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While hundreds of B.C. residents massed in front of the provincial legislature Tuesday to protest service cuts to BC Ferries routes, inside the building, Transportation Minister Todd Stone was told the cuts could spell the end of Powell River's B.C...
Orca L-112, also sometimes known as Victoria or Sooke, swims with her mother. The young whale's body washed up at Long Beach, Wash., on Feb. 11, 2012. An investigation into the death of a baby killer whale that absolved Royal Canadian Navy exercises
A 44-year-old Vancouver Island man is facing charges of attempted murder after another man was severely beaten in Qualicum Beach on Friday. Photograph by: Courtesy , TripAdvisor.com A 44-year-old Vancouver Island man is facing charges of attempted
Ocean debris believed to be from Japan is posed for a photograph on Long Beach in Tofino, B.C., April, 18, 2012. Officials in British Columbia are welcoming news that the Japanese government may help pay for the disposal of tsunami debris washing up
A Red Scorpion associate has now been charged with two counts of trafficking after his arrest on Vancouver Island in January. Photograph by: Handout , Abbotsford Police Department A Red Scorpion associate has now been charged with two counts of
Ferries' Northern Expedition makes daytime sailings through the Inside Passage between Port Hardy and Prince Rupert. Photograph by: ian lindsay , Vancouver Sun Another day, another dismal report on the looming economic disaster that B.C. Ferries'
The aptly named Active Pass is a narrow passage separating Mayne Island and Galiano Island and a major route for BC Ferries linking Metro Vancouver to Vancouver Island and smaller Gulf Islands. Photograph by: Linda Bates , Vancouver Sun The tourism-
In British Columbia, only a 15-minute drive from West Kelowna, the tiny lakeside community of Peachland is an affordable alternative, with easy access to surrounding wineries, a lakeside promenade, and developments such as the massive golf-course
A significant dump of wet snow across much of B.C.'s South Coast is causing headaches for travellers, after flights were delayed at major airports in Vancouver and Victoria began to run out of deicing fluid. A spokeswoman for Vancouver International
When the Oak Bay Breakers junior girls basketball team beat their competition to become Vancouver Island champions Friday, the celebration was short-lived. Normally, winning first place on the Island would grant a team a berth in the provincial