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UPDATE: Power restored to more than 1,000 on North Vancouver Island

---12:30 p.m.--- BC Hydro says power has been restored to customers on the North Island. ---12 p.m.--- Over 1,000 people are without power on the North Island as a snowfall warning is in effect. BC Hydro is reporting 1,135 customers in the Municipality of Port Hardy have been without power since 10:18 a.m. They...

Be prepared for driving in the first snowfall of the season

"On average on Vancouver Island, crashes due to not driving to road conditions increase by 52 per cent when comparing October to December." So says ICBC Road Safety and Community Coordinator Caroline Robinson as a warning in the lead-up to the first snowfall of the season. We're expecting 10 to 25...

New medical school coming to Simon Fraser University

For the first time in 55 years, a new medical school will be opening in Western Canada. Provincial officials said the school will open on the Simon Fraser University (SFU) Surrey campus and will help increase the number of doctors in the workforce. “While we have made enormous progress to strengthen...

New PacifiCan offices open on Vancouver Island, funding announced

The minister of international development Harjit Sajjan has announced the official opening of new Pacific Economic Development Agency of Canada (PacifiCan) offices in Victoria and Campbell River. PacifiCan is a new federal agency that works with partners who are building businesses, creating jobs, and supporting growth throughout B.C. The offices are...

UPDATE: Plane crash victims’ bodies with BC Coroners Service

---November 28--- RCMP say the bodies of a pilot and two passengers are with the BC Coroners Service after being located over the weekend from a plane that crashed north of Port Hardy. In an update Monday, RCMP say the dive team found the bodies on Saturday. The pilot and two...

No warnings issued after Island earthquake yesterday

You weren't imagining something if you felt the earth move under you just after dinner time last night. A 4.8 magnitude earthquake hit the west coast of the island near Tofino at 7:50 pm. Earthquakes Canada says they haven't received any reports of damage, but people have reported to them that...
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