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Tourism Vancouver Island encourages visitors to plan ahead for busy weekend

VANCOUVER ISLAND, B.C. – Visitors to Vancouver Island are being encouraged to plan ahead for the busy Canada Day long weekend. Tourism Vancouver Island, now called 4VI, says this upcoming weekend could be busier than years previous. With Canada Day on Friday and Independence Day on Monday, 4VI Business Impact...

BC Transit and CVRD announce summer adjustments and free transit for Canada Day

BC Transit and the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) are announcing summer adjustments to transit service. Trips are being removed from the following routes starting Thursday: 1 Anfield Centre/Comox Mall 2 Cumberland/Anfield Centre 3 Comox Local 4 Driftwood Mall/Comox Mall 5 Vanier 99 VMP Connector These trips will be brought back...

Saanich shooting investigation continues

Saanich, B.C. - The Independent Investigations Office (IIO) of B.C. continues to investigate an incident in Saanich that left six police officers wounded and two bank robbery suspects dead. The IIO says officers responded to a report Tuesday at around 11 a.m. about two armed men entering a bank in...

BC Ferries; Canada Day weekend ferries will be packed

For the first time in years, Canada Day and Independence Day will sandwich the same weekend, leading to high volumes of ferry goers. BC Ferries says their major routes, such as the Tsawwassen to Swartz Bay will be serviced by four vessels, which will provide up to 32 sailings per...

B.C. leads efforts in legal settlement against Purdue Pharma

Purdue Pharma will pay $150-million thanks to a B.C.-led class-action lawsuit to recover healthcare costs related to the sale and marketing of opioid-based pain medications. B.C. Government officials said the lawsuit was brought forward by the provincial government on behalf of all Canadian governments. "B.C.'s efforts to negotiate this unique settlement,...

Horgan to step down as premier

John Horgan has announced he's stepping down as B.C's premier. Horgan says his health problems this past year have made him reevaluate his future in office. “As we reach the mid-point of our second term, it is clear the tasks ahead of us are enormous and will require a leader focused...
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