Cranbrook gets new, much-needed psychologist

Dr. Thompson is now the only registered psychologist in the entire East Kootenay

  • Nov 22nd, 2017

Education minister blasts Chilliwack school trustee on gender issues

Fleming calls Neufeld’s behaviour ‘shameful’ and ‘unacceptable’

BC Transit buses to get safety door for drivers

These new full-length doors will be tested in Victoria, Kelowna and Abbotsford

‘Fresh eyes’ looking into three missing Cowichan Tribes men

First Nations want answers to their disappearances

Pedestrian hit moments after receiving safety reflector from police

The Vancouver Island man was treated for minor injuries by police at the scene

BC RCMP hunt for white SUV that rammed cruiser

Kamloops RCMP are looking for a white SUV headed north on the Yellowhead Highway

November 7 Cranbrook Week in Review
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      St. Eugene Writer's Conference
        November 10 Cranbrook week in review

          B.C. to reimburse methadone patients for taking clinic fees off welfare cheques

          Provincial government agrees to pay back more than $5.5 million in deducted fees

          Stiff fine for B.C. man caught trafficking bear parts

          A Cache Creek resident was charged after an undercover sting operation by conservation officers

          Federal help for B.C. wildfire recovery on way

          Premier John Horgan says $100 million helps businesses rebuild

          Vandals pour fake blood on statues at B.C. church

          Church members concerned about string of acts of vandalism and possible escalation

          Man linked to Shuswap farm where human remains found to appear in court

          A rally will be held on the Vernon courthouse steps prior to Curtis Sagmoen’s appearance

          Cranbrook snow plow operator helps save elderly man

          The 73-year-old man had fallen at his isolated home, and finally was able to call for help

          Trouble at the drive-thru

          Customer freaks out after finding order not complete

          Wildlife group challenges B.C.’s interpretation of law on destroying bears

          Fur-Bearers are challenging a conservation officer’s decision to kill a bear cub near Dawson Creek

          Tourism numbers continue to climb in B.C.

          The biggest rise in international travellers to British Columbia are those coming from Australia

          VIDEO: ‘She is a tough cookie,’ says husband of found B.C. dog walker

          Annette Poitras found alive in the woods on Wednesday morning

          Accused in violent Kamloops burglary charged with attempted murder

          Accused in violent Kamloops burglary, home invasion charged with attempted murder; victim remains in hospital

          • Nov 22nd, 2017