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Local government endorses close look at Island Corridor Foundation while
Vancouver Island politicians urge province to close loophole that leaves elected officials without parental rights
Focus on VIU Part II: Vancouver Island First Nations finding welcome and opportunity at Vancouver Island University
Rail service on Vancouver Island got the support of a majority of municipal politicians on Sunday.
NANAIMO – Majority of AVICC attendees vote to urge federal government to release funding for track repairs.
Provincial government officials say snow levels in the mountains are almost exactly where they should be
Passenger rail returns to the Island in the form of a classic locomotive pulling four heritage rail cars
Handful of trails growing along rail corridor, officials see possibilities piggybacking trail users and train riders
Observers wondering if a recent series of setbacks could mean the end of the line for the E&N railway
Perseverance and the the ability to unload feelings in a non-judgmental environment key to the healing of close friends and family
Outside of lift activity, government leaves individual resorts alone to set and enforce their own safety standards
First Nations and non-First Nations hunters praising government management plan that has herds at highest population in a generation
Authorities will have to decide if service should be provided at St. Joseph's Comox and other faith-based hospitals
Firm says no deal in place with Alaskan applicant, existing Mt. Hayes plant near Nanaimo Airport not suitable for export proposal.
Communities often named after explorers or because of pre-colonial characteristics
Nanaimo RCMP officer says he suffered irreparable harm from the force's statements and actions in the wake of 2007 Taser death
One woman's conservation dream preserved in Clayoquot Sound through donation to Nature Conservancy of Canada
Vancouver Island University only institution in the country to dedicate full-time staffer to connecting poorer families to learning bond.
Outdoor blogger lists 17 waterfalls worth a family-friendly walk in the woods on the central east coast of Vancouver Island
Vancouver Island man to act as lead plaintiff in case against the makers of Cold-Fx