BLAZERS at PRINCE GEORGE Saturday night. Pre-Game at 6:30. Faceoff with Jon Keen at 7:00. LIONS-ESKIMOS delayed coverage follows hockey.

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Justin Bourque has been sentenced to serve 75 years in prison before becoming eligible to apply for parole for the June 4 shooting rampage that killed three RCMP officers and wounded two others in Moncton.

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53 year old Wayne Fedan of Kamloops was sentenced to 3 years in jail, and handed a 3 year driving prohibition after he was convicted of dangerous driving causing death in a 2010 crash that left two people dead. 

The Kamloops based spokesman for the Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada says the sentence for cop killer Justin Bourque is appropriate, but the RCMP has yet to address the inadequate equipment for police expected to go into harm's way.


With the end of this year's outdoor Kamloops Farmers Markets organizers are upbeat as they see increasing evidence of increased local food security.

Environment Canada predicts more trick than treat tonight, as showers are in the forecast for Hallowe'en afternoon and evening. 


As part of BC's Skills for Jobs Blueprint, a two million dollar trades training facility will be built in Merritt at the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology.

The union representing transit workers in Kelowna says passengers looked on in horror last night as a man was fatally slashed on a bus.

The governing council of the Law Society of British Columbia will uphold the results of a member referendum and reject accreditation for graduates of a Christian law school.

A Mountie has been acquitted of dangerous driving after the death of a young woman during a pursuit in Salmon Arm.


The man who confessed to killing three RCMP officers in Moncton, New Brunswick has been sentenced to 5 concurrent life terms.

Prime Minister Harper is bound for China next week, his third visit there since 2009.

Immigration Minister Chris Alexander says live-in caregivers from abroad will no longer be required to reside with their employers, part of an effort to reduce caregiver abuse.

 Canadian fighter jets have completed their first mission in Iraq, but due to bad weather weren't able to drop any bombs on Islamic State targets.

The opposition is attacking Prime Minister Harper's plan for a tax break for families with kids under the age of 18.

Sources say a deal has been reached that would see Canadian merchants paying lower fees to credit card companies whenever a customer pays by plastic.

This is the weekend most of us turn our clocks back an hour and get an extra hour of sleep.



The bodies of four people who died when a small plane crashed into a flight training facility at a Wichita, Kansas airport remain at the site.

Nurse Kaci Hickox is now free to travel without restrictions after a judge in Maine rejected efforts by the state to limit the movements of the medical worker who recently treated Ebola patients in Africa.

Investigators in China say they have found more than 200 million yuan ($33 million) in cash at the home of an official suspected of taking bribes, in the country's largest cash seizure ever.


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