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Yukon man taken to residential school at 4 years old denied compensation for early years
Roy Johnson says he endured extensive abuse at the Choutla Residential School
Alaska Highway reopens following Canada Day washout
The highway is open to single-lane traffic with a pilot car guiding travellers.
Nearly complete, 30,000-year-old mummified baby woolly mammoth discovered in Yukon
Trʼondëk Hwëchʼin elders named the mummified mammoth Nun cho ga meaning “big baby animal.”
Distant asteroid now bears Tagish adventurer Skookum Jim’s name
The renaming of the asteroid comes from a suggestion by the Yukon Astronomical Society.
Accused Yukon shooter appears in court as online donations pour in for victims
Ralph Shaw faces multiple charges related to an Oct. 26 shooting spree in the town of Faro
Grandfather among two killed in Highway 1 crash east of Sicamous
WHL team identifies one victim as player’s grandfather
Car drives in wrong lane towards oncoming traffic on Highway 1 in Shuswap
Police were notified about the dangerous driving
Aquarium users in B.C. warned after invasive mussels found at pet store
Conservation officers were told the mussels were found in a moss ball from a Terrace pet store.
Shuswap SPCA seeks forever home for inseparable Akbash dogs
A fundraiser to help medical expenses for Captain and Maria earned over 10 times its goal
A 2 week cellphone detox ‘enjoyable’ experience: Shuswap students
Organizer of Sicamous event suggests other schools give restricted phone use a try
Video: Shuswap man skates on, plunges into creek to encourage fellow hockey nuts
Mick DeRoo-Ludwig turned Chase Creek into his own private rink on Feb. 14.
Weather warning issued for B.C. mountain passes
Highway 1 and Highway 3 are both affected.
KIJHL postpones all games through end of 2020
Due to provincial health orders, games up to Dec. 31 have been pushed back
Alberta woman charged after allegedly hitting boy with watermelon at Okanagan campsite
Police say a disagreement among friends at an Adams Lake campsite turned ugly
Salmon Arm woman one of the oldest competitive bowlers in Western Canada
Florence Pineo is still keeping it between the gutters at almost 98 years old.
Small dog attacked by pit bull at Salmon Arm beach
Owner says her dog was pounced on by a larger dog owned by people camping on beach
Crews battle fire alongside Coquihalla Highway
The fire closed the highway’s northbound lanes near Merritt.
Opening night lineup for online Roots & Blues festival released
The first night of the festival on Aug. 14 will be stacked with favourites from previous years
Roots & Blues announces ticket giveaway ahead of online festival
The festival is streaming free online this year, but those who pre-register can win passes for 2021.
Roots & Blues festival trades Salmon Arm stage for online streaming
Although COVID-19 has halted a live festival, it can be watched digitally on Black Press Media sites