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Updated: Suspect in Salt Spring murder held under Mental Health Act

Updated: Suspect in Salt Spring murder held under Mental Health Act

Police arrested a 22-year-old man, but are providing few other details

Updated: Suspect in Salt Spring murder held under Mental Health Act
Few details in police incident on Salt Spring Island

Few details in police incident on Salt Spring Island

A home on Maliview Drive was surrounded in police tape

Few details in police incident on Salt Spring Island
BC Ferries to go smoke-free in the new year

BC Ferries to go smoke-free in the new year

A new policy will no longer allow passengers or crew to smoke while aboard any BC Ferries vessel

BC Ferries to go smoke-free in the new year
Nord Mensah will be the subject of a court martial in Victoria. The former Acting Commander is facing multiple charges from 2015. (Royal Canadian Navy)

Mensah found guilty in CFB Esquimalt court martial

The former acting base commander had a sexual relationship with someone directly under his supervision

Nord Mensah will be the subject of a court martial in Victoria. The former Acting Commander is facing multiple charges from 2015. (Royal Canadian Navy)
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What is your most embarrassing work story?

These 25 scenarios taken from senior managers in North America will make you cringe

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American Airlines glitch gives pilots holiday at Christmas

American Airlines glitch gives pilots holiday at Christmas

A computer glitch with the world’s largest airline means American is scrambling to schedule pilots into planes

American Airlines glitch gives pilots holiday at Christmas
B.C. to implement longer prohibitions for dangerous drivers

B.C. to implement longer prohibitions for dangerous drivers

Drivers caught street racing or stunt driving will soon see driving prohibitions extended up to 36 months

B.C. to implement longer prohibitions for dangerous drivers
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Small earthquake strikes Vancouver Island

The quake was centred near Victoria

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Strong winds expected overnight for east Vancouver Island

The winds will get up to 70 km/h before dying down overnight or Tuesday morning.

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False killer whale ‘Chester’ dies at Vancouver Aquarium

He was found stranded near Tofino in July 2014 and only had a 10 per cent chance of making it at the time

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Charge laid against B.C. man in alleged cat torture

Charge laid against B.C. man in alleged cat torture

Joshua Michael Lemire, 20, has been charged with one count of causing unnecessary pain/suffering to an animal.

Charge laid against B.C. man in alleged cat torture
This image shows a deer similar in size and shape to the one shown in the Snapchat video circulating out of Campbell River (Pixabay)

Viral video shows deer killed on Snapchat in Campbell River

RCMP say they have identified those involved and are working with conservation officers

This image shows a deer similar in size and shape to the one shown in the Snapchat video circulating out of Campbell River (Pixabay)
This image shows a deer similar in size and shape to the one shown in the Snapchat video circulating out of Campbell River (Pixabay)

Viral video shows deer killed on Snapchat in Campbell River

RCMP say they have identified those involved (WARNING: Graphic details of incident)

This image shows a deer similar in size and shape to the one shown in the Snapchat video circulating out of Campbell River (Pixabay)
Wet weather expected for much of coastal B.C.

Wet weather expected for much of coastal B.C.

The Weather Network is calling for up to 200mm of rain to fall in some areas of the South Coast and Vancouver Island

Wet weather expected for much of coastal B.C.
B.C. groups to address child sex abuse in sports

B.C. groups to address child sex abuse in sports

viaSport is organizing a full day of education in association with Canadian Centre for Child Protection and the Coaching Association of Canada.

B.C. groups to address child sex abuse in sports
Heavy rainfall washed out an embankment at a culvert under Highway 19A north of Bowser Sunday evening, Nov. 19, forcing the closure of the highway. The highway remains closed Monday as crews work on repairs. — Photo submitted by Ministry of Transportation

Highway 19A reopened north of Qualicum Beach

Repair work completed 48 hours after Sunday washout near Cook Creek Road

Heavy rainfall washed out an embankment at a culvert under Highway 19A north of Bowser Sunday evening, Nov. 19, forcing the closure of the highway. The highway remains closed Monday as crews work on repairs. — Photo submitted by Ministry of Transportation
Black Press reporter Kendra Wong is seen here with a tactical vest and helmet as she takes part in Victoria’s “Experience the Canadian Armed Forces” event at the Bay St Armoury. (Arnold Lim/BlackPress)

Media gets hands-on training with the Canadian military

Black Press reporter Kendra Wong goes ‘undercover’ in Victoria to learn how to be the best she can be

Black Press reporter Kendra Wong is seen here with a tactical vest and helmet as she takes part in Victoria’s “Experience the Canadian Armed Forces” event at the Bay St Armoury. (Arnold Lim/BlackPress)
A mix of rain and snow is expected to fall on Wednesday across much of Vancouver Island. (Pixabay)

You should probably pack an umbrella today

Environment Canada is forecasting a mix of rain and snow to begin falling Wednesday

A mix of rain and snow is expected to fall on Wednesday across much of Vancouver Island. (Pixabay)
Comox is just one of the areas on Vancouver Island expected to receive more snow this weekend as an area of low pressure is set to arrive on Saturday. (Instagram/fholatko)

More snow in the forecast for Vancouver Island

It’s time to break out the snow gear and ensure your vehicle has winter tires or chains

Comox is just one of the areas on Vancouver Island expected to receive more snow this weekend as an area of low pressure is set to arrive on Saturday. (Instagram/fholatko)
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WATCH: Province, Feds see lots of work ahead of marijuana legalization

More than 48,000 B.C. residents provided feedback to the Province on how to roll out the legalization and regulation of cannabis in 2018.

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