B.C. administrator punished for tying boys together at ankles

Principal had tethered students together like a ‘three-legged race’ to help them to get along

Province gives $500K to anti-gang program in Surrey

NDP follows through on promised funding to the Surrey Wraparound program that targets at-risk youth

U.S. Powerball jackpot hits $700M

The estimated jackpot for Wednesday night’s Powerball lottery game climbed to $700 million, making it the second-largest in U.S. history

Early-morning fire damages Trail home

Tuesday morning fire causes power outage

Fundraiser for Barcelona terror-attack B.C. victims’ family raises $12,000 so far

Canadian Ian Moore Wilson was killed in the Aug. 17 attack, which also injured his wife

Major changes coming to BC Ferries

Passengers no longer allowed to remain on lower vehicle deck and complete smoking ban in 2018.

Thousands gather with messages of love, resistance at anti-racism rally


    Abbotsford International Air Show Wrap-up


      Witness recounts ‘Deadpool 2’ crash which killed stunt driver


        Taking flight at the Abbotsford Airshow


          Thousands of U.S. salmon escape near B.C., company blames solar eclipse

          Atlantic salmon could be on way to B.C. water, operators blame unusual high tide for failed fish net

          B.C. optometrists receiving calls of eclipse-related eye pain

          Symptoms can take 24 to 48 hours to apppear

          NDP inherits $2.7 billion surplus, eyes spending

          B.C. debt up $591M, will continue to grow with construction

          Ex-Surrey mayor Dianne Watts top pick to lead BC Liberals: poll

          Watts beats MLA Sam Sullivan and former finance minister Mike de Jong

          Firefighters battle the biggest blaze in B.C. history

          BC Wildfire Service says 19 fires burn together to create B.C.’s biggest wildfire

          Ex-New Zealand man killed wife for money, Kelowna jury hears

          Peter Beckett is on trial for the 2010 murder near Revelstoke.

          Canadian Blood Services calling for donors

          25,000 appointments to be filled by Labour Day

          • Aug 22nd, 2017

          Chamber predicts food and beverage industry hit the hardest

          A minimum wage increase to $15 could have significant impact to small B.C. businesses

          Fire danger remains high

          The Southeast Fire Centre is reminding the public to remain vigilant in the back country

          RCMP arrest man for thefts in Trail area

          Man allegedly targeted unlocked vehicles

          RDCK faces Glade ferry construction controversy

          Glade residents are deeply split over plans to construct a ferry in their park

          B.C. man gets full eclipse experience in Oregon

          ‘The shadow comes and your hair stands up. It gets cooler and then the stars show up’

          Bear breaks into B.C. home, gets punched in the nose

          An overly aggressive black bear hits up Sunshine Coast home not once, but twice

          Death of B.C. man in Barcelona terror attack ‘leaves immense void’

          Ian Moore Wilson was with wife of 53 years when van plowed through crowd in Barcelona