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Top Stories for November 25, 2022

Outdoor enthusiast captures what appear to be wolves on camera

Outdoor enthusiast captures what appear to be wolves on camera

Kelowna 1:54 pm - 45,395 views

Okanagan Task Force founder Kane Blake says he had some unusual visitors overnight at his Lake Country home. Blake posted photos and video online of what looks...

3 cars lost to fire, several more sustained damage in downtown Vernon parkade

3 cars lost to fire, several more sustained damage in downtown Vernon parkade

Vernon 5:40 pm - 29,841 views

UPDATE 5:40 p.m. Vernon fire rescue crews have now cleared the scene of an early-afternoon vehicle fire at a downtown parkade that filled the surrounding area...

Kelowna city crews cleaning up sewage after pump failure at Water Street lift station

Kelowna city crews cleaning up sewage after pump failure at Water Street lift station

Kelowna 5:24 pm - 24,195 views

The City of Kelowna is asking residents to avoid Water Street and the Kelowna Wastewater Treatment Facility area while crews respond to a pump failure....

Strata groups pan province's plan to lift rental restrictions

Strata groups pan province's plan to lift rental restrictions

BC 4:00 am - 22,609 views

New legislation aimed at putting more affordable housing on the market by lifting strata bylaws is coming under fire. Bill 44 was introduced by Premier David...

Income tax lifts B.C.'s surplus to $5 billion over estimate

Income tax lifts B.C.'s surplus to $5 billion over estimate

BC 9:58 am - 22,247 views

Faster-than-expected economic recovery has pushed British Columbia’s operating surplus to $5 billion more than estimated in the last quarter. Finance...

20 cm of snow expected to fall on Coquihalla, Connector Saturday

20 cm of snow expected to fall on Coquihalla, Connector Saturday

Interior highways 12:35 pm - 21,285 views

Heavy snow is expected to fall on the local mountain highways this weekend. Environment Canada has issued a winter storm watch for the Coquihalla Highway,...

RCMP continue search for missing Ontario man, ask for public's help, again

RCMP continue search for missing Ontario man, ask for public's help, again

Kelowna 9:08 am - 19,756 views

Kelowna RCMP continue to search for 46-year-old Nabyl Dine. Dine was last seen on September 5, 2022 in Kelowna. He is described as 5’8, 175 pounds with...

No charges have been laid yet following last week's police raid in Kelowna

No charges have been laid yet following last week's police raid in Kelowna

Kelowna 4:00 am - 19,712 views

No charges have been laid yet, following a police raid at a Kelowna home last week. Kelowna RCMP officers and Emergency Response Team members surrounded a home...

Man jailed more than a year for 'opportunistic' grooming of teen girl

Man jailed more than a year for 'opportunistic' grooming of teen girl

Kamloops 4:00 am - 18,980 views

A Shuswap-area man who secretly delivered sex toys to a young relative he was attempting to lure — grooming described by a judge as...

Minor earthquake occurred off coast of Vancouver Island near Tofino

Minor earthquake occurred off coast of Vancouver Island near Tofino

Vancouver Island 9:20 pm - 18,011 views

An earthquake occurred off the coast of Vancouver Island on Friday evening. The 4.8-magnitude quake hit Vancouver Island at 7:50 p.m., at a depth of about 32...

Sylvester Stallone worries reality show will be embarrassing

Sylvester Stallone worries reality show will be embarrassing

Entertainment 11:27 am - 16,196 views

Sylvester Stallone worried his reality show would be embarrassing "every day" during filming. The 'Rocky' star has thrown open the doors of...

Fans coming out in droves to see hockey's next big superstar

Fans coming out in droves to see hockey's next big superstar

WHL 4:00 am - 15,967 views

Connor Bedard is used to constant attention and scrutiny. It's life in a fishbowl for a 17-year-old hockey phenom called "the future of hockey,"...

