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Friends, colleagues remember former chief of Cowichan Tribes

Friends, colleagues remember former chief of Cowichan Tribes

Squtxulenuhw William “Chip” Seymour has died
Police record largest tobacco bust in B.C. history, valued at $11M

Police record largest tobacco bust in B.C. history, valued at $11M

CFSEU executes search warrants in Langley, Abbotsford, Surrey and Victoria
Pedestrian in critical condition following Qualicum Beach crosswalk collision

Pedestrian in critical condition following Qualicum Beach crosswalk collision

75-year-old struck by a pickup truck on Feb. 12
UVic cuts budget by $13M citing declining international student enrolment

UVic cuts budget by $13M citing declining international student enrolment

University says it’s too early to determine which areas of the school will be affected
Port Hardy Fire Rescue puts out two boat fires in one week

Port Hardy Fire Rescue puts out two boat fires in one week

All told, it took Port Hardy Fire Rescue about 20 minutes to put the first fire out
Nanaimo-Vancouver fast ferry love boat has a place in modern matchmaking

Nanaimo-Vancouver fast ferry love boat has a place in modern matchmaking

Hullo ferry offered speed dating event this month in time for Valentine’s Day
Convicted murderer of Maple Ridge mom granted leave to treatment centre

Convicted murderer of Maple Ridge mom granted leave to treatment centre

Teen killer, now 37, gets unescorted temporary absence on Vancouver Island
Nanaimo’s public works yard AAP cancelled

Nanaimo’s public works yard AAP cancelled

City will look at other funding options for first phase of Nanaimo Operations Centre project
VIDEO: Greater Victoria MLA worries over ‘increasing corporatization’ of health care

VIDEO: Greater Victoria MLA worries over ‘increasing corporatization’ of health care

Rally at the B.C. Legislature calls out eating disorder care service
Lehann Wallace announced as BC United candidate for Ladysmith-Oceanside

Lehann Wallace announced as BC United candidate for Ladysmith-Oceanside

Final voting day for 2024 provincial election scheduled for Oct. 19
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