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Trans Mountain pipeline won’t cause tension with Notley at meeting: Horgan

Notley said Thursday that Alberta is confident it has the authority to control the export of its oil

Tribunal proceeding with Penticton discrimination complaint

The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal denied an application from a non-profit to dismiss the complaint

South Okanagan residents reminded of Sage Mesa boil water notice

Excessive turbidity in Okanagan Lake is causing issues with the Sage Mesa water system

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Alleged assault on police officer in Hedley

Penticton panhandler not deterred by trash

City staff moved trash and recycling bins into a regular panhandling spot to deter the practice

PHOTOS: ‘Black rain’ falls in East Kootenay town

Sparwood residents have expressed concern about “black rain” falling in the town yesterday

Vehicle crashes into fence on Main Street

An elderly man was released by paramedics after about 15 minutes in the back of an ambulance

Cloudy skies for the long weekend

Anticipate rain and cloudy skies all weekend in the Okanagan and Shuswap

UPDATE: Search efforts ramp up for missing B.C. dad; family urges public search of local river

Kilmer’s work van was found abandoned in the Cowichan Valley on Wednesday, with its engine still running

Homeowners hire lawyer to fight speculation tax

B.C. government notified of pending class action lawsuit

Young parents finishing high school get B.C. childcare subsidy boost

Monthly subsidy is now $1,500 per month for parents younger than 24 with child born four years prior

Crown alleges that 2016 killing happened during confrontation between man and stepson

David Delaney of Abbotsford was found dead in apartment in February 2016

B.C. man arrested after women report disturbing phone calls

Suspect threatened to kill victim’s family if she did not engage in sexually explicit conversation

$650 stolen from Penticton store

Police seeking man who asked for vehicle assistance when money was stolen

City working to keep up with Penticton’s diminishing housing

The city has four projects underway, but privately owned affordable housing dissipating

Canadian Forces coming to help Twin Lakes

The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen said 44 Canadian Forces deployed

After 10 years of fighting drunk drivers, Alexa’s Team asks: What about pot?

As marijuana legalization looms, police are worried that impaired driving fatalities could spike

Boaters and floaters advised to stay off water in South Okanagan-Similkameen

The RDOS is asking residents and visitors to be mindful of their boating activities

Accident stalls traffic in Summerland

An early morning motor vehicle incident in Summerland

B.C. high school girls go braless to protest dress code

A group of Princeton, B.C. students went braless in protest after being directed to cover up bra straps