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After 67 years, the Vegas Tropicana being torn down for a ball field

After 67 years, the Vegas Tropicana being torn down for a ball field

Strip’s third-oldest casino will be chained shut at noon Tuesday, demolition slated for October
B.C. father and son chasing total solar eclipse to Texas

B.C. father and son chasing total solar eclipse to Texas

Steve and Connor Hickton took the same UVic astronomy course 20 years apart
Eclipse expected to create largest Niagara Falls tourist influx ever

Eclipse expected to create largest Niagara Falls tourist influx ever

Mayor says about 1 million visitors could be there April 8 to experience total solar eclipse
QUIZ: A celebration of Easter

QUIZ: A celebration of Easter

The Easter weekend is a celebration of spring and an important observance in the Christian faith
Cocoa prices spike, farmers struggle, Easter treat expected for Big Chocolate

Cocoa prices spike, farmers struggle, Easter treat expected for Big Chocolate

Climate change wreaking havoc on producers but that’s not expected to hurt chocolate marketplace
Hope’s Othello Tunnels to partially reopen in July

Hope’s Othello Tunnels to partially reopen in July

Atmospheric river damage to be repaired at 30 sites in Coquihalla Canyon Park
Good Friday, 1964: remembering when the tsunami slammed Port Alberni

Good Friday, 1964: remembering when the tsunami slammed Port Alberni

‘We could see houses and garages and stuff going down the river, there were boats up on the road’
Acclaimed carver drafts culture-bridging welcome sign for Ladysmith

Acclaimed carver drafts culture-bridging welcome sign for Ladysmith

John Marston’s work marks the road to reconciliation in Island community
Trolls are trolls, foreign or domestic says B.C. internet safety specialist

Trolls are trolls, foreign or domestic says B.C. internet safety specialist

Checking account histories, establishing forum guidelines can help
Retired Canadian military chief finds peace on Vancouver Island

Retired Canadian military chief finds peace on Vancouver Island

Former four-star general Raymond Henault moves from top gun to tranquil skies