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Cowichan Valley voters elect freshly minted party leader for her second term
NDP incumbent, Doug Routley out to an early lead
Record number of mail-in ballots may shift results
The nest found in the city of Blaine near the Canadian border is about the size of a basketball
Two new care home outbreaks in Surrey, Burnaby
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Olivia Lundman breaks 30-year-old mark in U18 3,000-metre race walk
Seby Sulyok wins his division in FutureWest provincial series
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Marcel and Elizabeth Bergmann present first live, in-person concert since March
Tom Shardlow presents ‘Wild Places of B.C.’ at Parksville’s McMillan Arts Centre
Great Nanaimo Toy Drive and Christmas Angels charities challenged by COVID-19 times
United Way Central and Northern Vancouver Island’s fall campaign is now underway
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There are a number of public health orders various types of establishments must follow to slow virus’s spread
Adhering to local health authorities, Trudeau urges Canadians to do their part in following those guidelines
Election day in B.C. is Saturday, Oct. 24
Under the proposals in Bill C-7 my wishes will, in all likelihood, be ignored, says letter writer
Free, easy ElectroRecycle program welcomes 400+ products
Nanaimo River Estuary offers a unique ecosystem to explore and enjoy