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Iconic word game Scrabble gets its first revamp in 75 years

Iconic word game Scrabble gets its first revamp in 75 years

A new version of Scrabble aims to make the word-building game more accessible
Yes B.C., there is indeed such a thing as a free lunch

Yes B.C., there is indeed such a thing as a free lunch

Vancouver Island restaurant owner starts pay-it-forward promotion to help feed those in need
QUIZ: How much do you know about Canada’s growing population?

QUIZ: How much do you know about Canada’s growing population?

Today, there are more than 41 million people who live in Canada
Bear picks up, carries garbage bin outside Summerland home

Bear picks up, carries garbage bin outside Summerland home

Resident takes to social media, posts photos of the hungry bear on Cedar Avenue
Comfy casino chair floors Kelowna man with nearly $1.5M win

Comfy casino chair floors Kelowna man with nearly $1.5M win

‘Holy cow, that’s not possible!’
Weather clouds the minds of Canada’s solar eclipse chasers

Weather clouds the minds of Canada’s solar eclipse chasers

Path of totality expected to move through eastern Canada Monday
Island sailboat — built in 1897 and still seaworthy — wins classic boat award

Island sailboat — built in 1897 and still seaworthy — wins classic boat award

Dorothy will tour marine festivals and other events throughout summer months
From Trump to The Rock, WrestleMania goes over the top like no other

From Trump to The Rock, WrestleMania goes over the top like no other

In the coliseum of American excess, annual wrestling showcase stands alone
‘My muscles forget’: B.C. people talk about the impact of Parkinson’s

‘My muscles forget’: B.C. people talk about the impact of Parkinson’s

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month in Canada, disease affects 17,500 people in B.C.
After 67 years, the Vegas Tropicana being torn down for a ball field

After 67 years, the Vegas Tropicana being torn down for a ball field

Strip’s third-oldest casino will be chained shut at noon Tuesday, demolition slated for October