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Vancouver Island musician to play on Saturday Night Live this weekend

A musician from Vancouver Island is set to make an appearance on Saturday Night Live this weekend. Dan Boeckner, 44, grew up in Lake Cowichan and now finds himself playing keyboards and some guitar for Arcade Fire. His Saturday Night Live appearance with the band is part of a promo...

More police to be on roads during month of May

More police will be on the roads in May to do dangerous driving enforcement. RCMP say it’s High-Risk Driving Month in the province. They say around 114 die on B.C. roads every year because of high-risk driving. This includes around 18 people on Vancouver Island. May 21 is considered National Impaired...

Province orders investigation into prolific offenders

The B.C. government has hired two experts to investigate and write a report on the actions needed to deal with prolific offenders and random violent attacks. Provincial officials say British Columbia’s urban mayors’ caucus sent detailed information to the Attorney General and Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General about...

Province reports increase in surgeries completed

The B.C. government is reporting the most surgeries completed in a year in the province's history. According to the B.C. government,  337,560 scheduled and unscheduled surgeries were completed from April 2021 to March 2022,  21,284 more than the previous year. Provincial officials said they are catching up with surgeries that were postponed...

Province conducting emergency alert test tomorrow

The B.C. government will be testing the newly updated wireless alerting system tomorrow at 1:55 p.m. (Pacific time). Previously the alert system was only used for tsunami warnings and Amber Alerts, but it has been updated to include imminent threats from floods. Provincial officials said it will be updated again by...

Immigrant Welcome Centre celebrates 30 years

The Immigrant Welcome Centre, also known as the Multicultural & Immigrant Services Association (MISA) of North Vancouver Island is celebrating 30 years of promoting diversity. The organization was created in 1992 and provided English-language classes and held multicultural events. The association later started offering interpreting and settlement services. The centre has now...
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