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167391news1Multiple RCMP vehicles swarm Kelowna gas station
167389news2Atmospheric river puts more than 100 homes on evacuation alert in Hope
167385news3Princeton ‘as ready as it can be’ for the next 24 hours
167379news4South coast cities record wettest fall on record as atmospheric river drenches B.C.
167371news5Kelowna RCMP search for the owner of a stolen tool box
167369news6Masks must be worn at in-person worship services in B.C., Dr. Henry says
167383news7Okanagan College elects new board chairs
167367news8Alberta confirms its first case of Omicron COVID-19 variant in a traveller
167359news9COVID-19 gathering rules being eased for Interior Health region
167355news10B.C. sees 358 more COVID-19 cases Tuesday, 300 in hospital
167363news11More than $1B needed to clear surgical backlogs: Canadian Medical Association
167357news12What we know so far about COVID-19’s Omicron variant, as it arrives in Canada
167352news13Northern, Interior kids will wait until tomorrow for storm-delayed COVID vaccines
167348news15T-bone collision closes Highway 97 in Penticton
167346news16Resistance activities continue on Northwest pipeline construction site, police make 2 more arrests
167344news17Former Okanagan store owner ordered to pay $99K for sexual harassment
167342news18Fraser Valley Regional District says applications for B.C.’s help on floods ‘unanswered for days’
167340news19Former Armstrong store owner ordered to pay $99K for sexual harassment
167361news20No wait at B.C. border as PCR test requirement removed for short trips
167336news21Penticton RCMP looking for rightful owner of undisclosed amount of cash
167334news22More B.C. highway closures announced in anticipation of heavy rains
167332news23Flood watch remains for areas near Princeton
167330news24UPDATE: Vernon woman missing for nearly a week found
167328news25Non-U.S. air travellers must take COVID test, isolate as feds try to slow Omicron spread
167326news26B.C. reports first case of COVID-19 Omicron variant, in isolation
167323news27Floodwaters turned Okanagan River back towards Osoyoos Lake
167319news28Spikebelt stops Spallumcheen suspect in police chase
167317news29Big White apologizes for calls to open highway for tourist traffic
167313news30Children in Interior Health are eligible for vaccines
167311news31Snow-melt, rain to increase B.C. flood risk as 3rd storm moves in
167304news32Canadian, U.S. law enforcement seize 4 kg of meth encased in painting en route to Australia
167302news33Two trucking companies serving Vancouver port threaten to strike Friday
167300news34G7 health ministers closely monitoring new Omicron variant of COVID-19
167298news35‘I definitely feel cheated’: Former students suing deceased Calgary teacher, board
167286news36This northern B.C. town is leading the way in net-zero energy homes
167282news3797% of B.C. public service employees fully vaccinated against COVID following mandate
167278news38Better Business Bureau’s ‘Naughty List’ warns B.C. residents of holiday scams
167275news39Raccoon drags leg trap around for days, dies at B.C. wild animal rehab centre
167271news40One of B.C.’s youngest councillors wants voting age pushed to 16
167273news41Are you this dog’s owner? BC SPCA looking out for dog displaced during Abbotsford flooding
167269news42UPDATE: Missing Vernon woman found safe minutes after RCMP announcement
167265news43BC Ferries unveils Indigenous design for next Salish Class vessel
167255news44No Omicron-specific restrictions planned as B.C. tests 200+ travellers from affected regions
166523news45Penticton goes another year without the Santa Parade
167251news46Unvaccinated travellers barred from planes and passenger trains as of today
167247news47Canada introduces beefed-up bill banning conversion therapy outright
167245news48British Columbia braces for third ‘atmospheric river’ after recent floods
167243news49Hostage freed, suspect dead after man flees into Edmonton home after bank robbery
167228news50Osoyoos artist’s life’s work stolen during home break-in
167224news51VIDEO: Homes lost, road wiped out due to rising river near Hope after days of rain
167222news52Exporters face logistical nightmare as CN yet to restore service to Vancouver port
167220news53Vernon council favours 6.88 per cent budget hike
167216news54Yukon’s illicit overdose death toll now highest in Canada: coroner
167211news55Boy, 14, arrested after woman and her dog stabbed in Vancouver
167208news56Kelowna RCMP recover handguns and $20k in stolen audio equipment
167206news57Contractors pulled after Old Growth Revylution blocks Akolkolex Forest Service Road
167201news58Vancouver Canucks donate $250,000 to Princeton flood victims
167199news59B.C.’s daily COVID-19 infections fall below 300, but 11 deaths
167197news603rd atmospheric river to pummel central coast but strong rains coming to all of B.C.
167193news61VIDEO: Man with driving ban faces charges in spectacular Peachland crash
167195news62Impaired drivers keep North Okanagan RCMP busy
167191news63Quesnel pulp mill to shut down due to flooding and transportation issues
167189news64Northern B.C. MLA slams Leonardo DiCaprio for ‘misinformed’ support of pipeline opposition
167187news65B.C. extends gas rationing, state of emergency until Dec. 14 as Trans Mountain remains offline
167184news66Enjoy the great outdoors this winter with Outdoors West!
167182news67GoFundMe set up for victim of fiery truck collision on Highway 3
167180news682 Penticton and 2 Summerland schools report potential COVID-19 exposures
167177news69Turkeys expected to be pricier, harder to find this Christmas
167176news70Canada attends emergency G7 health meeting on Omicron variant
167172news71B.C. sets $10 fee for non-personal public information requests
167170news72Russian interpreter found for Hedley fatal crash trial
167167news73Penticton Mounties call for more surveillance cameras
167160news74B.C. local governments need help with flood control, Horgan says
167158news75Another fatal crash on Highway 3 near Princeton
167156news76Vernon stabbing believed targeted act: RCMP
167152news77Three die in fiery truck collision on Highway 3 near Princeton
167150news78Resident questions Salmon Arm council after Merritt’s sewage treatment plant floods
167144news79‘Tiger Dam’ being built on Highway 1 in Abbotsford to hold back floodwaters
167142news80‘Weather whiplash’ ahead as Canada enters winter, Weather Network says
167147news81Dogs trained to comfort nervous people, help kids get COVID-19 vaccines
167140news82B.C. set to use Alert Ready system when next storm strikes in days ahead
167138news83More Abbotsford evacuations as crews try to hold back Sumas River floodwaters
167134news84Regional district issues flood warning for Tulameen River Sunday night
167132news85UPDATE: Driver taken to hospital after single vehicle crash caused power outage
167128news86Hwy. 1 between Chilliwack and Abbotsford closed again due to flood threat
167121news87Omicron response should focus on global vaccine equity, not travel bans: scientists
167119news88Highway 3 east of Princeton starting to flood
167117news89UPDATE: Sumas, Wa., sounds flood siren, Nooksack River flowing over U.S. border into Abbotsford
167115news90Canada’s first 2 cases of Omicron COVID variant detected in Ontario
167107news91Ecologist concerned about Revelstoke forests despite expanded logging deferrals
167105news92Revelstoke Mountain Resort closed due to avalanche risk
167101news93Princeton on alert as river levels rise and could overflow their banks
167097news94Upcoming 3rd atmospheric river could be worst since 1st B.C storm 2 weeks ago: Farnworth
167093news95Peachland crash that closed Highway 97 caught on video
167089news96First Nations, regional district in B.C. working together to restore diverted Nechako River
167087news97India pushes renewed trade talks with Canada in aftermath of two Michaels China woes
167080news98Highway closed east of Revelstoke
167078news99New flood watches issued for Tulameen, Similkameen rivers as the rain continues to fall
167059news100COVID variant spreads to more countries as world on alert
167055news101Canadians to get biggest drop in gasoline prices since 2009 over COVID variant fears
167053news102Evacuation alerts, highway closures as more rain hammers southern B.C.
