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Panel finds documentation issues plague assisted dying in B.C.

Panel finds documentation issues plague assisted dying in B.C.

40 per cent of cases were missing forms
Fairview Elementary students book a date at Nanaimo Chapters

Fairview Elementary students book a date at Nanaimo Chapters

After eight attempts, Nanaimo school selected to replenish library with books from bookstore chain
Fourth Canadian confirmed dead in Vegas shooting

Fourth Canadian confirmed dead in Vegas shooting

34-year old Alberta woman was in Vegas on a holiday with her husband
Gabriola Thanksgiving Studio Tour keeps growing

Gabriola Thanksgiving Studio Tour keeps growing

Organizer says 15 new artists join the event each year
RCMP seize 40,000 fentanyl pills, 132 kgs of cocaine at B.C. port

RCMP seize 40,000 fentanyl pills, 132 kgs of cocaine at B.C. port

A man and a woman face drug trafficking charges
Castlegar woman describes being caught in Las Vegas attack

Castlegar woman describes being caught in Las Vegas attack

‘It was just mayhem. Everybody’s running and trying to take cover, not knowing’
Vancouver Island police chief in hospital after being hit by deer

Vancouver Island police chief in hospital after being hit by deer

The man was struck during a cycling trip on Salt Spring Island and suffered broken clavicle, ribs.
Island councillor apologizes for crappy “joke”

Island councillor apologizes for crappy “joke”

A Qualicum Beach city councillor left a bag of dog poop on a bylaw officer’s desk, later apologizes.
Vegas hospitals caring for hundreds of wounded from shooting

Vegas hospitals caring for hundreds of wounded from shooting

Every bed was filled at hospitals across the U.S. city
Prince Rupert residents survive Vegas mass shooting

Prince Rupert residents survive Vegas mass shooting

Former auxiliary RCMP officer recalls experience at concert when gunfire erupted in Las Vegas.