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Pender Harbour RCMSAR safety programs return with boating season

Pender Harbour RCMSAR safety programs return with boating season

Kids Don’t Float PFD loans, safety checks offered by RCMSAR
B.C. Ferries eyes infrastructure-bank loan to pay for billion-dollar-plus vessel replacement

B.C. Ferries eyes infrastructure-bank loan to pay for billion-dollar-plus vessel replacement

The bank, a Crown corporation, has just loaned B.C. Ferries $75 million toward the cost of its electrification program for four new Island-class ferries and on-shore charging infrastructure
No-fault system is benefiting British Columbians rather than enriching lawyers: Eby

No-fault system is benefiting British Columbians rather than enriching lawyers: Eby

Any gaps in coverage in the new no-fault system can be addressed in a five year-review, the premier says
Hullo Ferries hits 250,000-passenger mark, anticipates busy summer

Hullo Ferries hits 250,000-passenger mark, anticipates busy summer

Nanaimo-Vancouver passenger-only service is aiming to double its ridership in its first full summer season
Police watchdog investigates RCMP over threats against B.C. woman, later found dead

Police watchdog investigates RCMP over threats against B.C. woman, later found dead

SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog has launched an investigation into the RCMP's handling of alleged threats made five months ago against Tatjana Stefanski, who disappeared from her home in the B.C.
Arrival of effective obesity-treating drug in Canada offers hope, but questions remain

Arrival of effective obesity-treating drug in Canada offers hope, but questions remain

Experts say they hope Wegovy – the brand-name version of the drug semaglutide – helps reduce the long-standing stigma faced by many people with the disease.
Ride for Powell River Action Centre Food Bank set for June

Ride for Powell River Action Centre Food Bank set for June

Organizer wants to raise funds and gather fellow motorcyclists for tour
Travel advisory: Canada warns of terrorist threat in Paris

Travel advisory: Canada warns of terrorist threat in Paris

Officials ask travellers be aware of their surroundings in public places before and after the Olympics.
B.C. doctor claims UBC medical school restricted his practice ability

B.C. doctor claims UBC medical school restricted his practice ability

Dr. Kante Easley practices medicine in Hazelton, a small northern B.C. community where he serves a mostly Indigenous population.
Project connects rural areas in qathet to high-speed internet

Project connects rural areas in qathet to high-speed internet

Boat and crew spotted at Westview Harbour today