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Good morning, Peak readers, here's today's forecast

Good morning, Peak readers, here's today's forecast

Photo feature of the day, current and upcoming temperature details, today in history and local gas prices
Rising housing costs boost health of rich, worsen health of poor, finds B.C. study

Rising housing costs boost health of rich, worsen health of poor, finds B.C. study

Review found that rising housing prices are linked to improved health for homeowners and higher-income people, and a decline in overall health for renters and low-income people.
Parks Canada defends $12M Sidney Island deer kill, ecological restoration

Parks Canada defends $12M Sidney Island deer kill, ecological restoration

On Wednesday, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation slammed the plan, calling it a waste of money
'I was stunned': B.C. Crown prosecutor describes courthouse attack

'I was stunned': B.C. Crown prosecutor describes courthouse attack

The Crown prosecutor was walking with a security guard when a man attacked her a block from Vancouver Provincial Court.
Retirement plan different than most for qathet couple

Retirement plan different than most for qathet couple

Region's mountains continue to attract hiking pair who go prepared
Don't shame me because I grieve for my cat

Don't shame me because I grieve for my cat

When an animal joins a family, they are knit into its fabric, but when they pass, they leave holes that need time to repair.
Powell River Otago Rugby Club to honour founding member

Powell River Otago Rugby Club to honour founding member

Celebration of life planned for Bob Flewelling
Gibsons' OceanFest won't go ahead in 2024

Gibsons' OceanFest won't go ahead in 2024

Organizers point to tight timelines for raising money and a volunteer base as the reason for the festival not proceeding. They still hope to hold an event next year.
In memory of Bandit

In memory of Bandit

A lovely, gentle dog and best friend
Hackers release corporate data stolen from London Drugs, company says

Hackers release corporate data stolen from London Drugs, company says

RICHMOND, B.C. — Retailer London Drugs says cybercriminals who stole files from its corporate head office last month have released some of the data after it refused to pay a ransom. The Richmond, B.C.