that Prince George of Cambridge would be the star of the Royal family's tour of Australia and New Zealand, it was removed the moment the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stepped off the plane in  The B.C. government plans to issue a formal apology to Chinese Canadians for discriminatory legislation enacted in the province ... (more)
Tower Resources announces 2014 Rabbit North diamond drilling and exploration program
VANCOUVER, B.C. / ACCESSWIRE / April 8 2014 / Tower Resources Ltd., announces details for its 2014 field program at the Rabbit North copper and gold property in the active Kamloops Mining District of south-central British Columbia.