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Injured humpback whale spotted near Comox

Fresh gash on juvenile possibly caused by boat prop

Armstrong hosts B.C. 4H riders

PHOTOS: Horse trails at the Okanagan Stock Show

Conservation investigating video of kids feeding bears in B.C.

The Vancouver-area family were allegedly seen handing out food though an open window of a home

Anti-smoking protest giving woman the creeps

Dead snake, motor oil, rotting seafood among items left on rock where woman takes cigarette break

Seal pup rescued off B.C. coast is active and growing

Bazzite was found as an abandoned newborn on Vancouver Island

Youth organization hopes B.C. schools will incorporate its anti-porn curriculum

Designed by the Youth Well-Being Project, the curriculum was designed to encourage healthy sexuality

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'Yoga with piggies' is more about the animals than yoga
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VIDEO: Cute bear cubs playing in pool

Orphaned brother and sister cared for at Critter Care facility

Site C opposition gets boost from book

Damming the Peace tour in Nelson on July 17

  • Jul 1st, 2018

Fernie Outdoor Rink becomes multi-purpose

Dust off your hockey sticks, Fernie, the outdoor rink is soon to be back in use.

Pigs crash yoga class in B.C.

First it was goats, now it’s pigs — you can get downward dog with the whole farm in Aldergrove

Canoe journey honouring salmon and tribal traditions takes on new significance

Columbia River Treaty negotiations start without indigenous input

  • Jun 24th, 2018

Flocking to the Crowsnest

How a 159-year-old translation error has shaped the communities of Highway 3

  • Jun 24th, 2018

Family raises money for B.C. man burned in campfire mishap

Harold Duncan-Williams suffered first, second and third degree burns when his shirt caught on fire

VIDEO: Kootenay students shave their heads for cancer charity

Molly Thomson and Solana Lam raised approximately $1,000

Syrian refugee graduates from Selkirk College

Rahaf Zwayne has completed the Hotel and Resort Management program

Signs mark Japanese Canadian internment history in Kootenays

Three signs have been installed in Kaslo, New Denver and Slocan

New Selkirk carpentry shop opens this fall

‘This new is as good as it gets’

  • Jun 18th, 2018

Start reading now for August 7 meeting in Nelson

Book club has drop-in to discuss Scarborough

  • Jun 17th, 2018

Nine-year-old launches recycling business in northwest B.C.

With no curb-side pick up recycling in Prince Rupert, one young boy found his niche

Free fishing allowed for Family Fishing Weekend

Most fishing is being offered for free this weekend in recognition of a celebrated family tradition