167048news103Stressful weekend weather watch on further Fraser Valley flooding
167027news104‘We are disappointed’: Osoyoos’ child care expansion project unable to proceed
167025news105Beloved Pen-Hi teacher Keith Allen has died
167023news106Princeton braces for another potential flood
167021news107Nooksack River expected to reach ‘moderate’ flood stage with weekend rain: City of Abbotsford
167015news108Traditional healing available to evacuees in Salmon Arm this weekend
167011news109Media experts agree action is needed, but urge caution on how streaming is regulated
167009news110‘Not like it normally is’: Black Friday shoppers hunt for deals
167007news111Systemic racism in policing across B.C. demands reform says Human Rights Commissioner
166994news112B.C., Ottawa to match flood relief donations to Canadian Red Cross
166989news113B.C. health officials report 341 new COVID cases, issue statement on Omicron variant
166987news114Hwy. 3, 99 and parts of Hwy. 1 to close over weekend as heavy rainfall sparks slide concerns
166983news115UPDATE: Chilliwack man reported missing dies in car crash in Texas
166981news116Keremeos to hold public hearing on OCP and zoning updates
166972news117Environment Canada issues ‘red alert’ with 3 atmospheric rivers in the forecast
166970news118Fraser Valley milk production returns, B.C. ranchers pitch in
166968news119Liberals push sick leave, crack down on health-care worker harassment in single bill
166966news120U.S. FDA says Merck COVID pill effective, experts will review safety
166953news121Highway 1 to re-open east of Golden Dec. 1
166974news122Okanagan avoids red alert rainfall warning
166947news123Interior Health planning COVID clinics in rural areas
166945news124Police watchdog investigating after man injured following arrest in Enderby
166940news125Black Press Media Weekly Roundup: Top headlines this week
166936news126Winter storm warning on Highway 1 from Eagle Pass to Rogers Pass
166934news127‘It’s my life’s work’: B.C. fruit and vegetable growers face uncertainty after floods
167003news128Rise in identity theft: North Okanagan RCMP
166929news129PM Justin Trudeau lands in Abbotsford to tour flooded areas
166927news130Cariboo Regional District approves disposal of animal carcasses from B.C. flood zone
166985news131Okanagan cannabis retailers feel ‘squeezed out’ by illicit operators, public stores: survey
166923news132Man charged with attempted murder after shots fired at Vanderhoof police, sparking lockdown
166921news133Freeland says Canada may retaliate against U.S. softwood lumber duty rate
166919news134Amita Kuttner says party must stop infighting, focus on environmental issues
166915news135‘Miracle’ survivor found in aftermath of Siberian coal mine explosion
166913news136Canadian Medical Association president fields COVID questions from Okanagan parents
166910news137‘It almost killed me’: B.C. trucker on a long road to recovery from COVID-19
166907news138Evacuation order issued for Electoral Area H along Tulameen River
166905news139CN close to Fraser Canyon reopening, Highway 1 access target mid-January
166899news140Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen rescinds evacuation order for Riverside Estates
166895news141COVID-19 variant prompts ban on travellers from southern Africa
166891news142VERNON VOTES: Small turnout for day 2 of advance polls
166889news143Former B.C. driving instructor dies days after Crown says sex assault charges won’t be laid
166883news144UPDATE: Highway 3 incident past Princeton estimated to be clear by midnight
166881news145Vernon woman missing for nearly a week
166874news146A look at B.C.’s connection to a historic wartime picture
166869news147‘I don’t want us to be forgotten’: B.C. Hwy 8 residents could face years of flood recovery
166871news148Some CERB recipients set to get notices that they owe feds some of the aid
166861news149Liberals, NDP pass motion to resume hybrid format in House of Commons
166859news150B.C. grants Cullen Commission six more months to file money laundering report
166848news151Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to tour flooded Sumas Prairie on Friday
166846news152Black nurses in B.C. face `entrenched and pervasive’ racism, survey finds
166844news153Emissions reduction fund poorly designed, misleads on emissions cuts: audit
166842news154MP to fight Liberal plan to axe charity status for anti-abortion pregnancy centres
166836news155B.C. reports 424 more COVID-19 cases Thursday, 3 deaths
166831news156Central Okanagan records 38% decline in COVID-19 cases
166829news157David Suzuki apologizes for remark on pipelines being “blown up” over climate change
166825news158Heavily damaged Coquihalla expected to re-open in late January
166827news159Extreme wildfire weather increasing around the globe, research says
166821news160Rocks blocking lane of Highway 1 east of Chase
166823news161Assembly of First Nations announces 13 delegates to meet Pope Francis at the Vatican
166816news162Accused Penticton bomber makes first appearance in court
166814news163Additional Princeton properties put on evacuation alert
166850news164Morning Start: The heaviest turkey in the world weighed 86 lb
166808news165‘Stay out of any floodwater’: Experts offer safety advice for remediation work
166800news166BC Rent Bank sees daily applications triple in first day after province-wide roll out
166797news167Dog attack at West Kelowna park results in 2 dogs seized
166795news168Tesla charging station open for travelers in Osoyoos
166792news169VIDEO: Highway 1 reopens to the Fraser Valley
166790news170VIDEO: Suspect arrested in Vanderhoof after active shooter sparks city-wide lockdown
166788news171Princeton Flood Relief Fund raises $167k in less than a week
166781news172Europe’s Christmas markets warily open as COVID cases rise
166778news173Hope and faith: Salmon Arm couple get home safely with appreciation for community spirit
166775news174South Korea to launch task force on banning dog meat
166773news175SPCA ‘hopping’ to find rabbit foster homes in Vernon
166771news176VERNON VOTES: 202 ballots cast in day one of advance polls
166769news177Provinces take issue with proposed federal mental health transfer
166764news178Trial for prison escapees accused of murdering Greater Victoria man moved to Vancouver
166767news179Police, family appeal for help in finding vulnerable man, missing in West Kelowna
166760news180More scrutiny needed of TikTok’s reach, influence on public health: B.C. researchers
166758news181B.C. Highway 8 may be worst hit, major routes highest priority
166756news182COVID-19 cases tick up in Penticton and Summerland
166753news1831 dead, 2 taken to hospital after collision that closed Hwy 5 near Barriere
166740news184Old-growth forest marchers in Victoria demand logging moratorium
166736news185B.C. families rally in Victoria against changes to support for children with autism
166734news186Trudeau: Climate change here, impact devastating, aggressive action needed
166732news187UPDATED: Parts of Atlantic Canada cleaning up after three days of heavy rain and wind
166730news188Astrophysicist Amita Kuttner chosen as interim leader of Green Party of Canada
166715news189One man taken into custody after tear gas deployed during RCMP standoff in Kelowna
166709news190No charges to be laid against former Victoria and Quesnel driving instructor Steve Wallace
166706news191Cargo safe after vessel runs aground during strong winds in Prince Rupert Harbour
166704news192B.C.’s 5 paid sick days fall short of ask for some; criticized as ‘gut punch’ by small business
166702news193Keremeos’ Sunset Motel seeks residential rezoning
166698news194Vancouver man fined $6K for killing deer with a crossbow in downtown Princeton
166700news195Summerland council to revisit scope of solar project
166696news196Armed forces fill sandbags in Princeton, against threat of another flood
166694news197B.C. reviewing responsibility for orphaned dikes such as those near Keremeos, Princeton
166690news198MPs to hold emergency debate Wednesday on B.C. floods, climate change
166692news1991 Vernon, 1 North Okanagan and 12 Kelowna-area schools with COVID-19 exposure
166688news200B.C. records 9 more deaths, 322 new COVID-19 infections Wednesday
166684news201Vancouver mayor wants a climate levy in the city’s 2022 budget
166682news202Liberals introduce bill with targeted pandemic aid for businesses, workers
166678news203Person dies after semi and pickup collide on Highway 97 north of Quesnel
166674news204All arrested at Coastal GasLink pipeline blockade released under conditions
166723news205Morning Start: The smallest mobile nightclub in the world is 1.88 metres high
166672news206B.C. teachers’ union leader welcomes vaccination clinics at schools
166666news207New detail added to description of suspect in October assault of girl in Chase
166668news208B.C. officials urge residents to prep for more storms, say food supply is stable
166670news209Vernon police seek public’s help in search for wanted man
166663news210Vernon RCMP try to ID man who allegedly broke into home through pet door
166659news211Opinions mixed on short-term rental units in Summerland
166657news212Coast Guard hovercraft hits sailboat during Salt Spring Island medevac mission
166654news213TC Energy seeks to recoup costs from U.S. for cancelled Keystone XL pipeline project
166652news214Woman back in Canada with young daughter after years in Syrian prison camps
166650news215‘There’s nowhere to put them’: Nunavut community still without morgue
166676news216Dogs seized from North Okanagan kennel owner won’t be returned by SPCA
166649news217Environmentalists threaten Alberta Premier Kenney with lawsuit over inquiry remarks
166646news218Highway 1 four-laning project east of Revelstoke complete
166645news219Incoming storms expected to bring outages, rising waters: BC Hydro
166633news220Summer wildfires spark need for FireSmart work in Vernon
166638news221Animal adoptions offered half-off to help B.C.’s displaced pets: SPCA
166618news222Merritt evacuee thankful for support from Kelowna
