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Video of the animal was captured by Hans Nilsson.
Music magazine sends correspondent to Capital Region as part of their new video series, “The Scene.”
Government says this will open door for tens of thousands of people to upgrade their skills and save money.
A number of communities broke records on Wednesday as this summer continues to heat up.
Black Press reporters Arnold Lim and Ragnar Haagen experience being left in a hot car for one hour.
The haze in the sky is from the more than 100 wildfires burning throughout the province.
The video was shot in Waterton Lakes National Park in Southern Alberta, just north of the Canadian border with Montana.
The company has added Collection Points to Nanaimo and Victoria, allowing you to shop online and ship for $79.
A 14-year-old girl from Stz’uminus is dead after the pickup truck she was riding in hit a ditch and rolled Sunday evening.
Environment Canada is expecting a heat wave this week with temperatures forecasted to reach into the mid-30’s.
Island Health has launched an investigation into Ciara Early Childhood Centre after video showed children fighting while supervisors watch.
It offers panoramic views of the ocean and will be available to bidders with no reserve limit on Aug. 15
Conditions expected to remain hot and dry through weekend with strong chance of more lightning.
CNN travel has included YYJ on its list of top 10 airports due to efficiency and ease of use.
He will be discussing BC wildfires, softwood lumber and the ongoing opioid crisis with officials.
More people allowed back into their homes, but threat to leave remains high and depends on weather.
NDP’s 22-member cabinet includes minister of mental health
The 20th annual event takes place Aug. 27 at Ravenhill Farm on the Saanich Peninsula.
They will be performing August 26 and 27 at Topaz Park and on the grounds of Royal Roads University.
A large product recall at the Victoria facility has led to more stringent safety measures.