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Living through a terrorist attack

A former Okanagan student was down the street from the Ariana Grande concert when the arena was attacked

Canal Flats discusses arena upgrades and advisory committees

Council seeks public input on OPC through advisory commission

Golf to give to the Columbia Valley Food Bank

Golf or give this month to the Invermere food bank

Invasive species in the Columbia Valley

East Kootenay Invasive Species Council holds forum and AGM

Fairmont mom gives birth to biggest baby on record at Cranbrook hospital

Baby Shawn more than 13 lb. at birth, coming two weeks before his due date.

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Final votes being counted in B.C.
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Maple Ridge homeless rally gets heated
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Money Monitor: What to be wary of when borrowing in retirement
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Black Press Extreme Career Fair was held May 11th at the Langley Events Centre
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Golf carts taking to Chase’s streets

The Village of Chase a guinea pig for a new provincial plan

Langford man pleads guilty in death of West Shore RCMP officer

Kenneth Jacob Fenton pleads guilty to two counts in the death of Const. Sarah Beckett in April 2016.

Top court to hear federal government’s appeal on residential school records

A lower court judge ruled to destroy the stories after 15 years unless consent is given to preserve

B.C. hospital system has been operating over capacity for five years

Statistics obtained by The News show system has been operating over 100% capacity since 2012

BCEHS reminds parents of window safety

Emergency officials release these tips to make windows safe through the summer

  • May 23rd, 2017

UPDATE: 22 killed at Ariana Grande concert

Witnesses reported hearing two loud bangs coming from near the arena’s bars at about 10:35 p.m.

Voter turnout hits 60 per cent in 2017 B.C. election

Over half of B.C. voters went to the polls on May 9

Medical wait times cost B.C. patients $2,300 each

New Fraser Institute report places B.C. at second worst in costs associated with long wait times

Final counts in B.C. election due in days

High stakes for BC Liberals, NDP, Greens as last ballots are tallied

Six people in B.C. infected with E. coli linked to flour

BC Centre for Disease Control is warning British Columbians to throw away bad flour

Paying tribute to a primeval passage

Uninterrupted celebrates the Adams River sockeye run in an extraordinary way.

Conservatives elect new leader

North Okanagan-Shuswap MP optimistic about party’s future

B.C. is using taxpayer money to outlast plaintiffs in health-care trial: critic

Private health advocates are trying to raise more money to continue the fight