Life

Got bats in your belfry?

If you find a bat, alive or dead, never touch it with your bare hands

  • Aug 1st, 2018

Okanagan hosts 4H clubs from across B.C.

Stock Show this weekend in Armstrong

Legion Week celebrated across B.C.

Starting today, BC/Yukon Command of Royal Canadian Legion is hosting events in 65 communities

VIDEO: Goats get in downward dog at B.C. ranch

Yoga with Goats every Wednesday and Saturday in June

‘I’ll have a grande latte and a venti bale for the horse’

Starbucks staff got quite the surprise when a horse and rider trotted up to the drive thru window

Unicyclist starts his cross-Canada trip in Vancouver

Taylor Stark started his journey May 7

  • May 23rd, 2018
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How much money should you leave behind after death?
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It's time for the longest lunar eclipse of the century

Video: B.C. canines crowned for saving owner’s life

One-year-later Matthew Smith is still recovering, in Campbell River

Surrounded by coastal serenity, tourists spontaneously tie the knot in Ucluelet

“I said, jokingly, to Justin, ‘Hey, you want to get married today?’ He said, ‘Yeah!’

Of cowboys, comics and literary critcism

Retired U of C professor finds peace in Nakusp

Making Pictures With Professional Photographer John Enman

Building a bridge in the Light the Portrait workshop

  • Oct 19th, 2017

Batten down the hatches winter is coming

When the nights get colder and frost starts appearing in the mornings it’s time to take action

Order of Canada marking 50-year anniversary

Quintessential Canadian additions to this year’s Order of Canada

Miss BC competition a ‘catalyst’ for confidence, advocacy

Past winner Tara Teng reflects on her accomplishments as this year’s event approaches

Leadership lessons forged from politics

Book review: On! Achieving Excellence in Leadership

CANADA 150: Explore the first oilsands processing site

Explore the isolated place where the first experimental oilsands processing took place nearly a century ago.

CANADA 150: The story of Canada’s first women’s shelter

Today, Canada has hundreds of shelters that give women a chance to escape abusive relationships

CANADA 150: Canadian inventors have changed the world

Without the Canadians of inventions like zippers, garbage bags the world would prove more difficult

B.C. celebrates Easter

Kids across the province hunted for eggs and took part in all sorts of Easter fun

Tips on saving money this tax season

The Canada Revenue Agency offers some ways to save time and money

CANADA 150: Tracing the roots of Canada’s love for hockey

Paul Henderson reminisces about the greatest goal scored in Canada’s greatest game