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'Just let this all end': Former NHLer speaks about battle with mental illness

'Just let this all end': Former NHLer speaks about battle with mental illness

Former NHL goaltender Corey Hirsch chronicles his struggles with obsessive compulsive disorder in a new book, and will speak about it and sign copies of his book Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Bolen Books
'Surreal': Penticton youth soccer coach named best in the province

'Surreal': Penticton youth soccer coach named best in the province

Jamie Pond is the BC Soccer organization's Coach of the Year for 2022.
Sunshine Coast preparing to cautiously lift water ban Tuesday

Sunshine Coast preparing to cautiously lift water ban Tuesday

SECHELT, B.C. — Some businesses and amenities on British Columbia's Sunshine Coast will soon be able to start using treated drinking water again after a severe drought in the area prompted a two-week ban.
Inquest into police shooting at Vancouver Canadian Tire begins

Inquest into police shooting at Vancouver Canadian Tire begins

Daniel Peter Rintoul died in November 2016 after being shot by police outside a Canadian Tire.
Weekend storm brings B.C. only modest relief from drought, but more rain to come

Weekend storm brings B.C. only modest relief from drought, but more rain to come

VANCOUVER — Several days of heavy rain over British Columbia's central and south coasts have only slightly eased drought conditions gripping the region.
Five people stabbed in an hour during busy Halloween weekend: Vancouver police

Five people stabbed in an hour during busy Halloween weekend: Vancouver police

VANCOUVER — Police in Vancouver say five people were stabbed in less than an hour early Sunday as Halloween partiers flooded the city's entertainment zones. Sgt.
Crews from CFB Comox receive award for 2021 flood rescues

Crews from CFB Comox receive award for 2021 flood rescues

The Honourable Company of Air Pilots has recognized the dedication of 442 Transport and Rescue Squadron from 19 Wing Comox during last November’s B.C. floods.
Victoria demonstrators join thousands around the world in protest against Iran

Victoria demonstrators join thousands around the world in protest against Iran

The Victoria rally, which saw protesters chanting Mahsa Amini’s name, was one of several across Canada on Saturday.
Green MLA says fee-charging clinics exploiting gaps in public system

Green MLA says fee-charging clinics exploiting gaps in public system

Adam Olsen says because nothing has been done to stop the fee-based systems, a gap has been created that’s being exploited
Surf smelts spawning again in Lime Bay, after restoration project

Surf smelts spawning again in Lime Bay, after restoration project

Four surf smelt eggs have been found in Victoria Harbour’s Lime Bay, where habitat was recently restored to lure the silvery fish back. It’s not many, but it was enough for biologists to celebrate.