KAMLOOPS, B.C. - Visitors to a popular recreational lake in British Columbia's southern Interior want better warnings about a potentially dangerous strain of algae suspected to be growing in the water.Kamloops reside

KAMLOOPS, B. - Visitors to a popular recreational lake in British Columbia& southern Interior want better warnings about a potentially dangerous strain of algae suspected to be growing in the water.

This message is scribbled on part of the beach that neighbours Sarah Mathieu's home. Transients will use drugs here just a few feet from her property.

This message is scribbled on part of the beach that neighbours Sarah Mathieu's home. Transients will use drugs here just a few feet from her property.

Somehow, the flames spared her home

Somehow, the flames spared her home

Reprieve for garden? - Kelowna News - Castanet.net

Reprieve for garden? - Kelowna News

KAMLOOPS – The recent rainfall and snowmelt is wreaking havoc on properties near creeks and streams and many of our highways have not been spared. Rivers are running high, lakes are full and the threat of risi

KAMLOOPS – The recent rainfall and snowmelt is wreaking havoc on properties near creeks and streams and many of our highways have not been spared.

KELOWNA - During the summer months, Okanagan farms and orchards attract workers from around the world and around the country, but often, strangely, that doesn't include locals.They are more likely to come from Quebec

To pick in a highly selective manner. Example, to cherry-pick data to suit a hypothesis.

KAMLOOPS — Odour complaints may be up but Domtar Mill officials say emissions at the pulp mill have decreased significantly. A report presented to city council earlier this week shows Domtar received 42 complaints in 2016, nearly triple the amount from 2015.

KAMLOOPS — Odour complaints may be up but Domtar Mill officials say emissions at the pulp mill have decreased significantly. A report presented to city council earlier this week shows Domtar received 42 complaints in nearly triple the amount from

Abandoned Kelowna rail line to become safe cycling route to UBC Okanagan

Abandoned Kelowna rail line to become safe cycling route to UBC Okanagan

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KAMLOOPS — Even though those around the council table certainly consider Kamloops an A-Grade city, they have approved an application to become a Bee City. That is, a city that supports pollinators like honey bees.

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