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New-era naval ship arrives at CFB Esquimalt on Monday

New-era naval ship arrives at CFB Esquimalt on Monday

HMCS Max Bernays left Halifax on March 11, made its way through the Panama Canal and is now heading north from San Francisco for arrival at CFB Esquimalt on Monday about 10:30 a.m.
Cougar sighted in Saanich backyard near Marigold Park

Cougar sighted in Saanich backyard near Marigold Park

No reports of further sightings on Saturday.
Vancouver Police investigating after body of 24-year-old found Friday

Vancouver Police investigating after body of 24-year-old found Friday

Vancouver police say they're investigating a suspected overnight homicide in the city's south end. Police say they were called to a report of gun shots around 11 p.m. Friday at the intersection of East 55th Avenue and Main Street.
Victoria temple planned for Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Victoria temple planned for Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

The design, location and construction timeline for the temple, which would be the second in B.C., have yet to be determined
$12.9M for rural infrastructure projects on Vancouver Island

$12.9M for rural infrastructure projects on Vancouver Island

The province is funding the projects through its $66-million rural economic diversification and infrastructure program
Man faces two murder charges after shooting at remote B.C. First Nation

Man faces two murder charges after shooting at remote B.C. First Nation

TSAY KEH DENE, B.C. — Police say a man has been charged with two counts of second-degree murder in connection with fatal shootings in a northern B.C. First Nation community this week.
RCMP in B.C. warn of fake Taylor Swift concert tickets being sold online

RCMP in B.C. warn of fake Taylor Swift concert tickets being sold online

Those who fell victim told police they sent the money to the supposed seller for Swift tickets but received nothing back. 
Saskatchewan teachers to go back into bargaining with province following dispute

Saskatchewan teachers to go back into bargaining with province following dispute

REGINA — Saskatchewan teachers are returning to the bargaining table and ending job action that had threatened to upend extracurricular activities, including graduation ceremonies.
Not guilty plea possible in Vancouver's first homicide of 2024

Not guilty plea possible in Vancouver's first homicide of 2024

Alexander Lo's body was found Jan. 28 in a home near Vancouver’s Knight Street and East 33rd Avenue.
Sign up for the Terry Fox Run today, see your money matched

Sign up for the Terry Fox Run today, see your money matched

Community runs in memory of Port Coquitlam hero Terry Fox take place on Sunday, Sept. 15, 2024, around the country. Donations and fundraising will be matched on April 12 by PharmaChoice Canada.