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Top Stories for April 2, 2024

Pomeranian killed, woman bitten in Lake Country ‘dog fight’

Pomeranian killed, woman bitten in Lake Country ‘dog fight’

Lake Country 12:29 pm - 32,555 views

Two bull terriers have been seized by bylaw officers after a smaller dog was mauled to death. The Lake Country RCMP says officers were called to break up a dog...

Residents with disabilities scramble after being evicted from Kelowna apartment due to UBCO construction

Residents with disabilities scramble after being evicted from Kelowna apartment due to UBCO construction

Kelowna 12:00 pm - 30,676 views

Residents at the Hadgraft Wilson Place subsidized apartment complex on Bertram Street have until the end of Tuesday to pack up their belongings and evacuate the...

Two men hurt in Kelowna road rage incident

Two men hurt in Kelowna road rage incident

Kelowna 12:21 pm - 29,251 views

It wasn't a very Good Friday for a couple of motorists travelling on Highway 33 in Kelowna. RCMP are now investigating after they received a report of a...

Boy, 11, killed by large dogs while visiting Edmonton home

Boy, 11, killed by large dogs while visiting Edmonton home

Edmonton 1:11 pm - 27,447 views

Police say an 11-year-old boy has died after he was attacked by two large dogs in an Edmonton home. Officers responded to the attack at the home in the...

New proposal for hotel in parking lot of Kelowna Ramada

New proposal for hotel in parking lot of Kelowna Ramada

Kelowna 4:00 am - 24,239 views

A new hotel that would potentially service Kelowna's shrinking "short-term rental" market is being proposed. According to the city's...

Kelowna Fire Department stops brush fire behind Scandia

Kelowna Fire Department stops brush fire behind Scandia

Kelowna 8:58 am - 23,744 views

The Kelowna Fire Department is fighting a brush fire behind Scandia along the Rail Trail Tuesday morning. Tony Petrucci says he works at The Brick across the...

Kelowna woman pleads guilty in death of Matthew Cholette

Kelowna woman pleads guilty in death of Matthew Cholette

Kelowna 11:06 am - 23,240 views

A 35-year-old Kelowna woman has entered a plea of guilty in relation to the Dec. 12, 2020 death of Matthew Cholette, who was 27 at the time. Marlene Melissa...

Are you loyal to one brand of gas station when filling your vehicle or do you go to any gas station?

Are you loyal to one brand of gas station when filling your vehicle or do you go to any gas station?

Poll 7:30 pm - 22,940 views

Everything in Canada is more expensive these days and gas prices are no exception. Some people may be tempted to cut fuel costs by driving around searching for...

Kelowna's newest radio station is on the air

Kelowna's newest radio station is on the air

Kelowna 9:05 am - 20,770 views

There's a new sound on the airwaves in Kelowna Tuesday morning. The radio station previously known at 103.9 The LAKE and is now OV 103-9. The new name is an...

West Kelowna man, 92, says walking and his dog keep him going after wife passes

West Kelowna man, 92, says walking and his dog keep him going after wife passes

West Kelowna 4:00 am - 20,474 views

A West Kelowna man and his dog are still walking their way across Canada, virtually of course. Dudley Booth turned 92 this past January and despite losing his...

B.C. records net loss of more than 8,600 in interprovincial migration in 2023

B.C. records net loss of more than 8,600 in interprovincial migration in 2023

BC 2:09 pm - 20,290 views

British Columbia had more people moving out to other provinces in 2023 than those coming in the opposite direction for the first time in more than a decade,...

'SCTV' star, comedian Joe Flaherty dies following illness, daughter says

'SCTV' star, comedian Joe Flaherty dies following illness, daughter says

Entertainment 8:51 am - 18,905 views

Comedian Joe Flaherty, a founding member of the Canadian sketch series "SCTV," has died. His daughter Gudrun says Flaherty died Monday following a...

Fire breaks out at Kelowna's homeless encampment along Rail Trail

Fire breaks out at Kelowna's homeless encampment along Rail Trail

Kelowna 9:42 am - 18,446 views

The Kelowna Fire Department was busy Tuesday morning. A tent fire broke out along the Rail Trail at Kelowna's homeless encampment Tuesday morning just...

