Aviation enthusiasts young and old flocked to the B.C.
A doctor prescribes a poem instead of a pill, to a woman more depressed than critically ill, she responds in kind, only to find, freedom, friendship, and a calling to fill.
Victoria Police executed a search warrant Saturday morning in the hope of finding handguns and long guns in a North Park suite.
Here, in their entirety, are some of Bill Carere’s letters to the editor.
VICTORIA – B.C. pink salmon is now green after the fishery became the sixth in B.C. to receive Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification as being sustainably managed.
VICTORIA – As fire activity levels remain low in B.C., the Wildfire Management Branch continues to be able to deploy crews to Ontario.
As the residents of one Gulf Island reel from a slaying and massive manhunt this week, it is one year to the day today since celebrated painter and philanthropist Stefano Savioli was killed on another. Savioli, an Italian, was killed in his home on bucolic Cortes Island.
KAMLOOPS – The Province is encouraging all British Columbians to cheer on athletes competing in the Western Canada Summer Games.
NANAIMO – British Columbia’s Community Gaming Grant Review will make a stop in Nanaimo with a community forum scheduled for Friday, Aug. 12 at Vancouver Island University.
VANCOUVER – Beginning today, BC Liquor Store customers can help support Red Cross drought relief efforts in the Horn of Africa (which includes Somalia, Kenya, Djibouti, Ethiopia and Uganda) by making donations at any of the 197 BC Liquor Stores located in communities across British Columbia.