A Langley man has taken restoring old vehicles to a whole new level. It’s not classic cars he works on but World War Two tanks. He has seven of them.
With all the votes counted, the once-dominant Vision Vancouver has been reduced to a single school trustee, a far cry from its breakthrough 2008 election.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) announced Sunday that it will begin rotating strikes on Monday morning at 12:01 a.m. in Victoria, Edmonton and Windsor, and at 1:01 a.m. in Halifax.
This weekend and the up coming week are very important for local gym, Rocky Mountain Martial Arts Family Centre. Two fighters are testing their skills...
Get ready for another amazing Spooktacular time at Fort Steele Heritage Town on Saturday, Oct. 27. The staff at Fort Steele have been busy busy...
Don McCormick will return for a second four-year term as City of Kimberley Mayor, with four incumbent councillors also returning to office. Chief Election Officer...
John Jackson and Connie DeSousa, co-owners and co-chefs of CHARCUT, join Global News Calgary to share some items on the restaurant’s new menu.
Lifestyle blogger Ryan Massel joins Global News Calgary to discuss how to create Halloween decorations without breaking the bank.
If you’re a fan of “Big Brother Canada,” Saturday was your lucky day. Hundreds lined up outside Cowboys Casino to audition to be a cast member for the seventh season. Deb Matejicka has more.
Top gardening tips from the folks at Gardenworks.
Jackpot carried over; B.C. tickets share Max Millions prizes The post B.C. tickets win big in Lotto Max draw appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.
Sinkholes and erosion have turned the dream of home ownership into an expensive nightmare for residents of a Sechelt neighbourhood.
Did you know that this week is National Baking Week? Though to be honest every week for me is Baking Week. I’ve been travelling the last few weeks which has made it a bit more difficult to get some baking...
The Ladies and Gentlemen arrived Dressed to the nines in Masks for the fundraising event. They entered Bridge Interiors at 7pm to Firemen Bouncers taking their tickets and jackets, to be led up the stairs to the Black Jack &...
W5: France's best-kept secret in North America
Last year, while doing a “New Baking Recipe A Week” challenge, I watched an episode of Great British Bake Off (to be honest, most of my baking stories start with an episode of the show) and their task was to...
A section of an Enbridge pipeline ruptured and caused an explosion north east of Prince George.Residents were evacuated, no injuries reported. Anne Drewa explains.
"There's no sense just cluttering the air space. What's the value added when you are posting?"
The Fernie Community Fund is growing and giving! Over the past year, generous individuals, businesses, and organizations have helped the Fernie Community Fund grow from...
Coastal residents rushed to board up their homes and sandbag their properties against the fast-moving hurricane, which was expected to blow ashore around midday Wednesday The post Fast-strengthening hurricane closes in on Florida Panhandle appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.
JRG Executive Chef and MasterChef Winner David Jorge shares some ideas for what to do with turkey leftovers.
The Columbia Valley Maker Space Society will be putting on a Discovery Day on Saturday, October 13, at the Canal Flats Community Centre. “We will...
The giant king bolete mushroom was almost three kilograms The post Giant mushroom find makes Thanksgiving tastier for B.C. couple appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.
The rock band 54-40 is celebrating the return of five of the seven vintage guitars that were stolen from their van. Aaron McArthur tells us where they were found.
Parts of southern Alberta could see another 5 to 10 centimetres of snow.
Extended interview with West Kelowna Coun. Rosalin Neis voicing concern that a multi-million dollar project was not handled properly.
Waking up to another fresh blanket of snow on Monday morning only made matters worse for Alberta farmers still working to get their crops off the field.
There are not one - but two whooping crane siblings now calling the Calgary area home.
Company admitted that there was ‘very low usage’ of its Facebook competitor The post Google+ to shut down after security bug revealed appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.
A Calgary family who lost everything in the economic downturn in Calgary is starting all over again, this time helping people in need of gluten-free products.
Sun, Oct 7: Käthe Lemon, the Avenue Magazine editor-in-chief, joins Global News Morning to discuss their recent article detailing the best 25 things to eat in the city.
Slow moving landslide forces evacuation of community near Fort St. John. Jay Durant has the details
Anyone can pick up a pair of scissors and call themselves a hairdresser because hairdressing is not a regulated industry in B.C. But as Shelby Thom reports, a Penticton cosmetology school is trying to change that.
Grade 1 students from Kootenay Christian Academy enjoy practicing their weekly spelling words in the school sand box and on the windows! It’s awesome to...
One of the biggest hurdles for attracting new industry and jobs has been the availability of industrial zone land. The purchase of the 100 acre property was a strategic move for Cranbrook intended on bringing many benefits to the business...