Island Wildlife Rescue dealing with influx of fawns and kits

Thirteen young deer and nearly two dozen baby raccoons already at MARS facility near Courtenay

  • Jul 3rd, 2018

Victoria Humane Society in desperate need of foster homes

Society has taken in more than 200 animals in June alone

Parksville woman invites community to ‘awake’ party

After transition Robbie Van hosts funeral for male self

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles at a glance
Outrigger canoeing a lifestyle
PyeongChang 2018, through the eyes of a Canadian Korean
Bartenders respond to push for better non-alcoholic drinks

As Canadian as Vancouver Island

You’ve seen the symptoms of being Canadian, how Canadian are we?

Chronic disease no obstacle for ultra-cyclist

Cross-Canada ride raises funds for Crohn’s disease

Popular Fanny Bay forest gallery closes; property sold

George Sawchuk’s “Wacky Woods” was a popular site with visitors for over 40 years

Unexpected visitors moove in

Cows take morning stroll through Sooke neighbourhood

Saanich Police rev up new ride

2012 Dodge Charger SRT-8 once belonged to a drug dealer

Legion Week celebrated across B.C.

Starting today, BC/Yukon Command of Royal Canadian Legion is hosting events in 65 communities

Winners announced in power carving competition

Top spot for professional category and Carver’s Choice goes to Junior Henderson

Decision to ride her bike sends woman to Portugal

Malene Foyd logged 49km cycling to work with the Ministry of Environment; “I always bike to work, rain or shine.”

Y2K Spitfire comes home to Comox Valley

Veteran Stocky Edwards guest of honour at banquet surrounding classic fighter plane

Marine trail planned for Discovery Islands

Agreements with First Nations vital for passage through traditional territories

Painted pianos pop up for public play Friday in Oak Bay

Pianos can be played during the day and will be covered overnight

Emotional trauma the hardest, says burn survivor

Burn Camp helps young survivors wear their scars as ‘badges of honour’

National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations underway

Hundreds gather at Royal Roads University in Colwood

Ladysmith school wins $100,000 for accessible playground

École North Oyster wins BCAA PlayHere prize

Let the chips fly in Campbell River

Chainsaw art takes shape during 22nd annual Transformations on the Shore