McDonald's Canada launches new menu of customer hacks, new Lil Yachty jingle

McDonald's Canada launches new menu of customer hacks, new Lil Yachty jingle

Business 8:25 am - 18,060 views

Canadians who have combined their favourite McDonald's dishes will soon get to see some of their creations hit the fast-food chain’s official menu...

Non-profit owner of subsidized apartment seeking info after evacuation

Non-profit owner of subsidized apartment seeking info after evacuation

Kelowna 5:33 pm - 17,860 views

Pathways Abilities Society remains in the dark after their building, Hadgraft-Wilson Place, was evacuated on Sunday. Pathways was served an evacuation notice...

RDCO directors update bylaws to ban three invasive tree species

RDCO directors update bylaws to ban three invasive tree species

Central Okanagan 4:46 pm - 16,224 views

The Regional District of Central Okanagan has made changes to its noxious weed control bylaw effectively banning three specific invasive tree species from the...

Potential environmental crises worse than global warming

Potential environmental crises worse than global warming

Sustainability Spotlight 6:00 pm - 15,304 views

For those of us who work in the field of climate change, it is some consolation to take a break and reflect there are crises worse than global warming. Giant...

Rusty Mazda sale reversal shows it's not always 'buyer beware' in B.C.

Rusty Mazda sale reversal shows it's not always 'buyer beware' in B.C.

BC 6:28 am - 14,141 views

A small claims adjudicator has sided with the buyer of a rusty 2005 Mazda 3 in ordering the seller to repay the $3,000 purchase price. B.C. Civil Resolution...

Police investigate multi-tractor crash as carbon-levy protests continue in Alberta

Police investigate multi-tractor crash as carbon-levy protests continue in Alberta

Calgary 2:07 pm - 13,996 views

Mounties in Alberta say they’re keeping traffic moving on the Trans-Canada Highway despite a roadside carbon-levy protest, and say five large farm...

Taiwan's strongest earthquake in nearly 25 years damages buildings, kills at least 4 people

Taiwan's strongest earthquake in nearly 25 years damages buildings, kills at least 4 people

Taiwan 9:20 pm - 13,955 views

UPDATE: 9:20 p.m. Taiwan's strongest earthquake in a quarter century has killed at least four people. The national fire agency said four people died in...

Dr. David Suzuki brings ‘Humanity at a Crossroads’ talk to UBC Okanagan

Dr. David Suzuki brings ‘Humanity at a Crossroads’ talk to UBC Okanagan

Kelowna 8:00 pm - 12,752 views

Dr. David Suzuki will be speaking at UBC Okanagan this week. The environmentalist, author and broadcaster will deliver a free talk on Thursday titled Humanity...

Kelowna boxer earns Canada Cup Gold

Kelowna boxer earns Canada Cup Gold

Kelowna 4:00 am - 12,478 views

Years and years of hard work and dedication turned into six minutes in the ring, before local amateur boxer Amber-Jane Wall brought her Canada Cup clash to a...

Browsing in incognito mode doesn't protect you as much as you might think

Browsing in incognito mode doesn't protect you as much as you might think

Business 10:59 am - 12,390 views

Although a private browsing mode known as “Incognito" in Google's widely used Chrome browser has been available for nearly a decade, a legal...

Kelowna Farmers' and Crafters' Market set to open at new location

Kelowna Farmers' and Crafters' Market set to open at new location

Kelowna 2:04 pm - 12,206 views

The Kelowna Farmers' and Crafters' Market begins life in its new location in the Landmark District this Saturday. The Landmark District opened its arms...

A 12-year-old student opens fire at a school in Finland, killing 1 and wounding 2 others

A 12-year-old student opens fire at a school in Finland, killing 1 and wounding 2 others

Finland 5:55 am - 12,019 views

A 12-year-old student opened fire at a secondary school in southern Finland on Tuesday morning, killing one and seriously wounded two other students, police...

Fire at an Istanbul nightclub during renovations leaves at least 29 dead and several badly hurt

Fire at an Istanbul nightclub during renovations leaves at least 29 dead and several badly hurt

Istanbul 7:25 am - 11,779 views

UPDATE 7:25 a.m. Officials in Istanbul now say at least 29 people are dead in the wake of a fire at a nightclub that was undergoing renovations. Authorities...

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce earn Webby Award nominations, along with Sydney Sweeney, Ryan Gosling

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce earn Webby Award nominations, along with Sydney Sweeney, Ryan Gosling

Entertainment 5:43 am - 11,531 views

Taylor Swift and her Super Bowl-winning boyfriend Travis Kelce, along with Sydney Sweeney,Ryan Gosling and Timothee Chalamet, are among the nominees for this...

