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VicPD officers use vehicles as form of force against pedestrians and cyclists, documents say

VicPD officers use vehicles as form of force against pedestrians and cyclists, documents say

Police vehicles intentionally hit people on bikes, scooters or on foot, according to documents and reports on substantiated allegations against VicPD
First Nation to take over Casino Nanaimo

First Nation to take over Casino Nanaimo

Great Canadian’s board approved the sale to Petroglyph Development Group Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Snuneymuxw.
Victoria councillor should not be sanctioned for signing Palestine letter: investigator

Victoria councillor should not be sanctioned for signing Palestine letter: investigator

The report found Susan Kim breached one section of the City of Victoria’s code of conduct bylaw by failing to make it clear her social media views were her own, but says her actions were neither discriminatory nor disrespectful.
BC Wildfire crews respond to 30-hectare fire, north of Lillooet

BC Wildfire crews respond to 30-hectare fire, north of Lillooet

LILLOOET — The British Columbia Wildfire Service says its crews are responding to a 30-hectare wildfire billowing smoke over Highway 99 north of Lillooet.
B.C. Ombudsperson finds 'systemic mismanagement' in hiring at public service agency

B.C. Ombudsperson finds 'systemic mismanagement' in hiring at public service agency

VICTORIA — British Columbia's Public Service Agency breached its own policy against hiring government appointees dozens of times over a 10-year period, a report from the provincial Ombudsperson says.
Kamloops mayor files defamation suit against developer over alleged comments at nightclub

Kamloops mayor files defamation suit against developer over alleged comments at nightclub

This is the second defamation suit the mayor has filed.
Large quantity of drugs, cash seized at Port Hardy home

Large quantity of drugs, cash seized at Port Hardy home

Police say about 1.3 kilograms of drugs and more than $20,000 in cash was seized from a Port Hardy home.
Visitation 'down significantly' at Whistler Blackcomb last season

Visitation 'down significantly' at Whistler Blackcomb last season

Poor season hampers 2024-25 season pass sales: Vail Resorts
Sudden death at Oaklands Park leaves campers on edge

Sudden death at Oaklands Park leaves campers on edge

Victoria police say foul play is not suspected in the death of man on Sunday. The B.C. Coroners Service is investigating.
The Woodfibre LNG floatel is moored on site

The Woodfibre LNG floatel is moored on site

The Woodfibre LNG floatel was moved into position at the site of the future LNG export facility, seven kilometres from downtown Squamish, on Howe Sound on Friday, June 21.