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'It's the worst I've ever seen': 14 bear deaths in Tofino, Ucluelet region

'It's the worst I've ever seen': 14 bear deaths in Tofino, Ucluelet region

A “perfect storm” of increasing conflicts between the bruins and humans.
Former IIO investigator expresses praise for RCMP dog handler facing criminal charges

Former IIO investigator expresses praise for RCMP dog handler facing criminal charges

Dog deployed because suspect would not release his hands, court hears
COVID-19 booster shots are coming to B.C. — here's what we know

COVID-19 booster shots are coming to B.C. — here's what we know

When will booster shots be available in B.C.? Are they mandatory? Do you really need one? We answer your questions.
This cozy lakeside lodge in B.C. makes the perfect fall getaway (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

This cozy lakeside lodge in B.C. makes the perfect fall getaway (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Looking for the perfect, cozy fall escape? 🍂
Prince George-based Indigenous artist wins BC Achievement Award for beadwork

Prince George-based Indigenous artist wins BC Achievement Award for beadwork

Crystal Behn is the Indigenous Programmer at Two Rivers Gallery
8 alternatives to handing out Halloween candy

8 alternatives to handing out Halloween candy

Your local dollar store is home to a number of creative things, including festive pencils and erasers.
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