VIDEO: Young minke whale rescued after beaching in Haida Gwaii

Staff from the Queen Charlotte Lodge and Sampson Lodge spent hours cooling off the newborn

VIDEO: B.C. man’s polite encounter with bears praised for being ‘so Canadian’

Sooke resident Jordan Cote calmly asks the four-legged family to leave because he has to get to work

Penticton Arts Rising Festival in full swing

Penticton Community Arts Council event features art in all its diverse forms

Home brewers show beers at competition

Event highlights 11 home-brewed beers from eight competitors

  • Sep 23rd, 2017

Hard to say how many businesses would be affected by tax changes

Estimates range from 10 per cent of local accountant’s clients to 95 per cent of all small businesses

PIB claims no legal basis for recall

In a fiery release, the band refers to a ‘small group’ disrupting issues for their own gain

Freak'n Farmer down and dirty
  • 6 hours ago


Opening ceremonies Penticton Arts Rising Festival


    Finding a job takes work


      NDP leadership front runner hits Penticton


        SFU prof launches petition to change Clan team name

        Effort underway to change the name because the word ‘clan’ sounds the same as Ku Klux Klan

        Vancouver Island mayor looking to bring Amazon headquarters to B.C.

        New headquarters could bring up to 50,000 jobs and billions of dollars to the local economy

        Riverdale safety is of ‘paramount importance’: studio

        Warner Bros. Television speaks out after actor K.J. Apa worked 14-hour day and crashed while driving

        Road rage incident caught on camera in North Vancouver

        A 40-year-old man is facing charges after someone broke the windshield of another driver’s car

        Finance minister expects tax reform changes from feds

        Carole James says rumours suggest the federal government could hold back on parts of its tax reform

        AlleyCATS holding book sale, AGM this weekend

        The AGM is expected to elect a new board of directors and go over financial statements

        MPs urge action to combat aquatic invasive species

        Arnold, Albas call for measures to prevent spread of zebra and quagga mussels

        • Sep 22nd, 2017

        Cannings introduces bill for species at risk

        MP says loophole has been used to delay or deny protection for species deemed to be at risk

        • Sep 22nd, 2017

        Traffic blocked after collision on Highway 97 in Summerland

        Jaws of life used to pry open doors following three-vehicle crash

        B.C. business owner vies for Liberal leadership

        Lucy Sager is a business development expert out of Terrace

        B.C. to look into possible money laundering at casinos

        Province will introduce an independent expert to review the issues.

        Penticton Indian Band sues former chief, councillors

        Lawsuit alleges Jonathan Kruger and five others are refusing to pass on their shares in the PIBDC

        Bird Migration Day offers close-up on birds

        BIrd Migration Open House is for more than just birders.

        Fire bans rescinded in southeastern, Cariboo regions

        Recent wet weather has reduced the wildfire risk across B.C.