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Eagle Riders motorcycle club supports local lifesaving groups with donations

Donations worth $3,000 each support Search and Rescue, Kidney Foundation

B.C. couple reunited with dog three years after disappearance

A purebred Pomeranian is back with his parents, likely after years in a puppy mill.

BC SPCA launches Wildlife-in-Focus Photography Contest

Enter the 10th annual photography contest by September

North Island College issues brief statement on bomb threat

Threat forced college to close all campuses for one day

Injured humpback whale spotted near Comox

Fresh gash on juvenile possibly caused by boat prop

Armstrong hosts B.C. 4H riders

PHOTOS: Horse trails at the Okanagan Stock Show

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Campbell River Canada Day Parade 2018
Rider descends Dogwood on shopping cart
Black Press Career Fair - Nanaimo (full)
Black Press Career Fair - Nanaimo (tease)

Conservation investigating video of kids feeding bears in B.C.

The Vancouver-area family were allegedly seen handing out food though an open window of a home

Anti-smoking protest giving woman the creeps

Dead snake, motor oil, rotting seafood among items left on rock where woman takes cigarette break

Seal pup rescued off B.C. coast is active and growing

Bazzite was found as an abandoned newborn on Vancouver Island

Vancouver Island man wins $500K in Lotto 6/49

And this isn’t the first time that Robert Scott, from Greater Victoria, has defied the odds

Youth organization hopes B.C. schools will incorporate its anti-porn curriculum

Designed by the Youth Well-Being Project, the curriculum was designed to encourage healthy sexuality

VIDEO: Cute bear cubs playing in pool

Orphaned brother and sister cared for at Critter Care facility

MARS Wildlife Rescue dealing with influx of fawns and kits

Thirteen young deer and nearly two dozen baby raccoons already at facility

  • Jul 3rd, 2018

Pigs crash yoga class in B.C.

First it was goats, now it’s pigs — you can get downward dog with the whole farm in Aldergrove

Rotary sells books by the bag

Annual sale benefits international relief efforts

Family raises money for B.C. man burned in campfire mishap

Harold Duncan-Williams suffered first, second and third degree burns when his shirt caught on fire