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Stiffer penalties for online hate crimes raising civil liberties red flags

Stiffer penalties for online hate crimes raising civil liberties red flags

Advocates concerned new online harms bill may chill free speech, undermine fairness
B.C. man with prosthetic leg rushes in to save neighbour from burning trailer

B.C. man with prosthetic leg rushes in to save neighbour from burning trailer

Stacy Duchscherer: ’Her face was burned, her hair was all singed’
Multi-Grammy winners Fleck, Lanois added to Vancouver Island MusicFest lineup

Multi-Grammy winners Fleck, Lanois added to Vancouver Island MusicFest lineup

Wounded Warrior Run making tracks down Vancouver Island

Wounded Warrior Run making tracks down Vancouver Island

Event raises awareness, funds for veterans and first responders experiencing injury and trauma
Public warned after reports of men stopping, trying to get into cars in Maple Bay

Public warned after reports of men stopping, trying to get into cars in Maple Bay

Police investigating
Warrants out for Nanaimo man who allegedly punched and bear-sprayed woman

Warrants out for Nanaimo man who allegedly punched and bear-sprayed woman

Nanaimo RCMP searching for 38-year-old suspect
Revelstoke snowmobile guide saves rider’s life

Revelstoke snowmobile guide saves rider’s life

The snowmobile rider was blue after being buried under more than a meter of snow
THE MOJ: Zombie fire of Elias Pettersson threatens to flare up at any time

THE MOJ: Zombie fire of Elias Pettersson threatens to flare up at any time

The Canucks and EP40 may want his contract to be a non-story, but the reality is, it’s never far away
March should be cool in B.C., Canada should expect warm but moody spring

March should be cool in B.C., Canada should expect warm but moody spring

Weather Network forecasts mostly pleasant conditions for Canada, but with notable variations
B.C. business leader calls for ‘balance’ after government raises minimum wage

B.C. business leader calls for ‘balance’ after government raises minimum wage

BC Chamber of Commerce’s Fiona Famulak worries about rising costs, while union leader praises hike