166616news223Peachland man on way to Victoria still missing after Hwy. 99 landslide
166612news224Chase RCMP find dog missing from Prince George about 600 kilometres away
166610news225Soldiers deployed to Princeton for flood relief
166606news2263 men found guilty of killing Ahmaud Arbery
166592news227‘It was devastating’: B.C. woman shares story of flood damage to family farm
166590news228Winter Storm warning in effect from Eagle Pass to Rogers Pass
166584news229COVID-19 shots arriving Monday for B.C. 5- to 11-year-olds
166567news230Conservatives say virtual Commons proceedings allow government to dodge scrutiny
166545news231Interior Health issues drug supply advisory for the Okanagan region
166543news232B.C. records 324 more COVID-19 cases, one death Tuesday
166541news233Penticton council grants $10k for Pathways counseling services
166537news234Canada must strengthen critical infrastructure for future extreme weather: Blair
166529news235CN rail traffic in southern B.C. to resume Wednesday after mudslides
166527news236COVID-19 recovery top priority in throne speech, but GG provides little detail
166556news237Morning Start: A Youtuber chugged a 2 L bottle of soda in under 20 seconds
166521news238Shuswap dairy needs milk bottles returned after increasing production to meet demand
166512news239Fundraiser launched for B.C. couple whose home was swept down Nicola River
166510news240No pause for Lake-to-Lake Bike lane in Penticton
166506news241Kelowna International Airport to increase parking fees in January
166504news242Lawyer: Brian Laundrie fatally shot himself in the head
166491news243Parkland moves to pause B.C. refinery operations due to Trans Mountain pipeline shutdown
166485news244UPDATE: Fundraiser for B.C. toddler who lost parents in mudslide, who had just left Okanagan resort
166483news245North Okanagan-Shuswap school district opens doors to flood evacuees
166477news246B.C. residents can buy essential goods in U.S., return without PCR test: CBSA
166519news247Vernon lights the way to less pollution
166473news248Public ideas sought for new Vernon park
166469news249B.C. researchers, advocates consider impacts of catastrophic flooding on Fraser River salmon
166465news250Be sure you’re registered for COVID-19 boosters, B.C. seniors advised
166463news251Arrested journalists released with conditions as northwest B.C. pipeline dispute plays out in court
166456news252Penticton and Merritt will play make-up game Friday, Nov. 26
166454news253Semi spill closes Highway 5A north of Princeton
166445news254B.C. senior who went to U.S. to buy gas hit with $5,700 fine
166443news255Some B.C. evacuees to be allowed to return home, key railway corridor to reopen
166439news256Short, no-surprise throne speech expected to recap Liberal election promises
166436news257B.C. counts 10 more deaths over weekend from COVID-19
166430news258Margarita’s miracle baby - Abbotsford cow gives birth at former home farm
166424news259Seniors, hospital dialysis patients transferred out of B.C. flood zones
166416news260Tories, NDP call for House of Commons to have emergency debate on B.C. floods
166408news261UPDATE: Interior Health COVID-19 restrictions under consideration
166387news262Man rescued from floodwaters after abandoning car on Highway 1 in Abbotsford
166400news263Golden musician hits #1 on Canadian Indie Country Music charts
166385news264‘Atmospheric rivers’ are the new hurricanes, rating system coming
166383news265UPDATE: New washout closes Highway 3 between Hope and Princeton
166376news266Rollover traps two north of Vernon
166352news267No vaccinations needed for voting in Vernon byelection
166347news268Penticton Vees return to the ice after a week of postponements across BCHL
166345news269Assistance available to those affected by flooding in Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen
166340news270Body found in Kelowna park not suspicious
166336news271UBCO study examines e-scooter popularity in Kelowna
166318news272UPDATE: RCMP locate missing Vernon man
166308news273SUV driver who left 5 dead at Wisconsin parade crash may have been fleeing a crime: police
166306news274New Parliament opens looking a lot like the old one, facing same issues
166280news275Abbotsford mayor cautiously optimistic but city bracing for more rain ahead
166268news276Section of Hwy. 1 between Chilliwack, Hope opens to essential traffic only
166244news277Princeton’s water system hanging - literally - by a fire hose
166233news278PHOTOS: Royal Canadian Air Force arrives in Abbotsford to help shore up flood fight
166212news279EXCLUSIVE: Ground zero shows flooding of Hwy. 1 in the Fraser Valley
166210news280Princeton volunteers determined to knock on every single door to ensure wellness
166208news281Okanagan Indian Band to purchase O’Keefe Range lands for $26.8 million
166198news282RCMP arrest 15 more opponents of northern B.C. pipeline project
166195news283Evacuation alert issued for Manning Park, Eastgate and San Ang areas due to flooding
166191news284Kelowna schools collaborate to grow produce for local charities, families
166187news285Transport Canada issues order banning boats from B.C. flood areas, effective immediately
166185news286Compactor fire behind Kelowna HomeSense deemed suspicious
166183news287UPDATE: Hwy 7 closured canceled, controlled travel resumes
166173news288Penticton business excellence winners announced at Starry Night gala
166170news289Plume of smoke seen in Penticton Friday night
166124news290B.C. sees 497 new cases of COVID-19
166122news291Recycle BC announces temporary suspension of glass and foam packaging
166102news292Social media scams prompt warning from North Okanagan RCMP
166110news293Drivers stuck on coast as B.C. highway closures leave Vernon trucking companies in a rut
166095news294Kelowna man arrested for allegedly breaching court conditions, stealing motorbike
166091news295Ottawa to drop need for COVID-19 test after short-term U.S. visits as of Nov. 30
166084news296Vehicles abandoned in Hwy 7 mudslides available for pickup in Agassiz: MOTI
166082news297Animal feed airlift coming to flooded Fraser Valley farms, minister says
166080news298Petition against vaccine mandate for Vernon school staff has close to 1,000 signatures
166078news299Black Press Media Weekly Roundup: Top headlines this week
166072news300RCMP asks Princeton residents to make wellness checks on neighbours
166074news301City of Penticton invites residents to help draft food security plan
166066news302Lost dog hops into North Okanagan RCMP car
166060news303Crews clear vehicles stranded on Hwy 7 early Friday morning
166058news304Highway damage to delay utility bills and increase local traffic in Penticton
166054news305Kyle Rittenhouse cleared of all charges in Kenosha shootings
166052news306Evacuated Merritt family asking for help after losing home to floodwaters
166045news307VIDEO: Volunteers dry off soaked calves who stood for hours in Fraser Valley floods
166041news308Floods another blow for restaurants in B.C. Interior, operators and advocates say
166039news309More military deployments amid B.C. flooding state of emergency
166033news310Bowing to protests, India’s prime minister agrees to repeal farm laws
166037news311Trudeau calls Three Amigos summit ‘extremely effective,’ but Biden unmoved on EVs
166029news312B.C. sending helicopters to deliver water to flooded farms: agriculture minister
166008news313COVID-19 vaccinations required for parents at Vernon pool
166001news314Four days after the Princeton flood, in photos: The aftermath
165987news315Contract awarded for Campbell Mountain landfill near Penticton
165983news3169 more deaths, 468 new COVID-19 infections in B.C. Thursday
165979news317Coquihalla drivers warned of ‘pooling water’ before washouts
165975news318Former Kelowna pastor charged with 16 sexual offences
165971news319Alberta coal policy panel accused of bias, U.S. influence in letters to ministers
166016news320Morning Start: The world’s longest basketball game lasted 5 days
165964news321B.C. Alert Ready phone text system ready next spring, minister says
165973news322Penticton fuel distributor comes to rescue of stranded guests at Manning Park Resort
165961news323Kelowna mayor thanks volunteers, offers support for those impacted by B.C. storm
165966news324Summerland’s October building permits worth $3.6M
165960news32592 per cent of Vernon school staff vaccinated: survey
165945news326‘We must avoid hoarding groceries’: Vernon Mayor
166719news327Crash impacts Highway 97C near Logan Lake, evacuees told to avoid
165935news328Police watchdog not recommending charges in attempted Sicamous traffic stop
165933news329Flood relief fund established for Princeton
165954news330COVID-19 cases stay steady in South Okanagan Similkameen
165928news331Mandatory COVID vaccines for private practitioners are coming: B.C. health officials
165956news332Feedback sought for South Okanagan Similkameen transit plan
165926news333Man allegedly tries to steal basket of machetes from Kelowna store
165920news334Flooding stranded Tulameen residents for days
165918news335Flooding continues to affect Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen
165916news336Heavy traffic on Hwy 7 as single-lane traffic opens in Hope area
165912news337B.C. bolsters Indigenous rights protection as land conflicts continue
165910news338600 pigs and more than 100 dogs rescued from Interior B.C. flood zones
165914news339Highway 97 through Penticton will see huge spike in traffic
165907news340Evacuation alert issued for Tulameen and Coalmont
165904news341UPDATE: Highway 97 cleared north of Vernon
165902news342RCMP clear Coastal GasLink pipeline blockade
166721news343Flurries fall on the Okanagan
165898news344Number of sites, looming winter, complicate ‘unprecedented’ B.C. highway repairs
165896news345Private Canadian astronaut gears up for ‘pain’ experiments in space
165888news346Fire breaks out on Canadian warship off coast of Norway while leading NATO force
165877news347600 evacuated in Abbotsford as mayor worries about forecasted rain, floodwaters from U.S.