Canada condemns strike on aid workers in Gaza, demands investigation

Canada condemns strike on aid workers in Gaza, demands investigation

Gaza 8:04 am - 10,561 views

UPDATE 8:05 a.m. Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly says Canada condemns an airstrike launched by the Israeli military that killed seven aid workers...

B.C. introduces bill for First Nations land acquisition, holding rights

B.C. introduces bill for First Nations land acquisition, holding rights

BC 12:35 pm - 10,444 views

British Columbia's government has introduced a bill that would give federally recognized First Nations the legal right to acquire and hold land in the...

B.C. to ban some 'personal use' evictions, stop rent increases over new children

B.C. to ban some 'personal use' evictions, stop rent increases over new children

BC 2:06 pm - 10,183 views

The British Columbia government is making changes to rental laws, stopping bad-faith evictions, protecting families who add a child and helping landlords who...

Human poop pollution targeted in new B.C. early warning system

Human poop pollution targeted in new B.C. early warning system

Vancouver Island 6:02 am - 10,157 views

A group of B.C. scientists is moving to create an early warning system to pinpoint the source of human and animal fecal pollution — a poop contamination...

Kelowna received just 18% of normal precipitation in March

Kelowna received just 18% of normal precipitation in March

Thompson-Okanagan 2:55 pm - 9,819 views

It was a drier-than-normal March pretty much across the Thompson-Okanagan, according to Environment Canada. The region received just a fraction of what it...

WestJet Encore pilots vote for strike mandate, adding to airline's turbulence

WestJet Encore pilots vote for strike mandate, adding to airline's turbulence

Business 10:46 am - 9,718 views

WestJet Encore pilots could go on strike as soon as April 17 after they approved a strike mandate Tuesday. The Air Line Pilots Association says aviators at...

Man dies two weeks after being hit by van while riding electric scooter

Man dies two weeks after being hit by van while riding electric scooter

Vancouver 4:53 pm - 9,582 views

Police are investigating a collision between a van and a electric kick scooter that resulted in the death of a 66-year-old man. The man was on his scooter west...

'It didn't seem real': Orca swims beside paddle boarder in mouth of Jordan River

'It didn't seem real': Orca swims beside paddle boarder in mouth of Jordan River

Vancouver Island 8:11 am - 9,516 views

A B.C. man was paddling near Vancouver Island when an orca swam just metres from him. Brad Carr was heading out to the Juan de Fuca Strait from Jordan River on...

Foreign interference inquiry: Han Dong sought support from international students

Foreign interference inquiry: Han Dong sought support from international students

Canada 2:37 pm - 9,504 views

UPDATE 2:35 p.m. Former Liberal Han Dong met with international students from China and encouraged them to register as Liberal members during his nomination...

Kelowna rally planned in efforts to save Childhood Connections

Kelowna rally planned in efforts to save Childhood Connections

Kelowna 4:00 am - 9,208 views

A petition has been launched and a rally is planned for this weekend, but it may be too late to save many of the programs offered by Kelowna’s Childhood...

Grocery code of conduct won't drive prices higher: Empire chief executive

Grocery code of conduct won't drive prices higher: Empire chief executive

Canada 6:29 am - 9,013 views

Empire Co. Ltd. chief executive Michael Medline says there’s no evidence that a grocery code of conduct would raise food prices for Canadians. The...

Bell Media president Sean Cohan says layoffs were necessary to reach company's goals

Bell Media president Sean Cohan says layoffs were necessary to reach company's goals

Business 2:07 pm - 8,896 views

Bell Media president Sean Cohan says recent layoffs and programming cuts are something he doesn’t take lightly, but were necessary to accelerate the...

Relief on the way for South Okanagan’s tight industrial market

Relief on the way for South Okanagan’s tight industrial market

Penticton 6:25 pm - 8,272 views

With virtually no industrial space for lease, industrial users in the South Okanagan have had few options. Most developers have focused on Kelowna, Lake Country...

Kelowna at a 'critical juncture' says MLA

Kelowna at a 'critical juncture' says MLA

MLA Minute 11:00 am - 8,138 views

This last two weeks at home have been amazing. I love hiking up in Mission Ridge Park, going for coffee in the SOPA area (in South Pandosy), enjoying a meal...

