Cat survives sick acts of torture in Cranbrook

Nelson the cat is recovering at the East Kootenay SPCA, but traumatized after  being subjected to horrific acts of violence. - Barry Coulter photo
  • updated Apr 22, 2014 at 2:59 PM

Animal cruelty is widespread and common, even in the East Kootenay, SPCA says


'The Greatest Threat to the B.C. Environment in our Lifetime'

  • posted Apr 22, 2014at 3:00 PM

Black Press chairman David Black talks about why he wants to build a refinery in Kitimat, and why oil bitumen cannot be exported to Asia.

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Betker returns from Silvertips

  • posted Apr 22, 2014at 12:00 AM

Edmonton Oilers prospect back home after first-round exit from WHL playoffs in Everett.


Inconvenient truths for Earth Day

  • posted Apr 22, 2014at 9:00 AM

Earth Hour is a mistake, Mother Nature is the biggest oil spiller, and Vancouver's been an oil port for exactly 100 years


Where eagles dare

  • posted Apr 22, 2014at 8:00 AM

Giant eagle adds to Ron Demaniuk sculpture collection

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