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The future is in limbo for two rare homes designed by Ron Thom and Arthur Erickson, after both were recently listed for sale.
Juno-nominated band Rumba Clazada performs original and classic Latin music at the CBC Musical Nooners on Friday, July 20.
B.C.'s mammoth Site C hydroelectric project is seriously behind schedule, plagued by quality problems and marked by secrecy, according to an assessment by an international dam expert.
Students from the Pride Club and Aboriginal Youth Voice Club from Merritt Secondary School were invited to participate in the parade after their request for a rainbow crosswalk was turned down at city council.
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B.C. music executive Jonathan Simkin is speaking out after deactivating his Twitter account, following backlash to a tweet he posted that criticized the Juno Awards.
Park operators received an emergency alert at 11 p.m. about a 15-year-old girl who was suffering breathing problems and required a medical evacuation.
Mission RCMP say woman in her mid-40s died in a fatal motorcycle crash Wednesday.
Highway 97 is down to a single lane between Peachland and Summerland.
The City of Kamloops hopes park improvements in the city’s Aberdeen neighbourhood will not only make the area more pleasant but also educate residents about the city’s connection to nature.
Officers believe the suspect may live in the area and are cautioning residents to close their blinds at night and report any suspicious behaviour.
A New Zealand kayaker caught on video being chased down a B.C. river by a hungry grizzly bear is finally sharing his story.
Investigators say a minor hockey coach who was killed in a targeting shooting in July was the victim of mistaken identity.
The microbiomes that live in and on bodies reveal all sorts of health issues including whether a person is at a higher risk of becoming addicted to opioid painkillers, new research from the University of British Columbia shows.
The taxi-industry expert hired to develop B.C.’s approach to ride-hailing is scheduled to release his technical report on the issue Thursday morning.
RCMP divers have recovered the body of a missing 19-year-old swimmer in Buntzen Lake who was last seen Tuesday afternoon.
Police say a woman who was arrested in Innisfail, Alta., after keeping eight distressed dogs in a hotel room is former British Columbia resident Karin Adams, who was found guilty of animal cruelty in that province four years ago and banned from owning animals.
Ottawa's ownership of the Trans Mountain pipeline will be short lived, vows newly-appointed Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi.
RCMP say the accident happened Tuesday afternoon as the 57-year-old woman was hiking on the Ripple Rock Trail, 17 kilometres north of the city.
Wildfires in B.C. closed a major highway and forced the evacuation of several properties and the declaration of two local states of emergency on Wednesday.