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Top Stories for June 10, 2024

Adirondack chairs permanently fixed to dock in Gellatly Bay destroyed over the weekend

Adirondack chairs permanently fixed to dock in Gellatly Bay destroyed over the weekend

West Kelowna 11:33 am - 31,069 views

A number of people living in West Kelowna are upset after finding out that the Adirondack chairs permanently installed along the waterfront at Gellatly Bay have...

Kelowna RCMP investigating sexual assault attempt by stranger on walking trail over the weekend

Kelowna RCMP investigating sexual assault attempt by stranger on walking trail over the weekend

Kelowna 12:28 pm - 28,483 views

Police are investigating after reports from an adult woman that an unknown man attempted to sexually assault her as she walked along a trail in Mission Creek...

Penticton RCMP investigating after senior shoved in front of a bus

Penticton RCMP investigating after senior shoved in front of a bus

Penticton 11:59 am - 27,653 views

Penticton RCMP are seeking witnesses to an alleged assault against a 93-year-old woman. According to police, witnesses reported that on Wednesday, June 5 just...

Kelowna fire crews quickly knock down hedge fire on Burtch Road

Kelowna fire crews quickly knock down hedge fire on Burtch Road

Kelowna 6:30 pm - 27,440 views

UPDATE: 6:30 p.m. Kelowna Fire Department platoon captain Jarret Dais confirms there were no injuries as a result of Monday's fire at a townhome complex on...

Canada’s Competition Bureau finally takes a stand on food pricing

Canada’s Competition Bureau finally takes a stand on food pricing

Writer's Bloc 11:00 am - 25,410 views

The recent move by Canada’s Competition Bureau to investigate the parent companies of grocery giants Loblaws and Sobeys marks a significant step in...

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Social media star and comedian Bob Menery golfing in Kelowna

Social media star and comedian Bob Menery golfing in Kelowna

Kelowna 3:15 pm - 24,922 views

Kelowna is playing host to a well-known comedian with a massive following. Bob Menery, who boasts over 3 million followers on Instagram, is currently hitting...

Westwold resident puts up concrete wall following Highway 97 crash in his front yard

Westwold resident puts up concrete wall following Highway 97 crash in his front yard

Westwold 4:00 am - 19,030 views

A Westwold resident built a 70,000 pound concrete wall on his property so cars can't crash through his fence and threaten his home again. Resident Andrew...

Bill Gates moves ahead with nuclear project aimed at revolutionizing power generation

Bill Gates moves ahead with nuclear project aimed at revolutionizing power generation

Wyoming 11:48 am - 18,752 views

Bill Gates and his energy company are starting construction at their Wyoming site for a next-generation nuclear power plant he believes will...

Katie Holmes planning new career as an author

Katie Holmes planning new career as an author

Entertainment 2:38 pm - 18,302 views

Katie Holmes is planning a new career as an author. The 45-year-old actress - who shot to fame on teen show 'Dawson's Creek' in the 1990s - has...

Rare white grizzly bear Nakoda and her cubs die in separate crashes in BC park

Rare white grizzly bear Nakoda and her cubs die in separate crashes in BC park

Field 4:05 pm - 17,792 views

Parks Canada says a rare white grizzly bear has died of injuries that happened when she was struck by a car on the Trans-Canada Highway in British...

Right, centre-right must unify or lose to NDP: Christy Clark

Right, centre-right must unify or lose to NDP: Christy Clark

Vancouver 5:12 pm - 16,633 views

Former B.C. Liberal premier Christy Clark is not running for office, but nonetheless delivered a campaign-style speech Monday in front of a business audience,...

Temperatures to hover above 20 degrees all week

Temperatures to hover above 20 degrees all week

Thompson Okanagan 4:00 am - 15,543 views

It's going to be a beautiful week across the Thompson Okanagan. According to Environment Canada, temperatures are expected to hover well above 20 degrees...

Should there be a public inquiry into Canadian MPs accused of working with those behind foreign interference in Canadian elections?

Should there be a public inquiry into Canadian MPs accused of working with those behind foreign interference in Canadian elections?