165875news3482 sites proposed for new Summerland pool
165873news349Princeton mayor: ‘Let’s all not shower at once’
165863news350Coastal GasLink, elected Wet’suwet’en council call for resolution to conflict
165861news351First members of military contingent arrive in B.C. to assist with flood recovery
165823news352Police activity decreases in Oliver and Osoyoos
165779news353Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen coordinates to assist flooded communities
165758news354Summerland sees increase in violent crimes
167365business1Lululemon sues Peloton over ‘copy-cat’ workout apparel
167296business2Statistics Canada says GDP grew at 5.4% annual rate in Q3
167253business3Salmon Arm’s Zest opens doors for food innovation and production
167123business4Two Dragons make offer to Lake Country businessman
167091business5Banking’s shift to cloud gathers steam as pandemic and fintechs spur faster adoption
167040business6New virtual pop-up shop boosts Okanagan women in business
166979business7B.C. ski resorts prepare for holiday cancellations due to highway closures
166885business8Pandemic-battered B.C. small businesses say they can’t afford sick pay
166879business9BC Ferries reports record-breaking summer vehicle traffic
166867business10Black Friday arrives with little fanfare as stores launch sales ahead of retail event
166857business11Brewery in Oliver breaking barriers, releasing new experimental beer
166786business12Canadians to spend big on holidays, return to shopping malls, multiple surveys find
166680business13U.S. doubles softwood lumber ‘dumping’ duties on B.C. producers
166643business14Alta. oilpatch recruiting in Maritimes again as drilling set to rise in 2022
166640business15B.C. requires 5 days a year of paid sick days starting in 2022
166614business16B.C.’s sweeping forest changes pushed through over MLA objections
166582business17Depth of Black Friday discounts depends on resiliency of retailers’ supply chains
166533business18Telus says Rogers takeover of Shaw would harm competition, urges CRTC to reject
166316business19B.C. deficit shrinks as economy, taxation recovery continues
166128business20UPDATE: Natural disasters leave Vernon TacoTime opening date in limbo
167377sports1Penticton Vees back to 100 per cent capacity as restrictions ease in B.C.
167321sports2BCHL adds additional home game to the Penticton Vees’ schedule
167284sports3BCHL taking out-of-conference games off the schedule for rest of 2021-22 season
167234sports4Garland nets winner as Canucks beat Habs 2-1 to snap 4-game losing skid
167214sports5Bruins forward Marchand suspended 3 games for slew-footing Canuck
167174sports6Travel restrictions amid Omicron variant strand Canadian field hockey team
167130sports7Marchand sparks comeback as Bruins rally to edge Vancouver Canucks 3-2
167099sports8Vernon’s Vasek Pospisil, Canada out of Davis Cup finals
167063sports9Newly-weds tie the knot at West Kelowna Warriors BCHL game
167057sports10Canada’s comeback falls just short as Mexico wins women’s soccer friendly 2-1
167046sports11Kelowna Rockets rookie Andrew Cristall ‘honoured’ to represent Team Canada
167017sports12Penticton Vees win again, cruise to 8-0 victory in return to home ice
166996sports13Merzlikins stops 39 shots, Blue Jackets beat sagging Canucks 4-2
166957sports14Brodie Seger, Jack Crawford lead rebuilding Canadian men’s downhill ski team
166893sports15Okanagan tennis player and Canada teammates fall 3-0 in Davis Cup opener
166887sports16Penticton Vees complete three-team trade, acquire Owen Simpson from Coquitlam
166833sports17Canadian women’s rugby sevens team opens new World Series season in Dubai
166750sports18BCHL adds 24 skaters, 8 goaltenders to online all-star ballot
166711sports19Penguins push winning streak to 4, cruise to 4-1 win over reeling Vancouver Canucks
166535sports20Continuing to battle lung cancer, Habs great Lafleur also striving to raise awareness
166458sports21BCHL coaches determine initial 18 skaters for three-on-three all-star tournament
166456sports22Penticton and Merritt will play make-up game Friday, Nov. 26
166452sports23Flooding fallout forces BCHL to postpone more games
166406sports24Big White delays opening day
166347sports25Penticton Vees return to the ice after a week of postponements across BCHL
166025sports26Canadian rugby sevens captain Ghislaine Landry calls an end to stellar career
165977sports27‘Sprung into action’: Princeton Posse players shift focus, help community
165937sports28BCHL postpones 8 games, including Penticton Vees Friday game
165871sports29BCHL postpones eight games due to flooding
167136life4Secrets and lives with Tracy Arden
166865life5Complete Windows is clearly created for success
166565life6From Group of 7 to Nouveau 7
166302life7A passion for Habitat for Humanity
167241opinion1Giving Tuesday : The world’s largest generosity movement
167226opinion2COLUMN: Commercials fall short of portraying a positive workplace
167165opinion3MALCOLMSON: B.C. expects feds to ‘make our application a priority’ on drug decriminalization
167044opinion4EDITORIAL: Keep your head above water - take care of your mental health
167005opinion5Column: COVID vaccine a matter of faith
166840opinion6Vernon university women’s group advocates for change
166802opinion7TAYLOR: Starting anew with a breathless hush
166686opinion8COLUMN: Considering in-person or hybrid Parliament meetings
166596opinion9LETTER: More B.C. land must be protected
166434opinion10Opinion: Governments need to adjust to ongoing extreme climate change weather events
166259opinion11Letter: Penticton Chamber faces criticism for choice in Business Leader of the Year Award
165799opinion12COLUMN: Preparing for emergencies
167385home1Princeton ‘as ready as it can be’ for the next 24 hours
167377home3Penticton Vees back to 100 per cent capacity as restrictions ease in B.C.
167383home4Okanagan College elects new board chairs
167359home5COVID-19 gathering rules being eased for Interior Health region
167352home6Northern, Interior kids will wait until tomorrow for storm-delayed COVID vaccines
167332home8Flood watch remains for areas near Princeton
167323home9Floodwaters turned Okanagan River back towards Osoyoos Lake
167321home10BCHL adds additional home game to the Penticton Vees’ schedule
167313home11Children in Interior Health are eligible for vaccines
167306home12Get ready to welcome back Oliver’s Light Up on Friday, Dec. 3
166523home13Penticton goes another year without the Santa Parade
167228home14Osoyoos artist’s life’s work stolen during home break-in
167241home15Giving Tuesday : The world’s largest generosity movement
167201home16Vancouver Canucks donate $250,000 to Princeton flood victims
167193home17VIDEO: Man with driving ban faces charges in spectacular Peachland crash
167180home182 Penticton and 2 Summerland schools report potential COVID-19 exposures
167170home19Russian interpreter found for Hedley fatal crash trial
167226home20COLUMN: Commercials fall short of portraying a positive workplace
167167home21Penticton Mounties call for more surveillance cameras
167158home22Another fatal crash on Highway 3 near Princeton
167152home23Three die in fiery truck collision on Highway 3 near Princeton
167134home24Regional district issues flood warning for Tulameen River Sunday night
167119home25Highway 3 east of Princeton starting to flood
167095home26Column: Christmas shopping for the astronomer
166998home27Keremeos Legion gathering donations for Christmas hampers
167101home28Princeton on alert as river levels rise and could overflow their banks
167103home29Over $73K raised at OSNS’s Share a Smile Telethon in Penticton
167083home30The most wonderful time of the year: Penticton’s Santa Rec Run a success on Saturday
167078home31New flood watches issued for Tulameen, Similkameen rivers as the rain continues to fall
167072home32QUIZ: How much do you know about transportation?
