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VIDEO: Despite controversy, Anthony Bourdain championed Canadian cuisine

Bourdain travelled to Newfoundland last fall, where he ate fish and chips in Petty Harbour

Potential gas shortages: What you think

The Morning Star asks the community how potential shortages would affect them

Enderby 2018 grads paint the town

ENDERBY- A.L. Fortune Secondary Class of 2018 fulfills graduation tradition.

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Launch of the Raptors
Festivities continue at Lumby Days
Gas shortages: What you think
Enderby grads paint the town

Sea lion shot in face one year ago to live at Vancouver Aquarium

Senor Cinco was deemed non-releasable by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans

Former B.C. TV news anchor suffers hearing loss

Tony Parsons is speaking out about the importance of getting your hearing checked

Goats get in downward dog at O’Keefe Ranch

Yoga with Goats every Wednesday and Saturday in June

Chaos creates food bank support

Annual crafting event, Creative Chaos, raised funds and non-perishables for those in need

Salmon Arm woman fights for a life-changing surgery

Parkinson’s patient lobbies government to fund another operating room and reduce wait time

VIDEO: Deer and rabbit frolic in B.C. park

Bambi and Thumper play in a Comox greenspace

Weather outlook calls for sunshine

Rain expected to return next weekend

  • Jun 4th, 2018

REPLAY: B.C. this week in video

In case you missed it, here’s a look at replay-worthy highlights from across the province this week

What’s happening

Find out what events are taking place this weekend in the Okanagan and Shuswap

VIDEO: How to start thinking about a new voting system

A B.C. politicial science professor talks about first-past-the-post and proportional representation

Video: Princeton Mining Days was a real BLAST

It was a day to celebrate mining in Princeton as Copper Mountain Mine sponsored Mining Days.

5 of the weirdest items affected by the Canada-U.S. trade war

Flat-rolled steel to playing cards and felt-tipped pens are just some of the items

High water closes parks, boat launches

Shuswap Lake access restricted in some areas from Eagle Bay to Swansea Point

Vernon’s Davison Orchards celebrates 85 years

This family business has been growing apples in Vernon since 1933.

New food bank, with new approach opens in Kelowna

Food bank now offers its clients the feeling of shopping at a food market