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Cullen endorses Jagmeet Singh to lead federal NDP party

Cullen endorses Jagmeet Singh to lead federal NDP party

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen supports Singh’s “progressive vision”
Bat signals

Bat signals

Ultrasonic recordings suggest Gwaii Haanas has more bat species than previously thought
B.C. plane hit by lightning, forced to perform emergency landing in Vancouver

B.C. plane hit by lightning, forced to perform emergency landing in Vancouver

A Coastal Pacific Airlines flight from Comox Valley to Vancouver was struck mid-flight
HaiCo to open west coast eco-cultural lodge

HaiCo to open west coast eco-cultural lodge

Ocean House at Peel Inlet/Stads K’uns G̱awG̱a to open in May 2018
NWCC decides on new name

NWCC decides on new name

With few more approvals, the northwest college plans to officially request the name change this fall
442 Squadron medevacs cruise ship crew member

442 Squadron medevacs cruise ship crew member

At-sea rescue conducted Sunday afternoon
UPDATE: City of Campbell River follows Coastal Fire Centre in rescinding campfire ban

UPDATE: City of Campbell River follows Coastal Fire Centre in rescinding campfire ban

Some parts of southern Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands are still pretty dry though
Port Clements faces costly decision on Rainbow Wharf

Port Clements faces costly decision on Rainbow Wharf

Port Clements council could sure use a pot of gold at the end of Rainbow Wharf.
The Happy Clam — Sept. 15, 2017

The Happy Clam — Sept. 15, 2017

By Marcus Alexander

Charlotte Views: Teaching is a two-way street

Last week the staff and students at GidG̱alang Ḵuuyas Naay Secondary met to help kick off the next stage in a years long process to develop a more responsive, individualized, and relevant program for every student at the high school. A year ago a weekly block in the timetable was added, meant to provide individual support to students (called Academic Intervention, or AI).