167027home33‘We are disappointed’: Osoyoos’ child care expansion project unable to proceed
167025home34Beloved Pen-Hi teacher Keith Allen has died
167023home35Princeton braces for another potential flood
167040home36New virtual pop-up shop boosts Okanagan women in business
167017home37Penticton Vees win again, cruise to 8-0 victory in return to home ice
167000home38Summerland had ski hill in 1940s and 1950s
166987home39Hwy. 3, 99 and parts of Hwy. 1 to close over weekend as heavy rainfall sparks slide concerns
166981home40Keremeos to hold public hearing on OCP and zoning updates
166977home41A disaster changes everything, personally
166979home42B.C. ski resorts prepare for holiday cancellations due to highway closures
167005home43Column: COVID vaccine a matter of faith
166951home44Documentary to be filmed at Penticton Museum’s next Brown Bag Lecture
166974home45Okanagan avoids red alert rainfall warning
166947home46Interior Health planning COVID clinics in rural areas
166985home47Okanagan cannabis retailers feel ‘squeezed out’ by illicit operators, public stores: survey
166883home48UPDATE: Highway 3 incident past Princeton estimated to be clear by midnight
166907home49Evacuation order issued for Electoral Area H along Tulameen River
166899home50Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen rescinds evacuation order for Riverside Estates
166887home51Penticton Vees complete three-team trade, acquire Owen Simpson from Coquitlam
166838home52RDOS seeking community input on new design for Similkameen Rec Centre
166825home53Heavily damaged Coquihalla expected to re-open in late January
166831home54Central Okanagan records 38% decline in COVID-19 cases
166816home55Accused Penticton bomber makes first appearance in court
166814home56Additional Princeton properties put on evacuation alert
166850home57Morning Start: The heaviest turkey in the world weighed 86 lb
166808home58‘Stay out of any floodwater’: Experts offer safety advice for remediation work
166795home59Tesla charging station open for travelers in Osoyoos
166788home60Princeton Flood Relief Fund raises $167k in less than a week
166762home61Meadowlark Nature Festival returning to the South Okanagan May 2022
166756home62COVID-19 cases tick up in Penticton and Summerland
166702home63Keremeos’ Sunset Motel seeks residential rezoning
166698home64Vancouver man fined $6K for killing deer with a crossbow in downtown Princeton
166696home65Armed forces fill sandbags in Princeton, against threat of another flood
166694home66B.C. reviewing responsibility for orphaned dikes such as those near Keremeos, Princeton
166686home67COLUMN: Considering in-person or hybrid Parliament meetings
166723home68Morning Start: The smallest mobile nightclub in the world is 1.88 metres high
166635home69Get into the holiday spirit with the Santa Rec Run in Penticton Saturday
166633home70Summer wildfires spark need for FireSmart work in Vernon
166610home71Soldiers deployed to Princeton for flood relief
166598home72Ignite the Arts Festival gets Penticton council’s blessing and funding
166596home73LETTER: More B.C. land must be protected
166545home74Interior Health issues drug supply advisory for the Okanagan region
166541home75Penticton council grants $10k for Pathways counseling services
166556home76Morning Start: A Youtuber chugged a 2 L bottle of soda in under 20 seconds
166510home77No pause for Lake-to-Lake Bike lane in Penticton
166493home78Owners of Tim Hortons South Okanagan make historic pledge to Penticton’s OSNS Legacy Foundation
166456home79Penticton and Merritt will play make-up game Friday, Nov. 26
166434home80Opinion: Governments need to adjust to ongoing extreme climate change weather events
166408home81UPDATE: Interior Health COVID-19 restrictions under consideration
166383home82UPDATE: New washout closes Highway 3 between Hope and Princeton
166347home83Penticton Vees return to the ice after a week of postponements across BCHL
166345home84Assistance available to those affected by flooding in Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen
166294home85Morning Start: Copper doorknobs are self-disinfecting
166259home86Letter: Penticton Chamber faces criticism for choice in Business Leader of the Year Award
166246home87QUIZ: In praise of medical professionals
166244home88Princeton’s water system hanging - literally - by a fire hose
166210home89Princeton volunteers determined to knock on every single door to ensure wellness
166253home90Okanagan Symphony Youth Orchestra performing live throughout the valley
166195home91Evacuation alert issued for Manning Park, Eastgate and San Ang areas due to flooding
166189home92Naramata Inn Holiday Light Up is tonight
166173home93Penticton business excellence winners announced at Starry Night gala
166170home94Plume of smoke seen in Penticton Friday night
166122home95Recycle BC announces temporary suspension of glass and foam packaging
166130home96Okanagan stage heats up with Indigenous designs and fire dancers
166076home97Battle of the Wines closes out the competition across the Okanagan
166074home98City of Penticton invites residents to help draft food security plan
166058home99Highway damage to delay utility bills and increase local traffic in Penticton
166069home100Penticton’s Tin Whistle Brewing raises over $1,000 in one night for Starfish Pack
166052home101Evacuated Merritt family asking for help after losing home to floodwaters
166041home102Floods another blow for restaurants in B.C. Interior, operators and advocates say
166001home103Four days after the Princeton flood, in photos: The aftermath
165997home104Penticton provides direction on how you can donate to flood victims
165987home105Contract awarded for Campbell Mountain landfill near Penticton
166016home106Morning Start: The world’s longest basketball game lasted 5 days
165973home107Penticton fuel distributor comes to rescue of stranded guests at Manning Park Resort
165954home108COVID-19 cases stay steady in South Okanagan Similkameen
165931home109Salvation Army launches emergency response in support of flood victims
165956home110Feedback sought for South Okanagan Similkameen transit plan
165920home111Flooding stranded Tulameen residents for days
165937home112BCHL postpones 8 games, including Penticton Vees Friday game
165918home113Flooding continues to affect Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen
165910home114600 pigs and more than 100 dogs rescued from Interior B.C. flood zones
165914home115Highway 97 through Penticton will see huge spike in traffic
165907home116Evacuation alert issued for Tulameen and Coalmont
166721home117Flurries fall on the Okanagan
165873home118Princeton mayor: ‘Let’s all not shower at once’
165799home119COLUMN: Preparing for emergencies
165779home120Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen coordinates to assist flooded communities
167391home21Multiple RCMP vehicles swarm Kelowna gas station
167389home22Atmospheric river puts more than 100 homes on evacuation alert in Hope
167379home23South coast cities record wettest fall on record as atmospheric river drenches B.C.
167374home24The Holiday Market returns to Prospera Place in Kelowna
167371home25Kelowna RCMP search for the owner of a stolen tool box
167369home26Masks must be worn at in-person worship services in B.C., Dr. Henry says
167367home27Alberta confirms its first case of Omicron COVID-19 variant in a traveller
167355home28B.C. sees 358 more COVID-19 cases Tuesday, 300 in hospital
167363home29More than $1B needed to clear surgical backlogs: Canadian Medical Association
167348home210T-bone collision closes Highway 97 in Penticton
167346home211Resistance activities continue on Northwest pipeline construction site, police make 2 more arrests
167344home212Former Okanagan store owner ordered to pay $99K for sexual harassment
167342home213Fraser Valley Regional District says applications for B.C.’s help on floods ‘unanswered for days’
167340home214Former Armstrong store owner ordered to pay $99K for sexual harassment
167361home215No wait at B.C. border as PCR test requirement removed for short trips
167338home216Vigils in Salmon Arm, Vernon to remember women killed in Montreal massacre
167336home217Penticton RCMP looking for rightful owner of undisclosed amount of cash
167334home218More B.C. highway closures announced in anticipation of heavy rains
167330home219UPDATE: Vernon woman missing for nearly a week found
167328home220Non-U.S. air travellers must take COVID test, isolate as feds try to slow Omicron spread
167326home221B.C. reports first case of COVID-19 Omicron variant, in isolation
167319home222Spikebelt stops Spallumcheen suspect in police chase
167317home223Big White apologizes for calls to open highway for tourist traffic
167315home224Weather alert in effect for Revelstoke
167311home225Snow-melt, rain to increase B.C. flood risk as 3rd storm moves in
167308home226BGC Okanagan kicks off Gift of Giving campaign with $22k in donations
167304home227Canadian, U.S. law enforcement seize 4 kg of meth encased in painting en route to Australia
167302home228Two trucking companies serving Vancouver port threaten to strike Friday
167300home229G7 health ministers closely monitoring new Omicron variant of COVID-19
167286home230This northern B.C. town is leading the way in net-zero energy homes
167282home23197% of B.C. public service employees fully vaccinated against COVID following mandate
167280home232Med student from Okanagan named 2022 Rhodes scholar
167278home233Better Business Bureau’s ‘Naughty List’ warns B.C. residents of holiday scams
167275home234Raccoon drags leg trap around for days, dies at B.C. wild animal rehab centre
167271home235One of B.C.’s youngest councillors wants voting age pushed to 16
167273home236Are you this dog’s owner? BC SPCA looking out for dog displaced during Abbotsford flooding
167269home237UPDATE: Missing Vernon woman found safe minutes after RCMP announcement
167265home238BC Ferries unveils Indigenous design for next Salish Class vessel
167257home239The man who saved (and coined) Kootenaiana dies at 81
167255home240No Omicron-specific restrictions planned as B.C. tests 200+ travellers from affected regions
167253home241Salmon Arm’s Zest opens doors for food innovation and production
167251home242Unvaccinated travellers barred from planes and passenger trains as of today
167249home243Dallas Smith named entertainer of the year, takes three trophies at CCMA Awards
167247home244Canada introduces beefed-up bill banning conversion therapy outright
167245home245British Columbia braces for third ‘atmospheric river’ after recent floods
167243home246Hostage freed, suspect dead after man flees into Edmonton home after bank robbery
167224home247VIDEO: Homes lost, road wiped out due to rising river near Hope after days of rain
167222home248Exporters face logistical nightmare as CN yet to restore service to Vancouver port
167220home249Vernon council favours 6.88 per cent budget hike
167218home250Global maple syrup shortage forces Quebec to release half its strategic reserve
167216home251Yukon’s illicit overdose death toll now highest in Canada: coroner
167211home253Boy, 14, arrested after woman and her dog stabbed in Vancouver
167208home254Kelowna RCMP recover handguns and $20k in stolen audio equipment
167206home255Contractors pulled after Old Growth Revylution blocks Akolkolex Forest Service Road
167203home256Okanagan residents light up with support for flood victims
167199home257B.C.’s daily COVID-19 infections fall below 300, but 11 deaths
167197home2583rd atmospheric river to pummel central coast but strong rains coming to all of B.C.
