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Avalanche Canada has issued a special public avalanche warning for recreational backcountry users this weekend.
Coast Capital Savings and BC Games Society team up again for 2016 BC Games
Once again there’s no shortage of West Kootenay content in the latest issue of British Columbia Magazine.
The latest issue of Black Press’ quarterly lifestyles magazine is now available on newsstands and in coffee shops throughout the region.
Rick Jensen is taking over as chair of the Columbia Basin Trust from the retiring Greg Deck.
The University of BC has placed more digitized local newspapers online, a boon for local historians.
Used.ca is headquartered in Victoria, BC and is a part of Black Press Community Media.
Election results can be found under the Federal Election tab at the top right of our home page.
From the economy and debates to niqabs and protest songs, we recap the election issues and antics with this interactive timeline
Rylee Andrew Shipley and Colton Emery Knowles have been with two armed robberies in addition to the one they committed in Grand Forks.
Two people appeared in Rossland court on Monday after police caught them with 20 grams of meth and two grams of black tar heroin.
Samantha Troy of Rossland has joined the race for the Oct.19 election
The RCMP has laid First Degree murder charges on Derek James Saretzky, 22, who was taken into police custody on Tuesday.
Seventy finalists competed at this year's Abbotsford International Airshow for a shot at the title of Amateur Photographer of the year
The Trail Stingrays Swim Club made a splash at the Regional Swim Meet in Castlegar on the weekend.
New one-year recreation deal will allow Beaver Valley residents to use Trail facilities at Trail resident prices
Fire updates from around B.C., with photos, interactive charts and updates from Twitter and Facebook
The BC Wildfire Service says there have been 1,342 wildfires since April 1, 2015, burning 276,000 hectares
Evacuation alerts have been lifted but the public must remain vigilant.
The Church of Dirt is well into its third season and working on new trail Eddie J.