UBCO men's basketball team forced to cancel weekend games due to illness, injury

UBCO men's basketball team forced to cancel weekend games due to illness, injury

UBC Okanagan 10:48 am - 14,671 views

About two-thirds of the UBC Okanagan men's basketball team are out with illness or injury, forcing the team to cancel their two games this weekend. The Heat...

Shootings at Brazil schools leave 3 dead, 13 wounded

Shootings at Brazil schools leave 3 dead, 13 wounded

Aracruz 1:08 pm - 14,475 views

A former student armed with a semiautomatic pistol and wearing a bulletproof vest fatally shot three people and wounded 13 on Friday after barging into two...

Wayne Rooney makes shocking penis revelation in DC United team talk

Wayne Rooney makes shocking penis revelation in DC United team talk

Sports 11:25 am - 14,054 views

Wayne Rooney left his DC United players stunned by talking about his small penis. The 37-year-old football legend made a candid reference to the size of his...

Mission Hill Family Estate Winery ready to welcome guests to the 6th annual Okanagan Festival of Trees

Mission Hill Family Estate Winery ready to welcome guests to the 6th annual Okanagan Festival of Trees

West Kelowna 4:00 am - 14,018 views

One of the most spectacular holiday displays in the Central Okanagan lights up tonight at Mission Hill Family Estate Winery in West Kelowna. The winery is...

Kelowna's Tree of Hope light up live streamed on Castanet Friday night

Kelowna's Tree of Hope light up live streamed on Castanet Friday night

Kelowna 7:30 pm - 13,341 views

UPDATE: 7:30 p.m. Kelowna's 25th annual Tree of Hope not only lit up the holiday season but also raised money for charity. The tree shines with 25,000 LED...

'The greed here is interesting': Duped B.C. renter owed $24,000 from landlord

'The greed here is interesting': Duped B.C. renter owed $24,000 from landlord

Vancouver 12:21 pm - 12,885 views

Illegally evicted Burnaby resident Kahlil Ashanti says the Residential Tenancy Branch (RTB) has “no teeth” to enforce a key rental protection policy...

Russia rains missiles on recaptured Ukrainian city

Russia rains missiles on recaptured Ukrainian city

Ukraine 6:51 am - 12,580 views

Natalia Kristenko’s dead body lay covered in a blanket in the doorway of her apartment building for hours overnight. City workers were at first too...

'It is quite scary': B.C. mom says she's waited months for her child's major heart surgery in Vancouver

'It is quite scary': B.C. mom says she's waited months for her child's major heart surgery in Vancouver

Vancouver 2:39 pm - 12,217 views

A B.C. mother says her family's life has been uprooted while waiting for an important surgery in Vancouver for her young son. Jackson Armstrong, who turns...

Downtown winter market and light up coming to Kelowna

Downtown winter market and light up coming to Kelowna

Kelowna 7:00 pm - 11,966 views

The Winter Street Market and Light Up event is coming to Kelowna with the Downtown Kelowna Association kicking off the holiday season on Saturday, December 3....

Suspicious fire investigation leads to human remains; RCMP seeking at-large BC man who owns the Kingsgate home

Suspicious fire investigation leads to human remains; RCMP seeking at-large BC man who owns the Kingsgate home

Kingsgate 2:46 pm - 10,539 views

Police in British Columbia are seeking a man after human remains were found in his home following a suspicious fire in the community of Kingsgate. On Saturday,...

Alberta's famous 'wage premium' rapidly eroding, experts say

Alberta's famous 'wage premium' rapidly eroding, experts say

Business 10:00 am - 10,486 views

Experts say Alberta businesses are poised to face a reckoning on wages next year because the province has not kept up with the rest of the country when it comes...

Threat of violence was key factor in decision to invoke Emergencies Act: Trudeau

Threat of violence was key factor in decision to invoke Emergencies Act: Trudeau

Ottawa 9:56 am - 10,062 views

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau painted a picture of Canada teetering on the edge of violence as he defended his government's decision to invoke the...

