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Shields’ accuser defends friendly emails in sex-assault trial

Complainant told the court that being friendly did not mean she consented to sex

B.C. hospital cleaners and dietary workers vote to strike

The strike could affect 75 hospitals all across B.C.

UPDATE: B.C. Liberals expect to lose power Thursday

Greens, NDP reject debate on banning corporate donations

Englishman River Estuary to undergo five-year restoration

Trail access near Parksville will be limited for two weeks this summer

UPDATE: Record heat hits B.C.

Ashcroft, Agassiz and Port Alberni all saw record-breaking temperatures above 30 degrees Celsius

Forest fire burns southeast of Port Alberni

Firefighters attacking the fire from ground, air: Coastal Fire Centre

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Dawson City’s ‘sour toe’ returned

The stolen Dawson City ‘sour toe’ was returned to its rightful owner in the Yukon

Heat wave coming to Vancouver Island

Temperatures expected to rise into 30’s for some areas including the east coast of island.

Island woman alerts public about dangers of stray BBQ brush wires

Bristle in food leads to serious intestinal surgery

  • Jun 23rd, 2017

BC SPCA warns: A hot car is no place for your pet

Temperature in parked vehicle can reach over 38 degrees Celsius

  • Jun 23rd, 2017

High court clears way for Facebook lawsuit in B.C.

Deborah Douez alleges Facebook used her name and profile photo in ads endorsing a company she ‘liked’

VIDEO: Hide your picnic baskets, the bears are out

Conservation officers are expecting to see highest number of bears in recent years this summer

Two sent to hospital after car slams into Parksville diner

Sedan leaps curb before striking light pole and front of Dairy Queen

VIDEO: Throne speech piles on PST cut, other promises

NDP, Greens still preparing to defeat B.C. Liberals

Area G POSAC request RDN not to tear down hall just yet

Contractor reports Little Qualicum Hall is structurally sound and can be saved

  • Jun 22nd, 2017

Laburnum proposal in Qualicum Beach closer to being developed

Bylaw amendment was adopted, Coun. Barry Avis opposed

Okanagan wineries sweep Lieutenant Governor’s Awards

Of the 486 wines submitted by 132 wineries for judging, just 12 reigned supreme

VIDEO: B.C. Liberals elect speaker to begin historic session

Speaker to resign if government defeated by NDP and B.C. Greens