Stranded orca calf remains in B.C. lagoon, breaching at regular intervals

Stranded orca calf remains in B.C. lagoon, breaching at regular intervals

Vancouver Island 6:00 am - 7,724 views

A stranded killer whale calf is showing signs of regular activity as it breaches every seven to 10 minutes in a lagoon near the northern Vancouver Island...

North Saanich De Havilland plant expands as orders ramp up for firefighting planes

North Saanich De Havilland plant expands as orders ramp up for firefighting planes

Vancouver Island 6:58 am - 7,513 views

A manufacturing plant in North Saanich will be busy building parts for Europe’s next generation of firefighting planes until the next decade. Neil...

Tij Iginla scored twice as the Kelowna Rockets dumped Wenatchee 5-1 Tuesday

Tij Iginla scored twice as the Kelowna Rockets dumped Wenatchee 5-1 Tuesday

WHL 10:20 pm - 7,466 views

It took about half a period for the Kelowna Rockets to settle into game three of their first round playoff series with the Wenatchee Wild Tuesday night. But...

Large police presence in Oliver leads to arrest of three suspects with help of canine cop

Large police presence in Oliver leads to arrest of three suspects with help of canine cop

Oliver 5:41 pm - 6,970 views

Oliver RCMP confirm one man and two women have been arrested with the help of a police dog, after previously fleeing police. According to an RCMP press release...

Craft Culture's annual Spring Market this weekend at Kelowna Curling Club

Craft Culture's annual Spring Market this weekend at Kelowna Curling Club

Sponsored Content 12:01 am - 6,845 views

Craft Culture is gearing up for its annual Spring Market at Kelowna Curling Club this weekend. More than 135 crafters and artisans will have thousands of items...

Tesla sales fall nearly 9% to start the year as competition heats up and demand for EVs slows

Tesla sales fall nearly 9% to start the year as competition heats up and demand for EVs slows

Business 7:20 am - 6,680 views

Tesla sales fell sharply last quarter as competition increased worldwide, electric vehicle sales growth slowed, and price cuts failed to draw more buyers. The...

'Judges of the facts': Jury selected for border blockade trial in Alberta

'Judges of the facts': Jury selected for border blockade trial in Alberta

Alberta 2:40 pm - 6,605 views

Potential jurors were quizzed Tuesday on their opinions about COVID-19 pandemic restrictions and the blockade that paralyzed a major Canada-U.S. border crossing...

West Kelowna Legion branch celebrates 35th anniversary

West Kelowna Legion branch celebrates 35th anniversary

West Kelowna 7:00 pm - 6,382 views

The West Kelowna Legion branch is preparing to celebrate its 35th anniversary. After several previous requests from organizers in Westbank were denied, over 200...

Poilievre requests Trudeau call meeting with premiers opposing federal carbon price

Poilievre requests Trudeau call meeting with premiers opposing federal carbon price

Canada 10:38 am - 6,351 views

Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is requesting that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau convene an emergency meeting with the country's premiers to discuss...

Pet peeves when it comes to drivers' behaviour

Pet peeves when it comes to drivers' behaviour

Behind the Wheel 4:00 am - 6,239 views

Everyone has a pet peeve related to driving, right? I know what mine are, but I was curious about what others might say if I asked, so I did. My faithful weekly...

Dial-a-dope fentanyl dealer gets two year conditional sentence

Dial-a-dope fentanyl dealer gets two year conditional sentence

North Vancouver 6:18 pm - 5,698 views

A 22-year-old Surrey man who was part of a dial-a-dope operation selling deadly amounts of fentanyl and carfentanyl to drug users on the North Shore has been...

Vancouver seeks Supreme Court of Canada to rule on quashed vacancy control bylaw

Vancouver seeks Supreme Court of Canada to rule on quashed vacancy control bylaw

Vancouver 6:19 pm - 5,420 views

The City of Vancouver is hoping the Supreme Court of Canada will determine the legality of a presently nullified bylaw to control rent increases between...

B.C. provincial and federal politicians receive pay raises

B.C. provincial and federal politicians receive pay raises

BC 10:50 am - 5,225 views

B.C. provincial politicians will enjoy a nearly $5,000 increase to their salaries while federal politicians see a $8,500 bump as of April 1. The base salary for...

