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New health care card aims at fraud

New health care card aims at fraud

B.C. seeks ways to ease ferry fare hikes

B.C. seeks ways to ease ferry fare hikes

Accident response wasn’t slow, says Hydro

Accident response wasn’t slow, says Hydro

Arriving at an accident scene within 25 minutes is well under the normal standard for BC Hydro, according to hydro spokesperson who took umbrage with Wednesday’s story, “Rescuers stalled by BC Hydro.”
B.C. dam projects moving ahead

B.C. dam projects moving ahead

Simms sign is all about the creek

Simms sign is all about the creek

A new sign along the upgraded section of the Island Highway explains the significance of the Simms Creek watershed.

More than $300,000 for enhancement

Campbell River is receiving funding for projects that will benefit salmon and other wildlife.

Police and dog nab suspect

Police beat stories
Indian affairs minister looking forward to more work with 'willing partners'

Indian affairs minister looking forward to more work with 'willing partners'

Vancouver Island North Conservative MP John Duncan has retained his post as minister of aboriginal affairs and northern development, part of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's new federal ministry that promises greater security and stability for Canadians.

Board moves forward with two-hospital plan

The regional hospital board has reaffirmed its support for building two new hospitals to serve the North Island.
Restless Josie getting own provincial TV show

Restless Josie getting own provincial TV show

Restless Josie's (www.restlessjosie.com) wanderlust inspired adventure sports and travel show will air on British Columbia's CHEK TV (www.cheknews.ca) beginning this fall. Hosted and directed by Josie Boulding, a Campbell River-raised, Courtenay-based photographer and videographer, Restless Josie's first season includes 13 30-minute episodes shot on location in Canada.