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BC Hydro issues storm safety tips

Bulletin indicates “electrical contact incidents resulting in serious injury are on the rise.”

Magic creates emotion: Jason Verners launches Milennial

by James Kasper Victoria’s Jason Verners is an entertainer on the rise.…

Women’s changing role in war

The presence of women in the Canadian military goes back over a century

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COVID-19 vaccine candidates encouraging, but no silver bullet
Canada discussing vaccine orders
B.C. premier tells those with American licence plates to take the transit
Trudeau says he made a mistake.

Nearly Neil Diamond visits Mary Winspear Dec. 16 for pre Christmas show

Arriving in Sidney just in time for Christmas, Nearly Neil Diamond, featuring…

Jewish film fest explores diversity within unity

The Jewish Film Festival kicks off Nov. 18 to 21 at The Roxy Theatre

ICBC says 25 per cent more traffic crashes happen on Halloween

It works out to 330 people injured in 920 crashes across the province.

Monday Magazine’s Theatre Critic reviews Belfry’s Onegin

By Sheila Martindale Based on the poem by Pushkin and the opera…

Victim in fatal ammonia leak remembered for his passion and smile

Friends and colleagues remember Lloyd Smith as someone who was always willing to help people

Fernie mourns after fatal ammonia leak

The community of Fernie is coming together to support each other following a local tragedy.

Halloween decorations a no-go for for some Maple Ridge residents

Management company issues letters stating all decorations will be removed by Oct. 16

Kimberley man pays it back to home town

Mike Gould donates $7.5 million to Kimberley Dynamiters and Kimberley Minor Hockey.

Maple Ridge hosts WorkBC job fair

Free event could offer as many as 50 job opportunities

St. Luke’s Players launch the season with two great short plays

Monday Magazine’s theatre critic Sheila Martindale reveiws St. Luke’s Players new plays

  • Oct 13, 2017

UPDATE: Coquihalla re-opened following accident

The accident occured south of Merritt Saturday afternoon

Canada misses chance to ban toxic plastics chemicals: environment watchdog

Phthalates are chemicals used to make plastics flexible and harder to break, or as solvents

Hurricane Nate forms, heads to central Gulf of Mexico

U.S. National Hurricane Center warned that Nate could raise sea levels by 4 to 7 feet

Number of medically assisted deaths in B.C. rise in first half of 2017

Across Canada, there have been 1,982 assisted deaths since it became legal

Rae Porter caught up with Dylan Stone to talk about his upcoming release Everything I’ve Known.

Saturday sees the return of Dylan Stone and his heartfelt Canadian rock…

Saanich counts down to salmon run

Last year’s count was down

A fall taste of authentic culinary Okanagan

Aboriginal B.C. culinary events elevate harvest season in the province’s bread basket

  • Sep 19, 2017