BC Ferries unveils new Coast Salish hull wrap

The ship will enter service at the end of June

BC Ferries’ Salish Eagle vessel is almost ready for action with a new hull wrap by Stz’uminus First Nation artist John Marston.

Marston’s depiction of red eagles adorning the hull of the new vessel represents the strength and respect the eagle carries in First Nations culture, the corporation said in a release.

The Salish Eagle will enter operation for the Tsawwassen – Southern Gulf Islands route at the end of June.

Just Posted

Strike could start Monday for handyDart

BC Transit warns users to find alternate transportation

High-end whisky seized in B.C. bar raids

Raids end in seizures at Victoria, Nanaimo and Vancouver whisky joints

Man hospitalized after early morning Sooke Road crash

Police say injuries are non life-threatening

Premier John Horgan announces improvements to Highway 14

Construction on the $10 million project is set to begin immediately

End stigma to celebrate Alzheimer Awareness Month

Provincial society offers resources for those living with dementia

RCMP nail sex toy thief

Shop owner plays a role in arrest

Ice-cream-eating bear draws controversy

An Alberta Wildlife Park posted a video this week of one of their bears going through a Dairy Queen drive-through

LETTER: The sewage spiral continues in Greater Victoria

My left brain has been trying to digest the news and comments… Continue reading

Fernie, RCMP go to court over city log books in fatal ammonia leak probe

Log books center stage in clashing of investigations between the city and RCMP

Renowned Comox Valley sasquatch researcher passes away

A renowned biologist and leading Canadian sasquatch researcher who called the Comox… Continue reading

B.C.’s biggest pot plant planned for Oliver

Co-founder Tony Holler said the 700,000 sq. ft. facility would produce 100,000 kg of pot per year

Train derails in Northwest B.C.

CN reports no injuries or dangerous goods involved after coal train derailment.

Double-doubles and demonstrations: Employees rally outside Tim Hortons

Protests held in response to Ontario franchise owners cutting employee benefits and breaks

Most Read