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Part of Campbell River history to be dismantled

Visitors to Elk Falls soon won’t see the iconic 1940s-era wooden pipes near the John Hart Dam.

Millennials struggle with perfectionism: study

Parents and social media are being blamed for a rise in the pursuit of perfectionism, with millennials chasing it the most.

Coast Guard practises search skills

The Coast Guard and partner rescue agencies were training off Ogden Point Thursday.

Is curling dying on the South Island?

The sudden closure of the Juan de Fuca Curling Centre is putting the future of the sport on thin ice in Greater Victoria.

Goodbye Vic West, hello Esquimalt East?

The mayor of Esquimalt is floating the age-old idea of annexing Vic West into Esquimalt. But the mayor of Victoria isn’t having it.

Man critically injured in avalanche

A man was airlifted to hospital after getting caught in an avalanche at Silver Star Mountain Resort on Wednesday.

Luxury home with unusual past up for auction

A Fraser Valley homeowner is putting their unusual house - a converted train substation - up for auction.

'Distracted' driver wins cellphone court case

A Vancouver man recently got his distracted driving conviction overturned when a B.C. court decided what he did didn't necessarily qualify.

No foul play suspected in Langford disappearance

Despite the claims of his family, West Shore RCMP say it is unlikely that foul play was involved in the disappearance of Joshua Bennett.

Spring is here and it's hot

Vancouver Island's record-setting heat wave continues this week as temperatures top 20 degrees in Victoria.