Crown declines to charge Grand Forks cop who shot a suspected impaired driver in 2018 at an altercation

Crown declines to charge Grand Forks cop who shot a suspected impaired driver in 2018 at an altercation

Grand Forks 12:31 pm - 9,159 views

A Grand Forks RCMP officer will face no criminal charges for shooting and injuring a suspected impaired driver who rammed police vehicles with his truck in...

TSB investigating after Flair Airlines plane overshoots runway at Waterloo airport.

TSB investigating after Flair Airlines plane overshoots runway at Waterloo airport.

Ontario 7:30 am - 8,904 views

The Transportation Safety Board is investigating after a plane overshot the runway at an airport west of Toronto this morning. The agency says a Boeing 737...

North Vancouver man pleads guilty in drunk driving death

North Vancouver man pleads guilty in drunk driving death

North Vancouver 6:44 am - 8,492 views

A North Vancouver man has pleaded guilty to two charges in the 2021 impaired driving death and serious injury of a woman and her husband. Burnaby resident...

B.C. cannabis sales hit all-time high in September

B.C. cannabis sales hit all-time high in September

BC 3:46 pm - 8,438 views

British Columbians shelled out more money on legal cannabis in September than any previous month, Statistics Canada said this week. The $59,424,000 spent in...

Unsolved crime: Kelowna

Unsolved crime: Kelowna

Crime Stoppers 10:00 am - 8,199 views

You could have the missing piece of the puzzle that will help the RCMP put someone behind bars. Here are some recent crimes that Central Okanagan Crime Stoppers...

Crews find wreckage of fatal B.C. plane crash, TSB team deployed to the site

Crews find wreckage of fatal B.C. plane crash, TSB team deployed to the site

Port Hardy 10:44 am - 8,021 views

The wreckage of a Cessna float plane has been found in Strachan Bay on British Columbia's central coast two days after it crashed, killing all three aboard....

Thousands of people packed downtown Summerland for annual Christmas light up

Thousands of people packed downtown Summerland for annual Christmas light up

Summerland 8:33 pm - 7,982 views

It is Summerland’s biggest and brightest night of the year when thousands of people flood into the few streets of downtown for the Festival of Lights. The...

Calgary man who killed girlfriend and her toddler appeals conviction, sentence

Calgary man who killed girlfriend and her toddler appeals conviction, sentence

Calgary 3:44 pm - 7,893 views

A man who killed a woman and her young daughter before burying them in a shallow grave near Calgary is appealing his sentence and conviction on a charge of...

Woman who allegedly impersonated BC nurse may return to Vancouver for trial

Woman who allegedly impersonated BC nurse may return to Vancouver for trial

BC 6:34 am - 7,777 views

A woman accused of impersonating a nurse in Vancouver could soon be taking up prison residence in B.C. and has retained a Vancouver lawyer to fight fraud...

Federal government to extend EI sickness benefits from 15 to 26 weeks

Federal government to extend EI sickness benefits from 15 to 26 weeks

Canada 10:02 am - 7,720 views

Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough says the federal government is extending employment insurance sickness benefits to 26 weeks, up from 15 weeks. According to...

Annual gift certificate swap generated more than $450,000 in economic activity last year

Annual gift certificate swap generated more than $450,000 in economic activity last year

Kelowna 1:51 pm - 7,597 views

Trade-A-Thon is back for a 10th year. Okanagan businesses are invited to take part in the annual gift certificate swap, which allows them to market themselves,...

Inflation hovers over shoppers seeking deals on Black Friday

Inflation hovers over shoppers seeking deals on Black Friday

New York 12:13 pm - 7,549 views

Shoppers hunted for the best deals at stores and online as retailers offered new Black Friday discounts to entice consumers eager to start buying holiday gifts...

