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UPDATE: Power restored to 95% of customers on Vancouver Island, South Coast

---November 30--- 5:00 p.m. BC Hydro says power has been restored to 95 per cent of customers on Vancouver Island and the South Coast. They say small pockets on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands still do not have power, totalling about 1,500. They add all available crews are working to restore power...

Deceased Man Found in Vehicle on Hwy 18 Near Lake Cowichan

An investigation is underway into the death of a man discovered in a vehicle Tuesday afternoon along Highway-18 near Lake Cowichan. The Independent Investigations Office of BC is looking into the matter. At about 2:25 pm, the RCMP got a call reporting an armed robbery at a business north of Duncan...

More than 2,400 scrap tires collected from remote B.C. island

Tire marks on a remote coastal island are now removed, and the rubber is being recycled on the mainland. The announcement from Ocean Legacy Foundation says the 2,409 tires were collected from the east coast of Nelson Island. As part of the Clean Coast, Clean Waters Initiative, a 33-person team...

Muncipal Forest Management Options Available for Public Scrutiny Today

The public will have an opportunity today to examine four management options proposed for North Cowichan's Municipal Forest Reserve. A public information session is being held starting at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the Maple Bay Fire Hall. There will be presentations at 3:30 pm and 6:00 pm, as well as display boards to view information. North...

Slippery Conditions Create Headaches for Drivers and Force VIU to Cancel Evening Classes

As snow descended on Vancouver Island throughout Tuesday afternoon, conditions deteriorated rapidly and drivers were forced to slow to a crawl as snow and slush made roads treacherous. The slippery conditions made it difficult for many vehicles to climb steep hills, and caused minor accidents. Highway-1 southbound was impassable for a...

BC Ferries cancels multiple Vancouver Island to mainland sailings

BC Ferries has cancelled multiple sailings between Vancouver Island and the mainland this afternoon amid adverse weather conditions. Sailings between Duke Point and Tsawwassen have been cancelled between 3:15 p.m. and 10:45 p.m. Boats heading to and from Departure Bay have also been cancelled from 3:20 p.m. until 10:10 p.m. The 3:25...
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