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Rail trail rezoning gets unanimous approval from Sicamous council

Rail trail rezoning gets unanimous approval from Sicamous council

Over 140 people attended April 10 public hearing, 45 more on Zoom
B.C. Conservative leader warns of toxic fumes at supportive housing site

B.C. Conservative leader warns of toxic fumes at supportive housing site

BC Housing says Cool Aid Society has been working on mitigation strategies since last fall
Tiny, remote B.C. town rallies around orphaned orca, as time ticks away

Tiny, remote B.C. town rallies around orphaned orca, as time ticks away

‘This is where reconciliation happens on the ground’ as fully-invested town works together for rescue
Enter to play on stage at either Laketown Shakedown or Sunfest 2024

Enter to play on stage at either Laketown Shakedown or Sunfest 2024

Video submission contest now open until midnight on April 19 — the two acts with the most votes win
New anti-racism legislation aims to hold B.C. accountable for systemic flaws

New anti-racism legislation aims to hold B.C. accountable for systemic flaws

Attorney-General Niki Sharma says Anti-Racism Act will help eliminate systemic racism in government
Summerland woman receives scam letter by mail

Summerland woman receives scam letter by mail

Target contacted police after noticing numerous irregularities, including her name misspelled
2 found dead, 1 shot by police in remote northern B.C. community: RCMP

2 found dead, 1 shot by police in remote northern B.C. community: RCMP

RCMP investigating deaths, police watchdog investigating officer actions
Renters rebate ripe for the picking for qualifying British Columbians

Renters rebate ripe for the picking for qualifying British Columbians

The $400-rebate is just one of several notable changes this tax season
Stolen bouncy castle last seen headed north on Vancouver Island highway

Stolen bouncy castle last seen headed north on Vancouver Island highway

Business owner calls for return of bouncy castle that she dropped off at Langford house
B.C. hopes to match 300,000 people with doctors using new online platform

B.C. hopes to match 300,000 people with doctors using new online platform

Province launching online system April 17 to allow easier connection between patients and providers