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Father of suspected B.C. killer granted access to cellphone video

Alan Schmegelsky’s lawyer convinces RCMP to share son’s video will

VIDEO: Advocates call for Victoria’s Ogden Point to keep its name

Greater Victoria Harbour Authority says change isn’t due to namesake’s dark history

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Minister not feeling great about social media co-operation as election nears
Toddler tumbles out of moving vehicle
Horgan says those breaking the law in Houston will have consequences

B.C. conference looks at how First Nations can be involved in cannabis industry

Some First Nations are dead set against it, while some see economic growth opportunities

Developer envisions city’s south end becoming an ‘epicentre’ of urban living in Nanaimo

Parkshore Projects proposing three new developments for Haliburton Street

$8.87 million for mental health programs, resources in B.C. schools

Provincial funding available to all 60 B.C. school districts

Vancouver Island residents itching to get to core of mosquito issue

Problem seems to be getting worse for Saratoga, Miracle Beach

Cougar shot and killed in Campbell River

Animal was very comfortable in the highly developed neighbourhood: conservation officer

Silent art auction held for Qualicum writer now receiving palliative care

Fundraiser for Linda Tenney runs online until midnight on Sept. 7

Port Alberni RCMP arrest local man suspected in multiple commercial break-ins

Port Alberni RCMP have arrested and charged a man they suspect is…

RCMP investigating death of commercial fisherman in Alberni Inlet

Incident is not considered suspicious at this time

UPDATED: Man arrested after eight hour standoff on Begbie Street

The man stole a car and rammed several vehicles earlier this morning

Bringing hope to the overdose discussion in Campbell River

‘There are so many out there who don’t reach out and speak to somebody’

Cowichan Valley’s Blaine Hardie, provincial beekeeping icon, dies

Hardie owned and operated Hardie Honey for more than 20 years

Cannabis conundrum: Dueling dealers eye Cowichan Commons

Cowichan Tribes threatening to pull Costa Canna application if provincial store gets green light to set up

Home-schoolers in Nanaimo celebrate ‘not back-to-school’

Like students at brick-and-mortar schools, Nanaimo home-learners start school year

House of Hope: Picking up the pieces from the overdose crisis

A four-part series on Umbrella Society’s Foundation House

UPDATE: Nanaimo man who had been missing located ‘safe and sound’

Police say Jason Schnurr had been experiencing ‘personal difficulties’

B.C. aviation company sends helicopters to fight fires in Amazon

Three helicopters from Coulson Aviation are enroute to Bolivia under temporary contract