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Witnesses report pea-sized hail as storm hits parts of B.C.'s south coast

Witnesses report pea-sized hail as storm hits parts of B.C.'s south coast

WHITE ROCK, B.C. — Environment Canada said storms tracking over British Columbia's south coast on Saturday brought hail to the region, with one witness reporting pellets the size of large peas blanketing his local streets.
Environment Canada issues rainfall warnings for parts of northeastern B.C.

Environment Canada issues rainfall warnings for parts of northeastern B.C.

FORT NELSON, B.C. — Parts of northeastern British Columbia are under rainfall warnings as a narrow band of intense storms moves through the area.
South Island could be in most quake-prone part of the Pacific coast: study

South Island could be in most quake-prone part of the Pacific coast: study

A new study has found the section of the Cascadia Subduction Zone that includes the south Island and Washington state could be the most susceptible to a major earthquake
Langford man convicted of sexually assaulting employee wins new trial

Langford man convicted of sexually assaulting employee wins new trial

Kyle Christopher Mostowy was found guilty five years ago of sexual assault in connection with incidents in 2014 involving a female employee
'Desperately needed' new $47M RCMP detachment opens in North Cowichan

'Desperately needed' new $47M RCMP detachment opens in North Cowichan

“The old building was well past its best-before date,” says North Cowichan Mayor Rob Douglas.
Victoria pulls cash from its financial reserve to help its most vulnerable citizens

Victoria pulls cash from its financial reserve to help its most vulnerable citizens

VICTORIA — Victoria Mayor Marianne Alto says city council wants to prevent some of the issues faced by its most vulnerable citizens, rather than simply dealing with the aftermath, even if it means stepping outside of what's normally seen as a local g
Environment Canada warns of snow for B.C.'s major Interior mountain passes

Environment Canada warns of snow for B.C.'s major Interior mountain passes

VANCOUVER — Environment Canada is warning motorists of possible snow at mountain passes on a number of major highways across British Columbia's Interior. The agency says a weather system will bring a cool air mass to the B.C.
Two new physicians recruited for Port Hardy, but ER remains closed overnight

Two new physicians recruited for Port Hardy, but ER remains closed overnight

The two were posted to the town as part of a program where physicians agree to serve in rural and remote communities during their first few years of practice in B.C.
Naturalists from qathet track abundance of wildlife on island

Naturalists from qathet track abundance of wildlife on island

Unique climate and remote location a perfect place for nesting birds
Anticipation grows for return of PRISMA

Anticipation grows for return of PRISMA

Musicians and audiences invited to experience something ‘bigger than yourself’