Poll 7:30 pm - 15,384 views

Federal opposition parties say a public inquiry into foreign interference must address findings that some MPs "wittingly" participated in meddling....

B.C.'s drought: Agriculture sector feels the impact from prolonged dry conditions

B.C.'s drought: Agriculture sector feels the impact from prolonged dry conditions

BC 4:00 am - 14,981 views

This story is the first of a multi-part series running throughout June exploring the wide-ranging impacts of persistent drought conditions seen across the...

Hiker and dog bitten by cougar in Strathcona Park

Hiker and dog bitten by cougar in Strathcona Park

Vancouver Island 5:09 pm - 13,533 views

A cougar attacked a dog and bit its owner as she was trying to intervene on a remote trail in Strathcona Provincial Park on Saturday. The incident happened on...

Man dies after being found injured inside North Kamloops home, police say

Man dies after being found injured inside North Kamloops home, police say

Kamloops 9:01 am - 13,218 views

Police are investigating the death of a man found suffering apparent blunt-force injuries over the weekend inside a North Kamloops home. According to Mounties,...

Buzz Boss helps you deal with ant infestations

Buzz Boss helps you deal with ant infestations

Sponsored content 12:01 am - 12,723 views

It’s ant time in the Okanagan. Early spring is the time many homeowners start to see ants crawling around outside—and in some cases—inside of...

Mel Brooks becomes world’s fourth PEGOT winner

Mel Brooks becomes world’s fourth PEGOT winner

Entertainment 5:09 pm - 12,382 views

Mel Brooks is now an ultra-rare PEGOT winner. ‘The Producers’ director, 97, added a Career Achievement Award to his trophy of gongs at the 84th...

Panthers upend Oilers 4-1, lead Stanley Cup final 2-0

Panthers upend Oilers 4-1, lead Stanley Cup final 2-0

Sports 9:15 pm - 12,233 views

If the Oilers are to win the Stanley Cup, they are going to have to do it in a very hard way. They fell into an 0-2 hole in the final with a 4-1 loss to the...

Over 4,000 residents flee a town in southern Mexico after armed gangs start shooting, burn homes

Over 4,000 residents flee a town in southern Mexico after armed gangs start shooting, burn homes

Mexico 10:34 am - 11,886 views

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador acknowledged Monday that authorities have had to set up camps for displaced people after some 4,200...

Prince collaborator Sheila E. says she's 'heartbroken' at being turned away from Paisley Park

Prince collaborator Sheila E. says she's 'heartbroken' at being turned away from Paisley Park

Minneapolis 9:59 am - 11,848 views

Sheila E. figured she'd be welcome if she showed up unannounced to record some video at Paisley Park where the Grammy-nominated percussionist once...

Pump brakes on land use changes: former B.C. premier Glen Clark

Pump brakes on land use changes: former B.C. premier Glen Clark

Vancouver 3:25 pm - 11,820 views

The B.C. NDP government has made some significant policy changes on everything from indigenous reconciliation and forestry to climate change. But it should pump...

Rogers scoops rights to HGTV, Food Network, Discovery and more from Corus, Bell

Rogers scoops rights to HGTV, Food Network, Discovery and more from Corus, Bell

Toronto 1:23 pm - 11,422 views

Rogers Communications Inc. says it has signed "milestone" multi-year deals with NBCUniversal and Warner Bros. Discovery, scooping the Canadian rights...

Sicamous RCMP say motorcycle impounded, driver ticketed for excessive speeding on Highway 1

Sicamous RCMP say motorcycle impounded, driver ticketed for excessive speeding on Highway 1

Sicamous 3:16 pm - 10,967 views

A Nelson man had his motorcycle impounded after Sicamous Mounties say they clocked him on radar going 202 km/h on the Trans-Canada Highway. According to police,...

Two weeks after hush money verdict, Trump to meet with Senate Republicans

Two weeks after hush money verdict, Trump to meet with Senate Republicans

Washington 6:00 pm - 10,346 views

Former President Donald Trump will meet with Senate Republicans Thursday, speaking to the group just two weeks after he was convicted on 34 charges in his hush...

