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Feds provide $10m funding for salmon enhancement projects around Island

First Nations and environmental groups are getting nearly 10 million dollars to restore salmon habitat around Vancouver Island. The funding comes through Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s Aquatic Ecosystems Restoration Fund. The largest chunk, 5 million, is going to the Nature Trust of BC to restore estuaries and fish habitat in...

Charges approved against six Island individuals in connection to drug trafficking

Six Vancouver Island residents are facing charges approved by the Public Prosecution Service of Canada relating to drug trafficking and criminal organizations. On Thursday, around two-dozen charges were approved against the residents. Court documents show Jeff Pasanen, Shawna Leblanc, Peter Billlie and Johnathan Clifford of the Comox Valley, Randal King...

Province encouraging preparedness ahead of forecasted rainfall, stormy weather

With a stormy weather system in the forecast between now and Dec. 7, the province is urging you to be prepared in case of flooding. A series of storms are forecast to culminate into a narrow band of heavy rain along B.C.’s west coast. The province says heavy to very...

New sub-hunter surveillance planes will replace Aurora fleet at 19 Wing Comox

The aging Aurora surveillance planes at 19 Wing in Comox are being replaced by new Boeing-made aircraft, the government announced today. The federal government has struck a 6 billion dollar deal with Boeing to purchase 16 P-8A Poseidon multi-mission aircraft. The same type of aircraft are in service with the...

Last day to vote on community-designed logo for museum

Today’s the last day to vote on a new logo for the qathet Museum and Archives in Powell River. There are two options left for people to choose from. One design is by Grant Hooper, which features images representing the region including First Nations art, a moon snail shell, a...

US rules duties on Canadian softwood will stand; feds and province fire back

There’s no relief coming after all for BC softwood lumber exporters, after the US International Trade Commission ruled today duties will stay in place. The trade commission published its decision today that revoking duties would be harmful to American lumber producers, who have complained for decades that Canada's Crown lands...
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