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Top Stories for April 3, 2024

11-year-old victim of fatal dog attack in Edmonton identified as Osoyoos local

11-year-old victim of fatal dog attack in Edmonton identified as Osoyoos local

Osoyoos 1:22 pm - 51,171 views

An 11-year-old boy who died in a dog attack in Alberta this week was an Osoyoos Elementary School student. Police reported Tuesday that the boy was visiting an...

City of Kelowna tears down homeless encampment at end of McCurdy Road, closes Rail Trail Thursday morning

City of Kelowna tears down homeless encampment at end of McCurdy Road, closes Rail Trail Thursday morning

Kelowna 4:10 pm - 42,920 views

UPDATE 4:09 p.m. The City of Kelowna has announced that they will be closing the Rail Trail between Dilworth Drive and McCurdy Road on Thursday. The stretch of...

How lightning — not arson — sparked Canada's most destructive wildfire season

How lightning — not arson — sparked Canada's most destructive wildfire season

BC 5:52 am - 39,389 views

Last year was Canada’s most destructive wildfire season ever, with a confluence of drought, extreme fire weather and dry forest fuels combining to burn...

Vehicles, propane tanks burning at wildfire west of Merritt

Vehicles, propane tanks burning at wildfire west of Merritt

Merritt 5:00 pm - 38,693 views

UPDATE: 5 p.m. Firefighters are dealing with burning vehicles, propane tanks and other unidentified objects at the wildfire west of Merritt. “If it's...

Westside Road reopen with power restored after all day closure and power loss

Westside Road reopen with power restored after all day closure and power loss

Westside Road 4:42 pm - 37,310 views

UPDATE 4:42 p.m. Westside Road has reopened after being closed for most of the day in the Killiney Beach area. North Westside Fire Rescue chief Ross...

Paint from melting ice at the Kelowna Curling Club spilled into Brandt's Creek

Paint from melting ice at the Kelowna Curling Club spilled into Brandt's Creek

Kelowna 4:10 pm - 23,458 views

UPDATE: 4:10 p.m. According to Kelowna Curling Club manager Jock Tyre the substance that spilled in to Brandt's Creek and eventually into Rotary Marsh was...

Kelowna woman learning to live with her two cloned kittens

Kelowna woman learning to live with her two cloned kittens

Kelowna 4:00 am - 23,279 views

A Kelowna woman has gained worldwide attention after successfully cloning her dead cat 'Bear.' A French television network and HBO are working on...

Rescuers plan helicopter airlift of orca calf stranded in B.C. lagoon

Rescuers plan helicopter airlift of orca calf stranded in B.C. lagoon

Vancouver Island 5:00 pm - 20,948 views

UPDATE 5 p.m. Plans are now underway to airlift a stranded killer whale calf out of a remote tidal lagoon off northern Vancouver Island in an effort to reunite...

JYSK is returning to Kelowna after previous location closed last year

JYSK is returning to Kelowna after previous location closed last year

Kelowna 4:13 pm - 20,877 views

JYSK will be returning to Kelowna soon. The previous Kelowna location of the home decor store closed down last year, to make room for a new massive development...

Vernon drivers paying as much as 11 cents a litre less than their Kelowna counterparts

Vernon drivers paying as much as 11 cents a litre less than their Kelowna counterparts

Thompson Okanagan 10:29 am - 19,482 views

It would seem Kelowna drivers are getting hosed when it come to filling up. The increase in the federal carbon tax came into effect Monday, but not all North...

Do you think China interferred in the last Canadian federal election?

Do you think China interferred in the last Canadian federal election?

Poll 7:30 pm - 18,369 views

Former Conservative leader Erin O'Toole says he was startled on election night in 2021 when the vote count fell far outside what his party had projected in...

Merritt man dead after crash involving homemade go kart, police say

Merritt man dead after crash involving homemade go kart, police say

Merritt 4:22 pm - 18,205 views

Mounties say a 67-year-old Merritt man died last week after the homemade go kart he was driving blew a stop sign and collided with another vehicle. The incident...

