Monday 24th July, 2017

BC Post News

Section

B.C. judge to deliver verdict for two men in polygamy case dating back to 1990s

Winston Blackmore, who is accused of practising polygamy in a fundamentalist religious community, returns to court after a lunch break in Cranbrook, B.C., Tuesday, April 18, 2017. A verdict ...

Health officials warn of limitations to newly available opioid test strips

A U.S. based harm reduction group shares the concerns of officials but says putting the ability to test for contaminated drugs in the hands of both recreational and addicted drug users is st ...

'I can't believe she's really gone': Family, friends mourn 13-year-old found dead in B.C. park

A crowd gathered around the memorial at Burnaby's Central Park on Saturday, five days after Marrisa Shen's body was found. (Jon Hernandez/CBC) ... ...

'It would be helpful': B.C. wildfire evacuees anxious to get Red Cross financial aid

'There is a lot of a people waiting and waiting, wondering why they didn't get money,' says Williams Lake couple John and Rena Gordey about the $600 in financial aid from the ...

Red cloud: Environmental experts fear for fish as wildfires drive more fire retardant drops

A fixed wing air tanker drops fire retardant over a fire near Little Fort, B.C. during the 2017 wildfire season. So far, eight million litres of fire retardant has been dropped. (Mike Zimmer ...

Active wildfire forces closure of Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park

Thousands free to return home as some B.C. wildfire evacuation orders downgraded The agency said the fire originally started in Kootenay National Park, but has since sp ...

Officials fear winds could spread B.C. wildfires as some evacuees return home

A wildfire burns on a mountain in the distance east of Cache Creek behind a trailer park that was almost completely destroyed by wildfire, in Boston Flats, B.C., in the early morning hours o ...

Winnipeg Blue Bombers donate $13K to BC wildfire relief efforts

WINNIPEG — As British Columbia deals with one of the worst wildfire seasons in history, people from across the country are helping out in any way possible; including sports teams.The W ...

Sea otter pup rescued near Port Hardy needs a name

A sea otter pup that was rescued June 25, 2017, is growing quickly under 24-hour care at the Vancouver Aquarium's Marine Mammal Rescue Centre. Photograph By VANCOUVE ...

International News

Section

{{item.TITLE}}

{{item.DESC | limitTo:100}} ...

{{item.TITLE}}

{{item.DESC | limitTo:100}} ...

Business News

Section

Technical problems at the first-ever Pokemon GO Fest leaves thousands of players upset

CHICAGO, U.S. - The first-ever Pokemon GO Fest in Chicago left thousands disappointed after the app crashed, forcing the game developer to offer refunds. The fest, that was held on Satu

{{item.TITLE | limitTo:40}} ...

{{item.DESC | limitTo:100}} ...

{{item.TITLE | limitTo:40}} ...

{{item.DESC | limitTo:100}} ...

News RELEASES

Publish news of your business, community or sports group, personnel appointments, major event and more by submitting a news release to BC Post.

More Information

Sports News

Section
{{item.TITLE}}

{{item.DESC | limitTo:100}}

The jungle book 2016

Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book is being described as a live-action updating of Disney’s 1967 classic animated film, and that description is both testament to how well the film works and how thoroughly blurred the divide between the “real” and the computer-generated has become...

Read More
Lorem ipsume dolor sit

dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitatiton..

Read More

Financial Markets News Wire

Section