Here are the top stories of last week.
Two bodies believed to be those of Port Alberni fugitives Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky were found near a river shoreline in Gillam, Man. Wednesday, possibly ending the three-week manhunt that has stretched across the country.
So many questions remain #canadianmanhunt
— brandan herron (@HerronBrandan) August 7, 2019
“They treat you like a piece of s—t. They treat you as if you were nothing. You’re a drug addict, you aren’t worth anything, your belongings are only scrap garbage,” said a woman who experiences homelessness.
People who experience homelessness in Kelowna said they are subject to discrimination.
— Kelowna Capital News (@KelownaCapNews) August 7, 2019
Human remains were pulled from near Gyro Beach on Saturday, Aug. 10.
Body found in Okanagan Lake https://t.co/UKgCR7Vu1l
— Kelowna Capital News (@KelownaCapNews) August 10, 2019
Kelowna RCMP found and rescued a new initiate for the RCMP Police Dog Section in a hot car Aug 8.
Unfortunately, the pug who was aptly named McPuggerson by Cst. Robyn Boffy did not pass the tests to become a permanent member of the force.
1/2 @KelownaRCMP wish to remind dog owners that their furry pals would rather stay home than be left in a hot car. Thursday afternoon police located a Pug that had been in distress inside a SUV, while the outside temperatures in #Kelowna were 35°C 🌡 pic.twitter.com/IZ5VOak6Ac
— Kelowna RCMP (@KelownaRCMP) August 9, 2019
The province responds to misspelt sign.
— Mack Britton (@MackBrittonBC) August 3, 2019
Reporter, Kelowna Capital News
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