The BC Coroners Officer is investigating the death of a patient at the Hamlets Residential Care Facility in Kamloops. 55-year-old Timothy Jay Pyett was found dead in his wheelchair at the bottom of a stairwell.
The Interior Health Authority has been named among BC's top employers for a third consecutive year.
Gasoline prices in Kamloops on the rise again, up to 99.9 at some service stations.
The Sun Peaks resort will extend its ski season until April 12th, and has also formed a strategic alliance aimed at attracting more customers from Ontario.
It was a packed house last night as Kamloops area hunters turned out in force to protest the province's reallocations of hunting opportunities.
The Kamloops SPCA won't do it any time soon, but is interested in pursuing licencing for cats.
A government-ordered report says a tailings spill at the Mt. Polley copper gold mine was caused by an inadequately designed dam that caused its foundation to fail.
Social Development Minister Don McRae has asked to be relieved of his cabinet duties so the Comox Valley MLA can support a family member through an illness.
A judge has ordered the man accused of killing Surrey hockey mom Julie Paskall to stand trial.
Terrace RCMP are investigating after a racist tirade declaring ``open season'' on First Nations was posted on Facebook.
The Conservatives have tabled anti-terrorism legislation in Parliament designed to counter terrorist threats.
The bill would give Canada's spy agency more power to thwart a suspected extremist's travel plans, disrupt bank transactions and covertly interfere with radical websites.
The Crown has requested a delay in sentencing for a former Canadian soldier who admitted planning an attack on a Veterans Affairs office in Calgary so it can review his psychiatric assessment.
The dollar is sliding further today on a weaker-than-expected report on economic growth in November.
The premiers meet in Ottawa today to discuss a range of issues that include climate change, infrastructure and the health-care needs of the country's seniors.
The European Union's counter-terrorism chief says member states need to have common laws against Europeans travelling to Syria and Iraq to join jihadist groups.
Egyptian health officials have raised the death toll to 32 from co-ordinated and simultaneous attacks that struck more than a dozen army and police targets in the restive Sinai Peninsula the previous night.
In a surprise decision, Russia's central bank on Friday cut its key interest rate, which it had hiked in previous months to support the collapsing ruble, in order to help the fading economy.