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  • UPDATE: Costco, IGA chicken salad recall; possible Listeria contamination

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN – Salads made with pre-cooked chicken have been pulled out of the coolers at Costco and IGA stores in B.C. in a recall triggered by an inspection by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
  • Pride Week brings awareness to TRU

    KAMLOOPS - With several hundred people attending Thompson Rivers University’s first Pride Awareness Week the event was a great success and everyone who attended was better for it.
  • Shots fired at Kamloops drug house

    KAMLOOPS – No one was hit when shots were fired inside a known drug house in Kamloops early Friday morning.
  • Total lunar eclipse an Easter weekend treat

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - Play a little hide and seek with one of the biggest ‘eggs’ you can find this week — a total lunar eclipse is scheduled to take place this Easter weekend.
  • Get your fill of Easter egg hunts in Kamloops

    KAMLOOPS - If your kids, or you, are itching for a little Easter fun this long weekend you will have your pick of activities in and around the city.
UBCO students, Hellen and Elis surverying cyclists at the UBCO exit on the Okanagan Rail Trail.
Driverless bus could become part of the Rail Trail in Kelowna
A joint UBCO-City of Kelowna study on transit options for the Okanagan Rail Trail through the city is stopping users to get their thoughts. “The need from the city was to explore the opportunity for this corridor, that is available to
Facebook/Gurdwara Guru Amardas Sikh Society wants to relocate to a larger site that will have an agricultural component.
New Kelowna Sikh temple looking to grow food for the needy
A relocated and expanded Gurdwara, or Sikh temple, will include gardens to feed the needy and train people going through difficult times. The Gurdwara Guru Amardas Sikh Society has applied to the City of Kelowna to rezone land near Benvouli
Local and International media set up as a small line starts to form in front of the Tweed store on Water Street in St. John's on Tuesday, October 16, 2018.
Canopy Growth to sell Tweed, Tokyo Smoke stores to OEGRC and Four20 owner
Canopy Growth Corp. is getting out of the cannabis retail business with two deals to divest its Tweed and Tokyo Smoke stores. The Smiths Falls, Ont. cannabis company announced Tuesday that it sold all of its stores outside Alberta, as well
Artist rendering of proposed housing development on the Ponderosa Lands in upper Peachland.
Peachland golf course project comes with hundreds of homes
More than a decade after first being approved, work is expected to start next year on a new golf course and up to 500 homes on what’s known as the Ponderosa lands in upper Peachland. In 2011, a plan for those lands was approved by the

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