As Olympic officials urge B.C. to reconsider bid, MLAs raise questions about new tax tool

As Olympic officials urge B.C. to reconsider bid, MLAs raise questions about new tax tool

Vancouver 11:30 am - 7,250 views

One month after the province nixed plans for a potential 2030 Olympic bid, leaders from the Canadian Olympic and Paralympic committees are urging British...

Stuart Park ice rink set to open for the winter season on December 1

Stuart Park ice rink set to open for the winter season on December 1

Kelowna 5:00 am - 7,173 views

It’s a sure sign of the festive season in downtown Kelowna. The Stuart Park ice rink is set to open to the public at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, December 1....

Penticton's most dangerous intersections revealed in new ICBC data

Penticton's most dangerous intersections revealed in new ICBC data

Penticton 4:00 am - 7,086 views

Newly updated crash data from ICBC illuminates the City of Penticton's most dangerous intersections, and it will likely be no surprise to any local drivers...

Gang dispute believed to be behind double murder in Coquitlam, B.C.: police

Gang dispute believed to be behind double murder in Coquitlam, B.C.: police

Coquitlam 6:17 am - 6,970 views

Police in Metro Vancouver say they believe the shooting deaths of two people inside a vehicle is related to the region's ongoing gang conflict. The...

Show's over already for host Qatar's World Cup team

Show's over already for host Qatar's World Cup team

Qatar 10:42 am - 6,860 views

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — The show is over already for the Qatar team, which was eliminated Friday from the World Cup less than a week after it opened the tournament...

One dead, one injured after police shoot two men in Markham, Ont.; SIU investigating

One dead, one injured after police shoot two men in Markham, Ont.; SIU investigating

Markham 1:02 pm - 6,596 views

Ontario's police watchdog is investigating after plainclothes officers in unmarked vehicles shot two men suspected in a string of home invasions, killing...

After breakout season, Canada's James Crawford craves constant downhill contention

After breakout season, Canada's James Crawford craves constant downhill contention

Lake Louise 1:05 pm - 6,451 views

LAKE LOUISE, Alta. — James Crawford wants to put the tools he learned from his breakout ski racing season into constantly challenging for the podium.  The...

Harjit Sajjan tweets about raising Qatar human rights at World Cup after criticism

Harjit Sajjan tweets about raising Qatar human rights at World Cup after criticism

Qatar 1:01 pm - 6,117 views

International Development Minister Harjit Sajjan has tweeted about raising human rights concerns during his visit to Qatar for the World Cup after opposition...

NASA's Orion capsule enters far-flung orbit around moon

NASA's Orion capsule enters far-flung orbit around moon

Florida 3:15 pm - 6,041 views

NASA’s Orion capsule entered an orbit stretching tens of thousands of miles around the moon Friday, as it neared the halfway mark of its test flight. The...

Adidas investigates after ex-workers allege Kanye West misconduct

Adidas investigates after ex-workers allege Kanye West misconduct

Business 9:51 am - 5,980 views

Adidas says it is investigating allegations of inappropriate workplace conduct by the rapper formerly known as Kanye West that ex-employees made in an anonymous...

Tractor, combine supply to stay tight for two years: economist

Tractor, combine supply to stay tight for two years: economist

Moose Jaw 12:22 pm - 5,966 views

Farmers wanting to buy a new tractor or combine need deeper pockets and patience with delivery. “Overall demand for farm equipment is projected to remain...

Tk'emlups te Secwépemc seeking to host 2027 North American Indigenous Games

Tk'emlups te Secwépemc seeking to host 2027 North American Indigenous Games

Kamloops 11:30 am - 5,945 views

UPDATE: 11:30 a.m. Kamloops could host the 2027 North American Indigenous Games. Kúkpi7 (Chief) Rosanne Casimir of the Tk'emlups te Secwépemc...

Black Friday off to quiet start as deals spread over weeks, offers matched online

Black Friday off to quiet start as deals spread over weeks, offers matched online

Business 6:24 am - 5,885 views

Black Friday is off to a quiet start at some stores in Canada, with fewer pre-dawn lineups that once epitomized the spending event. Retailers have increasingly...

