First Nations concerns delay development of a Kamloops emergency water intake at Yates Road.
City of Kamloops and the Tk'emlups First Nation extend firefighting agreement.
Small cars only. Downtown development parking requirements questioned.
Kamloops Thompson School District expected to ban electronic cigarettes.
Kamloops officials not concerned about potential flooding from snow melt at this point.
The nurse is in. B.C. nurse practitioners getting more responsibility to help ease doctor shortage.
New questions raised about the departure of the former president of the B.C. Lottery Corporation.
A Mountie who was charged with perjury following the public inquiry into the death of Robert Dziekanski is expected to be back in B.C Supreme Court today.
Constable Kwesi Millington pleaded not guilty to the charge yesterday,
The province's chief coroner says she thinks an inquest is the best way to examine a January 2012 saw-mill explosion that killed two people and injured 19 others.
Prime Minister Harper calls it a pivotal deal for Canada. He and the South Korean president have announced a free trade agreement in Seoul that will eliminate virtually all tariffs between the countries.
Experts say the federal government's attempt to strengthen the powers of the Food and Drug Act don't go far enough. Proposed changes to the law say the health minister could order a drug recall when evidence shows the product is unsafe.
Hundreds of Winnipeg families are still dealing with a lack of running water.
The extreme cold has frozen pipes and the city is warning it could be weeks before the taps are flowing again.
Malaysian officials have identified one of the passengers who used a stolen passport to get on the plane that disappeared Saturday morning. He was a 19 year old Iranian who is believed to have been planning to make his way to Germany to seek asylum.
There is no easing of tensions in Ukraine. NATO says it's sending surveillance aircraft to fly over Poland and Romania to monitor developments in neighbouring Ukraine, where Russian troops control the strategic Crimea region.
Two Russians and an American are back on the ground after spending nearly six months on board the International Space Station.
Police in Portland, Oregon say no one was hurt as they rescued a couple and their baby from the family cat. A police spokesman says the couple locked themselves in their bedroom with the baby and their dog after the cat attacked the child.