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Ladysmith heritage boats moving out of marina

Ladysmith heritage boats moving out of marina

Two vessels have already been hauled out of the water and stored at Saltair Marine Services in Ladysmith.
Arsonist banished by First Nation argues jail time would be 'double jeopardy'

Arsonist banished by First Nation argues jail time would be 'double jeopardy'

Eddy Walter Cliffe based his appeal on having already been punished by the Campbell River-area nation, which banished him from the reserve
Community angry after company clearcuts beside cemetery

Community angry after company clearcuts beside cemetery

The forest company planted seedlings on Friday in the area beside the cemetery
Blindness a threat for Prince George residents after retina disease treatment cut

Blindness a threat for Prince George residents after retina disease treatment cut

The BC Retina Disease Treatment Program is ending as of March 31, leaving those affected scrambling for ways to get the cash to fund the eyesight-saving treatment they need.
Tiny Town container-housing village set to reopen at Royal Athletic Park parking lot

Tiny Town container-housing village set to reopen at Royal Athletic Park parking lot

New residents are expected to start moving into the 30-unit shipping-container village in March, just months after it closed
Shelter head blames young worker's death on gaps in Nanaimo health care

Shelter head blames young worker's death on gaps in Nanaimo health care

Sophia, 23, died of sepsis after likely contracting an infection from her workplace
Squamish company gets $2.5-million nod from feds

Squamish company gets $2.5-million nod from feds

Quantum Technology has been awarded the funding to scale up its hydrogen purification and liquefaction systems.
Nisga'a Treaty disputes settled between B.C. and First Nation governments

Nisga'a Treaty disputes settled between B.C. and First Nation governments

VICTORIA — The Nisga'a First Nation in northwestern British Columbia says it has reached a historic out-of-court settlement with the provincial government to resolve disputes that had come up in their 24-year-old treaty.
Comox Valley woman may be offering unauthorized midwifery services, college warns

Comox Valley woman may be offering unauthorized midwifery services, college warns

Erika Nabuurs was the subject of a public warning this week by the B.C. College of Nurses and Midwives
Delta man charged in Burnaby homicide

Delta man charged in Burnaby homicide

IHIT announces a charge of conspiracy to commit murder in relation to the death of an Abbotsford man.