VPD responds to video of arrest showing use of bean bag rounds, police dog

VPD responds to video of arrest showing use of bean bag rounds, police dog

Vancouver 10:59 am - 5,858 views

A video of a dramatic takedown posted to Twitter has a grassroots advocacy group calling out the Vancouver Police Department. Around 2:15 p.m. Thursday (Nov....

Our neighbouring black hole

Our neighbouring black hole

Skywatching 4:00 am - 5,810 views

Black holes are rather menacing objects. Stars, planets, dust and any other material getting too close fall in. There is an intense flash of radiation and...

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau describes his choice to invoke the Emergencies Act

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau describes his choice to invoke the Emergencies Act

Ottawa 10:45 am - 5,490 views

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was the last witness to testify at the public inquiry into his Liberal government's decision to invoke the Emergencies Act to...

Beachcomber Hot Tubs provides great meeting places for everyone, including families

Beachcomber Hot Tubs provides great meeting places for everyone, including families

Sponsored Content 12:01 pm - 5,423 views

Ashley didn’t think much of it. Her daughter was starting to act a little more disconnected. She was struggling with making new friends at Okanagan...

Vernon Salvation Army sees 30-40% increase in food bank demand

Vernon Salvation Army sees 30-40% increase in food bank demand

Vernon 10:15 am - 5,396 views

Vernon's Salvation Army Food Bank is getting hit with a double whammy this year. Like everyone else, the charitable agency is dealing with sticker shock as...

TRU signs deals with four Kenyan counties, opening door for more African students

TRU signs deals with four Kenyan counties, opening door for more African students

Kamloops 6:00 pm - 5,126 views

Thompson Rivers University says it hopes to attract more students from Africa after inking an agreement with four Kenyan counties. The memorandums of...

Stolen Coquitlam truck in B.C. highway chase not linked to recent crime spree

Stolen Coquitlam truck in B.C. highway chase not linked to recent crime spree

Coquitlam 3:18 pm - 5,123 views

Three suspects were arrested on Highway 5 between Merritt and Hope Thursday (Nov. 24) after RCMP received a report they allegedly stole a truck and were...

Federal health minister says 1M units of imported kids' pain meds are starting to hit pharmacy shelves

Federal health minister says 1M units of imported kids' pain meds are starting to hit pharmacy shelves

Canada 7:34 am - 5,075 views

Federal Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos says the previously announced one million units of imported kids' pain relievers are starting to arrive on pharmacy...

Transparency needed in fight to end homelessness

In Your Service 11:00 am - 4,977 views

Any resident in Kelowna-Lake Country is all too familiar with the increasing scale of chronic homelessness in our community and our country. The source of...

Canada through to Davis Cup semifinals with 2-1 win over Germany

Canada through to Davis Cup semifinals with 2-1 win over Germany

Davis Cup 3:41 pm - 4,954 views

MÁLAGA, Spain — Denis Shapovalov overcame a loss in the opening singles match and teamed with Vasek Pospisil in a deciding doubles victory as Canada advanced...

Annual ALERT fundraiser bake sale returns to Penticton

Annual ALERT fundraiser bake sale returns to Penticton

Penticton 7:00 pm - 4,924 views

When residents are evacuated from their properties in the Okanagan due to wildfires or floods, members of the Animal Lifeline Emergency Response Team (ALERT)...

Colton Dach scored the winner as the Rockets doubled Everett 4-2

Colton Dach scored the winner as the Rockets doubled Everett 4-2

WHL 9:50 pm - 4,854 views

The Kelowna Rockets are heading home with a split of their two-game road trip south of the border. Colton Dach snapped a 2-2 tie late in the second period...

UBCO nursing students helping HOPE Vernon keep people on the streets warm

UBCO nursing students helping HOPE Vernon keep people on the streets warm

Vernon 5:00 pm - 4,798 views

UBC Okanagan School of Nursing students are helping the local street community. The students are teaming up with HOPE Vernon to host a winter clothing drive...

