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Vancouver Island mayor looking to bring Amazon headquarters to B.C.

New headquarters could bring up to 50,000 jobs and billions of dollars to the local economy

Famous elk back with new headgear on Vancouver Island

He’s sporting a tarp, an innertube, and windchimes now but he’s the same frisky fellow from last year.

Fall boating – extending the season takes a little more care

Boating in the fall offers colourful vistas, quiet anchorages and excellent fishing…

New Fort St. James Head Librarian has a vision

“We are limited only by our imagination,” says Library Board Chair Louise Evans-Salt

Man facing charges after road rage incident in North Vancouver
  • 11 hours ago


Trudeau on UN speech: Canada must 'walk the talk' on human rights


    Liberal MP heads to L.A. to ward off misinformed asylum seekers


      Slush storm reaches Kootenay Pass


        Volunteer with the Fort St. James Fire Department!

        The District needs more firefighters and here’s a story to inspire you to become a member

        Last Farmers’ Market of the season Sept. 15

        This Friday at Spirit Square from 11:00 to 4:00 - plus wish Jim a happy 80th birthday!

        First Green Party MLA to visit Fort St. James

        Sonia Furstenau, MLA for Cowichan Valley, takes time to meet with northern communities

        Love Fort St. James and win!

        Shop local campaign participants help economic development and take home draw prizes

        Mayor and Council take to the streets

        District of Fort St. James community leaders will “Walk to Talk” during the 3rd Annual Business Walk Sept 15

        Osprey rescued after falling out of nest in Cowichan Bay

        Young bird fell from nest

        • Sep 8th, 2017

        Buckerfields commits to “living wage” for employees

        Duncan-based company said it was the right thing to do

        Recall of tainted pineapple products expanded in BC

        The ongoing investigation into hepatitis A virus found in Western Family brand, or unbranded, products has been expanded.

        Fifty-plus cats surrendered to Victoria BC SPCA from single home

        It will cost tens of thousands to rehabilitate the animals

        Greyhound applies to cut all northern B.C. service

        Ride sharing and transit options blamed for lowering ridership in the past few years

        • Aug 30th, 2017