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Hundreds of pilots and their small planes are gathering at the Kelowna Airport for the 2017 Canadian Owners and Pilots Association (COPA) convention.
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VIDEO: A universal race that's free in Kelowna
A new race is in town and it's run solely by volunteers who love to run, or cheer and clap. Parkrun is a five-kilometre race that happens in different countries around the world. According to Bill Justus, he's had tourists from all across the globe the ...

September 11, 2008 - Born to Josh and Akiko Smith of New Westminster, a boy, Enzo Smith. A brother for Sakura, 3. A grandson to Jim and Sandy Smith of Creston.

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Wolfpack stay perfect with victory over Hunslet

Quentin Laulu-Togaga'e scored three second-half tries as the Toronto Wolfpack remained undefeated in their inaugural rugby league season with a 56-12 home win over Hunslet RLFC on Saturday.

NHL draft partially upstaged by torrent of trades

On Friday morning, each of the 31 general managers and their trusted hockey departments rose early for the big NHL draft weekend in Chicago. By the time the first day was over, there was still plenty to process after several big names traded sweaters.

Canada ties U.S. in 1st leg of Rugby World Cup qualifier

Canada squandered a first-half lead but reeled off 10 late points to tie the U.S. Eagles 28-28 on Saturday in the first leg of their Rugby World Cup qualifier.

Blue Jays pitcher Roberto Osuna feeling 'a little bit lost'

Toronto Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna says that ongoing issues with anxiety kept him out of Friday's 5-4 loss to the Kansas City Royals.

Canadian way: Our greatest gift to sport

Canada's most significant contribution to sport may not be any game invented, superstar personality, gold medal, or championship won, according to CBC Sports host Scott Russell. In fact, it could be that this nation gathers people together instead of driving them apart.

Overturned oil tanker explodes in Pakistan, killing 148

An overturned oil tanker has burst into flames in Pakistan, killing 148 people who had rushed to the scene of the highway accident to gather leaking fuel.

Cholera cases in Yemen now more 200,000

The UN health agency says there are now more than 200,000 suspected cases of cholera in an outbreak in war-torn Yemen, many of them children.

Venezuelan president's opponents lay siege to air base

Young protesters broke down a metal fence guarding an air base in Caracas on Saturday before being repelled by security forces firing tear gas in another day of anti-government protests in Venezuela's capital.

British lawmakers hit by 'sustained' cyber attack
Britain Parliament Cyberattack

Britain's Parliament was hit by a "sustained and determined" cyber attack on Saturday designed to identify weak email passwords, just over a month after a ransomware worm crippled parts of the country's health service.

U.K. finds 34 high-rise apartment buildings with unsafe siding

Britain's fire-safety crisis expanded substantially Saturday as authorities said 34 high-rise apartment blocks across the country had cladding that failed fire safety tests.

CBC | British Columbia News
Sikhs celebrate B.C. woman's 'inspiring' appointment as first turbaned judge in Canada
Palbinder Kaur Shergill

Justice Palbinder Kaur Shergill will be a judge at B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster.

Vancouverites enjoy first heat wave of the summer
Kits Beach summer 2017

After a long, snowy winter, Vancouverites took to social media on Saturday, basking in the first real heat wave of the summer.

A dream come true: First Nations woman's art displayed at Vancouver airport
Violet Gatensby

A Carcross Tagish First Nation artist is having her artwork displayed at the Vancouver airport for a year.

CBC | Top Stories News
Overturned oil tanker explodes in Pakistan, killing 148

An overturned oil tanker has burst into flames in Pakistan, killing 148 people who had rushed to the scene of the highway accident to gather leaking fuel.

How Sears' troubles could hasten radical change in Canada's malls
The Well

Canadian mall owners and developers were already in the process of getting approval for major makeovers - now Sears gives them all the more reason to move fast.

Proposed rules for CRA amnesty program could expose more tax-cheat advisers
Cayman Islands Haven No More

The Canada Revenue Agency is proposing tougher rules for tax cheats who voluntarily come forward looking for amnesty. The rules would hit sophisticated taxpayers with more penalties and require them to identify advisers and firms who helped with dodgy offshore tax schemes. Critics welcome the changes, but say more needs to be done.

CBC | Canada News
Road to Churchill feasible, says engineer, after rail link to Manitoba community damaged

After flood damage forced the closure of the only land link to Churchill, Man. ? a railway from Gillam ? a civil engineer says it's time to reconsider building a permanent road linking the northern community to the south.

'Unprecedented event': 6 North Atlantic right whales found dead in June

Since June 7, six North Atlantic right whales have been found dead, floating in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, which is about one per cent of the population of the endangered species.

LCBO strike negotiations to stay corked under 'media blackout'

Negotiations between the Liquor Control Board of Ontario and the union representing its workers will remain a secret ahead of a possible strike that could begin as early as Monday.

CBC | Politics & Economy
CBC | Business News
Eli Lilly files $500M NAFTA suit against Canada over drug patents

Eli Lilly is accusing Canada of violating its obligations to foreign investors under the North American Free Trade Agreement by allowing its courts to invalidate patents for two of its drugs.

Verizon challenges FCC's right to impose net neutrality

A court in Washington, D.C., is pondering a challenge by Verizon Communications Inc. over the "net neutrality" rules imposed by the Federal Communications Commission.

Who are Canada's top 1%?

What does it take to be among the top one per cent of all income earners in Canada? We dug deep into the data from Statistics Canada's latest National Household Survey to find out more about just who these people are.