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Oak Bay High students do their best for COVID-19 Tour de Rock

Cops for Cancer riders set finish a different kind of Tour de Rock

Comox Valley Child Development Association introduces Telethon ambassador

Leo Larmand — clad in a headband and multi-colored shorts, standing atop…

Convoy of trucks rolls through Parksville to Coombs to honour Chuck Pratt

‘It was both his families: his trucker family and his family’

Hundreds walk, bike, drive through Saanich’s full moon lantern festival

Harvest Moon celebration draws crowds for pandemic-friendly fun

PHOTOS: Killer whales make rare visit into Ladysmith Harbour

Orca pod inspires some fine photography

  • Sep 30, 2020
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Larry Salmond plans to purchase a new RV with his winnings

Duration of Tour de Rock stop in Chemainus much shorter than usual

Four alumni riders don’t get to come for breakfast in COVID year

Vancouver Island police officers sporting personalized face masks

Masks for Central Saanich officers will feature the crest and individual officer pin numbers

Tour de Rock arrives in Nanaimo, now it’s off to the next station

Cops for Cancer team completes Nanaimo section of Vancouver Island cycle relay

A (virtual) walk around the world by 88-year-old B.C. man

George Doi says it’s simple: ‘I like walking’

QUIZ: Do you know what’s on TV?

Fall is normally the time when new television shows are released

Transformative ‘Centre of Hope’ coming to Port Hardy

With the new building, the Salvation Army will be able to run the shelter year long.

Dougal the blind raven enjoys role as ambassador at North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre

Bird helps animal care technicians teach visitors about his species

Alberni celebrates First Nations heritage with new mural

Image at the entrance of Harbour Quay depicts the history of Tseshaht First Nation

Restored boat on display in Sointula, honouring the past

A 34-foot gillnet fishing boat built on Malcolm Island in 1948 is the newest museum addition

Duncan family overwhelmed with 14 puppies

Chocolate lab litter may be one of the biggest ever

Cowichan Aquatic Centre will reopen on Oct. 13

But Duncan-area facility will only be open on a limited basis due to COVID-19