Black Press Media Staff

Community asked to run/walk to help keep Terry Fox’s hopes in sight

Terry Fox Run is Sunday, Sept. 15, at Nanaimo’s Bowen Park

Job fair in Nanaimo showcased education and career choices

Black Press Extreme Education and Career Fair happening Thursday, Sept. 12

Caught on video: Taxi driver uses bike lane in downtown Vancouver

Passenger posts clip to social media of driver using separated bike lane on Dunsmuir

PHOTOS: BC Ferries’ beach-cleanup team finds baby stroller, canned ham

About 330 employees volunteered to clean up about 50 kilometres of shoreline

Black Press Media journalists earn three Jack Webster award nominations

Finalists are Tyler Harper, Dustin Godfrey and the Victoria News team

Range of opportunities can be explored at career fair today in Nanaimo

Black Press Extreme Education and Career Fair to be held Sept. 12 in Nanaimo

Lightning lights up B.C. skies in Lower Mainland, Interior

Warnings issued for parts of the province

UPDATED: Environmental efforts recognized both in city and regional district

City of Nanaimo, RDN earn B.C. Climate Action Community designations

Professional degrees cost the most, but bring in the highest salaries: Stats Canada

Masters of business administration remain the most expensive graduate programs

Fisherman dies after getting tangled in net, falling off boat near Port Alberni

Incident is not considered suspicious at this time

B.C. wine with a purpose: Pinot Gris launched to protect bears using leftover fruit

Winery will also donate $2 from each bottle sold to the BC SPCA

Three Canadian cities crack top 10 list of most liveable places: report

The index is calculated based on five metrics

Man who crashed while paragliding off Stawamus Chief dies

40-year-old man lost control and crashed into the log boom area

Security company seeking workers to meet growing demand on the Island

Commissionaires key sponsor for Black Press Extreme Education and Career Fair

Online vaccination registry launched as B.C. targets non-immunized kids

Move comes as kids go back to school, in wake of measles outbreak earlier this year

Cultivate Festival livened up the long weekend on Gabriola Island

Music, theatre, art festival was held Aug. 30-Sept. 1 at Gabriola Commons

Labour reform gives workers more breaks, leaves in federally regulated fields

Government says workers will be able to take time off more easily

VIDEO: Trudeau responds to Scheer on abortion, same-sex issue

The Prime Minister called for Opposition Leader Andrew Scheer be far firmer with his MPs

Man left with life threatening injuries after paragliding off Stawamus Chief

He was flown to a Lower Mainland hospital

Drivers ‘treated unfairly’ by ICBC rate overhaul can contact B.C.’s Ombudsperson

Office can look into unfair applications of the new rate structure