Salmon Arm councillor Kevin Flynn acclaimed as CSRD board chair

Salmon Arm councillor Kevin Flynn acclaimed as CSRD board chair

Columbia-Shuswap 6:00 pm - 4,434 views

Kevin Flynn will continue to lead the Columbia Shuswap Regional District. The CSRD director and Salmon Arm city councillor will act as board chairperson...

Thousands raised for Dawson Creek bear attack survivors

Thousands raised for Dawson Creek bear attack survivors

Dawson Creek 9:18 am - 4,343 views

A fundraising dinner with a large silent auction brought more than $60,000 for bear attack victims Analyn Shurtliff and friend Leosette Canoy. “Thank you...

Illegal fence-cutting plagues Penticton Indian Band efforts to control free-roaming horses

Illegal fence-cutting plagues Penticton Indian Band efforts to control free-roaming horses

Penticton 1:58 pm - 4,337 views

The Penticton Indian Band is still dealing with issues of deliberately cut fences in areas designated for control of free-roaming horses, nearly a year after...

Emergencies Act commission hears final arguments as public hearings conclude

Emergencies Act commission hears final arguments as public hearings conclude

Ottawa 2:58 pm - 4,240 views

The public inquiry probing the Liberal government's decision to invoke the Emergencies Act in response to last winter's weeks-long "Freedom...

Judge dismisses anti-COVID-19-vaxxers' court action

Judge dismisses anti-COVID-19-vaxxers' court action

Quesnel 9:41 am - 4,163 views

A B.C. Supreme Court Justice has dismissed a civil action brought against the City of Quesnel and the provincial government by a group of former municipal...

Penticton-based RV tourism company wins best small business award at Tourism Canada Awards

Penticton-based RV tourism company wins best small business award at Tourism Canada Awards

Penticton 10:38 am - 3,850 views

A Penticton-based travel business has been named the Small or Medium-Sized Business of the Year at the Tourism Industry Association of Canada's annual...

Children's Christmas Gift House returns to Vernon's People Place

Children's Christmas Gift House returns to Vernon's People Place

Vernon 4:00 am - 3,805 views

The Grinch's heart couldn't help but grow three sizes for a heartwarming Christmas event coming up at Vernon's People Place. The Children's...

Carol Todd worries Dutch man who harassed daughter Amanda may not serve sentence

Carol Todd worries Dutch man who harassed daughter Amanda may not serve sentence

Port Coquitlam 6:12 am - 3,741 views

Carol Todd is worried the Dutch man convicted of harassing and extorting her teenage daughter, Amanda, who later died by suicide, may not serve any of the...

Prince George take over 2nd place in Interior Conference with victory over Warriors

Prince George take over 2nd place in Interior Conference with victory over Warriors

BCHL 9:30 pm - 3,405 views

The West Kelowna Warriors losing streak has reached a season-high four games. The Prince George Spruce Kings Friday scored late in the second and early in the...

Seasonal slowdown bring a more balanced real estate market for the South Okanagan

Seasonal slowdown bring a more balanced real estate market for the South Okanagan

South Okanagan 4:00 am - 3,345 views

A shift from the buying frenzy earlier this year coupled with the winter seasonal slowdown has helped balance out the real estate market in the South Okanagan....

B.C. businessman David Sidoo has SEC fraud proceedings stayed

B.C. businessman David Sidoo has SEC fraud proceedings stayed

BC 9:13 am - 3,343 views

A U.S. federal judge has stayed securities fraud proceedings against David Sidoo, a Vancouver businessman and former BC Lion. Sidoo had been scheduled to...

High food prices could have negative long-term health effects on Canadians

High food prices could have negative long-term health effects on Canadians

Canada 9:55 am - 3,218 views

Recent high food price inflation has plagued many Canadian families, especially those on tight budgets. Statistics Canada reported in October that in-store food...

