Radio WestSummerland municipal candidate subject of racismOct 21, 2014 | 6:07A municipal candidate in Summerland has been the victim of racism. This weekend one of Toni Boot's election signs was altered to include derogatory slurs.
Radio WestForget the bus, take the horse insteadOct 17, 2014 | 4:22This week, we saw a tweet that said simply: 'This still happens at schools in School District 23.' It included a photo of a horse at school. For more, we spoke with the horse's owner, Amanda Lamberton.
Radio WestUpdate on Jumbo Glacier ResortOct 16, 2014 | 6:28Over the next two months, the province will decide if it should renew Jumbo's environmental certificate. For more, Rebecca spoke with Vancouver Sun legislative reporter Rob Shaw.
Radio WestHudson's Hope mayor reacts to Site C approvalsOct 15, 2014 | 8:04This week, both the provincial and federal governments granted environmental assessment approvals to the Site C Dam project. Rebecca spoke with Hudson's Hope mayor Gwen Johansson.
Radio WestAlberta Chief says B.C. needs to pay more attention to oil sandsOct 15, 2014 | 6:03Chief Allan Adam and his First Nation are fighting the federal government in court, and he says B.C. needs to pay attention to the case.
Radio WestLangley boy gets new kidney thanks to Okanagan Falls' womanOct 14, 2014 | 6:40Six-year-old Aidyn Delorme of Langley has a new kidney. And he has Okanagan Falls' Shelley Hunt to thank. Here is Rebecca's chat with Aidyn's mother, Danielle Valero.
Radio WestOkanagan woman donates kidney to six-year-old boyOct 10, 2014 | 6:09Shelley Hunt of Okanagan Falls wanted to be a kidney donor. So she searched for someone who needed a transplant and found six-year old Aidyn Delorme of Langley. They had their surgeries this month.
Radio WestMayor reacts to pellet plant explosion near Burns LakeOct 9, 2014 | 4:09One worker was seriously injured, two others suffered minor injuries. Here is Rebecca's conversation with Burns Lake mayor Luke Strimbold.
Radio WestFort St. John's passive home nearing completionOct 8, 2014 | 9:58The city of Fort St. John is nearly finished building its first low-energy home. Here is Rebecca's chat with Diane Hunter, the city manager.
Radio WestInjunction application to remove blockade heads to courtOct 7, 2014 | 5:09Imperial Metals wants the Klabona Keepers to take down their blockade. The Tahltan First Nation is worried about the Red Chris open pit copper and gold mine set to open in the near future.
Radio WestThe Classifieds: lost walking stickOct 7, 2014 | 5:54Mary Heaton of Nelson lost her walking stick: 'Lost from Kaslo River covered bridge. My bamboo walking stick. We've walked a lot of miles together on several continents.'
Radio WestAnthem singer recaps epic tripOct 6, 2014 | 7:06Vancouver Canucks anthem singer Mark Donnelly has sang O Canada hundreds of time. But none of his performances were as epic as the one at the Penticton Vees home opener.