CBC | Kamloops News
A man has died in a snowmobiling accident during the Western Canada Hillcross Tour at Sun Peaks Resort, northeast of Kamloops, B.C.
B.C.'s restaurants say they end up waiting weeks for liquor orders to be delivered by the province's Liquor Distribution Branch.
More than 1,300 people attended a town hall with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Cambridge, Ont., Tuesday night.
Environment Canada is warning communities in B.C’s Southern Interior of spring snow on the way for many mountain passes on Saturday.
There are 645 candles lit in the display to represent the people who have died from an overdose over a two year period in the Central Okanagan, Kamloops, Vernon and Penticton.
Patient safety is at risk in British Columbia because of changes to the 911 dispatch system, says a fire chief who has instructed city staff not to call an ambulance during medical emergencies.
Five Williams Lake nurses are in Kamloops undergoing accelerated training in perinatal care so that maternity services can resume at the Cariboo Memorial Hospital. The hospital had to suspend obstetrical services at the end of February due to a critical shortage of maternity nurses.
A proposed overdose prevention site in Vernon, B.C. has been put on hold, the southern Interior’s health authority said in a statement on Monday.
A small B.C. town's only Sikh temple has just been sold, the money donated to charity when the few remaining in Clearwater's Sikh community decided it didn't need the space anymore.
Everesting is an international challenge that bikers have been doing where they pick a hill and cycle laps until they've biked uphill an elevation of 8,848 metres, which is the height of Mount Everest.
The film industry in B.C., is booming, but filmmakers outside the Lower Mainland face struggles to make living making films.
Talented 13-year-old Raine Padgham is attracting attention as one of the best young players in Canada.
Vernon, B.C., will be home to the Interior’s next overdose prevention site, and the local health authority would like to see it up and running by summer of this year.
Kara-Lee Arcand was already addicted to cocaine and ecstasy by age 13. In high school she knew more about gangs and drugs than she did about math.
Instances of Douglas fir beetles harming B.C., Interior forests are on the rise, particularly in the Cariboo region.
A program run by the Kamloops Food Policy Council is trying to reduce food waste by collecting excess fruit grown in the area and turning it into popsicles.