Tk'emlups First Nations Chief Shane Gotfriedson disputes Canadian Taxpayers Federation analysis of T.I.B. finances.
The B.C. Real Estate Board says Kamloops is on the sidelines as home sales surge in other parts of the province.
Kamloops developer Bill Bilton is once again seeking Agricultural Land Commission approval for the next phase of a Westsyde housing project.
Striking Kamloops teachers take a break from union rallies.
Terry's time. Popular long time Kamloops Thompson School District Superintendent retires today.
While Saskatchewan's government has ordered the removal of smart meters because of fire concerns, B.C. Hydro says wireless meters in our province are safe.
The B.C. Forest Practises Board is asking for an update on a province wide effort to reduce wildfire fuels.
An inspection is expected to begin soon on the Cessna float-plane that crashed north of Vernon on Monday. Bill Yearwood of the Transportation Safety Board says the 85-thousand dollar aircraft has now been removed from the scene and will be checked over in Kamloops.
Help wanted. The head of Seabridge Gold says his company needs to find a partner to develop one of the largest gold-and-copper deposits in the world. The B.C government has given the company approval for the proposed 5.3-billion dollar K-S-M project in the traditional territory of the Nisga'a Nation.
A report commissioned by the David Suzuki Foundation suggests the proposed Site C dam could threaten up to 8.6-billion dollars in ecological values.
Prime Minister Harper has announced more sanctions and delivered more harsh words against Russia over the continuing conflict in Ukraine. He says there is ``zero doubt'' that those behind the ongoing violence and destabilization in Ukraine are agents of the Russian government.
Several candlelight vigils will be held tonight in two countries for a 45-year-old Ontario teacher being detained in an Indonesian jail.
Tragedy on a soccer field north of Toronto, where a 15-year-old girl died after she was hit by the crossbar of a falling soccer net.
Israel's military says it is calling up another 16-thousand reserves, enabling it to substantially widen its 23-day-old Gaza offensive.
U-N Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is condemning Israel for yesterday's shelling of a U-N school in Gaza City.
Officials in western India say at least 30 people have been killed by a massive landslide but more than 100 others are still missing.