Kelowna Rocket Ty Hurley nominated for WHL humanitarian award

Kelowna Rocket Ty Hurley nominated for WHL humanitarian award

WHL 9:00 pm - 5,090 views

Kelowna Rockets forward Ty Hurley is one of four players nominated for the Western Hockey League's humanitarian of the year. Hurley is the nominee from the...

Penticton Rotary presents $25K towards goal of doubling cancer care at Penticton Regional Hospital

Penticton Rotary presents $25K towards goal of doubling cancer care at Penticton Regional Hospital

Penticton 12:06 pm - 4,868 views

The Rotary Club of Penticton has donated $25,000 to the South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation's ongoing pledge towards an oncology clinic at the...

Court hears bid to toss Ibrahim Ali's first-degree murder verdict over delays

Court hears bid to toss Ibrahim Ali's first-degree murder verdict over delays

Vancouver 12:22 pm - 4,686 views

The lawyer for a man found guilty of killing a 13-year-old Burnaby, B.C., girl is asking a judge to stay the jury's verdict over unreasonable delays in...

Vernon area tourism groups have teamed up to promote the North Okanagan to the world

Vernon area tourism groups have teamed up to promote the North Okanagan to the world

Vernon 4:00 am - 4,532 views

The world is being invited to explore the North Okanagan. A new regional tourism collective called "Explore North Okanagan" is bringing more awareness...

TRU working with City of Kamloops on final study for Summit Drive overpass, Fairbairn says

TRU working with City of Kamloops on final study for Summit Drive overpass, Fairbairn says

Kamloops 4:00 am - 3,954 views

Kamloops city staff are working with Thompson Rivers University to complete a final study before deciding on a location for a proposed overpass spanning Summit...

Vernon's Gallery Vertigo opens in their new downtown location today

Vernon's Gallery Vertigo opens in their new downtown location today

Vernon 4:00 am - 3,849 views

It has been a staple in the North Okanagan art community for more than two decades, and after a brief closure, Gallery Vertigo is re-opening in a new location....

Penticton gets more funding for final leg of bike lane

Penticton gets more funding for final leg of bike lane

Penticton 2:24 pm - 3,666 views

The City of Penticton has received a $500,000 grant from the Active Transportation Infrastructure program for the completion of the Lake to Lake bike route....

Uber legacy: Class-action lawsuit by taxi drivers against Quebec begins

Uber legacy: Class-action lawsuit by taxi drivers against Quebec begins

Quebec 5:46 am - 3,471 views

A trial opens Tuesday in a class-action lawsuit accusing the Quebec government of wiping out hundreds of millions of dollars in the value of taxi permits by...

Tk'emlúps, Archdiocese sign historic sacred covenant affirming commitment to truth and reconciliation

Tk'emlúps, Archdiocese sign historic sacred covenant affirming commitment to truth and reconciliation

Kamloops 7:00 am - 3,434 views

The Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc band and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver signed a sacred covenant on Easter Sunday in order to...

City of Kamloops using provincial grant to open 36-space day care for kids of city employees

City of Kamloops using provincial grant to open 36-space day care for kids of city employees

Kamloops 10:43 am - 3,302 views

The City of Kamloops is using cash from the province to build a new 36-space child care centre for kids of municipal employees. The municipality has received a...

Kamloops vintage car club shows off local history during Easter drive and car show

Kamloops vintage car club shows off local history during Easter drive and car show

Kamloops 4:00 am - 3,196 views

Nearly 100 vintage vehicles could be seen making their way to Riverside Park Sunday afternoon as the Kamloops chapter of the Vintage Car Club of Canada held its...

Canada condemns Israeli strike on aid workers in Gaza, demands investigation

Canada condemns Israeli strike on aid workers in Gaza, demands investigation

Canada 10:47 am - 3,188 views

Canada condemned an Israeli airstrike that killed seven aid workers in the Gaza Strip on Monday and is demanding a full investigation. The World Central Kitchen...

Out of the Cold executive director says 25-bed shelter at Stuart Wood at full capacity nightly

Out of the Cold executive director says 25-bed shelter at Stuart Wood at full capacity nightly

Kamloops 4:00 am - 3,126 views

The executive director for Out of the Cold, which runs a shelter in the former Stuart Wood schoolhouse, says the location has been at full capacity each night...