167195home259Impaired drivers keep North Okanagan RCMP busy
167191home260Quesnel pulp mill to shut down due to flooding and transportation issues
167189home261Northern B.C. MLA slams Leonardo DiCaprio for ‘misinformed’ support of pipeline opposition
167182home262GoFundMe set up for victim of fiery truck collision on Highway 3
167177home263Turkeys expected to be pricier, harder to find this Christmas
167176home264Canada attends emergency G7 health meeting on Omicron variant
167174home265Travel restrictions amid Omicron variant strand Canadian field hockey team
167172home266B.C. sets $10 fee for non-personal public information requests
167162home267Vernon nurse wins $20K scholarship to pursue doctorate
167160home268B.C. local governments need help with flood control, Horgan says
167156home269Vernon stabbing believed targeted act: RCMP
167150home270Resident questions Salmon Arm council after Merritt’s sewage treatment plant floods
167144home271‘Tiger Dam’ being built on Highway 1 in Abbotsford to hold back floodwaters
167142home272‘Weather whiplash’ ahead as Canada enters winter, Weather Network says
167147home273Dogs trained to comfort nervous people, help kids get COVID-19 vaccines
167140home274B.C. set to use Alert Ready system when next storm strikes in days ahead
167138home275More Abbotsford evacuations as crews try to hold back Sumas River floodwaters
167132home276UPDATE: Driver taken to hospital after single vehicle crash caused power outage
167128home277Hwy. 1 between Chilliwack and Abbotsford closed again due to flood threat
167097home278Upcoming 3rd atmospheric river could be worst since 1st B.C storm 2 weeks ago: Farnworth
167117home279UPDATE: Sumas, Wa., sounds flood siren, Nooksack River flowing over U.S. border into Abbotsford
167123home280Two Dragons make offer to Lake Country businessman
167115home281Canada’s first 2 cases of Omicron COVID variant detected in Ontario
167107home282Ecologist concerned about Revelstoke forests despite expanded logging deferrals
167105home283Revelstoke Mountain Resort closed due to avalanche risk
167093home284Peachland crash that closed Highway 97 caught on video
167099home285Vernon’s Vasek Pospisil, Canada out of Davis Cup finals
167089home286First Nations, regional district in B.C. working together to restore diverted Nechako River
167080home287Highway closed east of Revelstoke
167063home288Newly-weds tie the knot at West Kelowna Warriors BCHL game
167055home289Canadians to get biggest drop in gasoline prices since 2009 over COVID variant fears
167053home290Evacuation alerts, highway closures as more rain hammers southern B.C.
167048home291Stressful weekend weather watch on further Fraser Valley flooding
167046home292Kelowna Rockets rookie Andrew Cristall ‘honoured’ to represent Team Canada
167044home293EDITORIAL: Keep your head above water - take care of your mental health
167042home294‘Holy smokes!’: B.C. musician reacts after winning $25K ‘Top of the Country Contest’
167032home295Opinion: Natural disaster emphasizes downside of centralization
167030home296‘Canada loves you back’: Ryan Reynolds honoured with Governor General’s Award
167021home297Nooksack River expected to reach ‘moderate’ flood stage with weekend rain: City of Abbotsford
167019home298VIDEO: The Scoop: Revelstoke’s headlines for the week of Nov. 21-27
167015home299Traditional healing available to evacuees in Salmon Arm this weekend
167013home2100Something brewing for craft beer aficionados in new year with BC Beer Con
167011home2101Media experts agree action is needed, but urge caution on how streaming is regulated
167009home2102‘Not like it normally is’: Black Friday shoppers hunt for deals
167007home2103Systemic racism in policing across B.C. demands reform says Human Rights Commissioner
166989home2104B.C. health officials report 341 new COVID cases, issue statement on Omicron variant
166983home2105UPDATE: Chilliwack man reported missing dies in car crash in Texas
166972home2106Environment Canada issues ‘red alert’ with 3 atmospheric rivers in the forecast
166970home2107Fraser Valley milk production returns, B.C. ranchers pitch in
166968home2108Liberals push sick leave, crack down on health-care worker harassment in single bill
166949home2109Consider need over deals when Black Friday bargain hunting, experts say
166953home2110Highway 1 to re-open east of Golden Dec. 1
166945home2111Police watchdog investigating after man injured following arrest in Enderby
166936home2112Winter storm warning on Highway 1 from Eagle Pass to Rogers Pass
166934home2113‘It’s my life’s work’: B.C. fruit and vegetable growers face uncertainty after floods
167003home2114Rise in identity theft: North Okanagan RCMP
166929home2115PM Justin Trudeau lands in Abbotsford to tour flooded areas
166927home2116Cariboo Regional District approves disposal of animal carcasses from B.C. flood zone
166925home2117VIDEO: Jennifer Lopez wraps up filming in Smithers
166923home2118Man charged with attempted murder after shots fired at Vanderhoof police, sparking lockdown
166921home2119Freeland says Canada may retaliate against U.S. softwood lumber duty rate
166919home2120Amita Kuttner says party must stop infighting, focus on environmental issues
166913home2121Canadian Medical Association president fields COVID questions from Okanagan parents
166910home2122‘It almost killed me’: B.C. trucker on a long road to recovery from COVID-19
166905home2123CN close to Fraser Canyon reopening, Highway 1 access target mid-January
166902home2124Sparwood seniors pose as firefighters in fundraising calendar
166955home2125Financial aid sought for Vernon mother’s cancer fight
166893home2126Okanagan tennis player and Canada teammates fall 3-0 in Davis Cup opener
166891home2127VERNON VOTES: Small turnout for day 2 of advance polls
166889home2128Former B.C. driving instructor dies days after Crown says sex assault charges won’t be laid
166885home2129Pandemic-battered B.C. small businesses say they can’t afford sick pay
166881home2130Vernon woman missing for nearly a week
166879home2131BC Ferries reports record-breaking summer vehicle traffic
166876home2132London Drugs’ Wish Tree for Seniors is back across the Okanagan
166874home2133A look at B.C.’s connection to a historic wartime picture
166867home2134Black Friday arrives with little fanfare as stores launch sales ahead of retail event
166869home2135‘I don’t want us to be forgotten’: B.C. Hwy 8 residents could face years of flood recovery
166871home2136Some CERB recipients set to get notices that they owe feds some of the aid
166859home2137B.C. grants Cullen Commission six more months to file money laundering report
166848home2138Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to tour flooded Sumas Prairie on Friday
166846home2139Black nurses in B.C. face `entrenched and pervasive’ racism, survey finds
166857home2140Brewery in Oliver breaking barriers, releasing new experimental beer
166840home2141Vernon university women’s group advocates for change
166836home2142B.C. reports 424 more COVID-19 cases Thursday, 3 deaths
166829home2143David Suzuki apologizes for remark on pipelines being “blown up” over climate change
166827home2144Extreme wildfire weather increasing around the globe, research says
166821home2145Rocks blocking lane of Highway 1 east of Chase
166823home2146Assembly of First Nations announces 13 delegates to meet Pope Francis at the Vatican
166812home2147B.C. resident aims to provide safe water, become first woman to run across Africa
166802home2148TAYLOR: Starting anew with a breathless hush
166800home2149BC Rent Bank sees daily applications triple in first day after province-wide roll out
166797home2150Dog attack at West Kelowna park results in 2 dogs seized
166792home2151VIDEO: Highway 1 reopens to the Fraser Valley
166786home2152Canadians to spend big on holidays, return to shopping malls, multiple surveys find
166783home2153Lake Country youth spreads holiday cheer for charity
166781home2154Europe’s Christmas markets warily open as COVID cases rise
166778home2155Hope and faith: Salmon Arm couple get home safely with appreciation for community spirit
166773home2156SPCA ‘hopping’ to find rabbit foster homes in Vernon
166771home2157VERNON VOTES: 202 ballots cast in day one of advance polls
166764home2158Trial for prison escapees accused of murdering Greater Victoria man moved to Vancouver
166767home2159Police, family appeal for help in finding vulnerable man, missing in West Kelowna
166760home2160More scrutiny needed of TikTok’s reach, influence on public health: B.C. researchers
