The vehicle belonging to Midway BC resident Colleen Smith has been located in Kelowna.
The British Columbia government is increasing the minimum wage in two stages to better reflect the province’s overall economic growth and ensure all workers benefit from B.C.’s success.
On average, every year in British Columbia we have more than 2,000 wildfires. In British Columbia, half of our wildfires are lightning-caused and half are person-caused.
The BC SPCA supports a Canadian MP’s move to strengthen animal cruelty laws – and the public can help, too, by contacting their Member of Parliament to express support.
Saturday May 07th, 2016
10am to 3pm
200 block of Baker St and the 500 block of Kootenay St.
A man and a woman are now facing multiple charges stemming from a lengthy investigation examining the alleged illicit drug activities of the pair.
As wildfires rage in Fort McMurray, Alta., forcing the emergency evacuation of 80,000 residents, BC Liquor Stores customers can support Red Cross relief efforts there by donating at stores throughout the province.
Wolf removal activities to help save endangered caribou herds in the South Selkirk Mountains and South Peace have concluded for the second year of the five-year wolf removal project.
Featured photo by: Wildsight
Nelson—The RDCK is closing a portion of the Nelson-Salmo Great Northern Trail because of bear activity near Cottonwood Lake. The closure will be in effect from MAY 1st to JUNE 15th.