13-year-old on joy ride writes off Lamborghini Huracan

13-year-old on joy ride writes off Lamborghini Huracan

West Vancouver 9:40 am - 17,121 views

A 13-year-old who took their family Lamborghini Huracan for a joy ride crashed it on the Upper Levels Highway, writing off the Italian supercar, West Vancouver...

Smoke could drift over Highway 33 east of Kelowna during controlled burn

Smoke could drift over Highway 33 east of Kelowna during controlled burn

Kelowna 4:00 am - 16,787 views

AIM Roads is advising the public of an upcoming controlled burn that could impact Highway 33. AIM says it will be burning timber at the Pyman Pit, off Highway...

Report highlights dangers of even low concentrations of wildfire smoke

Report highlights dangers of even low concentrations of wildfire smoke

BC 4:00 am - 16,584 views

The health impacts of wildfire smoke can rise sharply at low concentrations, according to a new report from the BC Centre for Disease Control. Titled The Public...

O'Toole alleges Chinese interference cost Conservatives seats

O'Toole alleges Chinese interference cost Conservatives seats

Canada 8:02 am - 15,042 views

UPDATE 8:02 a.m. Former Conservative leader Erin O'Toole says he was startled on election night in 2021 when the vote count fell far outside what his party...

B.C. e-bike lithium battery company denies fatal fire liability

B.C. e-bike lithium battery company denies fatal fire liability

Vancouver 5:58 am - 14,991 views

One of two companies involved in e-bike battery production and sales has denied liability for a fatal Jan. 31, 2022 fire that claimed the life of a Vancouver...

Sewage leak that dumped 1M litres of sewage per day into Kootenay River now fixed

Sewage leak that dumped 1M litres of sewage per day into Kootenay River now fixed

Nelson 5:10 pm - 14,739 views

UPDATE: 5:10 p.m. The sewage leak in the Kootenay River near Nelson has been stopped Wednesday afternoon. In a brief statement, Ministry of Environment...

Speed limiting devices to become mandatory on heavy B.C. commercial trucks

Speed limiting devices to become mandatory on heavy B.C. commercial trucks

BC 10:30 am - 14,734 views

The British Columbia Transportation Ministry says commercial trucks above a certain weight will soon be required to be fitted with technology to limit how fast...

Lake Country RCMP conduct impaired driving blitz

Lake Country RCMP conduct impaired driving blitz

Lake Country 12:04 pm - 14,352 views

The Lake Country RCMP have been cracking down on impaired driving. Over the span of 48 hours March 30 to April 1, RCMP officers conducted sobriety check stops,...

Puppy brought to BC SPCA with stomach full of rocks

Puppy brought to BC SPCA with stomach full of rocks

BC 1:52 pm - 13,667 views

A puppy, now named Pebbles by the BC SPCA, was near death after she was discovered completely malnourished with a stomach full of rocks. Over $5,000 has been...

Mounties target Kamloops drug trade, gangsters with four-day sweep

Mounties target Kamloops drug trade, gangsters with four-day sweep

Kamloops 10:06 am - 11,855 views

Kamloops Mounties say dozens of people were arrested and guns were seized last month in a police sweep targeting local gangsters and drug dealers. On March 20,...

North Vancouver RCMP seek dog owner after Australian shepherd attacks jogger

North Vancouver RCMP seek dog owner after Australian shepherd attacks jogger

North Vancouver 4:19 pm - 11,746 views

North Vancouver RCMP say a man received serious injuries after being attacked by a dog while on a run and investigators are now hoping the public can help them...

Penticton corner store hit by early morning smash-and-grab

Penticton corner store hit by early morning smash-and-grab

Penticton 12:13 pm - 11,163 views

The owner of a beloved community corner store is shaken up after finding their business ransacked on Wednesday morning. Penticton's Duncan Corner Store was...

