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Port Alberni councillor John Douglas dies

Port Alberni councillor John Douglas dies

Douglas served as mayor of Port Alberni from 2011 to 2014, cause of death has not been released
Strange summer for B.C. as as alliances shift, politics go wild

Strange summer for B.C. as as alliances shift, politics go wild

Rustad connecting with Sturko and Weaver among the more unexpected moves
B.C. pair found dead in a boat floated off Nova Scotia

B.C. pair found dead in a boat floated off Nova Scotia

Bodies believed to be a 60-year-old woman and a 70-year-old man reported missing June 18
Trial of Wade Cudmore underway in Okanagan murders linked to B.C. drug trade

Trial of Wade Cudmore underway in Okanagan murders linked to B.C. drug trade

Cudmore facing 2 counts of first degree murder after bodies of Kamloops brothers found in Naramata
Volcanoes pose a rare but real risk in B.C. – and no one is monitoring them

Volcanoes pose a rare but real risk in B.C. – and no one is monitoring them

Mount Garibaldi, situated mere kilometres from Squamish, poses the greatest potential threat
Not ‘a single taxpayer dollar’ for ‘drug dens’: Poilievre

Not ‘a single taxpayer dollar’ for ‘drug dens’: Poilievre

Conservatives promise to scale back supervised drug consumption sites
'Zero' chance B.C. ups access to "non-prescribed" drugs: Eby

'Zero' chance B.C. ups access to "non-prescribed" drugs: Eby

"Zero" That is how Premier David Eby rated the likelihood of B.C. implementing a recommendation from provincial health officer Bonnie Henry to expand access to "non-prescribed alternatives to unregulated drugs.
Sidney community rallies to support restaurant owner after heart attack

Sidney community rallies to support restaurant owner after heart attack

Over $8,000 has been raised so far to help the family of Scott Keanie, who is recovering in hospital
B.C.-wide campfire ban now in effect

B.C.-wide campfire ban now in effect

All of the province is under the ban, except for Haida Gwaii
1,000-year-old trees threatened by wildfire in northeast B.C.

1,000-year-old trees threatened by wildfire in northeast B.C.

Chun T’oh Whudujut Park is about 115 kilometres east of Prince George dealing with multiple blazes