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A Natural Resources Canada study that looked at the impact of climate change on forests found that B.C.'s fire season will be 50 days longer by 2040.
14 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette
It's not the first time he's tried, but Penticton realtor Marshall Neufeld has now has a shot at political after winning the Conservative nomination for South Okanagan West Kootenay.
Minister Bernard Valcourt stands with Penticton Indian Band Chief Jonathan Kruger, Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation John Rustad, MP Dan Albas, MLA Dan Ashton and Penticton Deputy Mayor Andrew Jacubeit to announce federal funding for the Satikw Crossing bridge in Penticton, BC.
Merritt Green Energy Limited Partnership announced Friday that it has closed on its financing for the Merritt Green Energy Project, a $235 million investment.
Organizers wanted to rally the community to show some sort of support for the project, which will become a hub of high-tech entrepreneurs and creative idea development in Kelowna.
Few people know better than Lori Daniels that the pillars of dark smoke rising over the forests of British Columbia this summer are going to increase in both frequency and intensity in the future.
An agreement has avoided a potential dispute about the size and alignment of the marina under construction by Manteo Resort.
Seventh-day Adventist Church North American Division President Dan Jackson offers prayer at the beginning of an annual church business session on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012.
The City of Kelowna reminds residents and visitors that parking on Abbott Street will be restricted starting Thursday, July 24 until Monday, July 28 for the Center of Gravity festival.
The mass murder who mercilessly wiped out a West Kelowna family more than 30 years ago will remain behind bars for at least the next two years.
Fans of the Mars water bomber watch as one releases its load of water over Burrard Inlet in Vancouver on January 17, 2008.
Further successful work on the Smith Creek wildfire in West Kelowna has allowed the last evacuee to return home, but approximately 1,100 residents in the area remain on Evacuation Alert.
The inaugural "Harmony of Nations" Music Festival set out to unite artists and audience members from First Nation, MA©tis, Canadian, and American communities in a creative, musical environment-and that's just what it did.
Early peaches are coming on now and for the most part the apple and pear crops look good.
Twitter user Jeff Schenderling took this photo of a car stuck on flooded River Road in Kamloops, next to the South Thompson River.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 06:10 pm
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