'Ludicrous': Motorcyclist speeds at 234 km/h on Lions Gate Bridge

'Ludicrous': Motorcyclist speeds at 234 km/h on Lions Gate Bridge

Vancouver 3:00 pm - 11,010 views

A motorcyclist filmed himself driving 234 kilometres per hour on a busy Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver. The video, posted on social media, shows the driver...

24-unit condo development proposed for South Pandosy neighbourhood

24-unit condo development proposed for South Pandosy neighbourhood

Kelowna 4:55 pm - 10,411 views

Owners of property on Meikle Avenue in the South Pandosy neighbourhood are proposing construction of a 24-unit rental condo development. The development would...

Strongest earthquake in 25 years rocks Taiwan, killing 9 people

Strongest earthquake in 25 years rocks Taiwan, killing 9 people

Taiwan 5:45 am - 10,079 views

The strongest earthquake in a quarter-century rocked Taiwan during the morning rush hour Wednesday, killing nine people, sending others scrambling out the...

Kelowna uses innovative technology to repair sewer pipes

Kelowna uses innovative technology to repair sewer pipes

Kelowna 5:19 pm - 9,977 views

The City of Kelowna will be using innovative technology to repair sewer pipe this spring. The project running April to June will cost $7-million to replace 2.7...

Kelowna teenage rockers funded by $10K Kickstarter to release EP

Kelowna teenage rockers funded by $10K Kickstarter to release EP

Kelowna 8:00 pm - 9,691 views

A high school rock band that formed less than two years ago is going to be hosting a preview listening party this weekend in Kelowna. Freeze the Fall is getting...

Advocacy groups decry federal government's shutdown of mental health website, app

Advocacy groups decry federal government's shutdown of mental health website, app

Canada 6:24 pm - 9,538 views

Mental health and addictions experts are slamming the federal government's decision to shut down an online service where people could find free counselling...

Mount Boucherie robotics team needs support for world championship

Mount Boucherie robotics team needs support for world championship

West Kelowna 4:00 am - 9,207 views

The Mount Boucherie Robotics team is in need of support after successfully punching their ticket to the world championships in Houston, where they will take on...

Buried drugs and cash found by witness in Prince George

Buried drugs and cash found by witness in Prince George

Prince George 3:14 pm - 9,196 views

Prince George RCMP got a report on April 1 just before 1 p.m. from a witness who reported finding black cases buried along a trail near the 6800-block of...

Police, border services seize 598 stolen vehicles at Montreal port, most from Ontario

Police, border services seize 598 stolen vehicles at Montreal port, most from Ontario

Montreal 12:55 pm - 9,129 views

Ontario Provincial Police and the Canada Border Services Agency say they prevented nearly 600 stolen vehicles from being exported overseas after searching 390...

Rescuers search for people out of contact in Taiwan after strong earthquake

Rescuers search for people out of contact in Taiwan after strong earthquake

Taiwan 8:19 pm - 8,911 views

Rescuers searched for dozens of people out of contact Thursday a day after Taiwan's strongest earthquake in a quarter century damaged buildings, caused...

Become a millionaire for just $100

Become a millionaire for just $100

Sponsored Content 12:01 am - 8,836 views

With just days to go to get your tickets for the 2024 B.C. Children’s Hospital Choices Lottery, time is of the essence. The lottery, which helps the only...

Driver of hit sports car describes spinning in Vancouver crash that killed baby

Driver of hit sports car describes spinning in Vancouver crash that killed baby

Vancouver 6:38 pm - 8,815 views

The driver of a sports car hit in a 2021 Vancouver crash that left a 11-month-old girl dead told a judge his vehicle was sent spinning, leaving him disoriented....

BC Hydro wants more clean power to help meet demand, clean energy targets

BC Hydro wants more clean power to help meet demand, clean energy targets

BC 1:38 pm - 8,674 views

BC Hydro is looking for more clean power to add to its grids as electricity demands are expected to increase by 15 per cent in the next six years. The Ministry...

