KAMLOOPS — A conference beginning tomorrow morning (Feb. 15) at Thompson Rivers University sets out to determine how the 2014 Supreme Court of Canada ruling on aboriginal title and rights should be enacted in the real world.
VANCOUVER — The Tsilhqot’in nation’s five-year agreement with British Columbia outlining land and resource negotiations has set the stage for settling with the federal government, says the aboriginal group’s tribal chairman.
VICTORIA — British Columbia’s Liberal government is promising better opportunities for buyers to get into the housing market, but warns there is no single solution to soaring prices in some communities.
February 5, 2016 - 11:29amUpdated: February 5, 2016 - 12:35pm
KAMLOOPS — After the Department of Fisheries and Oceans revealed the number of sockeye salmon returning to the South Thompson and Adams River fell to its lowest since 1939, it says it's still looking into what caused the record low numbers.