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Volcano danger unknown because no one’s studying it: researchers

Vancouver Island and BC’s Lower Mainland are flanked by high-risk volcanoes few scientists are studying. A new study this month looks at how much magma is accumulating below volcanoes in the Pacific Northwest. Researchers found in most cases, even for very high-risk volcanoes including Mount Baker, there is little or...

District of Sechelt council offers formal apology to SCRD

The District of Sechelt’s council says they extend their deepest apologies to the SCRD, and its involved staff members, for the absence of a formal public apology from mayor John Henderson.  In an open letter sent today, council says they were made aware of a workplace incident involving Henderson and...

Sunshine Coast RCMP searching for missing Sechelt woman

Sunshine Coast RCMP are asking for assistance to locate a missing Sechelt woman.  Police say Tiffany Rain went missing on Nov. 24 and have several leads to make them believe she may have traveled to Vancouver.   She is described as a five-foot-four Indigenous female with long dyed red hair and...

Update: Nanaimo RCMP still searching for missing 21-year-old

Update from RCMP as of 2:14 pm on Nov. 30: 21-year-old Katrina Denmore has been located safe and sound at the intersection of South Forks Road and Nanaimo River Road. Nanaimo RCMP say they are still searching Mount Benson to find a 21-year-old woman who wandered away from a larger...

BC Ferries launches second Pacific Buffet survey

In June 10,000 people told BC ferries what they wanted to replace the former Pacific Buffet   Among the feedback were comments saying passengers wanted a new type of dining experience where they could enjoy artisan foods with a view.  Now the ferry provider is releasing a second survey to find...

Collective agreement between Unifor Local 466 and the SCRD ratified 

A collective agreement between the SCRD board and Unifor Local 466 Negotiating Committee has been successfully ratified and will be effective in the new year.  According to a media release, the agreement includes annual increases, better health benefits, a focus on recruitment and retention of staff, and a new scheduling...
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