Young freestyle skier from Kelowna earns silver in Whistler

Young freestyle skier from Kelowna earns silver in Whistler

Sports 7:00 pm - 8,553 views

A freestyle skier based out of Kelowna is being recognized for her efforts at Junior Nationals in Whistler after she snagged a silver medal and a second-place...

Windstorm claims maple tree in Peachland Lambly Park

Windstorm claims maple tree in Peachland Lambly Park

Peachland 4:49 pm - 8,294 views

Tuesday night’s windstorm took down a tree in Peachland’s Lambly Park. The municipality says a mature maple tree fell in the park off Highway 97,...

BlackBerry CEO sexually harassed senior employee, lawsuit claims

BlackBerry CEO sexually harassed senior employee, lawsuit claims

Business 12:51 pm - 8,154 views

A former BlackBerry Ltd. employee has filed a lawsuit against the company and its new chief executive John Giamatteo, who she claims sexually harassed her and...

Food sales tell us Canada is getting poorer at alarming rate

Food sales tell us Canada is getting poorer at alarming rate

Writer's Bloc 4:00 am - 8,051 views

Canada appears to be a “trading-down” market, a trend that may persist for some time. Recent data from Statistics Canada on the food retail and...

Inflation has slid again in Europe. What that means for interest rates

Inflation has slid again in Europe. What that means for interest rates

Business 5:49 am - 7,868 views

The inflation that has squeezed European shoppers fell more than expected in March to 2.4%, as cost spikes in the grocery aisle eased and overall price rises...

Penticton airport will soon see more direct flights to Vancouver and Calgary

Penticton airport will soon see more direct flights to Vancouver and Calgary

Penticton 12:58 pm - 7,815 views

The Penticton Regional Airport will soon see more flights coming out of its terminals, as two airlines have announced additions to their schedules. YYF...

Kamloops fire chief says recent rash of suspicious blazes is worst in years

Kamloops fire chief says recent rash of suspicious blazes is worst in years

Kamloops 4:00 am - 7,782 views

Kamloops Fire Rescue Chief Ken Uzeloc says the string of fires set over the Easter long weekend is the largest concentration of suspicious blazes he’s...

Chinese restaurants struggling amid weaker consumer, tourist demand

Chinese restaurants struggling amid weaker consumer, tourist demand

Vancouver 11:26 am - 7,713 views

As an Asia-Pacific gateway for North America with a large Asian population, Metro Vancouver has long been a go-to destination for locals and tourists alike to...

Habitat for Humanity Okanagan wants your bottles—and your used books

Habitat for Humanity Okanagan wants your bottles—and your used books

Sponsored Content 12:01 pm - 7,607 views

Habitat for Humanity Okanagan is holding its next bottle drive this Saturday, April 6, but bottles are not all it wants. For the first time, Habitat wants your...

Indigo agrees to go private after sale to holding company

Indigo agrees to go private after sale to holding company

Business 5:35 am - 7,553 views

Indigo Books & Music Inc. has agreed to be taken private after agreeing to a sweetened offer from a holding company connected to its largest shareholder....

Early spring storm brings heavy rain, high winds and snow to parts of Ontario

Early spring storm brings heavy rain, high winds and snow to parts of Ontario

Canada 7:31 am - 7,283 views

An early spring storm is bringing high winds and heavy rain to parts of Ontario as Environment Canada warns of significant snowfall in other areas of the...

Okanagan goose egg-addling program returns

Okanagan goose egg-addling program returns

Okanagan 11:31 am - 7,186 views

The Okanagan's annual goose management effort is getting underway for another year. The Okanagan Valley Goose Management Program is about to start its...

Police remove migrants from central Paris square ahead of the Olympics

Police remove migrants from central Paris square ahead of the Olympics

Paris 9:44 am - 7,166 views

French police on Wednesday removed dozens of migrants, including families with young children, from the forecourt of Paris City Hall as the capital prepares to...

