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  • Knox Mountain Hill Climb looking for volunteers

    Are you ready for the 60th Annual Knox Mountain Hill Climb? There is a great line up of drivers already registered for this great event.
  • Safety tips for hanging those lights this season

    As the calendar turns over to December, many thousands of British Columbia workers and homeowners will be decorating homes for the holidays and WorkSafeBC is reminding everyone to undertake this work safely, especially when using ladders. 
  • Holiday spirit at the Penticton Regional Hospital building site

    Even the big machinery is getting into the spirit of the season at the Penticton Regional Hospital.
  • Armstrong farm featured in series of 4H tractor safety videos

    WorkSafeBC, 4-H British Columbia and AgSafe have teamed up to create two new agriculture safety videos that reinforce farm safety information for thousands of young people on B.C. farms. The videos, which will be shown at 4-H club meetings and events provincewide, promote safe work practices on and around tractors and other farm machinery. 
  • Clement Avenue night work for warehouse removal

    KELOWNA - Clement Avenue between Ethel and Richter streets will be down to single-lane traffic overnight next week.

    From Sunday, Aug. 21, to Saturday, Aug. 27, Clement will be limited to single-lane alternating traffic from 7 p.m. until 6 a.m.

    Machinery and construction noise can be expected during this time, as a contractor removes the old packinghouse structure from the privately-owned lot.
  • Glenmore Landfill to begin recycling mattresses

    The Glenmore Landfill will be recycling mattresses beginning June 1.
  • Wildfire reduction work in Kenna Cartwright Park

    KAMLOOPS - As part of the continuing efforts by the City of Kamloops' Natural Resources Department to reduce potential forest fires, crews will be performing a clean-up in Kenna Cartwright nature park.
  • Snow clearing in downtown Kamloops

    KAMLOOPS - City crews are continuing to remove accumulated snow from city streets. Residents are notified that crews will be working downtown on Seymour Street, Lansdowne Street and Victoria Street starting the evening of Dec. 29.
  • Weekly Volunteer Highlights for Dec. 10 to 17

    Canadian Cancer Society
    Gift Wrapping Volunteers – This December the local Kamloops Unit of the Canadian Cancer Society will be providing Gift Wrap by Donation at Aberdeen Mall for the entire month. As you can imagine, it takes hundreds of volunteers to make this program successful. We need your help! Donations of time are just as valuable as donations of money, and we would be so grateful for a gift of your time for a four-hour shift.
  • Central Okanagan yard waste pickup winds down

    CENTRAL OKANAGAN - Another sign that winter’s on the way, there’s one month left to have your yard waste picked up at your curb.

    Bi-weekly fall yard waste pickup ends Monday, Nov. 30. That’s the last day in the Central Okanagan for the curbside yard waste pickup program until collection resumes again March 1, 2016.

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