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Traditional canoe, carved with traditional methods, emerges from B.C. forest

Traditional canoe, carved with traditional methods, emerges from B.C. forest

Master carvers from 3 First Nations on northern Vancouver Island launch canoe formed from windfall cedar
RCMP investigating series of thefts from vehicles in Coldstream

RCMP investigating series of thefts from vehicles in Coldstream

At least five vehicles were rummaged through and stolen from overnight in Coldstream July 14
Federal government officially identifies spotted owl habitat near Hope

Federal government officially identifies spotted owl habitat near Hope

400,000 hectares of land in Fraser Canyon recognized as critical habitat for spotted owl
Penticton preteen makes tennis tournament debut

Penticton preteen makes tennis tournament debut

Mia Lemieux competed in the recent Ainsley Cup in Penticton
2 fast, now furious: Speeders busted in Kelowna

2 fast, now furious: Speeders busted in Kelowna

The drivers were nabbed on Springfield Road and Highway 33
‘Beating our head against a wall’: Eby reinforces federal frustration

‘Beating our head against a wall’: Eby reinforces federal frustration

B.C. premier says he has been repeatedly been disappointed with Ottawa’s lack of teamwork
Flooding on major highway, transit hub in Toronto amid torrential rain

Flooding on major highway, transit hub in Toronto amid torrential rain

Parts of the Don Valley Parkway closed, with stretches of the highway awash with brown water
Summerland strata conflict 'runneth over' and ends in Supreme Court

Summerland strata conflict 'runneth over' and ends in Supreme Court

Multiple issues from unapproved projects to driving off contractors drove the lawsuit
B.C. wine industry cheers new wine deal uncorked with Alberta

B.C. wine industry cheers new wine deal uncorked with Alberta

Provinces strike a deal that will permit direct wine sales in either direction, for a fee
Armstrong extends library hours amid extreme heat emergency

Armstrong extends library hours amid extreme heat emergency

Armstrong residents can cool of well into the evening at the local library this week