Martha's Vineyard is about to run out of pot. That's led to a lawsuit and a scramble by regulators

Martha's Vineyard is about to run out of pot. That's led to a lawsuit and a scramble by regulators

Martha's Vineyard 7:40 am - 10,226 views

An 81-year-old woman on Martha's Vineyard drove up to the Island Time dispensary last week seeking her usual order of pot. But owner Geoff Rose had to tell...

RCMP, B.C. Securities Commission deliver warnings to 10 suspected 'money mules'

RCMP, B.C. Securities Commission deliver warnings to 10 suspected 'money mules'

Surrey 10:31 am - 10,067 views

Police and the British Columbia Securities Commission say they have delivered warnings to 10 suspected "money mules" in an effort to fight investment...

City of Kelowna is seeking public input on enhancements to Rutland Recreation Park

City of Kelowna is seeking public input on enhancements to Rutland Recreation Park

Kelowna 6:10 pm - 10,026 views

The City of Kelowna is looking for public input to help finalize improvements to Rutland Recreation Park. Enhancements in, and around the park, are part of the...

Summertime tradition of Pianos in the Park rolling out this week in downtown Kelowna

Summertime tradition of Pianos in the Park rolling out this week in downtown Kelowna

Kelowna 1:00 pm - 9,812 views

Anyone tempted to tickle the ivories will be happy to know the annual Pianos in the Park program is returning to Kelowna. Pianos will roll out downtown over the...

Judge denies bid to dismiss certain counts in Trump classified documents indictment

Judge denies bid to dismiss certain counts in Trump classified documents indictment

Washington 3:36 pm - 9,319 views

The federal judge presiding over the classified documents case against former President Donald Trump and two of his associates denied a request Monday to...

Andrew Grose star of Just For Laughs returns to Kelowna for 2 shows

Andrew Grose star of Just For Laughs returns to Kelowna for 2 shows

Kelowna 7:00 pm - 9,313 views

The Comedy Cabaret at the Kelowna Actors Studio is bringing back popular comedian Andrew Grose for two shows, June 21 and 22. Andrew Grose, is bringing his...

Kamloops RCMP say Mountie hurt in motorcycle crash expected to recover

Kamloops RCMP say Mountie hurt in motorcycle crash expected to recover

Kamloops 3:14 pm - 9,225 views

A Kamloops RCMP officer injured in a collision last week that closed Fortune Drive is expected to recover from his injuries. The crash, which involved a police...

Sicamous RCMP seized firearms, drugs after catching prohibited driver behind the wheel

Sicamous RCMP seized firearms, drugs after catching prohibited driver behind the wheel

Sicamous 11:47 am - 9,135 views

Sicamous Mounties say they seized two firearms as well as an illegal quantity of cocaine, methamphetamine and heroin after catching a prohibited driver behind...

Freeland challenges Tories to take stand on capital gains changes with House motion

Freeland challenges Tories to take stand on capital gains changes with House motion

Ottawa 11:07 am - 8,566 views

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland laid down a tax gauntlet for her Conservative opponents today with a motion to make the promised changes to capital gains...

Right wing ascendance to EU mainstream could impact Canada trade, climate policy

Right wing ascendance to EU mainstream could impact Canada trade, climate policy

Ottawa 4:41 pm - 8,502 views

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he's taking an optimistic approach after Europeans made a lurch to the far-right in continental elections that could...

Judge dismisses defamation lawsuit filed by Merritt-area First Nation's chief, council

Judge dismisses defamation lawsuit filed by Merritt-area First Nation's chief, council

Merritt 4:12 pm - 8,190 views

A B.C. Supreme Court judge has thrown out a defamation lawsuit filed by the chief and council of a Merritt-area First Nation against a mother and son who took...

Montreal admits sudden patio closing during busy Grand Prix night was unacceptable

Montreal admits sudden patio closing during busy Grand Prix night was unacceptable

Montreal 3:22 pm - 8,055 views

The City of Montreal has launched an investigation and suspended an employee after fire prevention officers ordered a number of restaurants to shut their packed...

Four new members on Downtown Kelowna Association board

Four new members on Downtown Kelowna Association board

Kelowna 9:00 pm - 7,974 views

Downtown Kelowna Association has added four new members to its board of directors. The business organization held its annual general meeting last week, during...

