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Another child support clawback ends

Another child support clawback ends

Spousal child support payments no longer count as income for those applying for low-income child care subsidies in B.C.
Fish farm culled 15 sea lions near Tofino

Fish farm culled 15 sea lions near Tofino

Clayoquot Action calls Cermaq’s December cull a “massacre.”
Whale’s best friend thanks rescue team in Tofino

Whale’s best friend thanks rescue team in Tofino

Chester was just a baby when he was rescued near Tofino in 2014 and has since made a home at the Vancouver Aquarium.
Ucluelet declines Communities in Bloom invitation

Ucluelet declines Communities in Bloom invitation

Ukee doesn’t need to compare itself to other communities to feel beautiful.

ICF responds to RDN's withdrawal from passenger rail funding

Comment from ICF board chair may indicate passenger rail service north of Nanaimo no longer in the cards
Vancouver Island man facing Colorado sex assault charges released

Vancouver Island man facing Colorado sex assault charges released

Man accused of sexually assaulting a 27-year-woman whom he met at a bar
Vancouver Island trail and rail plans running on parallel tracks

Vancouver Island trail and rail plans running on parallel tracks

Handful of trails growing along rail corridor, officials see possibilities piggybacking trail users and train riders
B.C. minimum wage to get boost

B.C. minimum wage to get boost

Last increase was 20 cents to $10.45, and Premier Christy Clark's government has decided inflation formula isn't enough
Derailed? A detailed look at the state of Vancouver Island rail service

Derailed? A detailed look at the state of Vancouver Island rail service

Observers wondering if a recent series of setbacks could mean the end of the line for the E&N railway
B.C. casinos track cheques traded for cash

B.C. casinos track cheques traded for cash

Man arrested at Chilliwack had thousands in cash and casino cheques, civil forfeiture office going to court to confiscate it