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Man charged with 2nd-degree murder of 2 people in remote B.C. community

Man charged with 2nd-degree murder of 2 people in remote B.C. community

Orlan Marcel Dennis alleged to be behind April 9 killings in Tsay Keh Dene
B.C. rescue team regroups after little orca thwarts capture in remote lagoon

B.C. rescue team regroups after little orca thwarts capture in remote lagoon

2-year-old whale has been alone in Little Espinosa Inlet since mother died 3 weeks ago
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemns Iran’s attacks on Israel

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemns Iran’s attacks on Israel

Middle East pushed closer to a region-wide war
Okanagan RCMP searching for woman last seen in ex-husband’s car

Okanagan RCMP searching for woman last seen in ex-husband’s car

Tatiana Stefanski was last seen in Lumby departing unexpectedly with ex-husband
Chaos at Australian mall as 6 people stabbed to death, suspect fatally shot

Chaos at Australian mall as 6 people stabbed to death, suspect fatally shot

Hundreds flee scene at busy Sydney shopping centre
Alberta businessman donates $1.5 million for new cancer therapy suite in Kelowna

Alberta businessman donates $1.5 million for new cancer therapy suite in Kelowna

“It’s an honour to give back,” states Marshall Eliuk
BC SPCA seizes 3 horses in Armstrong, forced to put one down

BC SPCA seizes 3 horses in Armstrong, forced to put one down

Not the 1st time agency has visited, charges being recommended
B.C. RCMP warn of Taylor Swift concert ticket scam on Facebook

B.C. RCMP warn of Taylor Swift concert ticket scam on Facebook

Police receive 4 fraud complaints from marketplace sales
B.C. First Nation declares emergency after spike in overdose deaths

B.C. First Nation declares emergency after spike in overdose deaths

State of local emergency issued for all six Tŝilhqot’in communities west of Williams Lake
‘No regard for our law’: Crown wants Kelowna ‘Freedom Fighter’ sentenced to jail

‘No regard for our law’: Crown wants Kelowna ‘Freedom Fighter’ sentenced to jail

David Lindsay, a leader of Kelowna’s self-proclaimed “Freedom Fighters,” has been found guilty of assaulting security guards while trying to enter an Interior Health building