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Alberni Valley Bulldogs re-sign coaching staff

Kevin Willison and Adam Hayduk will be behind the bench with the BCHL's Bulldogs for another season.

No rain means no mushrooms

Buyer hasn’t purchased one chanterelle this year from area pickers

Warning issued over New Zealand invaders

New Zealand mud snails in a Port Alberni estuary could spread to other Vancouver Island rivers

MP hopes for best after death of Kim Jong Il

He likes to be optimistic, but James Lunney unsure of what succession will bring

Lunney puts trains on federal agenda

One of the top priorities for Nanaimo-Alberni MP James Lunney over the…

Election night: Myron Jespersen praises Green gains

The failure of Green Party leader Elizabeth May to get a seat at the televised leaders debates proved a turning point in the election campaign, said Nanaimo-Alberni candidate Myron Jespersen.

Mountain rescue under way near Parksville

A stranded hiker on a ledge above Cameron Lake on Vancouver Island has local search and rescue teams working to save him.

Election night: Liberal Renee Miller upbeat despite result

As the results began to roll in once the polls closed Monday night, Liberals gathered at Parksville's Quality Resort Bayside became more and more subdued — with one exception.

NDP’s Horgan thrives on balance

You don’t often see John Horgan’s name bandied about when people talk about the latest political lightning rod in B.C.

‘911, police, fire or ambulance?’

Lights are flashing on one of four computer screens she’s monitoring as the phone rings and a colleague urgently asks for her advice on an important matter and the radio blurts out a request for information.