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First humpback mom and calf return to Salish Sea

First humpback mom and calf return to Salish Sea

The first calf, likely about three months old, and its mother, “Black Pearl,” were spotted in Haro Strait last week by Eagle Wing Tours.
Harbour Air signs letter of intent to buy electric motors for its seaplanes

Harbour Air signs letter of intent to buy electric motors for its seaplanes

The company says it has signed a letter of intent with Washington-based magniX to purchase 50 motors to convert its seaplane fleet.
Campbell River tackles goldfish invasion in stormwater pond

Campbell River tackles goldfish invasion in stormwater pond

This summer, when the pond is low, the city plans to pump it out in an attempt to eradicate the fish
Tribune Bay campsite on Hornby to expand, include new walk-in sites

Tribune Bay campsite on Hornby to expand, include new walk-in sites

Under B.C. Parks’ concept plan, the existing campground would be reduced to 80 sites, while another 40 would be built on newly acquired property
Outdoor pet areas added to more B.C. Ferries vessels

Outdoor pet areas added to more B.C. Ferries vessels

Dogs on leashes and cats in carriers are now allowed in outdoor pet areas on the Horseshoe Bay-Departure Bay and Horseshoe Bay-Langdale routes aboard the Queen of Surrey and Queen of Coquitlam ferries.
Anglers urged to fish out invasive bass from Campbell River lake

Anglers urged to fish out invasive bass from Campbell River lake

Fishers are asked to catch as many smallmouth bass as possible from Echo Lake, freeze their catches and report them to fisheries officials
Victoria computer pioneer signs off after 50 years

Victoria computer pioneer signs off after 50 years

Ed Life started Tecnet to service and support computers in 1974. Now he’s handing over the reins.
Veteran aims to honour 19th-century all-Black Victoria regiment with monument

Veteran aims to honour 19th-century all-Black Victoria regiment with monument

Several of the men in the Victoria Pioneer Rifle Corps had volunteered to serve in Victoria’s fire department, but were rejected. Undaunted, they offered their services as a volunteer militia unit
New-era naval ship arrives at CFB Esquimalt on Monday

New-era naval ship arrives at CFB Esquimalt on Monday

HMCS Max Bernays left Halifax on March 11, made its way through the Panama Canal and is now heading north from San Francisco for arrival at CFB Esquimalt on Monday about 10:30 a.m.
Boat aground on Gonzales Beach 'being monitored:' coast guard; person still aboard

Boat aground on Gonzales Beach 'being monitored:' coast guard; person still aboard

The vessel was beached after a storm on March 27 and has been sitting near the pedestrian access to Gonzales Beach, firmly embedded in the sand