Skip to content
Join our Newsletter
Join our Newsletter

BC News

For the first time in a year, motorists can now drive from Merritt to Spences Bridge

For the first time in a year, motorists can now drive from Merritt to Spences Bridge

The November 2021 storm washed out 25 distinct sites, and another five washouts occurred this past summer.
BC Tree Fruit growers force meeting over Lake Country plant closure

BC Tree Fruit growers force meeting over Lake Country plant closure

All BC Tree Fruit growers have been invited to a special general meeting set for Nov. 22.
Testing underway at new radar weather tower serving B.C.'s southern interior

Testing underway at new radar weather tower serving B.C.'s southern interior

The completion of a new Environment Canada radar tower on Vernon's Silver Star mountain can’t come soon enough for B.C Interior residents who rely on the service.
Province must do more on crime, mental health: Nanaimo mayor

Province must do more on crime, mental health: Nanaimo mayor

Addressing criminal behaviour that flows from drug addiction is a priority for many Nanaimo residents, re-elected Mayor Leonard Krog said in his inaugural address and swearing-in ceremony
Nanaimo awarded 55-Plus B.C. Games for 2025

Nanaimo awarded 55-Plus B.C. Games for 2025

Nanaimo has been chosen to host the 55+ B.C. Games in 2025.
Jury makes seven recommendations after man who stabbed officer shot 9 times by police

Jury makes seven recommendations after man who stabbed officer shot 9 times by police

BURNABY, B.C. — Better training for staff selling firearms and a better process for booking mental-health appointments are among the recommendations being made by a B.C. jury that examined a 2016 police shooting.
Homicide team probes two suspicious deaths after bodies found in Chilliwack, B.C.

Homicide team probes two suspicious deaths after bodies found in Chilliwack, B.C.

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — Homicide detectives are investigating the discovery of two bodies in a home in Chilliwack, B.C.
David Eby to be sworn in as B.C. premier at Vancouver Musqueam centre

David Eby to be sworn in as B.C. premier at Vancouver Musqueam centre

VICTORIA — David Eby will be sworn in as British Columbia's new premier by Lt.-Gov. Janet Austin in Vancouver next week, breaking with tradition. The Nov.
B.C. craft brewery supplier faces fraud allegations

B.C. craft brewery supplier faces fraud allegations

Hops grower Alexander William Bridges allegedly misappropriated about $500,000 of investors' money.
Squamish woman attacked by bear calls for people to respect estuary closure

Squamish woman attacked by bear calls for people to respect estuary closure

Reports of people disregarding closures prompt concern from officials.
push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks