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Nursing shortages plaguing North Island communities

Island Health says challenges with the pandemic and low nursing staff have contributed to temporary emergency department closures on Vancouver Island. Central and North Island clinical operations vice president James Hanson says staffing has always been a challenge in remote areas. He says this is because of a loss in...

BC’s Ex-Minister of Housing looks to become new Premier

The ex-Attorney General and Minister for Housing in BC is looking to possibly become the new Premier as he runs for leadership. David Eby stated one of his first priorities is housing. “I think it's up to the provincial government now to address the market failure to make that housing available...

Bay doors smashed, vehicles stolen from Nanaimo auto garage

Nanaimo RCMP say thieves smashed through bay doors, stealing two vehicles from a local auto garage early Tuesday morning. The incident happened at around 3:30 a.m. at the Nanaimo Midas off of Island Highway, according to Cst. Gary O'Brien of Nanaimo RCMP. O’Brien says it appears a rock was thrown through...

Arrest warrant out following sexual assault in Nanoose Bay

A break and enter and sexual assault in Nanoose Bay has lead to the arrest warrant for a 27-year-old man. Quinten Meyer was initially arrested by Oceanside RCMP on July 30th - when the offenses took place - but was released on bail and given a court date in September. The...

Sunshine Coast RCMP looking for stolen boat

Sunshine Coast RCMP are asking for help locating a stolen boat and trailer. It was taken from the Sunshine Coast Highway near Mills Road at around 5:30 pm, Sunday night. It's a 17.5-foot, blue, Bayliner from 2007 with a white, yellow, and red stripe down the side. The trailer is...

4.6 magnitude earthquake recorded off Vancouver Island’s west coast

There’s no risk of a tsunami after a 4.6 magnitude earthquake was recorded off Vancouver Island. Earthquakes Canada says the earthquake happened at around 12:39 a.m. Monday. The epicentre was at a depth of about 10 kilometres, and about 221 kilometres west-southwest of Campbell River or 142 kilometres south-southwest of Port...
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