Licence plate intolerance apparently on rise in B.C. during coronavirus pandemic

It seems the coronavirus pandemic has led to an increase in out-of-province intolerance in B.C. Last week, police in Trail, B.C., released information on a verbal argument at a local plaza regarding a man questioning a woman’s presence in B.C.…

Okanagan wineries allowed to open doors again for taste testing: ‘It’s very nice’

It’s summer staple in the Okanagan: Sampling wines. For a while, it appeared tasting the latest offerings of red, white and sparkling would, like other aspects of society, fall victim to the coronavirus pandemic. Last week, though, the provincial government…

Democracy sidestepped in ban on assault-style firearms, say Conservative MPs in B.C. Interior

An online petition against Canada’s newest gun ban has gathered more than 25,000 signatures since its inception just three days ago. The petition says the ban, introduced this month by the federal Liberals, will strip law-abiding Canadians of their legally-purchased…

Winter storm warnings still in effect for major routes in B.C.’s Southern Interior

Winter storm warnings are still in effect for all major highways in B.C.’s Southern Interior. Issued early Thursday by Environment Canada, the warnings predicted heavy rain and/or snowfall from an atmospheric river laden with moisture. The warnings stretched from Howe…

Indigenous Tourism accord signed in Kelowna to help boost growing economic sector

Indigenous Tourism B.C. and the B.C. government have signed a new accord, renewing a partnership that is centered around the fastest growing sector of tourism in the province. The Indigenous Tourism Accord was signed on Nov. 14 in Kelowna during…

Edmonton Oilers fend off Devils for 4-0 win

Posted November 8, 2019 11:49 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Mikko Koskinen made 26 saves for his first shutout of the season as the Edmonton Oilers topped the New Jersey…