Addressing 325 at a Kamloops Chamber of Commerce luncheon, Premier Christy Clark applauded British Columbians for displaying patience, and giving the Government and BC Teachers Federation the "time and space" to reach a negotiated deal.
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Premier Christy Clark says Thompson Rivers University has developed the "best international student program" in the country.
Education Minister Peter Fassbender is looking at changing how the bargaining process with BC teachers is handled in future.
Tight security around the Coast Kamloops Hotel and Conference Centre, as teachers rallied, and anti Ajax supporters demonstrated as Premier Christy Clark addressed a Chamber luncheon.
KTTA President David Komljenovic says an exact return to classes has yet to be finalized.
Advanced Education Minister Amrik Virk is making no promises about a proposed expansion to the Trades and Technology Centre at Thompson Rivers University.
Health Minister Terry Lake says there's no reason to be overly concerned about the presence of a virus in BC that's sickened hundreds of children in the U.S. and other parts of Canada.
Rotary Daybreak reports a record 94 thousand dollars raised during this year's Ribfest.
A B.C. Supreme Court judge has dismissed the City of Burnaby's attempt to block Kinder Morgan from conducting pipeline survey work on its land.
The province's 40-thousand plus teachers are a day away from voting on a tentative contract that could end their strike.
A B.C Supreme Court judge has praised an inexperienced Mountie for stopping one of Canada's youngest serial killers. Supreme Court Justice Glen Parrett made the comments yesterday in Prince George while sentencing Cody Legebokoff to life in prison with no parole for 25 years. Parrett says the public should be eternally grateful to Constable Aaron Kehler who pulled Legebokoff over for speeding in November 2010.
A security guard is dead after an accident on the Burnaby set of a science-fiction T-V series connected with Steven Spielberg.
The Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward, and his wife Countess Sophie Rhys-Jones have honoured wildfire fighters from B.C and Alberta. The ceremonies took place yesterday at the Cedar Creek Winery in Kelowna and the Mission Hill Family Estate in West Kelowna.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has been diagnosed with a rare type of cancer found in soft tissue in the body, but doctors say they're optimistic about his treatment.
Addressing a joint session of Parliament in Ottawa, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko vowed to ``never, ever turn back to our awful past,'' He received a standing ovation after hailing Canada for its unwavering support of Ukraine.
Health officials at an Ottawa children's hospital say four kids have been successfully treated for the enterovirus D-68.
President Barack Obama's plan to help Syrian rebels fight against Islamic State militants is expected to win House approval today.
People across Arizona have been rushing to fill up sandbags to protect their homes against flooding, with forecasters calling for as much as 125 millimetres of rain.
Doctors Without Borders says one of its staff members has contracted Ebola while working in Liberia and will be evacuated to France.