A military plane carrying Malawi's vice president has gone missing and a search is underway

A military plane carrying Malawi's vice president has gone missing and a search is underway

Malawi 10:31 am - 7,798 views

A military plane carrying Malawi's vice president and nine others went missing Monday and a search was underway, the president's office said. The plane...

Construction costs for Vernon road infrastructure have ballooned 126 per cent over the last 10 years

Construction costs for Vernon road infrastructure have ballooned 126 per cent over the last 10 years

Vernon 4:00 am - 7,641 views

As of 2024, construction costs for Vernon road infrastructure have increased by 126 per cent since 2014. The data comes from a report submitted to council ahead...

Harsh winters put an end to Halifax palm tree experiment begun in 2018

Harsh winters put an end to Halifax palm tree experiment begun in 2018

Halifax 10:01 am - 7,276 views

An experiment that began in 2018 to see if palm trees could survive in Halifax came to an end this spring when the last two surviving trees failed to bloom. The...

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss release Led Zeppelin cover

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss release Led Zeppelin cover

Entertainment 7:29 am - 7,249 views

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss have released their live version of Led Zeppelin classic ‘When The Levee Breaks’. The legendary group's frontman,...

The Inspired Word Cafe to host three-day festival in Kelowna this month

The Inspired Word Cafe to host three-day festival in Kelowna this month

Kelowna 4:00 am - 7,155 views

The Inspired Word Cafe is bringing their annual festival to Kelowna this month. The three-day festival will offer programming in both English and French...

A few hundred gathered at Eldorado Resort Monday for cannabis industry event

A few hundred gathered at Eldorado Resort Monday for cannabis industry event

Kelowna 5:00 pm - 7,042 views

A few hundred cannabis enthusiasts, growers, and retailers gathered at Eldorado Manteo Resort in Kelowna on Monday to learn about all things pot. The one-day...

The myth of invincibility: Why senior men need care and support

The myth of invincibility: Why senior men need care and support

Opinion 4:00 am - 6,958 views

June is Men's Health month in Canada and it’s important to raise awareness of health issues that men face as they age. According to the Canadian...

Open letter calls on Vancouver Whitecaps to 'do the right thing' after Messi situation

Open letter calls on Vancouver Whitecaps to 'do the right thing' after Messi situation

Vancouver 3:26 pm - 6,910 views

An open letter calls on the Vancouver Whitecaps to do more for fans who paid inflated ticket prices to see Lionel Messi at BC Place. The manager of a ticketing...

Events for Dad plentiful in Penticton this Father's Day

Events for Dad plentiful in Penticton this Father's Day

Penticton 4:00 am - 6,891 views

"Four seasons of fun" is an ongoing collaboration between Castanet and Visit Penticton showcasing what Penticton has to offer all year round. Watch...

Fight over constitutional provisions to guard against oil, gas pollution moves ahead in New Mexico

Fight over constitutional provisions to guard against oil, gas pollution moves ahead in New Mexico

Santa Fe 5:02 pm - 6,805 views

A New Mexico judge cleared the way Monday for a landmark lawsuit to proceed that alleges the state has failed to meet its constitutional obligations for...

Canada, U.K. privacy officials launch joint investigation into 23andMe data breach

Canada, U.K. privacy officials launch joint investigation into 23andMe data breach

Ottawa 8:44 am - 6,639 views

Canada's privacy commissioner is teaming up with his U.K. counterpart to investigate a data breach discovered last year at 23andMe. Philippe Dufresne's...

Recommended grant amounts reduced by City of Vernon staff

Recommended grant amounts reduced by City of Vernon staff

Vernon 11:36 am - 6,201 views

Vernon’s city council will decide which organizations receive discretionary grants at Monday’s meeting. A report submitted to council says 15 grant...

Weapons complaint draws large Kamloops RCMP presence to Tournament Capital Centre

Weapons complaint draws large Kamloops RCMP presence to Tournament Capital Centre

Kamloops 2:04 pm - 6,174 views

UPDATE: 2:04 p.m. Kamloops Mounties have now cleared the Tournament Capital Centre following a weapons complaint late Monday morning. Kamloops RCMP Cpl. Crystal...

