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How Meta’s AI uses your data and why opting out is not so simple

How Meta’s AI uses your data and why opting out is not so simple

Meta AI chatbot embedded in the company’s platforms is raising a lot of questions
Sooke advances plans for tourist tax to boost local economy

Sooke advances plans for tourist tax to boost local economy

District applies for MRDT program despite opposition from some tourism operators
Lake Cowichan welcomes its first tea house

Lake Cowichan welcomes its first tea house

Lake Cowichan has its first tea house. Lil’s Tea An-Tiques, owned by Linda Henry, opened last month at 56 South Shore Rd.
Veteran and businessman running for BC Conservatives candidate in Courtenay-Comox

Veteran and businessman running for BC Conservatives candidate in Courtenay-Comox

Sean Smith announced he is running to be the BC Conservative candidate for the Courtenay-Comox riding.
Port Alberni furniture store changes hands after 77 years

Port Alberni furniture store changes hands after 77 years

After 77 years, Jowsey's Furniture in Port Alberni will not have a family member at the helm
Josh West runs one of the only Scoliosis clinics on Island

Josh West runs one of the only Scoliosis clinics on Island

He’s got your back
Who wants to buy a floating B.C. pub, designated ferry driver included?

Who wants to buy a floating B.C. pub, designated ferry driver included?

Nanaimo's Dinghy Dock Pub goes on the market for $4.8 million
5 Victoria restaurants named best for outdoor dining in Canada

5 Victoria restaurants named best for outdoor dining in Canada

OpenTable's list includes 27 B.C. restaurants
Key new features coming to Apple’s iOS 18 this fall

Key new features coming to Apple’s iOS 18 this fall

WestJet mechanics reject contract in decision CEO calls ‘deeply concerning’

WestJet mechanics reject contract in decision CEO calls ‘deeply concerning’

Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association represents some 670 aircraft tradespeople