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Federal court dismisses Taseko’s judicial reviews

Two judicial reviews filed against the Minister of Environment, the Attorney General of Canada and the TNG have been dismissed

B.C. family under investigation after buying injured calves from dairy farm

Cici Life Farm Sanctuary is being scrutinized for transporting two injured bull calves

B.C. patients wait more than 26 weeks for medical care: report

New report shows wait times have increased for fifth year in a row

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    Public school gets first library
      Nanaimo Christmas hamper program seeks food items
        Tempo Dance Academy Enchanted Christmas

          Funeral chain defends harshly criticized Fentanyl Prevention Program

          Alternatives says presentation ‘has not been seen by anyone’ outside of company

          UPDATE: Al Franken resigns from Senate amid allegations

          Announcement coming from Sen. Franken amid fresh accusations

          B.C. byelection a test of Trudeau’s popularity, Scheer’s rookie leadership

          Liberals and Conservatives battle it out for South Surrey-White Rock riding

          High-speed internet coming to Bamfield, site of major marine sciences lab

          Province invests $100,000 into connectivity for the small Island community

          Higher winds could complicate California wildfire fight

          The expected strength of the winds have reached uncharted territory

          Flag person struck by car in Okanagan dies

          Female traffic control person succumbs to injuries from Lavington accident

          Oscars org adopts code of conduct after Weinstein expulsion

          Hollywood producer has faced numerous sex assault and harassment allegation

          North Korea says war is inevitable

          North Korea says war is inevitable as allies continue war games

          Australian Parliament allows same-sex marriages

          The Australian Bureau of Statistics said 62 per cent of registered voters favoured reform.

          Lantzville’s new fire chief looks to build up the department

          Neil Rukus settling in with Lantzville Fire Department

          Few details in police incident on Salt Spring Island

          A home on Maliview Drive was surrounded in police tape

          Fake FBI agent scams $10,000 from Nanaimo man

          Victim was duped out of almost $10,000 by an individual claiming to work for the FBI, say RCMP

          B.C. not meeting women’s rights as established by UN: report card

          Annual report card released by West Coast LEAF says the province is missing targets in UN conference

          BC Ferries to go smoke-free in the new year

          A new policy will no longer allow passengers or crew to smoke while aboard any BC Ferries vessel

          This flu season nothing to sneeze at

          Concerns that this year’s flu shot may not be all that effective