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Two lead poisoning cases linked to herbal medicines: Fraser Health

Two lead poisoning cases linked to herbal medicines: Fraser Health

Those using doda, afeem or other Ayurvedic products are asked to monitor themselves for symptoms of lead poisoning
Photos: Over 8,000 people attended each day of Vancouver Island Musicfest

Photos: Over 8,000 people attended each day of Vancouver Island Musicfest

66 chances to see great music were scheduled over three days
'It's a shame': Artist reflects on vandalism done to sign at Royal Bay Beach

'It's a shame': Artist reflects on vandalism done to sign at Royal Bay Beach

In addition to the sign, an eagle was also damaged during the fire
Reinforcements from Down Under headed to B.C. to help wildfire effort

Reinforcements from Down Under headed to B.C. to help wildfire effort

Crews from Australia and New Zealand expected to arrive on Friday
Drag show uplifts Island's 'underrepresented' senior 2SLGBTQIA+ community

Drag show uplifts Island's 'underrepresented' senior 2SLGBTQIA+ community

Amica Jubilee House resident says July 16th fundraiser show could help like-minded seniors connect
B.C. university goes to court to halt pro-Palestinian campus protest camp

B.C. university goes to court to halt pro-Palestinian campus protest camp

Vancouver Island University files a notice of claim in B.C. Supreme Court, seeking an injunction
Former B.C. Green leader says Rustad is open-minded, like Horgan

Former B.C. Green leader says Rustad is open-minded, like Horgan

Andrew Weaver says Conservative Party of B.C. leader is a flexible listener he could work with
Canada pleads for political calming in wake of Trump shooting

Canada pleads for political calming in wake of Trump shooting

Leaders of all political stripes spoke out against inflammatory rhetoric
$9.9M Salt Spring land gift largest donation in Royal Roads history

$9.9M Salt Spring land gift largest donation in Royal Roads history

University will use gift from the estate of Susan Bagley Bloom to enhance learning and research opportunities
Vancouver Island First Nation announces it is near treaty completion

Vancouver Island First Nation announces it is near treaty completion

K'ómoks First Nation expects to initial a deal soon that will set up ratification process