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Duncan senior faces life on the streets

John Grezenda spends nights on his scooter

Road work delays notice issued

Road delays for South Shore Road to install new culverts

  • Aug 21st, 2017

Bear breaks into B.C. home, gets punched in the nose

An overly aggressive black bear hits up Sunshine Coast home not once, but twice

Courtenay man has full solar eclipse experience in Oregon

‘The shadow comes and your hair stands up. It gets cooler and then the stars show up’

Death of B.C. man in Barcelona terror attack ‘leaves immense void’

Ian Moore Wilson was with wife of 53 years when van plowed through crowd in Barcelona

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          Green leader Andrew Weaver calls for ride sharing rules in B.C.

          Service already ‘operating under the table’ in Vancouver

          Spain: Police shoot man wearing possible bomb belt

          A Spanish newspaper reports that the fugitive in the city’s van attack has been captured

          VIDEO: B.C. wildfires burn into single, large blaze

          The Plateau fire is the biggest burning in B.C.

          Van rams bus stops in France, killing one

          One person is dead, another is injured as a van strikes bus stops in Marseille

          More B.C. residents head home

          Evacuation order lifted after B.C. wildfire destroys dozens of homes in Loon Lake

          The Trump Unit: Canada’s squad to save NAFTA

          Take a peak inside Canada’s PMO squad to save NAFTA

          Protesters clash with Quebec city police

          Protesters opposing a right wing group clash with Quebec City police

          Eclipse viewing events to be held nation wide

          Canadians will throw various viewing events for the partial eclipse across the country

          UPDATE: RCMP investigating cause of fire at Snaw-Naw-As community hall

          Nanoose First Nation’s community hall was badly damaged by an early-morning fire Saturday

          Wind fans B.C. fires, but growth of two largest blazes is limited

          Kevin Skrepnek says that despite the rain, it wasn’t much, and 14 new fires were sparked since Friday

          Nanaimo family with baby on board victims of hit-and-run near Chemainus

          “I looked back and saw the truck coming up behind us and then hit us,” said Nanaimo’s Bibi Wallace, recounting the hit-and-run near Chemainus.

          Thousands gather with messages of love, resistance at anti-racism rally

          Anti-racism protesters took over the streets out front Vancouver’s city hall

          ‘Deadpool 2’ death: Investigators release details

          WorkSafeBC releases first official report of stuntwoman’s motorcycle death

          B.C. cop finds bridge made of shopping carts, carpet, pallets

          ‘The ingenuity amazes me,’ officer says, after finding engineering feat in unexpected place