166758home2161B.C. Highway 8 may be worst hit, major routes highest priority
166753home21621 dead, 2 taken to hospital after collision that closed Hwy 5 near Barriere
166740home2163Old-growth forest marchers in Victoria demand logging moratorium
166736home2164B.C. families rally in Victoria against changes to support for children with autism
166734home2165Trudeau: Climate change here, impact devastating, aggressive action needed
166732home2166UPDATED: Parts of Atlantic Canada cleaning up after three days of heavy rain and wind
166730home2167Astrophysicist Amita Kuttner chosen as interim leader of Green Party of Canada
166715home2168One man taken into custody after tear gas deployed during RCMP standoff in Kelowna
166709home2169No charges to be laid against former Victoria and Quesnel driving instructor Steve Wallace
166706home2170Cargo safe after vessel runs aground during strong winds in Prince Rupert Harbour
166704home2171B.C.’s 5 paid sick days fall short of ask for some; criticized as ‘gut punch’ by small business
166700home2172Summerland council to revisit scope of solar project
166690home2173MPs to hold emergency debate Wednesday on B.C. floods, climate change
166692home21741 Vernon, 1 North Okanagan and 12 Kelowna-area schools with COVID-19 exposure
166688home2175B.C. records 9 more deaths, 322 new COVID-19 infections Wednesday
166682home2176Liberals introduce bill with targeted pandemic aid for businesses, workers
166680home2177U.S. doubles softwood lumber ‘dumping’ duties on B.C. producers
166678home2178Person dies after semi and pickup collide on Highway 97 north of Quesnel
166674home2179All arrested at Coastal GasLink pipeline blockade released under conditions
166672home2180B.C. teachers’ union leader welcomes vaccination clinics at schools
166666home2181New detail added to description of suspect in October assault of girl in Chase
166670home2182Vernon police seek public’s help in search for wanted man
166663home2183Vernon RCMP try to ID man who allegedly broke into home through pet door
166659home2184Opinions mixed on short-term rental units in Summerland
166657home2185Coast Guard hovercraft hits sailboat during Salt Spring Island medevac mission
166652home2186Woman back in Canada with young daughter after years in Syrian prison camps
166676home2187Dogs seized from North Okanagan kennel owner won’t be returned by SPCA
166649home2188Environmentalists threaten Alberta Premier Kenney with lawsuit over inquiry remarks
166646home2189Highway 1 four-laning project east of Revelstoke complete
166643home2190Alta. oilpatch recruiting in Maritimes again as drilling set to rise in 2022
166640home2191B.C. requires 5 days a year of paid sick days starting in 2022
166645home2192Incoming storms expected to bring outages, rising waters: BC Hydro
166638home2193Animal adoptions offered half-off to help B.C.’s displaced pets: SPCA
166618home2194Merritt evacuee thankful for support from Kelowna
166616home2195Peachland man on way to Victoria still missing after Hwy. 99 landslide
166614home2196B.C.’s sweeping forest changes pushed through over MLA objections
166612home2197Chase RCMP find dog missing from Prince George about 600 kilometres away
166606home21983 men found guilty of killing Ahmaud Arbery
166592home2199‘It was devastating’: B.C. woman shares story of flood damage to family farm
166590home2200Winter Storm warning in effect from Eagle Pass to Rogers Pass
166584home2201COVID-19 shots arriving Monday for B.C. 5- to 11-year-olds
166582home2202Depth of Black Friday discounts depends on resiliency of retailers’ supply chains
166569home2203PHOTOS: Kelowna drag queens launch Okanagan collective
166567home2204Conservatives say virtual Commons proceedings allow government to dodge scrutiny
166543home2205B.C. records 324 more COVID-19 cases, one death Tuesday
166537home2206Canada must strengthen critical infrastructure for future extreme weather: Blair
166529home2207CN rail traffic in southern B.C. to resume Wednesday after mudslides
166527home2208COVID-19 recovery top priority in throne speech, but GG provides little detail
166533home2209Telus says Rogers takeover of Shaw would harm competition, urges CRTC to reject
166525home2210Penticton man’s love of snow globes brightens BGC Okanagan
166521home2211Shuswap dairy needs milk bottles returned after increasing production to meet demand
166547home2212Wise choice for Coldstream achievement honour
166512home2213Fundraiser launched for B.C. couple whose home was swept down Nicola River
166506home2214Kelowna International Airport to increase parking fees in January
166491home2215Parkland moves to pause B.C. refinery operations due to Trans Mountain pipeline shutdown
166485home2216UPDATE: Fundraiser for B.C. toddler who lost parents in mudslide, who had just left Okanagan resort
166483home2217North Okanagan-Shuswap school district opens doors to flood evacuees
166519home2218Vernon lights the way to less pollution
166473home2219Public ideas sought for new Vernon park
166469home2220B.C. researchers, advocates consider impacts of catastrophic flooding on Fraser River salmon
166467home2221Kal Tire giving free van to one lucky Vernonite
166465home2222Be sure you’re registered for COVID-19 boosters, B.C. seniors advised
166463home2223Arrested journalists released with conditions as northwest B.C. pipeline dispute plays out in court
166454home2224Semi spill closes Highway 5A north of Princeton
166450home2225Kal Rotary Dream Auction raises more than $182K in Vernon
166445home2226B.C. senior who went to U.S. to buy gas hit with $5,700 fine
166443home2227Some B.C. evacuees to be allowed to return home, key railway corridor to reopen
166441home2228Kevin Spacey ordered to pay $31M for ‘House of Cards’ losses
166439home2229Short, no-surprise throne speech expected to recap Liberal election promises
166436home2230B.C. counts 10 more deaths over weekend from COVID-19
166430home2231Margarita’s miracle baby - Abbotsford cow gives birth at former home farm
166424home2232Seniors, hospital dialysis patients transferred out of B.C. flood zones
166416home2233Tories, NDP call for House of Commons to have emergency debate on B.C. floods
166406home2234Big White delays opening day
166387home2235Man rescued from floodwaters after abandoning car on Highway 1 in Abbotsford
166400home2236Golden musician hits #1 on Canadian Indie Country Music charts
166385home2237‘Atmospheric rivers’ are the new hurricanes, rating system coming
166376home2238Rollover traps two north of Vernon
166365home2239Hitmakers BTS stamp their authority on American Music Awards
166352home2240No vaccinations needed for voting in Vernon byelection
166340home2241Body found in Kelowna park not suspicious
166330home2242Kelowna’s seniors desperate for help
166336home2243UBCO study examines e-scooter popularity in Kelowna
166321home2244Okanagan Symphony Orchestra performs Bach’s favourites
166318home2245UPDATE: RCMP locate missing Vernon man
166316home2246B.C. deficit shrinks as economy, taxation recovery continues
166308home2247SUV driver who left 5 dead at Wisconsin parade crash may have been fleeing a crime: police
166306home2248New Parliament opens looking a lot like the old one, facing same issues
166283home2249Vernon, Vernonites sparkle in Hallmark flick
166280home2250Abbotsford mayor cautiously optimistic but city bracing for more rain ahead
166268home2251Section of Hwy. 1 between Chilliwack, Hope opens to essential traffic only
166233home2252PHOTOS: Royal Canadian Air Force arrives in Abbotsford to help shore up flood fight
166208home2253Okanagan Indian Band to purchase O’Keefe Range lands for $26.8 million
166206home2254VIDEO: The Scoop: Revelstoke’s headlines for the week of Nov. 14-21
166198home2255RCMP arrest 15 more opponents of northern B.C. pipeline project
166191home2256Kelowna schools collaborate to grow produce for local charities, families
166187home2257Transport Canada issues order banning boats from B.C. flood areas, effective immediately
166185home2258Compactor fire behind Kelowna HomeSense deemed suspicious
166183home2259UPDATE: Hwy 7 closured canceled, controlled travel resumes
166124home2260B.C. sees 497 new cases of COVID-19
166128home2261UPDATE: Natural disasters leave Vernon TacoTime opening date in limbo
166102home2262Social media scams prompt warning from North Okanagan RCMP
166104home2263Gifts collected for Summerland toy drive
166110home2264Drivers stuck on coast as B.C. highway closures leave Vernon trucking companies in a rut
