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Sunshine Coast Missing Person: Bryson West

Sunshine Coast RCMP are looking for 30-year-old Bryson West. He's described as 5-foot-8 of medium build with blond hair and blue eyes. He was last seen on Saturday at 4 pm. He was in the 800 Block of Kiwanis Way in Gibsons - wearing a black jacket and blue pants. If...

Nanaimo brewery raises $20k for cancer support group

A local Nanaimo brewery raised $20k for a cancer support group, and plans to do it again later this year. Wolf Brewing Company joined together with Man Up To Cancer on January 18th to hand over the check. Last September, they hold a forum as well as a silent auction....

Province launches K-12 anti-racism action plan

The B.C. government has launched a new tool to take action against racism and discrimination in our province’s schools. As part of the new K-12 anti-racism action plan, teachers will have access to training opportunities so they can build a more inclusive and equitable learning environment. “We know that Indigenous, Black...

Nanaimo RCMP seek more info about Port Place fatal stabbing

Nanaimo RCMP are looking for more info from the public about a fatal stabbing over the weekend. Yesterday, at around 7pm, EHS, fire, and police responded to a report of an individual who walked into the Port Place Mall with a stab wound. The individual was given first aid by witnesses...

Vancouver Canucks announce new head coach

The Vancouver Canucks have announced multiple changes to their coaching staff on Sunday. Bruce Boudreau, the Head Coach of the team, and Trent Cull, the Assistant Coach have both been relieved of their duties, with Rick Tocchet filling in as the new head coach. Adam Foote will take on the role...

Courtenay hockey player celebrating gold medal win at U18 Women’s World Champs

A little over a year after dreaming about playing for Team Canada on the world stage, a Vancouver Island hockey player found herself winning gold overseas. Growing up in the Comox Valley, now in school at Shawnigan Lake, Morgan Jackson almost could not believe that she had been selected for...
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