The Prince Albert Raiders will be sitting pretty when the 22 Western Hockey League teams meet up for the 2023 prospects draft May 11.
The federal Liberals' latest budget announced new spending primarily on the clean economy and health care, but even with that relatively tight focus, the federal government is projected to continue running deficits over the next five years.
Penticton will play host this spring to fire prevention officers from around Western Canada for their first in-person conference since the pandemic began.
Patients in the Oliver area will have to go to Penticton if they need emergency care overnight.
The RCMP say five people have been arrested at two camps in the area where a disputed natural gas pipeline is under construction in northwestern British Columbia.
Clean electricity was one of the stars of Tuesday's federal budget, with almost $1 in every $8 of new spending the budget anticipates in the next five years targeting Canada's electricity dreams.
A Richmond-based fishing company should pay $2.95 million in fines related to the handling and discharge of ammonia in 2017, a Vancouver provincial court judge heard March 29.
A graphic and disturbing video of a man being stabbed to death in Vancouver was posted on social media this week, prompting concerns about how to remove the video.