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Canadians find living in small spaces teaches creativity

Canadian families choosing to live in small spaces to bring closeness to children

Emergency crews rescue pregnant woman after fall on mountain near Victoria

Roughly four-hour-long rescue includes firefighters from two departments

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2018 Maple Sugar Festival in Nanaimo is sweet
Wounded Warrior Run B.C. 2018 weather report
Snow flurries in Nanaimo
Three-vehicle crash in Nanaimo

SAR suspends search for missing man at Sun Peaks

RCMP will continue to search for a missing man near Kamloops but SAR has suspended their role

Suspect allegedly robs bank at Terminal Park Mall

According to a Nanaimo RCMP, a man robbed the TD Bank at about 3:40 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 17

Truck and taxi cab collide in Cedar

Accident happened Monday, Feb. 19 at about 2:15 p.m. on Harmac Road

Reconciliation advisory committee recommended in school district

Nanaimo school board considers striking a new committee to further goal of reconciliation

B.C. RCMP officer officially cleared in car wash shooting incident

A report found the Salmon Arm officer fired 14 bullets at the man’s truck

Wounded Warrior Run stops in Port McNeill

For Jacqueline Zweng, the Wounded Warrior Run is a personal matter.

Interest in Canadian Armed Forces remains high

Canada seeks about 5,000 recruits each year for its regular forces of about 68,000

Weekend temperatures down among coldest on record

Nanaimo hit with snow and sub-freezing temperatures over weekend

Petition wants fundraiser dropped for family of man cleared in Boushie’s death

Group says GoFundMe is profiting from the young Indigenous man’s death

Snow conditions could cause spotty trash collection in Nanaimo

City says garbage will be picked up depending on road conditions

NDP’s first budget to set spending record for housing, child care

Premier John Horgan promises biggest investments in B.C. history

B.C. man goes to jail for beating puppy to death

Robert Carolan has also been banned from owning animals for the next ten years

  • Feb 19th, 2018

Federal government to fight solitary confinement ruling from B.C. court

B.C. Supreme Court decided to end the practice of solitary confinement in Canadian prisons

Port of Vancouver program examines impact of marine noise on local whales

Man-made noises can interfere with orcas’ ability to hunt and communicate with other pod members

Crash on Cedar Road detours traffic

Ford Taurus and GMC Sierra involved in collision in front of Cedar General Store

Calgary man dies in Mexico following sudden illness

Troy Black was with his wife, Lindsay, in Puerto Vallarta when he began vomiting blood on Thursday