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Two Delta residents charged in Halloween edibles investigation

Two Delta residents charged in Halloween edibles investigation

Following the search warrant by the DPD Crime Reduction Unit, police determined the targeted dwelling was dedicated to cannabis production, extraction, packaging for street sale, as well as advertising.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: ‘Selfish’ northerners filling B.C. hospitals

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: ‘Selfish’ northerners filling B.C. hospitals

Needed surgical procedures are being postponed to treat COVID-19 patients from northern B.C., a letter writer from Victoria says
Climate change bringing more severe storms to North Pacific, says shipping chamber head

Climate change bringing more severe storms to North Pacific, says shipping chamber head

Climate change is '100 per cent on our radar,' says Robert Lewis-Manning, president of the Chamber of Shipping in Canada
Cougars win streak improves to five games with shut-out victory

Cougars win streak improves to five games with shut-out victory

Brennan's first shut-out of the season gives Cougars fifth win in a row
Vancouver Island ranked in top 10 regions in the world by Lonely Planet

Vancouver Island ranked in top 10 regions in the world by Lonely Planet

'As international visitors begin to travel again, they will look to trusted travel authorities such as Lonely Planet for direction on which destinations to choose first.'
Disaster app helps B.C. communities plan for climate fallout

Disaster app helps B.C. communities plan for climate fallout

Seven Vancouver Island communities will act as a testing ground for an app that helps families design their own plan to survive disasters — from flooding and prolonged power outages to wildfires and earthquakes.
'Hard days' ahead as B.C. health-care system tries to fill gaps left by unvaccinated workers

'Hard days' ahead as B.C. health-care system tries to fill gaps left by unvaccinated workers

Thousands of B.C. health-care workers have been dismissed after they chose not to follow a mandate that requires them to have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
West Vancouver football fan scores touchdown with $10.2-million lotto win

West Vancouver football fan scores touchdown with $10.2-million lotto win

Winner planning trip of a lifetime to Super Bowl
Local actor Grace Dove stars in new psychological drama

Local actor Grace Dove stars in new psychological drama

Grace Dove, an actor who grew up in Prince George and starred most recently in Monkey Beach is now taking on Bones of Crows a new original five-part psychological drama and feature film commissioned by CBC/Radio-Canada and in association with APTN.
OPINION: The pandemic of quitters

OPINION: The pandemic of quitters

Three reasons good staff might quit and what to do about it