Saanich police cleared in death of man who accidentally shot himself with crossbow

Saanich police cleared in death of man who accidentally shot himself with crossbow

Saanich 6:38 am - 3,095 views

Saanich police acted lawfully during an incident in which a man died from a crossbow wound after officers responded at the request of a landlord serving an...

New Broadway Subway line opening in Vancouver delayed to 2026

New Broadway Subway line opening in Vancouver delayed to 2026

Vancouver 9:46 am - 2,902 views

The tunnel-boring machines being used to build Vancouver's Broadway Subway project are affectionately named Elise and Phyllis. The first of the...

Hastings Park neighbours angry with outdoor concert noise give PNE officials an earful

Hastings Park neighbours angry with outdoor concert noise give PNE officials an earful

Vancouver 9:37 am - 2,846 views

Pacific National Exhibition officials got an earful Tuesday night from Hastings Park neighbours, two months after a weekend hip-hop festival ended in a riot. ...

Vernon and District Family History Society open house offers look into the past

Vernon and District Family History Society open house offers look into the past

Vernon 4:00 am - 2,505 views

The Vernon and District Family History Society is 40 years old, and to celebrate they are inviting the public to an open house where they can find out more...

Peanut Pool replacement still on schedule for 2023 opening, but clay soil a challenge

Peanut Pool replacement still on schedule for 2023 opening, but clay soil a challenge

Vernon 12:24 pm - 2,472 views

East Hill's notorious clay soils have "presented some challenges" with construction of the new Lakeview Park wading pool in Vernon. A report to...

Vernon council to adopt bylaw borrowing funds for new Active Living Centre

Vernon council to adopt bylaw borrowing funds for new Active Living Centre

Vernon 12:11 pm - 2,466 views

Vernon councillors are expected to formally adopt a bylaw on Monday that will authorize the borrowing of funds to build a new Active Living Centre. The new...

B.C. long-term care homes face 'dangerous gap' in services, claims group

B.C. long-term care homes face 'dangerous gap' in services, claims group

BC 9:34 am - 2,372 views

A group representing speech-language pathologists and audiologists in B.C. is calling on the province to step in as people in long-term care homes face “a...

Summerland businesses team up to raise funds for Toys & Toonies for Tots & Teens

Summerland businesses team up to raise funds for Toys & Toonies for Tots & Teens

Summerland 4:50 pm - 2,209 views

It's that time of year to join together to help raise funds for those in need, and two Summerland businesses are stepping up. Back Door Winery and...

TRU men's soccer team invited to council meeting after winning national title

TRU men's soccer team invited to council meeting after winning national title

Kamloops 4:00 am - 2,152 views

Kamloops city council will be inviting the Thompson Rivers University men’s soccer team to a future meeting, congratulating the team for winning the...

Victorian Christmas runs three weekends in December at O'Keefe Ranch

Victorian Christmas runs three weekends in December at O'Keefe Ranch

Vernon 10:30 am - 2,091 views

Victorian Christmas is fast returning at Historic O’Keefe Ranch. The ranch will be open the first three weekends in December for celebrations the...

Kamloops was unable to complete a comeback, falling 3-2 to Moose Jaw Friday

Kamloops was unable to complete a comeback, falling 3-2 to Moose Jaw Friday

WHL 10:15 pm - 1,852 views

The Kamloops Blazers did everything but find the game tying goal Friday night. Trailing the visiting Moose Jaw Warriors 3-0 after 40 minutes, the Blazers crept...

Annual food drive run by Penticton high school students brings in over 11,000 non-perishable food donations

Annual food drive run by Penticton high school students brings in over 11,000 non-perishable food donations

Penticton 11:57 am - 1,769 views

Penticton's 10,000 Tonight campaign was success Thursday, reaching and surpassing their goal. The annual food drive aims to gather 10,000 non-perishable...

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