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Dr. Juanita Crook, a Kelowna oncologist, has seen 100 per cent success using brachytherapy to treat breast cancer in some patients.
An up-close look as some belugas greet whale watchers off the coast of Churchill, Manitoba
A new study from UBC says the increased rural highway speed limits in British Columbia led to more deaths on our roads.
A family finally has closure after a plane missing since 1987 was discovered in the Clearwater B.C.
Watch bears in Alaska’s Katmai National Park catch their dinner live.
A total of 18 new full-time paramedics will be hired for Kamloops and three are being hired for Chase.
Leader Jagmeet Singh has stood firm in his decision to block Weir from returning to caucus or running in the 2019 election.
Forecasters warn that the widening storm — and its likelihood of lingering around the coast day after day — will bring seawater surging onto land and torrential downpours.
The wildfire service says it is evaluating which bans are still necessary and expects to release more details soon.
The BC Cancer Foundation says a critical tool in cancer diagnosis will be built in Kelowna.
Emergency responders were sent out to rescue a climber in Penticton
The Ministry of Education is working with Emergency Management BC to ensure kids are safe tomorrow
The BC SPCA has asked for the Vancouver Police Department’s help with the investigation.
The province has officially extended the state of emergency until Sept. 12, 2018.
Police said in a statement quoted in the judgment that the highly intoxicated woman was taken to the cells for her safety.
Mother and child’s home invaded by a knife-wielding woman
Osoyoos RCMP are currently looking for the woman they have identifies from security footage.
While today is set to be the hottest day this week, yesterday’s scorching temperatures broke several records.
On Sunday, Saudi Arabia suspended diplomatic ties with Canada and expelled the Canadian ambassador.
More wildfires have started in 2018 than 2017, but those fires have burned far less hectares.