News

UPDATED: Spike in vehicle thefts from remote parking lots

RCMP investigating half-a-dozen incidents

  • Jan 22nd, 2018

Tsunami warning an ‘exercise in precaution’

Warning for Greater Victoria called off shortly before 5 a.m. Tuesday

Update: Another semi hits the ditch

The owner of property spanning Highway 97A near Mara is done with having to repair her fence.

Counter-petition for Maple Ridge rec projects ‘like something out of Russia’

Resident says it's too tough to vote no to a project

Pitt Meadows tax increase comes in under three per cent

Big ticket is $120,000 for engineer

Nelson bumps up cost of east Blewett fire service

The 20 per cent increase will amount to approximately $56 per year for a $400,000 home

Chilcotin receives large dump of snow

The snowstorm that fell in B.C. over the weekend also impacted areas in the Chilcotin

UPDATE: Man lives despite malfunctioning defibrillator at Pitt Meadows Arena

A middle-aged man went into cardiac arrest after at game at Pitt Meadows Arena last Wednesday

Ice continues to roll

It was deja vu last week for the Isfeld Ice senior boys basketball team with three wins and one loss, running its post-winter break record to six and two.

  • Jan 22nd, 2018

Kelowna woman first Canadian to train in Danish sailing program

A Kelowna sailor compares her life at sea to manning an old museum.

Coun. Fred Haynes to run for mayor against Mayor Atwell

Haynes to go head-to-head with Atwell for Saanich mayoral seat in 2018

  • Jan 22nd, 2018

New chief for Alexis Creek First Nation

After serving 14 years on band council, Otis Guichon Sr. has been elected chief of his community west of Williams Lake.

Today’s road conditions and weather report

Quesnel River Bridge under maintenance until 4a.m. tomorrow; falling rocks Spences Bridge to Jackass

  • Jan 23rd, 2018

Another Liberal leadership hopeful visits Kelowna West

Dianne Watts will be in West Kelowna Saturday to support Liberal byelection candidate Ben Stewart

Crofton pleased with project result, timeline not so much

But survey raises a number of concerns

Outdoor school to start registration

Parents can enrol their children in the new program for South Canoe on Feb. 1.

City’s public safety committee to discuss needles at Nanaimo playground

Resident raised concerns at city council meeting on Monday

Tsunami warning issued for Coastal B.C.

It is recommended that individuals residing below 20 metres should move to higher ground.

  • Jan 23rd, 2018

Union Bay Improvement District approves putting off letter to CVRD on pros and cons of conversion

CAO says there are other priorities Union Bay should focus on before addressing conversion to CVRD

  • Jan 22nd, 2018

Man receives four-year sentence for stabbing Good Samaritan near Qualicum Beach

Jeffrey Brian MacDonald sentenced to additional 242 days in jail