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Lawyers cites Charter of Rights after social media sites asked to refrain from what the city considers online personal attacks on its staff
Advocates on both sides seeking amendments to the laws governing how communities designate and deal with dangerous dogs
Too many cars on the road still being steered by distracted people behind the wheel
Lobby points to health, environment, traffic benefits while pushing hard for the cyclefication of Vancouver Island
Nineteen (or 20) experiences you may not have considered, right in your backyard
Since Trudeau’s election in November, the interest in marijuana dispensaries on Vancouver Island has ballooned
Commentary: Online reviews increasingly becoming the lifeblood of the hospitality industry
Vancouver Island social workers want to make sure legalized marijuana doesn't come with unintended consequences for children
Communities responding in different ways as entrepreneurs line up to take advantage of looming new pot laws
Vancouver Island communities want a review of the way Vancouver Island’s rail line is financed and managed.
North Island push to stop parking fees at new Courtenay and Campbell River hospitals fails to gain support
Bryce Casavant content with other employment options after refusal to shoot cubs thrust him into international spotlight
The province has declared an unprecedented state of emergency in response to an epidemic of drug related deaths so far this year
Local government endorses close look at Island Corridor Foundation while
Focus on VIU Part II: Vancouver Island First Nations finding welcome and opportunity at Vancouver Island University
Vancouver Island politicians urge province to close loophole that leaves elected officials without parental rights
There’s prosperity in diversity, or at least money to be made.
Rail service on Vancouver Island got the support of a majority of municipal politicians April 9 in Nanaimo.
Focus on VIU I: A look at how the international student program at Vancouver Island University is creating cultural and economic change
NANAIMO – Majority of AVICC attendees vote to urge federal government to release funding for track repairs.