The president of the Thompson Rivers University Faculty Association defends free tuition for T.R.U. staff and their families.
Kamloops South Thompson MLA and Transportation Minister Todd Stone vows to continue an I.C.B.C. presence in rural communities.
Kamloops gas prices expected to fall another five to ten cents a litre.
B.C. Forest Safety Council says 2014 produced a record low number of work related fatalities.
Objection, Your Honor. B.C. Trial Lawyer Association considering legal action over legal aid funding.
The Opposition New Democrats say Amrik Virk should be fired, not shuffled to another cabinet post. Virk was moved yesterday out of his advanced education portfolio to the Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Citizens' Services.
The Law Society of B.C. says it will defend its decision to not accredit graduates of Trinity Western University's proposed law school.
The Langley-based university announced yesterday that it will ask the province's supreme court to overturn the decision because the society acted improperly under its own procedural guidelines and Canadian law.
A new poll suggests that most Canadians are procrastinators when it comes to holiday shopping.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she hopes Prime Minister Harper does not have a ``vendetta'' against the people of her province. Although Wynne is unhappy that Harper has declined her requests for a face-to-face meeting, she says political leaders must rise above the personal.
A suspect is being sought in Ottawa where a veteran of the Second World War was tied in up his apartment and robbed.
A coroner's inquest in Quebec has been told it may never know the cause of a fire that killed 32 people at a seniors' resident last January.
Police in northeastern Australia say eight children have been found dead in a house near the city of Cairns. Reports say the victims, between the ages of 18-months and 15-years, were stabbed. Also in the house, police found a woman suffering from stab wounds to the chest and is in stable condition in hospital.
U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon is visiting the countries hardest hit by the Ebola crisis in West Africa.
Suspicions that North Korea was behind a destructive hacking attack against Sony Pictures and a threat against movie theatres are intensifying calls for tougher U.S. steps to cut the country's access to hard currency and declare it once more as a state sponsor of terrorism.