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First B.C. dinosaur skull discovered near Tumbler Ridge

First B.C. dinosaur skull discovered near Tumbler Ridge

A Vancouver Island man discovered it while hiking in northeastern B.C.
Temporary closure of Highway 1 at McKenzie set for midnight Friday

Temporary closure of Highway 1 at McKenzie set for midnight Friday

Highway 1 will be closed between McKenzie and Helmcken between midnight and 5:30 a.m. Friday
SPOTTED: Deadpool poses infront of X-Mansion at Royal Roads University

SPOTTED: Deadpool poses infront of X-Mansion at Royal Roads University

Ryan Reynolds has begun filming the Deadpool’s sequel
Seeing the Light: What the Solstice Means For Your Garden

Seeing the Light: What the Solstice Means For Your Garden

Christin Geall
Teachers union launches e-book about residential schools

Teachers union launches e-book about residential schools

The book includes lesson plans, readings, background information
Environmentalist with B.C. ties fired in Alberta

Environmentalist with B.C. ties fired in Alberta

Tzeporah Berman has been let go from her position on Alberta’s Oil Sands Advisory Group
Central Saanich Police says no suspects in school break in

Central Saanich Police says no suspects in school break in

Anyone with information regarding the break in at Stelly’s Secondary on Thursday, June 15 is asked to come forward.
Saanich’s suspension of controversial bylaw finalized

Saanich’s suspension of controversial bylaw finalized

Council ratified the temporary suspension of the EDPA and excluded 29 properties from its application
19 youth have died from overdoses, B.C.’s top doctor tells parents

19 youth have died from overdoses, B.C.’s top doctor tells parents

Dr. Perry Kendall has penned a letter, as 19 youth have overdosed since 2016.
Celebrate the resiliance of refugees this weekend

Celebrate the resiliance of refugees this weekend

A number of World Refugee Day activities take place this weekend and on Tuesday, June 20.