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Some in the area are hopeful as 160 transitional homes open, while others say the plan is 'containment, not a solution'
Ladysmith's boys and girls of summer took to the field with a few of the Victoria HarbourCats players last week, practicing both their glove skills as well as taking a few swings at the plate.
This is the third part of a three-part June series looking at the significance of the potlatch for the Kwakawaka'wakw of the Pacific Northwest, the attempted cultural genocide through a federal anti-potlatch ban and how artists are creating new forms of expression in conjunction with an upcoming thematic program entitled Potlatch 67-67: The Potlatch Ban - Then and Now, opening at the Comox Valley Art Gallery July 20.
Think tank says its ratings are fair to all schools, public and private
Blaze currently 50% contained by provincial crews
Five men were aboard the boat when it sank off Vancouver Island early Monday morning
Crash happened June 16 on East Saanich Rd. and Canora Dr.
Saanich plans to double the share of all trips made by active transportation by 2050.
More than one-third of deaths were in B.C.
The more than 100 men who fought in World War I now commemorated by new memorial.
Lawyer points to change in American policy around adoptions from Japan
DP World's terminal expansion will increase capacity to 1.8 million TEUs a year
Former child refugee Abdoul Abdi's judicial review set for today in Halifax
Nearby boats rushed to help
Monte Creek Ranch Winery can finally proceed with amphitheatre plans
Cannabis Act has passed third reading
Roberto Guatdamuz Rueda has been following reports of the general strike and violence in Nicaragua