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Powerful Northern Vancouver Island earthquake felt in Kamloops.

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No injuries reported in Batchelor Heights house fire.

Budget fears eased.
Early projections expecting Thompson Rivers University to escape program and staff cuts.

So far, so good.   First day of teacher's job action passes without incident.

Plugged in.   Thompson Okanagan high tech sector showing strong growth according to a new report from B.C. Stats.

Kamloops pulp mill owner reports a lower first quarter profit.


One hotel worker says in her 37 years living in Port Hardy, B-C, she has never felt an earthquake as strong as the one that struck last night.

Time for action.  Prison guard's union says a damning WorkSafe B.C. report demands action.

B.C. business confidence second best in Canada.

Women's advocacy group urges the B.C. government to make it easier for victims of domestic abuse to flee violent situations.

B.C.N.U mourns death of Clearwater nurse.

McDonald's Canada says its taking seriously some accusations that three of its fast-food restaurants in Victoria were abusing the temporary foreign worker program. 

Changing gears.  Eagle Motorplex near Ashcroft restructures.


Canadians aren't wasting any time in adding their names to an online petition urging the Harper government to amend or scrap its Fair Elections Act.

It appears the Harper government will table another attempt today at reforming the pension system.

The Saskatchewan Penitentiary in Prince Albert has been under lockdown since Tuesday after two guards on the maximum security unit were assaulted.


U.S President Barack Obama is warning Moscow that more sanctions are ``teed up'' and could come if Russia doesn't live up to its commitments to ease tensions in eastern Ukraine.

South Korean authorities say divers are getting deeper into a ferry that sank a week ago off the southern coast in the search for bodies.
The death toll stands at 159 dead and 143 still missing, and investigations into the tragedy continue.

Australian officials say after examining detailed photos of unidentified material that washed ashore in southwestern Australia, they're satisfied it is not a clue in the search for the missing Malaysian airliner.

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