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Climate change expert has two Kootenay stops

James Hoggan speaks in Silverton, Nelson

  • May 28, 2018

After Hammy, another deer netted on the North Coast

A large buck was seen wearing green fish net headgear in Prince Rupert, B.C. on May 28

Redfish Elementary ready to celebrate outdoor classroom

Timber structure officially introduced on June 8

  • May 19, 2018
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Young mother’s death devastates Vancouver Island family

Father and three young children can’t access GoFundMe account established in mother’s name

VIDEO: Single mom from B.C. gives the gift of family to man from Spain

On May 1, Kara Erickson gave birth to Josep Cañadas’s baby girl, Cloe

Breast milk bank keeps B.C. babies healthy

One mother describes why she donates to the bank and why it’s important

Selkirk College’s Sweater Day was an energy saver

‘Small adjustment resulted in big savings’

  • May 12, 2018

Touching photo of dog at Lower Mainland funeral goes viral

People from around the world have seen the image of Sadie saying goodbye to her best friend, Andy.

Kootenay Studio Arts alumna reflects on ingredients for success

‘It’s more than just the skillset, it gave me the confidence.’

  • May 6, 2018

PLACE NAMES: Kemp Springs

Randall Kemp’s efforts to sell mineral water from a spring near Kaslo were mostly for naught

  • May 3, 2018

Richmond teen to represent BC Children’s Hospital for Jeans Day

Gabby will be jeaning up on May 3 at Vancouver Art Gallery

PLACE NAMES: Jewel Lake, Jacksonville, Jerram’s

Arthur Pelly envisioned a town at what was first called Long Lake, but it was a long shot

  • Apr 23, 2018

Woman sends support bags to cancer patients across province

Chilliwack woman’s efforts inspired by late mother-in-law’s generous spirit

Driving Change: A B.C. man’s charitable trip across Canada

A Kelowna man, his bus, and his mission for positive change across our country

VIDEO: Work is play for this B.C. avalanche rescue dog

CARDA certified Joss’s Job is to save lives — but to her, it’s all a game

VIDEO: 2 young B.C. pals spearhead autism awareness campaign

Two boys with autism spearhead campaign at Langley’s Dorothy Peacock Elementary

Selkirk College Digital Arts & New Media program students set to dazzle

It’s an annual springtime visual feast that showcases the best output by students.

  • Apr 6, 2018

Trudeau says Trans Mountain pipeline will go through

Prime Minister tells British Columbians that Canada is building a strong economy and being responsible to the environment

Do you have what it takes to be Miss BC?

‘It’s one of those adventures in life. Try something, try new things.’