Solo skier dies in avalanche in eastern B.C. Rockies

Solo skier dies in avalanche in eastern B.C. Rockies

Yoho National Park 11:57 am - 7,031 views

A solo skier has been found dead days after an avalanche in eastern British Columbia. Avalanche Canada says the snow slide happened Friday on Cathedral Mountain...

B.C. man convicted of child exploitation for involvement in international porn ring

B.C. man convicted of child exploitation for involvement in international porn ring

Surrey 4:18 pm - 6,930 views

A British Columbia man has been convicted for his involvement in an international online group dedicated to trafficking child pornography. The province's...

Vernon's Sonja Gaudet to be inducted into the World Curling Hall of Fame

Vernon's Sonja Gaudet to be inducted into the World Curling Hall of Fame

Vernon 7:00 pm - 6,480 views

Sonja Gaudet is being inducted into the World Curling Hall of Fame. The Vernon resident will be inducted in the 'Athlete' category along with fellow...

Rockets beat Wenatchee 3-1 to take 3-1 lead in series

Rockets beat Wenatchee 3-1 to take 3-1 lead in series

WHL 10:10 pm - 6,366 views

Jari Kykkanen very well may have stolen game four of the best-of-seven first round playoff series for the Kelowna Rockets. Kykkanen, who has played all but one...

Trials sees delays after two accused no-shows Penticton court

Trials sees delays after two accused no-shows Penticton court

Penticton 11:14 am - 6,169 views

Two cases set for trial on Wednesday morning saw delays in Penticton court as the accused in both matters failed to show up. Mathew Duewan Gilmore, born in...

Deadly shotgun blast fired from close range inside Cache Creek home, judge told

Deadly shotgun blast fired from close range inside Cache Creek home, judge told

Kamloops 4:00 am - 6,137 views

A gunshot blast that killed a man inside a Cache Creek home five years ago was fired from close range — likely about four feet away, a B.C. Supreme Court...

Two Canadians stranded by Taiwan earthquake, says firefighting agency

Two Canadians stranded by Taiwan earthquake, says firefighting agency

Taiwan 11:58 am - 6,026 views

Taiwan's firefighting service says two Canadians were among a group of people stranded by rock slides in a gorge after the island's strongest earthquake...

North Okanagan man engaged police in four-hour standoff, sentenced to time served

North Okanagan man engaged police in four-hour standoff, sentenced to time served

Vernon 4:00 am - 6,019 views

A North Okanagan man with an “unenviable criminal record" who engaged in a four-hour standoff with police in Cherryville in 2022 was sentenced in...

Drought poses key risk to Canada's natural gas producers in 2024: Deloitte

Drought poses key risk to Canada's natural gas producers in 2024: Deloitte

Canada 5:29 am - 5,936 views

Persistent drought conditions are poised to challenge natural gas producers even as they aim to ramp up in anticipation of Canada's first liquefied natural...

Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to enter commercial service May 1

Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to enter commercial service May 1

Business 3:10 pm - 5,828 views

The Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion will go into commercial service on May 1. The Crown corporation behind the project, which will increase the existing...

As international travel grows, so does US use of technology. A look at how it's used at airports

As international travel grows, so does US use of technology. A look at how it's used at airports

United States 5:47 am - 5,746 views

The Belgian family of four was on their fourth trip to the United States. They had been dreading the long line at passport control when they entered the country...

B.C. government targets 'profiteers' with legislation to bring in flipping tax

B.C. government targets 'profiteers' with legislation to bring in flipping tax

BC 3:03 pm - 5,660 views

British Columbia has tabled legislation to enact a 20 per cent flipping tax on those who sell their home within the first year of ownership. Finance Minister...

Can mass-timber development help save B.C.’s forestry sector?

Can mass-timber development help save B.C.’s forestry sector?

BC 3:50 pm - 5,382 views

The B.C. government has been doing a good job of creating domestic demand for engineered wood products, as evidenced by the more than 350 construction projects...

