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Of 22 Future Shop locations in BC, nine are shutting their doors for good, while the rest will be converted into Best Buys. Kamloops is not on the list of stores closing for good.
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The Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo Federal Liberal candidate says while the other candidates have been putting themselves out in the news more, he says he is taking a different approach.

More job losses in Kamloops after Future Shop stores across the country shut their doors for good Saturday.

After a few months of operation, Thompson Rivers University reports a positive response to it's free monthly confidential HIV testing on campus.

A group of TRU students working to get a community garden on campus surpass their fundraising goal, but still have more to do before their idea can be harvested.
Provincial

BC Hydro says while there has been a decrease over a couple years, copper wire theft from electrical sites is still a huge concern.

The Executive Director of the Alliance of Beverage Licensees expresses concerns over Bill 22, the Special Wine Store License Auction Act.

Police in Metro Vancouver are investigating three unrelated shootings that occurred within an eight-hour period on Friday.

Homicide investigators are searching for anyone for information in the suspicious death of a woman in Surrey.

Members of a tight-knit Vancouver neighbourhood are showing their support for the victim of a brutal sexual assault.

British Columbians joined millions around the world last night in turning off their lights to mark Earth Hour.

A so-called "toxic tour'' took over the streets of Vancouver yesterday, as demonstrators aimed to call into question the city's stance as one of the greenest in the world.

National

About two dozen passengers aboard an Air Canada jet were taken to hospital after the plane skidded off a runway early this morning as it landed in Halifax.

Alberta's official opposition Wildrose Party has selected a new leader. He's Brian Jean, a lawyer who spent 10 years as a Conservative M-P.

Officials say there were no smoke detectors in a house where fire claimed three lives on the Siksika First Nation, 100-kilometres east of Calgary.

The Toronto Maple Leafs have made an 11-year-old Saskatchewan boy's dream come true. The Make-A-Wish Foundation arranged for Garrett Gamble Jr. to be a Toronto Maple Leaf for a day.

International
Arab leaders meeting in Egypt have agreed to continue Saudi-led airstrikes against Yemen.

Officials say obstacles remain but Iran and the United States are steps closer to agreement on key aspects of a nuclear deal.

Officials in the north African nation of Tunisia say nine terrorism suspects were killed by security forces this morning.

Tens of thousands of Catholics held olive branches as they attended Palm Sunday mass in St. Peter's Square.

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