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BC Ferries to add menstrual products, washrooms, and signs

Menstrual supplies, all-gender washrooms, and more accessible signage will soon be available for BC Ferries customers. The Ferry-line has announced they have joined United Way BC’s period promise, a campaign that looks to improve access of menstrual products for those in need. Vice president of public affairs and marketing for BC...

‘There’s no better cause,’ Tour de rock rider  

Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock is returning the Vancouver Island, and one rider says he’s thrilled to get behind such a worthy cause.  The tour began in 1997 with one police officer who wanted to make a difference, and since the Canadian Cancer Society says it has grown into...

Coastal Fire Centre to ban Category 2 and 3 open fires Friday

Starting this Friday, most open fires will be prohibited on Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast. This comes from BC Wildfire Service, saying that the Coastal Fire Centre is prohibiting category 2 and 3 open fires to lower the risk of wildfires and to protect public safety. They say category 2...

BC Ferries to hold information session for Crofton terminal upgrades

This Wednesday BC Ferries is holding a public information session to discuss future work on the Crofton Ferry Terminal.  The session will touch on a few different aspects of the work, mainly berth upgrades to accommodate Island Class vessels for the Crofton-Vesuvius route in 2027. BC Ferries says they anticipate the...

We’re ready for summer, BC Ferries 

BC Ferries says they’re amping up their sailings to accommodate travellers for the peak season, but passengers should still plan in advance.  Last year BC Ferries says they saw more than 430,000 passengers and 170,000 vehicles travel from the mainland to the Sunshine Coast and Vancouver Island which promoted them...

Province signs off on return of significant land in Cowichan River Valley

 The province says returning a piece of land to local First Nations is a cause for celebration and a key reconciliation measure.   Indigenous leaders and the provincial government were in Lake Cowichan this weekend to sign an agreement the province calls a milestone that will enable the return of significant...
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