Clearer path to surgery needed for transgender people: UBC study

Authors recommend training more surgeons and doctors

Former camper claims sexual abuse at Cowichan River Bible Camp

Surrey pastor accused of sexual assault is former board member of Vancouver Island camp

Suspects in Nanaimo steal car, pirate costumes and a piece of cake

Incident happened between 1-6 a.m. on Oct. 10 at a basement suite in the 900 block of Howard Avenue

Canadian Food Inspection Agency issues recall for some B.C. oysters

CFIA issued the recall due to the potential presence of a marine biotoxin in the oysters.

Pot shops targeted despite looming legalization

Business licenses being pulled, yet no enforcement in Vernon

Port Alberni woman recovering after being stabbed by boyfriend

The woman sustained numerous stab wounds inside her home

  • Oct 17th, 2017
Opposition parties turn up heat on Morneau over financial holdings
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Victoria ranked #2 on Best Cities in the World list
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PM announces small business tax cut amid tax-reform uproar
  • 16 hours ago


115,000 rolls of toilet paper raised for the less fortunate


    Humpback whale washes up near Ucluelet

    A necropsy performed on the large mammal revealed it had a broken jaw, which indicates significant trauma.

    A mother recounts the torment of her daughter’s kidnapping

    “One Day Closer,” published by Simon and Schuster, goes beyond the inner turmoil of a mother’s despair

    Californians brace for emotional toll of wildfires

    “Many people who call are sad and worried, the shock has worn off and the sadness, depression and loss is setting in.”

    Shares of Bombardier soar following new deal

    Shares of Bombardier up more than 20 per cent after singing CSeries deal with Airbus

    B.C. man fights to prove he’s alive

    A Kamloops man has to prove he’s alive after bureaucratic error declares him dead

    Calgary mayor wins another term

    Incumbents take the day throughout Alberta in municipal elections

    Col. Hadfield encourages audacious ideas at CBT symposium

    Col. Chris Hadfield addressed delegates at the Kimberley Conference Athlete Training Centre.

    Calgary mayor’s race draws attention

    Calgary mayor’s race most high-profile in Alberta municipal elections

    Canadian horse ‘checks in’ to Kentucky motel

    A video is making the rounds of Canadian horse ‘checking in’ at a pet-friendly Kentucky motel

    Loblaws lays off 500 office workers

    Loblaw Companies has laid off 500 office workers in a cost-cutting drive

    First Nation to sue over tug that spilled 110,000 litres of diesel off B.C. coast

    Nathan E. Stewart hit the rocks near Bella Bella in October 2016

    • Oct 16th, 2017

    B.C. senior scammed out of $2,000

    A Kelowna family is warning others after a senior nearly lost his savings

    UPDATE: Life jacket saves man’s life in marine rescue

    A boat ran aground near Kelowna Sunday as a man was ejected from the boat in rough waters