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VIDEO: Victoria man builds ‘home on wheels’ for personal, financial freedom

Andrew Strauss took his tiny mobile home on adventures across Vancouver Island

Victoria mom buys butterflies in bulk in the name of science

Painted Lady butterflies teach about the metamorphosis process

Yoga cop teaches Oak Bay youngsters about health and wellness

School liaison Const. Sandrine Perry is taking her yoga classrooms to the schools she works with

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Model train enthusiasts set to gather in Nanaimo

The 35th annual Nanaimo Model Railroad Show takes place at Beban Park on Sunday, March 10

Prehistoric tale of the tail evolves at the Royal BC Museum

Victoria researcher links tail evolution of species separated by 300 million years

Whisky party supports Nanaimo’s performing arts

Crimson Coast Dance Society’s 17th annual Wee Tipple Party happens Friday at the Grand Hotel

Righting a historical wrong: Esquimalt Japanese tea house on topic at UVic’s Ideafest

Understanding the local complicity in the destruction of tea house in 1942

Stolen hamburger returned to B.C. restaurant with side of shame

Misunderstanding leads to removal of sizable ornamental sandwich

Island rabbit owners urged to request vaccine for their pets, to protect against RHD

Owners urged to contact vets after last year’s rabbit haemorrhagic disease in Nanaimo and Courtenay

  • Mar 5, 2019

Police dog work demonstrated to Nanaimo’s Block Watch captains

RCMP brings Nanaimo region Block Watch chapters up to date on crime issues

VIDEO: Wounded Warrior Run BC surpasses $100,000 fundraising goal

Event raises money for PTSD and mental health support programs for veterans, first responders

Danish-style happy Hygge housing coming to Vancouver Island

Plans for a co-housing development being looked at by the Town of Sidney

‘Myths and Legends’ voted as theme for Parksville’s 2019 sand sculpting competition

Winner beat out ‘Planes, Trains, Automobiles’ and ‘Carnival’

Vancouver Island artist builds churches in China

Patrick Chu has been building churches on trips to China for 20 years

Dark chapter in Canadian history recalled with Maritime Museum exhibit

The Lost Fleet tells story of Japanese internment, decimation of their West Coast fishing fleet

  • Mar 3, 2019

B.C. First Nations youth ready to sing during International Women’s Day

Group requested to peform their song ‘Worthy’ during New Westminster event

Incredible free Coastguard experience for women and girls

Achieve Anything and the Canadian Coastguard have joined forces to show women marine jobs

Chance Facebook post leads to discovery of long-lost family

Random Scottish wedding photo results in Victoria woman finding half-siblings

Cat stepped on by horse receives life-saving surgery

The Comox Valley & District SPCA is looking for help to cover medical expenses