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Stories from the overdose crisis’ front lines

Drug users and first responders share stories from the B.C. overdose crisis’ front lines

Donair Cam: Watch your meat on the spit

Halifax’s official food now live streaming 24 hours a day

Father of missing B.C. woman fundraises for drones to help in search

“We’ll fight this right to the very end,” said Simpson. ”We’ll bring our daughter home and lay her to rest here.”

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The Great Nanaimo Toy Drive kicks off 2017 campaign
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What Remembrance Day means to Nanaimo residents
    Remembrance Day 2017: Nanaimo remembers war veterans
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        Home sales in B.C. rise in October

        Home sales in B.C. rise in October despite higher prices, less choice

        Vancouver summit to combat use of child soldiers

        The international community has been quietly working on the so-called Vancouver Principles for some time

        RDN seeking animal control service provider

        Regional District of Nanaimo request for quotes for animal control closes Nov. 15.

        UPDATE: Wind, snow and rain on the way for B.C.’s south coast

        Metro Vancouver, Vancouver Island, Fraser Valley could see winds up to 80 km/hr

        Vancouver Island loses its last logging train

        Western Forest Products closes Englewood Train operation and will make the switch to transport via roads.

        Man killed in Prince George crash

        Tractor-trailer and pickup truck collided on Sunday

        • Nov 13th, 2017

        Meteorite fragments found in the Kootenays

        The pieces found near Crawford Bay came from the fireball that exploded over Kootenay Lake in September

        ‘Canada needs a better approach:’ Health groups want alternatives to opioids

        Groups say best way to reduce opioid addiction is to not prescribe them

        Battle lines drawn over B.C. electoral reform referendum

        Premier John Horgan says rural voters will be protected

        VIDEO: Camera records brazen daylight theft of parcel

        Langley family releases surveillance footage to alert others

        Pro-Nazi posters found at UBC on Remembrance Day

        Pro-Nazi posters were discovered at a B.C. university on Remembrance Day

        Global carbon pollution on the rise

        Global carbon pollution rises after three straight flat years

        Magnitude 6.5 quake hits Costa Rica

        A magnitude 6.5 quake hits Costa Rica coast, shakes San Jose capital

        B.C. fish farm protest to continue amid court action

        Protesters vow to continue the fight against B.C. fish farms

        Montreal war monument vandalized on Remembrance Day

        “It’s an insult to the army, and to soldiers that died for us.”: Residents angry after war monument vandalized