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'Loud and be proud': B.C. community to celebrate its first Pride event

'Loud and be proud': B.C. community to celebrate its first Pride event

OUTspoken is leaving its legacy for the 2SLGBTQ+ community
Hawaii Mars will take its final flight to Victoria sooner than anticipated

Hawaii Mars will take its final flight to Victoria sooner than anticipated

The waterbomber's final flight to Patricia Bay will be Aug. 10, 2024 if all goes well: Coulson Aviation
Campaign calls for responsible whale encounters off Vancouver Island

Campaign calls for responsible whale encounters off Vancouver Island

Awareness campaign sets out reasonable expectations of viewing orcas from afar
Defence recommends 10 to 11 years for B.C. man who killed wife

Defence recommends 10 to 11 years for B.C. man who killed wife

Crown counsel: Regis lied to Maureen Onotera, Naomi’s mother, while he was wearing a backpack that contained Naomi’s bones, which he was shortly to dispose of
Driver airlifted to hospital after Vancouver Island crash

Driver airlifted to hospital after Vancouver Island crash

RCMP: Vehicle collided with parked cube van
Minivan crashes into Island upholstery storefront; narrowly missing owner

Minivan crashes into Island upholstery storefront; narrowly missing owner

A minivan crashed into the B and K Upholstery building on 11 Ave. on June 17.
Man with ties to B.C. arrested in Alberta, 3 years after homicide

Man with ties to B.C. arrested in Alberta, 3 years after homicide

Bith Chuol is charged with 1st-degree murder, kidnapping, extortion and breaking and entering
‘Floatel’ anchored off Nanaimo ordered to Squamish

‘Floatel’ anchored off Nanaimo ordered to Squamish

Squamish yet to give former cruise ship-turned LNG construction crew quarters permission
Nijjar killing cited as Eby urges feds to help with foreign interference

Nijjar killing cited as Eby urges feds to help with foreign interference

B.C. premier urges PM to provide better interference information to protect province
B.C. upping fines for people who harm wildlife to maximum of $1,495

B.C. upping fines for people who harm wildlife to maximum of $1,495

Province says it hopes change deters more people from violating Wildlife Act