The operator of four inflatable Okanagan water parks is still waiting to hear if he can open…
A video circulating on social media showing a Kelowna Mountie arresting a combative driver doesn't tell the full story, Kelowna's top cop said in a news release.
With local swimming pools closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, former Liquid Lightning swimmer Kierra Smith is keeping her goal of returning to the Olympics in 2021 alive training in a private West Kelowna 10-metre outdoor pool in April wearing what resembles a large elastic band.
The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League will be seeking financial assistance from the provincial and federal governments in light of the negative impact being felt by its 20 member teams due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
OTTAWA - Canadians who tune in to watch proceedings in the House of Commons during the COVID-19 crisis may wonder why Conservative and Bloc Quebecois MPs continue to accuse the Liberal government of shutting down Parliament.
ST-JEROME, Que. - A Quebec man found guilty of two murders poses a high risk to public safety as well as a risk of evading authorities, correctional documents filed at his sentencing hearing Tuesday suggest.
NEW YORK - For many Americans, the unrest sweeping through several cities this past weekend was reason enough to stay home and watch it on television.
TORONTO - Investor optimism about economic reopenings pushed North American stock markets, crude oil prices and the loonie to nearly three-month highs.
If Members of Parliament are not sitting in the House of Commons, why then are they receiving full pay during COVID-19? We’re often told of the gruelling travel schedules for MPs, especially those from Western Canada and remote areas. For the average Canadian still fortunate to be working, m…