Second annual Komasket Powwow brings culture to community

Second annual Komasket Powwow brings culture to community

Okanagan Indian Band 10:08 am - 6,121 views

The second annual Komasket Powwow wrapped up Sunday after a weekend of events. Organizers are still tallying exactly how many people attended the event, but...

Sicamous RCMP say man reportedly speeding, doing donuts was celebrating Oilers playoff win

Sicamous RCMP say man reportedly speeding, doing donuts was celebrating Oilers playoff win

Sicamous 12:01 pm - 6,019 views

An Oilers playoff win inspired one inebriated man to get in his Corvette and do donuts on Riverside Drive, according to Sicamous RCMP. Police said the incident...

Hunter Biden's gun trial enters its final stretch after deeply personal testimony about his drug use

Hunter Biden's gun trial enters its final stretch after deeply personal testimony about his drug use

Delaware 7:27 am - 6,008 views

The criminal trial of President Joe Biden's son heads into its final stretch Monday as the defense tries to chip away at prosecutors' case laying bare...

Former Kamloops resident to be sentenced for assaulting woman with knife sharpener

Former Kamloops resident to be sentenced for assaulting woman with knife sharpener

Kamloops 4:00 am - 5,912 views

A former Kamloops resident may be sentenced to probation after striking a woman with a kitchen tool at a local park last summer. William Elwood, 19, pleaded...

North Vancouver crews rescue cliff jumper from Lynn Canyon

North Vancouver crews rescue cliff jumper from Lynn Canyon

North Vancouver 2:35 pm - 5,704 views

Creek rescue season has arrived in Lynn Canyon. District of North Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services members were called to the creek below the Twin Falls...

Advising your adult children on a first home purchase

Advising your adult children on a first home purchase

It's Your Money 4:00 am - 5,499 views

In today's Canadian housing market, soaring property prices and rising interest rates pose significant challenges, particularly for young adults looking to...

Gibsons introduces smoke bylaw to regulate indoor burning

Gibsons introduces smoke bylaw to regulate indoor burning

Gibsons 8:40 am - 5,380 views

Where there’s smoke, there’ll soon be a bylaw. Gibsons is introducing a new bylaw to regulate indoor burning, something that’s currently...

Lack of fleece inventory contributes to Roots reporting $8.9M Q1 loss, sales drop

Lack of fleece inventory contributes to Roots reporting $8.9M Q1 loss, sales drop

Toronto 10:02 am - 5,347 views

Roots Corp. says it lost $8.9 million in its latest quarter as it missed out on some sales because it didn't have enough of its fleece products to keep up...

Nvidia 10-for-1 stock split goes into effect after stock price for the chipmaker doubled this year

Nvidia 10-for-1 stock split goes into effect after stock price for the chipmaker doubled this year

New York 9:52 am - 5,315 views

Nvidia's 10-for-1 stock split is in effect, giving investors nine additional shares for every one that they already own. Shares declined slightly to $119.77...

Glastonbury nearly shut down

Glastonbury nearly shut down

Entertainment 8:52 am - 5,310 views

Glastonbury festival very nearly shut down. Emily Eavis - who organises the world-famous music festival with her father, Sir Michael Eavis, who opened the event...

Chrysler recalls more than 211,000 SUVs and pickup trucks due to software malfunction

Chrysler recalls more than 211,000 SUVs and pickup trucks due to software malfunction

New York 8:36 am - 4,992 views

Stellantis-owned Chrysler is recalling more than 211,000 SUVs and pickup trucks in the U.S., due to a software malfunction that could disable the cars'...

Summerland residents rally for final push to save contentious dog park

Summerland residents rally for final push to save contentious dog park

Summerland 11:29 am - 4,833 views

Dozens of people and their four-legged companions showed up for a group photo as one last push to keep a contentious off-leash dog park at Peach Orchard in...

