CBC | Kamloops News
For many, getting their picture taken is nerve-wracking. Imagine what it was like for a group of women who showed off their stomachs before and after childbirth.
While the investigation into the 20-year-old's disappearance remains open, the lack of clues and a tight-lipped RCMP has sparked wild speculation and instilled lingering fears in the community of Sun Peaks.
The U.S. women's hockey team claimed its fourth straight Four Nations Cup title Saturday with a 5-2 win over host Canada.
Officials with ASK Wellness Society, the operators of the facility, says the safe-injection site is an important part of the project, which begins taking residents Nov. 12.
There were more than 100 serious injury claims in B.C. last year, according to WorkSafeBC, and a new campaign seeks to bring that number down.
A former Kamloops deputy sheriff has been handed a one year conditional sentence stemming from an investigation that was launched after a vigilante group lured him into a sexualized online relationship with a person representing themself as a 14-year-old girl.
Seamus Martin Weeks was just 18 years old when he contacted his victims, demanding nude photos and explicit videos, and threatening to post real or photoshopped images online if they didn't comply.
A Canadian university faculty association is investigating the suspension of a B.C. professor as a possible violation of academic freedom.
The Ford government and its online marijuana retailer are refusing to provide basic factual information about staffing levels at the Ontario Cannabis Store, raising questions about the reasons behind its delays in shipping pot.
The first legal, private non-medical cannabis retail store licence in B.C. has been issued for a store in Kimberley.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says it's "just dumb" that the Canadian economy is losing millions of dollars a day because her province can't get its oil to world markets.
When all remaining Greyhound bus service in B.C. comes to an end on Wednesday, the transportation minister says buses will still roll down 83 per cent of the routes.
A farm outside of Kamloops, B.C. is trying to make their operation 100 per cent waste-free. Their secret? Bugs.
Eight years ago, Laurie Hall made the critical decision to have her right leg amputated at the knee — a choice, she says, that turned out to be one of the best of her life.
A Kamloops man had a million-dollar winning lottery ticket in his wallet for three months before realizing on Tuesday that he was a winner.
Kamloops resident Kristopher Teichrieb has been sentenced to seven years in prison for a vicious baseball bat attack on 18-year-old Jessie Simpson, who had wandered into his backyard in June 2016.
B.C. still only has one licensed cannabis store, leaving dozens of Vancouver shops in limbo, with customers patronizing those willing to work outside the new legal regime.