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The Stampede opened in Calgary on Friday, one year after flooding threatened to shutdown the century-long outdoor exhibition.
Why is my child doing this? What is going on with youth.
Dr. David Smith says 13 per cent of B.C. youth experience a mental health issue every year – 83,700 children under age 19.
FIFA claims 2 records for Twitter use during Germany's 7-1 rout of Brazil at World Cup
Top choices extend their streak of popularity in 2014, according to Vitals Statistics Agency
Canada Post Heritage Club welcomes retired and long-service members to branches across nationwide, including the North Okanagan
World Cup actions on Facebook pass 1 billion mark, more than any event in company history
Canadian rapper Shad to replace Jian Ghomeshi as host of CBC's 'Q'
Okanagan residents will soon get their taste of ol’ Mexico when Mariachi Los Dorados returns for its annual spring tour.
In Theatres: The Judge; Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day; David Fincher’s Gone Girl
Fincher's thriller should win the box office yet again, with competition coming from Downey Jr.'s 'The Judge' and Steve Carell's family film
In case you missed it, here's a look at replay-worthy highlights from across the province this week.
Country artist brings tour to Canada, showing fans a boot-scootin' good time
Today marks a decade since the unveiling of the iPhone.
Virtual reality lets people experience a boat trip and a hike into the high country of the remote central coast at Nimmo Bay
Facebook celebrates its 10th anniversary, has allowed its 1.23 billion users to make their own video, with Photos, Statuses, and Likes.
Googling Ebola: North Americans hunt for virus info after continent's first case
These four films are the top new openings in Canadian theatres this weekend...
'Community' has been cancelled after 5 seasons and always-low ratings, despite critical acclaim and its fantastic cast.
Conservation officers have 300 bear conflict calls so far this month, with roadside bear viewing, feeding among problems
The documentary explores the struggles of mixed-race blood cancer patients forced to reflect on their multi-cultural identity