166095home2265Kelowna man arrested for allegedly breaching court conditions, stealing motorbike
166091home2266Ottawa to drop need for COVID-19 test after short-term U.S. visits as of Nov. 30
166084home2267Vehicles abandoned in Hwy 7 mudslides available for pickup in Agassiz: MOTI
166082home2268Animal feed airlift coming to flooded Fraser Valley farms, minister says
166080home2269Petition against vaccine mandate for Vernon school staff has close to 1,000 signatures
166072home2270RCMP asks Princeton residents to make wellness checks on neighbours
166066home2271Lost dog hops into North Okanagan RCMP car
166060home2272Crews clear vehicles stranded on Hwy 7 early Friday morning
166043home2273‘It’s a mascot!’: Rescued puppy renamed as salute to flood aid volunteers in Hope
166039home2274More military deployments amid B.C. flooding state of emergency
166029home2275B.C. sending helicopters to deliver water to flooded farms: agriculture minister
166008home2276COVID-19 vaccinations required for parents at Vernon pool
165983home22779 more deaths, 468 new COVID-19 infections in B.C. Thursday
165979home2278Coquihalla drivers warned of ‘pooling water’ before washouts
165975home2279Former Kelowna pastor charged with 16 sexual offences
165977home2280‘Sprung into action’: Princeton Posse players shift focus, help community
165964home2281B.C. Alert Ready phone text system ready next spring, minister says
165961home2282Kelowna mayor thanks volunteers, offers support for those impacted by B.C. storm
165966home2283Summerland’s October building permits worth $3.6M
165960home228492 per cent of Vernon school staff vaccinated: survey
165945home2285‘We must avoid hoarding groceries’: Vernon Mayor
166719home2286Crash impacts Highway 97C near Logan Lake, evacuees told to avoid
165935home2287Police watchdog not recommending charges in attempted Sicamous traffic stop
165933home2288Flood relief fund established for Princeton
165928home2289Mandatory COVID vaccines for private practitioners are coming: B.C. health officials
165926home2290Man allegedly tries to steal basket of machetes from Kelowna store
165916home2291Heavy traffic on Hwy 7 as single-lane traffic opens in Hope area
165912home2292B.C. bolsters Indigenous rights protection as land conflicts continue
165904home2293UPDATE: Highway 97 cleared north of Vernon
165902home2294RCMP clear Coastal GasLink pipeline blockade
165898home2295Number of sites, looming winter, complicate ‘unprecedented’ B.C. highway repairs
165896home2296Private Canadian astronaut gears up for ‘pain’ experiments in space
165877home2297600 evacuated in Abbotsford as mayor worries about forecasted rain, floodwaters from U.S.
165875home22982 sites proposed for new Summerland pool
165863home2299Coastal GasLink, elected Wet’suwet’en council call for resolution to conflict
165861home2300First members of military contingent arrive in B.C. to assist with flood recovery
165823home2301Police activity decreases in Oliver and Osoyoos
165758home2302Summerland sees increase in violent crimes
167294entertainment1Home of Marilyn Manson searched in abuse investigation
167249entertainment2Dallas Smith named entertainer of the year, takes three trophies at CCMA Awards
167042entertainment3‘Holy smokes!’: B.C. musician reacts after winning $25K ‘Top of the Country Contest’
167034entertainment4Towering musical theater master Stephen Sondheim dies at 91
166925entertainment5VIDEO: Jennifer Lopez wraps up filming in Smithers
166783entertainment6Lake Country youth spreads holiday cheer for charity
166598entertainment7Ignite the Arts Festival gets Penticton council’s blessing and funding
166531entertainment8Justin Bieber’s hit ‘Peaches’ helps pop star lead crop of Canadian Grammy nominees
166441entertainment9Kevin Spacey ordered to pay $31M for ‘House of Cards’ losses
166414entertainment10Review: Disney’s animated ‘Encanto’ effortlessly enchants
166365entertainment11Hitmakers BTS stamp their authority on American Music Awards
166321entertainment12Okanagan Symphony Orchestra performs Bach’s favourites
166283entertainment13Vernon, Vernonites sparkle in Hallmark flick
166253entertainment14Okanagan Symphony Youth Orchestra performing live throughout the valley
166189entertainment15Naramata Inn Holiday Light Up is tonight
166130entertainment16Okanagan stage heats up with Indigenous designs and fire dancers
167257trending-now1The man who saved (and coined) Kootenaiana dies at 81
167218trending-now2Global maple syrup shortage forces Quebec to release half its strategic reserve
167072trending-now4QUIZ: How much do you know about transportation?
167030trending-now5‘Canada loves you back’: Ryan Reynolds honoured with Governor General’s Award
166963trending-now6Egypt unveils renovated ‘Avenue of the Sphinxes’ in Luxor
166949trending-now7Consider need over deals when Black Friday bargain hunting, experts say
166925trending-now8VIDEO: Jennifer Lopez wraps up filming in Smithers
166902trending-now9Sparwood seniors pose as firefighters in fundraising calendar
166897trending-now10Ryan Reynolds makes Red Cross donation following B.C. floods, urges fans to do the same
166812trending-now11B.C. resident aims to provide safe water, become first woman to run across Africa
166569trending-now12PHOTOS: Kelowna drag queens launch Okanagan collective
166294trending-now13Morning Start: Copper doorknobs are self-disinfecting
166246trending-now14QUIZ: In praise of medical professionals
166076trending-now15Battle of the Wines closes out the competition across the Okanagan
166050trending-now16Rare first printing of US Constitution sells for record $43M
167381community1Help Jillian Harris support families in need this holiday season
167374community3The Holiday Market returns to Prospera Place in Kelowna
167338community4Vigils in Salmon Arm, Vernon to remember women killed in Montreal massacre
167308community5BGC Okanagan kicks off Gift of Giving campaign with $22k in donations
167306community6Get ready to welcome back Oliver’s Light Up on Friday, Dec. 3
167280community7Med student from Okanagan named 2022 Rhodes scholar
167203community8Okanagan residents light up with support for flood victims
167162community9Vernon nurse wins $20K scholarship to pursue doctorate
167103community10Over $73K raised at OSNS’s Share a Smile Telethon in Penticton
167083community11The most wonderful time of the year: Penticton’s Santa Rec Run a success on Saturday
167013community12Something brewing for craft beer aficionados in new year with BC Beer Con
167000community13Summerland had ski hill in 1940s and 1950s
166998community14Keremeos Legion gathering donations for Christmas hampers
166951community15Documentary to be filmed at Penticton Museum’s next Brown Bag Lecture
166955community16Financial aid sought for Vernon mother’s cancer fight
166876community17London Drugs’ Wish Tree for Seniors is back across the Okanagan
166838community18RDOS seeking community input on new design for Similkameen Rec Centre
166762community19Meadowlark Nature Festival returning to the South Okanagan May 2022
166635community20Get into the holiday spirit with the Santa Rec Run in Penticton Saturday
166525community21Penticton man’s love of snow globes brightens BGC Okanagan
166547community22Wise choice for Coldstream achievement honour
166493community23Owners of Tim Hortons South Okanagan make historic pledge to Penticton’s OSNS Legacy Foundation
166467community24Kal Tire giving free van to one lucky Vernonite
166450community25Kal Rotary Dream Auction raises more than $182K in Vernon
166330community26Kelowna’s seniors desperate for help
166104community27Gifts collected for Summerland toy drive
166069community28Penticton’s Tin Whistle Brewing raises over $1,000 in one night for Starfish Pack
166043community29‘It’s a mascot!’: Rescued puppy renamed as salute to flood aid volunteers in Hope
165997community30Penticton provides direction on how you can donate to flood victims
165977community31‘Sprung into action’: Princeton Posse players shift focus, help community
165931community32Salvation Army launches emergency response in support of flood victims
166840letters1Vernon university women’s group advocates for change
166596letters2LETTER: More B.C. land must be protected
166259letters3Letter: Penticton Chamber faces criticism for choice in Business Leader of the Year Award
167187video1B.C. extends gas rationing, state of emergency until Dec. 14 as Trans Mountain remains offline
167210video2VIDEO: CFB Comox 442 Squadron recaps B.C. flood rescue mission
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