They’re called “Passive Houses,” and their popularity in B.C. is on the rise. Homes that are so energy efficient, they don’t actually need a furnace.
Saturday marked an important milestone for Cub Scouts in the Okanagan as they opened a time capsule and looked back on what life was like 25 years ago.
For one Kelowna man, and many other Okanagan residents, it’s a piece of equipment that’s crucial for maintaining mobility and independence.
Police investigating in the 600 block of Pritchard Avenue.
The Salvation Army needs your help with food donations for its Thanksgiving Dinner this year.
The investigation continues into three fires that were set overnight Wednesday.
According to an exclusive poll, Winnipeggers appear to be split on whether growth fees are a good idea.
A downtown Winnipeg street has been closed down Friday morning while police complete an investigation.
Police are investigating a threat that came to the Winnipeg School Division Wednesday morning.
Wednesday marks the first time the bargaining unit representing employees of the Port of Churchill and OmniTrax are meeting since the layoffs.
A train in Hadashville, Manitoba derailed from the tracks after colliding with a gravel truck.
Do you have a big spruce tree in your yard? It could be the next City Hall Christmas tree.
A fire in the city’s North End destroyed a garage early Friday morning.
The investigation unit is trying to figure out how four fires started at the same time in Winnipeg’s north end.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund ranks each province and territory annually based on their animal protection laws. Manitoba has ranked the highest for the fifth straight year.