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Victoria firefighters douse 2 early morning blazes

Victoria firefighters douse 2 early morning blazes

First fire started just after midnight at Bridge Street and David Street
Cumberland votes to join class action against fossil fuel companies

Cumberland votes to join class action against fossil fuel companies

Cumberland Village Council voted unanimously (4-0) to allocate $1 per resident and work with other B.C.
'High number' of impaired drivers nabbed over long weekend at Cowichan Lake

'High number' of impaired drivers nabbed over long weekend at Cowichan Lake

More than 250 stopped for breath screening tests
Salish Sea anchored freighter noise mitigations permanent, ships will stay

Salish Sea anchored freighter noise mitigations permanent, ships will stay

Pilot program measures off southern Gulf Islands and eastern Vancouver Island to be adopted
First day on the job: Island firefighter rescues cat stuck up a tree

First day on the job: Island firefighter rescues cat stuck up a tree

The cat was returned back to its family
550-year-old Indigenous fish trap panel gets Vancouver Island showcase

550-year-old Indigenous fish trap panel gets Vancouver Island showcase

Pentlatch cultural ingenuity on exhibit at Vancouver Island's University Marine Field Station in Deep Bay
Island pickleballers serve legal ultimatum in rally for right to play

Island pickleballers serve legal ultimatum in rally for right to play

Perplexed pickleball players say sound testing in North Saanich shows noise mitigation measures work
Residents reminded to be mindful after wildfire sparks in Saanich park

Residents reminded to be mindful after wildfire sparks in Saanich park

Report sightings and be mindful when using local trails and parks: Saanich fire
Eagle carving to watch over Island's Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

Eagle carving to watch over Island's Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

Powerful carving to watch over Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ traditional territories within the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
City of Nanaimo considering 'socially responsible' investments

City of Nanaimo considering 'socially responsible' investments

Counc. Ben Geselbracht argued the city should avoid investments viewed as not being socially responsible