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Kamloops family dog goes viral

Kamloops family dog goes viral

A Kamloops dog will never know how famous he his. Montana, a 10-year-old golden Labrador belonging to Melanie and Craig DeWolf, is a YouTube sensation after a family video surpassed one million views this week.
Kamloops dog shows stick-to-itiveness while stumped by stuck stick

Kamloops dog shows stick-to-itiveness while stumped by stuck stick

A Kamloops, pooch who refused to be stumped by a stuck stick has become a YouTube sensation for its stick-to-itiveness.
Apps use GPS technology to put runners into smartphone games

Apps use GPS technology to put runners into smartphone games

VANCOUVER - Tapping into technology has long been part of the routine for runners like Craig Slagel, from using stopwatches to digital music players to sophisticated GPS trackers.
Premier Christy Clark defends minister Pat Bell in allegations of wrongdoing during bid process

Premier Christy Clark defends minister Pat Bell in allegations of wrongdoing during bid process

Premier Christy Clark strongly defended one of her senior ministers Tuesday against allegations from two B.C. Liberal insiders that he acted in bad faith during the bid process for a multimillion-dollar government contract.
Court hands B.C. pee wee coach 15 days in jail for tripping opposing player

Court hands B.C. pee wee coach 15 days in jail for tripping opposing player

RICHMOND, B.C.
Revised BC Place lawsuit claim seeks $39m from cable installer

Revised BC Place lawsuit claim seeks $39m from cable installer

BC Place stadium’s steel contractor made it official on February 22, filing an amended statement of claim in the BC Supreme Court for almost $40 million against the company it hired to install roof support cables, Business in Vancouver has learned.
Yoga session help Canucks relax, but goaltending question remains to be answered

Yoga session help Canucks relax, but goaltending question remains to be answered

VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Canucks did some yoga Monday to help them relax after a disappointing loss in Detroit, but a potentially stressful question still needs to be answered.
B.C. premier unveils candidates, talks economy in run-up to May 14 election

B.C. premier unveils candidates, talks economy in run-up to May 14 election

VANCOUVER - British Columbia Premier Christy Clark has unveiled the Liberal party's candidates at a pre-campaign kickoff to the May 14 election, which she says will be a tough, close fight.
Former EPL star says he must adjust quickly to Major League Soccer

Former EPL star says he must adjust quickly to Major League Soccer

VANCOUVER - As Nigel Reo-Coker began what he described as a North American "adventure" on Friday, he was still getting to know his Vancouver Whitecaps. But after playing in England for more than a decade, Reo-Coker already recognized a key issue.
Beleaguered film workers take unusual step to spread the word about plight

Beleaguered film workers take unusual step to spread the word about plight

The unions and guilds representing B.C.’s film and TV industry workers are stepping up efforts to raise awareness of their industry’s impact on the local economy – and the latest initiative is taking a unique twist.