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Replanting at Eneas Creek

Hearts and Hands conference to celebrate health care assistants

The Victoria-based WorkSafeBC conference is happening in Penticton on Oct. 17

Okanagan College looks to reduce natural gas consumption

The college’s natural gas consumption has dropped 51.7 per cent in a decade

Police investigate alleged arson at Toronto hotel housing asylum seekers

Police believe the fire was started intentionally, but they have not spelled out a possible motive

Okanagan feline foster families helping AlleyCATS

A Penticton family has opened their homes to kittens for AlleyCATS Alliance

UPDATE: Explosive materials were inside sharps container at B.C. tent city

Nanaimo RCMP say fireworks components being placed inside needle disposal box was ‘nothing malicious’

Jay Inslee lowers pressure on Trans Mountain pipeline opposition

Washington governor feels heat at home for oil refinery expansion

Man dies after vehicle crashes into house in Kelowna

The man was ejected from the vehicle after hitting a house on Cadder Avenue

High demand: Hiring undocumented B.C. construction workers even hurts those who obey rules

Consequences of hiring workers illegally exceed risks taken by workers and companies that hire them

  • Oct 11th, 2018

Enbridge says it will begin B.C. pipeline cleanup but gives no timeline

Tuesday’s incident has led to many being forced to limit natural gas use across the province

First Nations, federal and B.C. provincial governments sign new treaty agreement

Treaty negotiations memorandum of understanding was signed Saturday at a ceremony in the Leq’a:mel community by the chiefs from the six First Nations of the Sto:lo Xwexwilmexw Treaty Association

University opens 2 new innovation hubs in B.C.

New hub located in the city’s Innovation Centre

B.C. nanny facing new charges of child pornography

Offence in Saanich in 2017 leads to new charges

Police probe allegations of voter fraud in 4 B.C. cities

Surrey, Richmond, Burnaby and Vancouver all dealing with allegations of voter interference

‘Lock it up’: B.C. doctor warns parents planning to cook up cannabis edibles

Children are more vulnerable to negative reactions to cannabis due to their size, and newness to its effects, Dr. Tom Kosatsky says

Annual Tanzania soup fundraiser returns for Princess Margaret and Penticton Secondary School

Staff and students from both schools assembled 2,000 dry soup mix packages to sell