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B.C.-wide blitz over Victoria Day long weekend aims to catch speeding drivers

ICBC says speed is the number one cause of car crash fatalities

Puppy returned to Burnaby couple after being found in Osoyoos

A dog stolen from Burnaby was found thanks to an alert business operator and Osoyoos RCMP

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Structure fire destroys Surrey tire shop, closes section of Fraser Highway
Kelowna RCMP interrogation video should shock Canadians: Sinclair
Three in serious condition after single-vehicle accident leaves Jeep totalled
Trudeau: We stayed strong in getting tariff lifted

New ferry to B.C.’s central coast sets sail, a year late and $20M over budget

Northern Sea Wolf will cost $76 million when it hits the waters in June

For the Record

Correction: $62,000 raised for Poplar Ridge Pavilion residents

  • May 15, 2019

Kootenay Columbia adopts $48-million school budget

Kootenay Columbia trustees adopted the 2019/2020 budget on May 2

Busy weekend for Silver City law enforcement

Police were called for medical assistance, noise complaints, and traffic violations

Trail property tax bills on the way

Trail council adopted the tax rates and financial plan bylaws this week

Liberals push Tories to show climate-policy hand with climate-change motion

Both parties are pushing motions this week to declare climate change a national emergency

Major infrastructure work underway in Trail neighbourhood

The job includes installation of new sewer and water lines

  • May 15, 2019

$2-million donation to support youth transition care at St. Paul’s Hospital

The Scotiabank Youth Transition Program will expand existing programs

Fatal London terror attack inquest hears from B.C. woman’s fiancé

Chrissy Archibald was the sole Canadian victim of the London Bridge terror attack.

London terror attack inquest hears from Castlegar woman’s fiancé

Chrissy Archibald was the sole Canadian victim of the London Bridge terror attack.

B.C. information minister accused of secret MLA office dealings

Jinny Sims on defensive in legislature as letters released

Wildfire in South Okanagan grows to 250 hectares

Richter Creek wildfire, west of Osoyoos, was discovered on Monday

B.C. woman gets refund for Cuba trip, but goes anyway and now has to pay

Civil tribunal rules woman must pay TripLink $3,677 for the vacation she went on

Too tired to live: A B.C. woman’s struggle with chronic fatigue syndrome

Tashia Weeks wants to get the word out about the disease

Repeated gas leaks at Castlegar Primary raise concerns

School district insists students and staff not at risk, despite a dozen incidents in three months

WhatsApp discovers spyware that infected with a call alone

The malware was able to penetrate phones through missed calls alone via the app’s voice calling function