Whisky, rum and key lime pie: Smith and DeSantis place wager on Stanley Cup final

Whisky, rum and key lime pie: Smith and DeSantis place wager on Stanley Cup final

Edmonton 9:53 am - 4,576 views

Alberta Premier Danielle Smith and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis have made a friendly wager on the Stanley Cup final. Smith says in a social media post that if the...

An investment firm has taken a $1.9 billion stake in Southwest Airlines and wants to oust the CEO

An investment firm has taken a $1.9 billion stake in Southwest Airlines and wants to oust the CEO

Dallas 8:42 am - 4,431 views

Activist shareholder Elliott Investment Management has bought a $1.9 billion stake in Southwest Airlines and is seeking to force out the CEO of the airline,...

Wildfire that forced thousands from Fort Nelson, B.C., now listed as under control

Wildfire that forced thousands from Fort Nelson, B.C., now listed as under control

Fort Nelson 11:07 am - 4,237 views

The wildfire that forced 4,700 people to leave their homes in Fort Nelson, B.C., is now listed as under control. The BC Wildfire Service says in a social media...

City of Kamloops says more local households will be eligible for efficiency rebates

City of Kamloops says more local households will be eligible for efficiency rebates

Kamloops 6:10 pm - 3,957 views

The City of Kamloops is advising residents that eligibility is expanding for a provincial program offering heat pump rebates. In a news release, the city said...

UN Security Council adopts a cease-fire resolution aimed at ending Israel-Hamas war in Gaza

UN Security Council adopts a cease-fire resolution aimed at ending Israel-Hamas war in Gaza

New York 1:37 pm - 3,918 views

The U.N. Security Council on Monday approved its first resolution endorsing a cease-fire plan aimed at ending the eight-month war between Israel and Hamas in...

Calgary mayor applauds reduced water use after pipeline break

Calgary mayor applauds reduced water use after pipeline break

Calgary 8:38 am - 3,899 views

Calgary's mayor says residents are stepping up to reduce their water use since a major pipeline break threatened the city's supply. Jyoti Gondek says...

Kamloops on track for deadliest year of overdose crisis

Kamloops on track for deadliest year of overdose crisis

Kamloops 11:58 am - 3,675 views

Kamloops is on pace to record its deadliest year ever for drug overdoses after six more people lost their lives to toxic illicit drugs in the city in April,...

International Kamloops Open pickleball tournament sees record number of players

International Kamloops Open pickleball tournament sees record number of players

Kamloops 4:00 am - 3,610 views

A record number of pickleball players made their way to the courts at Riverside Park this weekend for the 2024 International Kamloops Open pickleball...

Jurors will resume deliberations in federal gun case against President Joe Biden's son Hunter

Jurors will resume deliberations in federal gun case against President Joe Biden's son Hunter

World 8:30 pm - 3,592 views

Jurors will resume deliberations Tuesday in the criminal case against President Joe Biden's son over a gun Hunter Biden bought in 2018 when prosecutors say...

Lawyers argue judge should find admitted serial killer not criminally responsible

Lawyers argue judge should find admitted serial killer not criminally responsible

Winnipeg 9:42 am - 3,513 views

Closing submissions are underway in the trial of a Winnipeg man who has admitted to killing four women. Lawyers for Jeremy Skibicki are arguing he was suffering...

Oxford University to return bronze sculpture of Hindu saint to India

Oxford University to return bronze sculpture of Hindu saint to India

London 7:25 am - 3,462 views

Oxford University has agreed to return a 500-year-old bronze sculpture of a Hindu poet and saint to India, the university's Ashmolean Museum said. The...

With 100M birds dead, poultry industry could serve as example as dairy farmers confront bird flu

With 100M birds dead, poultry industry could serve as example as dairy farmers confront bird flu

Iowa 9:33 pm - 3,445 views

As the U.S. dairy industry confronts a bird flu outbreak, with cases reported at dozens of farms and the disease spreading to people, the egg industry could...

Annual Colours 4 Kids run sees more than 1,000 happy participants in Penticton

Annual Colours 4 Kids run sees more than 1,000 happy participants in Penticton

Penticton 9:10 am - 3,411 views

Penticton’s most colourful fundraiser was a record-breaking success with more than 1,000 people of all ages and abilities participating in the Wildstone...