Mischief trial begins for three men charged in Alberta COVID-19 border blockade

Mischief trial begins for three men charged in Alberta COVID-19 border blockade

Alberta 1:04 pm - 5,380 views

A Crown prosecutor said Wednesday that the trial for three men charged over their roles in an Alberta border blockade two years ago has nothing to do with their...

Banff bus fire strands U.K. students on ski trip; no injuries

Banff bus fire strands U.K. students on ski trip; no injuries

Banff 9:48 am - 5,363 views

Two dozen youth visiting from the United Kingdom were shuttled to safety after their tour bus caught fire on a scenic highway in Banff National Park. At about...

B.C. premier will be in Kamloops on Thursday for wildfire-related announcement

B.C. premier will be in Kamloops on Thursday for wildfire-related announcement

Kamloops 3:03 pm - 5,315 views

B.C. Premier David Eby will be in Kamloops on Thursday on the campus of Thompson Rivers University for an announcement regarding wildfire education. Details are...

Canadian man killed providing aid in Gaza was a military veteran with a young son

Canadian man killed providing aid in Gaza was a military veteran with a young son

Canada/Gaza 12:44 pm - 4,836 views

A Canadian man killed along with six other aid workers in the Gaza Strip on Monday is a military veteran from Quebec who leaves behind a partner and a...

Okanagan Fest of Ale coming up in Penticton

Okanagan Fest of Ale coming up in Penticton

Okanagan Taste 11:00 am - 4,806 views

With the popular Fest of Ale preparing to pour craft brews and ciders from around the province in Penticton on April 12 and 13, plus the weather already...

IH touts fall opening for North Kamloops urgent-primary clinic, $1.5M downtown expansion

IH touts fall opening for North Kamloops urgent-primary clinic, $1.5M downtown expansion

Kamloops 4:00 am - 4,790 views

Interior Health is hoping to see a $5.4-million urgent and primary care centre open in North Kamloops later this year, while also eyeing a significant expansion...

Residents to return to Vancouver's homeless encampment after city cleared the site

Residents to return to Vancouver's homeless encampment after city cleared the site

Vancouver 11:33 am - 4,764 views

Residents forced out of a Vancouver homeless encampment will be allowed back in this week after the city completed a cleanup of the site. The City of Vancouver...

Kelowna man running a week of marathons for kid sports

Kelowna man running a week of marathons for kid sports

Kelowna 11:23 am - 4,659 views

David Coulombe is running for the kids. The Kelowna resident has committed himself to seven straight days of marathon running in an effort to raise money and...

Ballet Kelowna presents revival of Macbeth, Reimagined Through Dance

Ballet Kelowna presents revival of Macbeth, Reimagined Through Dance

Kelowna 9:00 pm - 4,638 views

Calling all ballet lovers and Shakespeare enthusiasts. Ballet Kelowna is bringing back its mesmerizing rendition of Macbeth to the Kelowna Community Theatre on...

Greater Vancouver home sales down nearly 5% in March as prices rise: board

Greater Vancouver home sales down nearly 5% in March as prices rise: board

Vancouver 9:45 am - 4,317 views

Greater Vancouver's real estate board says the number of homes that changed hands in March fell from the previous year, as total sales were nearly one-third...

Chinese Communist Party-linked media targeted B.C. MP, inquiry hears

Chinese Communist Party-linked media targeted B.C. MP, inquiry hears

BC 3:13 pm - 4,296 views

Chinese-language news outlets operating in B.C. during the 2021 federal election had “close ties” to the Chinese Communist Party while spreading...

FireSmart BC encourages home assessments to mitigate dangers posed by wildfire embers

FireSmart BC encourages home assessments to mitigate dangers posed by wildfire embers

Vernon 4:00 am - 4,283 views

Gone are the days where fire concerns are only magnified for anyone with a forest for a backyard. Wes Brassard, a FireSmart Coordinator with Vernon Fire Rescue...