Lose your auger? Vernon RCMP search for rightful owner of ditched drill

Lose your auger? Vernon RCMP search for rightful owner of ditched drill

Vernon 12:06 pm - 2,865 views

If you are missing a large spiral shaped drill, Mounties want to hear from you. In an unusual post to their Facebook page, Vernon North Okanagan RCMP said they...

Smoke above Ellison Provincial Park near Vernon from a controlled burn

Smoke above Ellison Provincial Park near Vernon from a controlled burn

Vernon 1:56 pm - 2,796 views

The City of Vernon says smoke visible above Ellison Provincial Park is due to controlled burns. The city says residents have called in the smoke, which is from...

'Just pure joy': Ignite the Arts smashes its own records in Penticton

'Just pure joy': Ignite the Arts smashes its own records in Penticton

Penticton 4:00 am - 2,765 views

The biggest and best Ignite the Arts Festival yet is over, and organizers are thrilled with its success. All weekend long at almost every downtown Penticton...

Shuswap Fire Department to host annual wildland fire practice Tuesday in Notch Hill area

Shuswap Fire Department to host annual wildland fire practice Tuesday in Notch Hill area

Notch Hill 12:14 pm - 2,365 views

The Shuswap Fire Department tells residents not to be alarmed by smoke Tuesday in the Notch Hill area. The department said crews will be conducting annual...

Enderby still in high spirits despite losing Kraft Hockeyville bid

Enderby still in high spirits despite losing Kraft Hockeyville bid

Enderby 1:09 pm - 2,339 views

Despite losing the Kraft Hockeyville bid, the Enderby community remains in high spirits about the future of its arena. “It was just lovely to see our...

Kamloops Airport receives $1.8M from province for runway rehabilitation

Kamloops Airport receives $1.8M from province for runway rehabilitation

Kamloops 1:12 pm - 2,326 views

The runway at Fulton Field in Kamloops will be undergoing improvements thanks to a $1.8-million investment from Victoria. In a news release, the ministry of...

Kamloops ice cream shops open for season as summer approaches

Kamloops ice cream shops open for season as summer approaches

Kamloops 6:00 pm - 2,290 views

Ice cream shops across Kamloops are officially opening their doors for the 2024 season with summer and warmer weather on the horizon. The Ice Cream Social...

Kamloops Mounties release images after series of suspicious weekend fires

Kamloops Mounties release images after series of suspicious weekend fires

Kamloops 5:17 pm - 2,091 views

After a series of suspicious fires were sparked over the weekend, Kamloops Mounties have released a number of images in the hopes that someone will come forward...

First-of-its-kind conference brings gender equity to forefront, E Fry Kamloops says

First-of-its-kind conference brings gender equity to forefront, E Fry Kamloops says

Kamloops 3:11 pm - 1,921 views

The Kamloops branch of the Elizabeth Fry Society drew about 70 people to its first ever gender equity conference last week, which took place Wednesday at...

Okanagan Authors to share personal stories as part of Valley Voices Spring Reading Series

Okanagan Authors to share personal stories as part of Valley Voices Spring Reading Series

Vernon 6:00 pm - 1,366 views

Writers, poets and lovers of poetry will be gathering in Vernon this month to experience the different lives of two Okanagan authors through readings of their...

Oliver to see $10 a day daycare at ChildCareBC sites

Oliver to see $10 a day daycare at ChildCareBC sites

Oliver 4:00 am - 1,016 views

Families in Oliver will now see $10 a day daycare options, thanks to expansion of the provincial program. On Thursday, the province announced that the reduced...

Increased firefighting presence in Oliver this weekend for training

Increased firefighting presence in Oliver this weekend for training

Oliver 12:08 pm - 969 views

The Oliver Fire Department is notifying residents about wildfire training, which will lead to an increased firefighting presence around the town on Sunday. The...

Mini Science Night hosted by BC Children's Hospital Research Institute coming to Salmon Arm

Mini Science Night hosted by BC Children's Hospital Research Institute coming to Salmon Arm

Salmon Arm 4:00 am - 904 views

BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute is hosting a pair of free science nights in Salmon Arm, where high school students and city residents can learn...

Oliver boil water notices lifted following repair work

Oliver boil water notices lifted following repair work

Oliver 4:25 pm - 680 views

A boil water notice has been rescinded in Oliver. The notice had been in place since March 15 for select properties as part of a planned domestic watermain...