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VIDEO: Entangled sea lion rescued near Tofino

An adult female Steller sea lion was facing a potentially painful and slow death on Cleland Island.

Premier John Horgan, NDP cabinet get down to work

NDP’s 22-member cabinet includes minister of mental health

Nakusp wimming lessons cancelled despite safety concerns

“We live by a lake. Water safety is a must.”

Fire ban in place across B.C.

A complete and total ban on open fires is now in place in British Columbia.

Lightning sparks fires in Nakusp area

Four fires were started Monday by lightning in the Nakusp area.

Overwaitea philanthropy is food for thought

Do you know how deeply entrenched Overwaitea is in this community?

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UNDER EVACUATION: Prince George, Kamloops prepare for longterm
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Police rule 13-year-old’s death a homicide, investigation continues
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UNDER EVACUATION: Leaving the fate of Williams Lake in Mother Nature's hands
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Rain hits Williams Lake
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Nakusp Council reviews trails masterplan

July’s council meeting was focused on an update on the Trails Masterplan.

Discounted hotel rooms for wildfire evacuees

Coast Hotels offering support to help ease the burden on evacuees

Lightning sparks small wildfires throughout Southeast Fire Centre

28 small fires started in southeastern B.C. on Monday, but none are threatening

RCMP send 340 officers from B.C. and Alberta to help with wildfires

RCMP say there will be ‘no tolerance for criminal activities’ in fire evacuation zones

RCMP asking for public patience

RCMP resources from around the province are being deployed to assist with a multitude of fires

  • Jul 7th, 2017

Police seeking suspect following alleged sexual assault

The RCMP are actively searching for a suspect following incident at Boundary Creek Provincial Park

BC Ferries reminds vehicle, foot passengers to avoid alcohol and drugs before sailings

Impaired drivers and walk-ons risk being reported to police – 127 were in past year

  • Jul 6th, 2017

Puppy found in Aldergrove with zap strap on infected tail

The BC SPCA is investigating what looks like an attempt at a home tail docking done wrong.

  • Jul 6th, 2017

VIDEO: Langley woman finds nest of bunnies in her backyard

Rebecca McKenzie is asking people to check their lawns before mowing the grass

High-ranking Hells Angel dies in Abbotsford hospital

David Giles was vice-president of Kelowna HA chapter

Victoria mother says child was burned by sunscreen

Says her son began to blister after using a spray-on sunscreen made by Banana Boat.

May numbers: Four deaths per day caused by illicit drugs

The BC Coroners Service says 129 people died during the month of May, slightly down from 136 deaths in April.

New Kootenay-Boundary child abuse response plan unveiled

The model includes co-ordination between agencies

Your Nakusp Canada Day activity roster

All of the events happening in the area for Canada 150.