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Coastal Renaissance won’t be sailing over the holidays: BC Ferries

Coastal Renaissance won’t be sailing over the holidays: BC Ferries

BC Ferries rejigs vessels sailing to and from Victoria over the holidays
North Island-Powell River MP votes in favour of Ukraine Free Trade agreement

North Island-Powell River MP votes in favour of Ukraine Free Trade agreement

Blaney was inspired by local actions to support Ukraine
Pilot dies following small aircraft crash in East Kootenay

Pilot dies following small aircraft crash in East Kootenay

Aircraft went down in wooded area near Brisco, B.C.
Koel’s Notes: Request from hospital, Gate House, crime, and more

Koel’s Notes: Request from hospital, Gate House, crime, and more

Drug enforcement was one of council’s top three priorities for the RCMP’s budget year
RCMP charge Sooke man with breaking dog’s jaw, lying about attack

RCMP charge Sooke man with breaking dog’s jaw, lying about attack

Derek Reid, 32, will appear in court on Jan. 4
Port Hardy mayor and council advocate for bigger post office, more workers

Port Hardy mayor and council advocate for bigger post office, more workers

Funding will help First Nations community tackle plastic waste

Funding will help First Nations community tackle plastic waste

The BC New Democrat government is providing more than $1.3 million to eight Indigenous-led projects
The Village Mole: Anonymous letters continue to plague Harrison leadership

The Village Mole: Anonymous letters continue to plague Harrison leadership

Harrison mayor Ed Wood condemns ‘political attack’ about his past
Knife wielding suspect sought in October gas station robbery

Knife wielding suspect sought in October gas station robbery

‘The Port Hardy RCMP is working on following up on all leads’
Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nations sign agreement on jurisdiction pathway

Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nations sign agreement on jurisdiction pathway

The agreement is an important step on the Nations’ journey to take back jurisdiction