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Earthquake Hits Just West of Tofino Saturday Morning

An earthquake early this morning just out ocean from Vancouver Island. The United States Geological Survey says it happened at 8:10 am, 194 kilometers west of Tofino. They've measured the magnitude at 4.0 on the Richter scale - which is on the border of small and moderate in severity. It's estimated to...

Sensors to be Installed to Provide Early Warnings During Earthqakes

A network of early warning sensors will be installed in BC to alert people when an earthquake is underway. Their purpose is to warn people before the most powerful seismic waves arrive at coastal communities, providing a few seconds to take action that can help reduce injuries and death, and...

Low Temperatures Increase Risk of Slippery Conditions and Accidents

The cold weather expected this weekend is prompting a warning to be care and cautious while driving. Starting tonight, temperatures will dip to 5 to 10 degrees below normal. Trace Acres of the Shift into Winter campaign says colder temperatures are a test for drivers on Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast. According...

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh Visits Duncan to Talk Healthcare

The leader of the New Democratic Party's (NDP) federal branch made a stop in the Cowichan Valley this morning. It was another in a series of stops made on Vancouver Island in the last few days. Jagmeet Singh, along with Cowichan-Malahat-Langford Member of Parliament, Alistair MacGregor, stopped at the Cowichan...

Vancouver Island Musicfest looking strong for 2023 and forward

Despite challenges following the comeback from the pandemic, the song appears to remain the same for Vancouver Island Musicfest. The prediction comes following news from the Vancouver Folk Music Festival, which announced the cancellation of its 2023 show and the potential dissolution of the society. “I can tell you that we...

A bump up in Cougar sightings is expected for the Spring on Vancouver Island

As spring is on its way, expect some more cougar sightings in Vancouver Island in the next few months. Sergeant Mike Newton of the Conservation Office for North Island Zone, says that while there aren’t many sightings at the moment, that’s expected to change soon. “Historically we know, as soon as...
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