CBC | Kamloops News
The military has called off its search for a small, home-built airplane that that disappeared without a trace during a flight from Edmonton, Alta., to Chilliwack, B.C. one week ago.
A group of Indigenous women is headed to Washington DC next week to elevate the importance of free, prior and informed consent from Indigenous people in big energy and industry projects.
The sister of a missing pilot whose plane wreck was recently found is putting together a support network for the families of missing people.
The government's first and only B.C. Cannabis Store will open in Kamloops and more retail locations are "anticipated" in the following months, with over 100 paid applications in various stages of entry.
Antonio Ramunno knew he shouldn’t have been out on his motorcycle, but it was such a beautiful night. He was just ‘pissing around’, doing stuff he knew he shouldn’t be.
The Mount Timothy Ski Area near Williams Lake is for sale after a series of setbacks including dwindling customers, lightning strikes, thefts, poor weather and technical problems ran the business into the ground.
A B.C. float plane operator says pilots and passengers may face danger because three coastal navigation systems are out of order.
The Liberal government will declare a federal statutory holiday to recognize the lasting negative legacy of residential schools, but the Conservative Indigenous affairs critic says the holiday would be a financial burden for Canada.
A revered, B.C.-based professor who has spent the majority of his career researching human-rights violations against the Slovak Roma has been granted bail, nearly 10 months after he was detained in Slovakia.
The ridge of high pressure bringing blue skies to the South Coast is also bringing air from the east, where many wildfires continue to burn, says CBC's meteorologist.
Residential school survivor Phyllis (Jack) Webstad is publishing a children’s book about her experience at residential school as a little girl, 'The Orange Shirt Story', hoping people will gain a deeper understanding of the meaning of Orange Shirt Day.
The wildfire on the outskirts of Okanagan Falls is less than a square kilometre in size and roughly half a kilometre away from the area's regional library.
Mounties and police leaders say the shooting of an officer in rural Manitoba on Wednesday night highlights the dangers RCMP officers face on a daily basis.
On Friday, International Overdose Awareness Day will be observed in communities all around the world.
The Independent Contractors and Businesses Association is asking the B.C. Supreme Court to strike down the provincial government's new hiring model for taxpayer-funded construction projects.
UBC Okanagan researchers have been sampling the DNA from hundreds of western rattlesnakes in B.C. in an effort to protect the threatened species.
The air quality health index reflects the severity of air pollution and how it might affect both the general population and at-risk populations — such as seniors, infants and people with heart or lung conditions in the short-term.