Bodies of 6 foreign aid workers slain in Israeli strikes are transported out of Gaza

Bodies of 6 foreign aid workers slain in Israeli strikes are transported out of Gaza

Gaza 5:43 am - 3,985 views

Egyptian state media say the bodies of six foreign aid workers killed in a series of Israeli strikes have been transported out of the Gaza Strip before their...

Woman reported missing in Vernon found safe

Woman reported missing in Vernon found safe

Vernon 7:09 am - 3,752 views

A woman who was reported missing in the Vernon area has been found safe. The Vernon North Okanagan RCMP is thanking the public and media partners for helping...

Kamloops Y Dream Home Lottery offers chance to win new Orchards Walk house

Kamloops Y Dream Home Lottery offers chance to win new Orchards Walk house

Kamloops 4:00 am - 3,508 views

A brand new home in Orchards Walk is up for grabs as the annual Kamloops Y Dream Home Lottery gets underway. The home was constructed between July and February...

Federal budget to include more money for apartment construction loans

Federal budget to include more money for apartment construction loans

Canada 11:34 am - 2,841 views

The Liberal government has revealed another glimpse of what it will present in the coming federal budget, announcing it's setting aside another $15 billion...

Popular South Okanagan nature festival tickets on sale soon

Popular South Okanagan nature festival tickets on sale soon

South Okanagan 4:00 am - 2,741 views

Tickets will soon be on sale for the ever-popular annual Meadowlark Nature Festival, taking place this May. Running from May 16 to 20, the festival features...

Okanagan Falls residents along Cedar Street could see water interruptions during watermain upgrade

Okanagan Falls residents along Cedar Street could see water interruptions during watermain upgrade

Okanagan Falls 7:00 pm - 2,649 views

The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen (RDOS) is giving a heads up to residents along Cedar Street within the Okanagan Falls water system that their...

Rolling Stones tribute with Jagger lookalike hits the Venables Theatre in June

Rolling Stones tribute with Jagger lookalike hits the Venables Theatre in June

Oliver 6:00 pm - 2,437 views

A Rolling Stones tribute band is coming to Oliver's Venables Theatre on June 16, featuring the moves and looks of Jagger. With a physical likeness to Mick...

More time to drop off yard and garden waste to Vernon dump

More time to drop off yard and garden waste to Vernon dump

Vernon 4:06 pm - 2,327 views

Starting Thursday, North Okanagan residents will have longer to drop off their yard and garden waste at the Vernon dump. The Regional District of North Okanagan...

Armstrong holds open house on Draft Official Community Plan

Armstrong holds open house on Draft Official Community Plan

Armstrong 12:14 pm - 2,289 views

The City of Armstrong is updating its Official Community Plan and a draft of the plan is ready for residents to provide their input. Open houses will be held...

Halston Bridge to close overnight Sunday while work crews continue rehab project

Halston Bridge to close overnight Sunday while work crews continue rehab project

Kamloops 6:00 pm - 2,184 views

The Halston Bridge will close overnight Sunday to allow crews to continue rehabilitation work that has been ongoing for the better part of a year. The span will...

Sicamous RCMP seize thousands of contraband nicotine pouches, vape products over long weekend

Sicamous RCMP seize thousands of contraband nicotine pouches, vape products over long weekend

Salmon Arm 7:00 am - 2,111 views

Sicamous RCMP seized more than 1,000 tins of contraband nicotine pouches and 1,400 more contraband nicotine vape products from a Mercedes SUV on Good Friday....

Gabriel Vizcaino and quartet to perform in Salmon Arm next week

Gabriel Vizcaino and quartet to perform in Salmon Arm next week

Salmon Arm 7:00 pm - 1,140 views

The Salmon Arm Jazz Club will be hosting a performance from Ecuador-born guitarist Gabriel Vizcaino and his quartet on April 11 at the Nexus at First Community....

Sicamous water mains undergoing spring cleaning

Sicamous water mains undergoing spring cleaning

Sicamous 10:35 am - 645 views

The District of Sicamous is advising residents not to be alarmed by occasional low water pressure or slightly discoloured water over the coming weeks. Sicamous...