Meningococcal disease outbreak declared in Okanagan

Five cases in last six months among 15-to-19 year-olds, including one in Vernon

  • Dec 14th, 2017

Province rejects Ajax mine in Kamloops

KGHM Ajax had proposed a 1,700-hectare open-pit copper and gold mine, just southwest of Kamloops

Border officers rally at B.C.’s Peace Arch

CBSA employees tire of ‘lack of respect’

  • Dec 14th, 2017

FCC votes along party lines to end ‘net neutrality’

Move rolls back restrictions that keep big providers from blocking services they don’t like

Family of Vancouver Island RCMP officer killed by drunk driver sues

Lawsuit seeks financial compensation from Kenneth Jacob Fenton

SPCA seizes 74 animals from Barriere property

Constables removed sheep, piglets, chickens and more

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Underfunding for TRU
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      Union holding meeting for Tolko mill workers

        Penticton addiction recovery centre plan halted by neighbours

        Recovery centre operator said neighbours bought property ‘in haste’

        No charges against BC RCMP officer for in-custody death

        Conclusion of investigation into the actions of the officer from Valentine’s Day 2015.

        Victoria gets approval for supervised consumption site

        It is scheduled to open in the spring/summer of 2018 and will be the first permanent facility on Vancouver Island

        • Dec 14th, 2017

        Home services, rental rates top concerns: B.C. seniors’ watchdog

        Premier John Horgan pledges action on rental housing in 2018

        ‘Game-changing’ B.C.-born technology tests brain vital signs

        B.C. neuroscientist describes the tech as ‘the world’s first objective physiological yard stick for brain function’

        5-year anniversary of Sandy Hook shooting

        When just saying ‘I’m from Newtown’ can be a cross to bear

        Bountiful polygamist believed he couldn’t be prosecuted: lawyer

        Winston Blackmore’s lawyer says Blackmore did not believe he could be prosecuted

        Woman charged after altercation injured baby in Toronto

        Charges have been laid after a four-month-old baby girl was critically injured in Toronto

        Anderson extends invitation to Liberal voters

        Interim B.C. Conservative party leader invites “disenfranchised Liberal voters” to join his party

        • Dec 14th, 2017

        Trudeau’s office confirms staffer being probed over allegations

        PMO confirms staffer being probed over allegations of reported “inappropriate behaviour.”

        Police kill gunman north of Toronto

        Police shot and killed a gunman during a hostage situation at a bank north of Toronto

        #MeToo at work: B.C. women share horrifyingly common sexual assaults

        It happens to more people than you might think and impacts women inside and outside of the workplace

        Putin accuses US agencies of manipulating doping testimony

        Putin said the former Moscow anti-doping laboratory director is “under the control” of the American agencies

        Plane crashes in Saskatchewan injuring 25

        Investigators to probe Saskatchewan plane crash that injured several passengers