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Mount Washington to open with limited terrain on Friday

It looks like the ski season is about to get underway with a soft launch at Mount Washington at the end of the week. The ski resort announced today that the Whiskey Jack chair will be spinning from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This will give skiers and boarders access...

Health and Human Resources Strategy expands healthcare workforce, more actions to come

The province has expanded the healthcare workforce, which they say will increase patient access. This was part of the Health and Human Resources Strategy launched by the Province last year. Minister of Health Adrian Dix said the four key aspects of the plan are to retain, redesign, recruit and train. According to...

BC River Forecast Centre Warns of High Water Levels

The atmospheric river that brought heavy rain to the region beginning yesterday has prompted high water alerts from the River Forecast Centre. For Vancouver Island, a high stream flow advisory has been issued as river levels increase. There is no major flooding expected, but there is the possibility of minor flooding in...

Aaron Gunn nominated as North Island – Powell River Conservative candidate

The federal Conservatives say they have nominated their candidate for the North Island – Powell River riding. The party announced that Aaron Gunn will be running as a Conservative in the next federal election against current seat holder Rachel Blaney. The Campbell Riverite previously served in the Canadian Army Reserves and...

World’s Largest Hockey Stick to be removed from Cowichan Community Centre

The Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) has decided to sell the World's Largest Hockey Stick (WLHS) and puck. The CVRD says the stick has reached the end of its serviceable life and that its Douglas-fir structure have decayed to the point that it must be replaced or removed to ensure...

New plastic requirements will give better choices to BC residents 

The provincial government says they’re committed to pushing toward a cleaner economy by increasing action on reducing plastic pollution.  In July the province announced the Single-Use and Plastic Waste Prevention Regulation to limit the use of plastic in the production of shopping bags, disposable food service accessories, oxo-degradable plastics and...
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