BWP Consulting opertor Cheryl Phippen has declared her intention to seek a seat on Kamloops Council.
Revenue and Taxation manager Perissa Bhullar promises to work with taxpayers whose properties were sold at this week's tax delinquent auction.
Building permit values in Kamloops fuelled by stronger single family home construction.
The city of Kamloops is reviewing tenders received to complete the redevelopment of Highland Drive.
Chase RCMP say a woman was taken to Royal Inland Hospital after a single vehicle rollover on the Duck Range Road this morning.
Police in Abbotsford are hoping to speak with a man who was last seen with a young girl initially believed to be missing.
BC health officials say two young people infected with enterovirus D68 are suffering from polio-like symptoms.
Homicide police are investigating two separate deaths on Vancouver Island and Metro Vancouver.
Federal health officials are trying to reassure Canadians that they are at very low risk of contracting the Ebola virus.
Jurors at the Luka Magnotta trial in Montreal are learning more today about the victim as the Chinese student Jun Lin's former lover testified that Lin's family did not know their son was homosexual.
There are far fewer Canadian special forces soldiers in northern Iraq than the government told the Opposition in Parliament. Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird has apparently sent an email to the NDP saying only 26 troops are overseas, not as many as 69.
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigns amid recent White House security breach.
Officials in the US are revealing more information about the10 year old child who died from complications from the enterovirus 68. They say the girl died of a staph infection associated with the virus.
It's been a bleak day on Wall Street, where the Dow industrials are down more than 230 points in afternoon trading.
Accused White House fence-jumper Omar J. Gonzalez has pleaded not guilty to charges that he ran into the presidential mansion while carrying a knife.