Local News

UPDATED: RCMP in Port Alberni are warning the public about vigilante justice

An Alberni man under investigation for child luring, was found tied up inside a home

  • Apr 13th, 2018

Rare dog lost for six months returned to Vancouver Island owner

Redbone coonhound stolen from car in Saanich back home in Shawnigan Lake

Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon on leaving Government House
Funeral procession for Const. Ian Jordan
Minister blames 'uncertainty' for stalling pipeline expansion
Grand chief accuses feds of groveling to Kinder Morgan

Mount Washington Alpine Resort butting out

Resort to go entirely smoke free as of June 1

  • Apr 13th, 2018

Police tag prolific Parksville graffiti artist

23-year-old faces multiple mischief charges after second arrest in a month

  • Apr 13th, 2018

Duncan man takes dog licensing issue to the province

Claims city has too much enforcement power

VicPD officer dies after 30 years in a coma

Injuries sustained while on duty left Const. Ian Jordan in a coma until his death Wednesday

Work on Silver Bridge in Duncan to cause traffic delays

Seismic upgrades underway

  • Apr 12th, 2018

Victoria housing advocates applaud province’s move to protect tenants

Law has not kept pace with the changing housing market: Premier John Horgan

North Saanich’s BC Aviation Museum bidding for a bomber

Museum could know by Friday if Lancaster is coming to the Island

UPDATE: Three-day Port Hardy area search for missing boater suspended

Rising water levels are making the area unsafe for search and rescue

World’s biggest hockey stick joins Humboldt Broncos tribute

Duncan’s Island Savings Centre joins nationwide salutes to hockey team

Remembering Esquimalt Nation Chief Andy Thomas

View Royal Fire Department, West Shore RCMP pay final respects

Nanaimo home to new European import vehicle processing facility

European cars to be imported, processed and delivered through Nanaimo, creating dozens of jobs

New spill response bases on hold as pipeline paused

Future of six new bases, 125 jobs, on Vancouver Island in limbo over Kinder Morgan decision

Copper thefts leave north Nanaimo street in the dark

Theives strip copper wiring from 23 lamp standards in recent theft.