Biden's team asks CEOs how to further boost the economy while Trump says business is on his side

Biden's team asks CEOs how to further boost the economy while Trump says business is on his side

Washington 7:36 am - 3,243 views

On the campaign trail, President Joe Biden likes to take a hard thwack at corporate America. The Democrat tells voters that companies should pay more in taxes...

Committee raises concerns around new amenity cost charges, potential impact on housing affordability

Committee raises concerns around new amenity cost charges, potential impact on housing affordability

Kamloops 4:00 am - 3,219 views

Members of a Kamloops council committee are wary of a new method put forward by the province which would give local governments the opportunity to levy new...

Apple expected to enter AI race with ambitions to overtake the early leaders

Apple expected to enter AI race with ambitions to overtake the early leaders

Cupertino 9:45 am - 3,089 views

Apple's annual World Wide Developers Conference on Monday is expected to herald the company's move into generative artificial intelligence, marking its...

'Really special': Osoyoos Fire Rescue surprises 10-year-old on birthday

'Really special': Osoyoos Fire Rescue surprises 10-year-old on birthday

Osoyoos 2:47 pm - 3,008 views

10-year-old Luthor More and three of his school friends were taking a whack at a green dragon piñata when fire sirens began chirping at Osoyoos' Jack...

Cargojet signs three-year deal to operate charter flights to China

Cargojet signs three-year deal to operate charter flights to China

Hamilton 7:38 am - 3,004 views

Cargojet Inc. has signed a three-year agreement with Chinese company Great Vision HK Express to provide scheduled charter flights between Vancouver and China....

Vernon council endorses plan for Canada Day celebrations at Polson Park 2024

Vernon council endorses plan for Canada Day celebrations at Polson Park 2024

Vernon 6:00 pm - 2,900 views

With Canada Day coming up on July 1, a plan for activities and celebrations at Polson Park was endorsed by Vernon council. Council decided at its regular...

Foreign meddling inquiry must investigate allegations against MPs: opposition parties

Foreign meddling inquiry must investigate allegations against MPs: opposition parties

Ottawa 9:57 am - 2,591 views

Federal opposition parties say a public inquiry into foreign interference must address findings that some MPs "wittingly" participated in meddling....

Rob Shaw: BC NDP focuses on health-care improvements as election nears

Rob Shaw: BC NDP focuses on health-care improvements as election nears

Victoria 8:39 am - 2,565 views

Embedded in virtually every BC NDP candidate announcement these days — and there are a lot of them — is a line that might surprise you. It’s...

Church fire that destroyed Group of Seven murals not suspicious at this time: police

Church fire that destroyed Group of Seven murals not suspicious at this time: police

Toronto 9:55 am - 2,225 views

Toronto police say a devastating fire at the historic St. Anne’s Anglican Church is not being treated as suspicious at this time, although investigators...

Environment Canada calls for mix of sun and cloud, temperatures over 20 C in Kamloops region

Environment Canada calls for mix of sun and cloud, temperatures over 20 C in Kamloops region

Kamloops 4:00 am - 1,689 views

The coming week is forecast to see both sunny and overcast skies as temperatures remain over 20 C in the Kamloops region, according to Environment Canada. A mix...

Similkameen Star newspaper issues from 1900 to 1953 available online

Similkameen Star newspaper issues from 1900 to 1953 available online

Princeton 7:00 pm - 1,644 views

People interested in time travel can now go way back, at least virtually, with the completion of the Princeton and District Museum and Archives Society’s...

Local photographer gives free presentation on coffee table book showcasing South Okanagan landscapes and history

Local photographer gives free presentation on coffee table book showcasing South Okanagan landscapes and history

Osoyoos 4:00 am - 1,109 views

A South Okanagan photographer continues to share his view of the region from behind his camera with a free slideshow and talk about his new book of images...

Town of Osoyoos fixes memorial bench after vandalism

Town of Osoyoos fixes memorial bench after vandalism

Osoyoos 12:09 pm - 975 views

The Town of Osoyoos has confirmed that a memorial bench tipped over at Cottonwood Park over the weekend was an act of vandalism. On Saturday morning, the bench...