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Visitation 'down significantly' at Whistler Blackcomb last season

Visitation 'down significantly' at Whistler Blackcomb last season

Poor season hampers 2024-25 season pass sales: Vail Resorts
Sudden death at Oaklands Park leaves campers on edge

Sudden death at Oaklands Park leaves campers on edge

Victoria police say foul play is not suspected in the death of man on Sunday. The B.C. Coroners Service is investigating.
The Woodfibre LNG floatel is moored on site

The Woodfibre LNG floatel is moored on site

The Woodfibre LNG floatel was moved into position at the site of the future LNG export facility, seven kilometres from downtown Squamish, on Howe Sound on Friday, June 21.
Close-quarters protest and gay pop anthems greet attendees of controversial conference

Close-quarters protest and gay pop anthems greet attendees of controversial conference

We Unify spokesperson Karla Treadway denied allegations that the conference is spreading misinformation and said that it is focused on telling the “full story” of issues that aren’t being fully discussed, such as the economy, health and “unbridled immigration.”
Thousands of racers take to the water as part of Vancouver Dragon Boat Festival

Thousands of racers take to the water as part of Vancouver Dragon Boat Festival

VANCOUVER — Racers took to the water for what organizers say is North America’s largest dragon boat festival in Vancouver.
Man 'didn't deserve to die,' family says as guilty verdict returned in murder case

Man 'didn't deserve to die,' family says as guilty verdict returned in murder case

John Dickinson’s family members sobbed in the courtroom when they heard the jury had found Mohamed Daud Omar guilty of second-degree murder in his death.
Squamish mayor stands firm amid jurisdiction dispute with Woodfibre LNG, province

Squamish mayor stands firm amid jurisdiction dispute with Woodfibre LNG, province

Provincial order prompts WLNG to moor floatel at its worksite offshore from Squamish today.
Pedestrian dies after bus carrying elementary school pupils crashes in B.C. Interior

Pedestrian dies after bus carrying elementary school pupils crashes in B.C. Interior

100 MILE HOUSE, B.C. — A pedestrian is dead after a bus carrying elementary school students crashed and ran off a highway in British Columbia's central Interior.
In a smoky long house, Indigenous leader seeks First Nations unity to save salmon

In a smoky long house, Indigenous leader seeks First Nations unity to save salmon

VICTORIA — A beam of sunlight poked through the log beam roof of Victoria's Mungo Martin House, creating smoky shadows as Indigenous dancers circled a fire in a celebration of wild salmon.
LifeLabs to move testing to Surrey, union warns of longer wait for results

LifeLabs to move testing to Surrey, union warns of longer wait for results

Technicians were advised this week that Life Labs is laying off workers from the Victoria Reference Laboratory and moving most of its microbiology testing to Surrey