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Cars will be driving over hundreds of tons of steel floating on a barge in Victoria by March of 2018
Vancouver Island’s best news photographs from our journalists and our readers
B.C. boy Jackson Poole loves Halloween and all the hand-made costumes his family makes
Michael David Mahy had been charged with multiple counts of sexual interference with victims as young as eight years old.
Nearly 100 people showed up to provide support to those who have aged out of provincial foster care in the province.
Volunteers converged on Our Place Friday in Victoria, to care for some of the city’s most vulnerable
Vancouver Island expecting 20,000 visitors for Capital City Comic Con March 16-18
Black Press media rider Arnold Lim reflects on the 2017 Tour de Rock
Arnold Lim on junior rider Lucas Wetklo and the effect the seven-year-old’s story had on him as he rides the 2017 Tour de Rock.
Black Press media rider Arnold Lim on the differences between riding the Tour de Rock in 2013, compared to his experience in 2017.
Eight-year-old cancer survivor Natalia Corigall endured a harrowing journey with Leukaemia and…
Tour de Rock rider Arnold Lim shares a story from his first ride in 2013 that became a powerful motivator to want to ride again, in 2017
Follow the Tour de Rock, as they pedal more than 1,000 kilometres fundraising to combat paediatric cancer
The 2017 team visits the camp serving children with cancer and their families, and one of the beneficiaries of the tour.
Star Wars fan film featuring lightsaber duels between Sith lords, shot by Island filmmakers
B.C. Liberals interim leader Rich Coleman says nobody is being kicked out of caucus, and that no MLA’s will stand for speaker, one day before Abbotsford MLA Darryl Plecas is named speaker.
Tomorrow is the first of two shows for the RCMP Musical Ride, a showcase some call “uniquely Canadian”
Brothers Ryan and Mark Hendren’s road to riding the 2017 Tour de Rock included overcoming a harrowing journey with cancer.
Caitlin Morrison, a heroin user of more than a decade, says the new supervised consumption site opening next to Our Place in 2018 will “save lives.”
Black Press reporters Arnold Lim and Ragnar Haagen experience being left in a hot car for one hour.