Not sending NHLers to 2018 Olympics ‘missed opportunity,’ says sports economist

As more players and owners are voicing their opinions on the National Hockey League’s involvement… Read more →

Not sending NHLers to 2018 Olympics ‘missed opportunity,’ says sports economist Not sending NHLers to 2018 Olympics 'missed opportunity,' says sports economist

Chilliwack to plant hundreds of trees after devastating storm

Experts aren't sure how many trees were lost this past winter after a severe ice storm that struck the… Read more →

Chilliwack to plant hundreds of trees after devastating storm Chilliwack to plant hundreds of trees after devastating storm

Inactive teens have weaker bones than active teens, study says

Inactive teens have weaker bones than those who are physically active, according to a new UBC study. The… Read more →

Inactive teens have weaker bones than active teens, study says Inactive teens have weaker bones than active teens, study says

350 new campsites to open in B.C.

How many times have you wanted to go camping but couldn't book a site? The first phase of the B.C.… Read more →

350 new campsites to open in B.C. 350 new campsites to open in B.C.

Show ‘Riverdale’ draws new crowd to Mission, B.C. diner

The crowd that has visited 'Rockos' diner for almost six decades has mostly been older locals, but the… Read more →

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  • For the Record – Jodie Emery – March 24, 2017

    Today on For the Record, we speak with cannabis activist Jodie Emery. We discuss the recent drug related-charges she is facing after she was arrested in Toronto earlier this month, and why she thinks cannabis needs to be legalized now more … More →

  • For the Record – Mohammed Alsaleh – March 23, 2017

      Today on For the Record, we speak with Mohammed Alsaleh, a B.C resident who came to Canada as a Syrian refugee in 2014. He now works in collaboration with PeaceGeeks, a global non-profit dedicated to using technology for good causes. … More →

  • For the Record – Jean Swanson – March 22, 2017

    Today on For the Record, we speak to Jean Swanson, an anti-poverty activist and a researcher with the Carnegie Community Action Plan. We discuss the recent hotel and housing report on homelessness in the Downtown Eastside. We also discuss potential … More →