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Portion of Island Rail corridor to return to Snaw-Naw-As First Nation

A section of the Island Rail Corridor will be returned to the Snaw-Naw-As First Nation after 18 months of consideration. That’s from federal minister of transport Omar Alghabra and B.C. minister of transportation and infrastructure Rob Fleming. It was announced in a joint statement Tuesday after the B.C. Court of Appeal...

Comox Valley RCMP looking for suspects regarding snowboard theft

Comox Valley RCMP is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect regarding a snowboard theft. The incident happened a month ago on Mt. Washington, with video surveillance footage from the mountain showing two people walking up to the board rack and taking two snowboards. One of them, dressed up...

Province increasing focus on repeat violent offenders

The B.C. government is creating dedicated police-prosecutor-probation officer teams to keep communities safe from repeat violent offenders. Provincial officials said having a coordinated response across the justice system will be a key factor in improving public safety. Twenty-five million dollars over three years will go towards 21 Crown counsel and 21...

British Columbians’ energy consumption habits changed post pandemic: BC Hydro

It appears an increase in working from home has led to changes in the way we use electricity. The finding from a BC Hydro report says 70 per cent of respondents’ daily routines have changed following the pandemic and do not seem to be going back to the way they...

Turtle fossil of species unknown to science discovered in Courtenay

The fossil of a previously unknown species of turtle that walked with dinosaurs has been discovered in Courtenay. Timothy Gordon Obear discovered the turtle fossil a couple of years ago in Trent River, and according to Royal BC Museum palaeontology collections manager Derek Larson, research into the fossil has been...

Amendments coming to Criminal Code of Canada: B.C. government

The federal government will be making changes to the Criminal Code of Canada that will target repeat violent offenders. B.C. government officials said the announcement comes after a meeting between the province and the federal government in Ottawa last week. “For months we’ve joined our provincial and federal counterparts advocating for...
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