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‘It’s getting worse’: Royston resident decries the use of vehicles on beaches

‘It’s getting worse’: Royston resident decries the use of vehicles on beaches

Biologist warns of potential environmental impacts of this practice on local sensitive habitat
Courtenay welcomes back ‘the toughest 2 minutes in sports’

Courtenay welcomes back ‘the toughest 2 minutes in sports’

Dozens of firefighters competed in the B.C. FireFit Regional Championships from May 25 to 26
Evacuation orders in and around Fort Nelson to lift Monday: mayor

Evacuation orders in and around Fort Nelson to lift Monday: mayor

Mayor says alerts will remain in place but evacuees will be allowed to return home
2 people confirmed dead in plane crash near Squamish

2 people confirmed dead in plane crash near Squamish

Plane went down Friday evening, but police weren’t able to access the crash site until Saturday
Plane crash reported in the remote outskirts of Squamish, B.C.

Plane crash reported in the remote outskirts of Squamish, B.C.

Police say they can’t confirm if anyone was killed or injured so far
Mayor says it’s not safe for Fort Nelson wildfire evacuees to return early

Mayor says it’s not safe for Fort Nelson wildfire evacuees to return early

People trying to get back early could create highway lineups that hinder health-care workers: mayor
Sidney’s rental protection efforts offer little solace to turfed-out tenants

Sidney’s rental protection efforts offer little solace to turfed-out tenants

‘Thank god I have my car,’ says one renter being bought of her long-time apartment
Sister seeks justice in stabbing death of her brother in Lillooet

Sister seeks justice in stabbing death of her brother in Lillooet

Leeland Alexander was from Xat’sull First Nations
UBC Okanagan vice-chancellor offers to meet with pro-Palestinian encampment

UBC Okanagan vice-chancellor offers to meet with pro-Palestinian encampment

The encampment on UBC’s Okanagan campus is demanding that the university divests from companies complicit in ‘Palestinian genocide’
BC Wildfire Service sending crews to fire near Spences Bridge in B.C. Interior

BC Wildfire Service sending crews to fire near Spences Bridge in B.C. Interior

Fire, estimated at 10 hectares, is burning on opposite side of Thompson River from Trans-Canada Hwy.