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Environment Canada warns of snowfall and hazardous driving on B.C. Interior highways

Environment Canada warns of snowfall and hazardous driving on B.C. Interior highways

VANCOUVER — Environment Canada is warning drivers about snow on some southern British Columbia mountain passes that may cause sudden hazardous driving conditions.
Surrey Board of Trade calls for review of sex offender regulations, protocols

Surrey Board of Trade calls for review of sex offender regulations, protocols

SURREY, B.C. — The Surrey Board of Trade says it is joining Mayor Brenda Locke in "urgently calling" for a comprehensive review of laws and protocols around high-risk sex offenders. Board President Anita Huberman says in an open letter to B.C.
In an old Carnegie library in Victoria, a new way of justice

In an old Carnegie library in Victoria, a new way of justice

It’s one of two Indigenous Justice Centres that opened on Vancouver Island in January —the other is in Nanaimo
B.C. mayor says drones endangering wildfire helicopter pilots, pleads for patience

B.C. mayor says drones endangering wildfire helicopter pilots, pleads for patience

FORT NELSON, B.C. — The mayor of the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality in British Columbia says drones are endangering helicopters being used to fight wildfires near Fort Nelson, which was ordered evacuated earlier this month.
Granville Island is getting a free Public Disco block party this summer

Granville Island is getting a free Public Disco block party this summer

A lot on Granville Island is going ot be turned into a party spot for one day this summer.
Northern Rockies Regional Municipality says four homes lost in B.C. wildfire

Northern Rockies Regional Municipality says four homes lost in B.C. wildfire

FORT NELSON, B.C. — The Mayor of British Columbia's Northern Rockies Regional Municipality says four homes have been lost and six other properties have been damaged by a wildfire that forced the evacuation of Fort Nelson more than a week ago.
UVic prof caught up in 2012 health firings remembered as 'force of nature'

UVic prof caught up in 2012 health firings remembered as 'force of nature'

Health Minister Adrian Dix called UVic professor Rebecca Warburton a ‘remarkable, determined, generous person who stuck to her position and stuck to her belief in the evidence’
How has Squamish's first electric garbage truck fared?

How has Squamish's first electric garbage truck fared?

Performance, sustainability impact, and driver insights revealed.
Increased education and patrols aim to protect Squamish Valley from abuse

Increased education and patrols aim to protect Squamish Valley from abuse

Learn about the new initiative aiming to protect Squamish Nation territory and promote safe recreation practices.
Students seek naloxone kits in UVic dorms after fatal OD

Students seek naloxone kits in UVic dorms after fatal OD

The group is looking into having mandatory training for all students during orientation at UVic, in partnership with university administration