Take a closer look at the city

Two new viewers let the public see detailed parts of the city from Kalum Hill

VIDEO: Hammock deer has celebrity status

After getting tangled in a backyard hammock “Hammy” the deer has T-shirts and a Facebook following

Hobiyee celebrations ring in Nisga'a New Year in Laxgalts'ap
Skeena Diversity Society mixes loves of food and community at weekly event
Quantum Leaps Conference for young women aims to inspire pursuit of careers in science, technology
Why one Hedley fan covered up her tattoo

Save power after Daylight Saving

Remember to turn your clocks back an hour Sunday morning

  • Nov 3rd, 2017

Hers today and someone else’s tomorrow

You grow 16 inches of hair and what have you got? A donation to the Canadian Cancer Society

Take time to turn clocks back one hour

Before you go to bed Saturday night, change your clocks and get an extra hour of sleep

Terrace’s drag queen plans big for the future

Luna Saffron is already performing in other communities

Keep your pets safe this Halloween

Halloween can be the most dangerous night of the year for your cats and dogs

B.C. paramedic honoured for instructor excellence

Chilliwack’s Bill Bailey has dedicated his life to improving trauma care for patients and providers

Sheep on the lam in Penticton

Not black sheep, but pretty baaaah-d

Guides eager to get going with new year of activities

Plans underway already for Christmas and beyond

  • Oct 26th, 2017

Isn’t she lovely?

Second annual Dude Looks Like a Lady womanless pageant fundraiser raises more than $20,000.

Shuswap residents step up for family in Puerto Rico

Mara Landing caretakers grateful for fundraising effort for their kids

Solar system starts to take shape along Grand Trunk Pathway

Uplands Grade 6 students presented idea to city council earlier this year

VIDEO: ‘Lyle the singing pig’ searching for home

SPCA say the pig is ‘not opera-ready’

Batten down the hatches winter is coming

When the nights get colder and frost starts appearing in the mornings it’s time to take action

Breakfast proceeds go to food banks

City council’s pancake breakfast made more than $1,000 for the food banks