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Investigation into fatal camper fire near Ucluelet continues

Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of a camper fire that killed a woman and two dogs near Ucluelet last month. Police were called to … Google Alert...

Tourist rescued after being sucked into rapids at Wally Creek near Tofino and Ucluelet

Ucluelet police are urging locals and visitors not to swim in Wally Creek after fast-moving rapids sucked a 36 year-old woman over a waterfall and into … Google Alert –...

Cool Fight with Jim the Pilot Flying into Tofino British Columbia #JimthePilot

Jim the Pilot Cool Fight with Jim the Pilot Flying into Tofino British Columbia #JimthePilot

Into the Swell: Making a 360 Surfing Experience

See what it takes to produce a 360-degree immersive virtual reality surfing experience. From being on set in Tofino, BC, to the edit suite, to behind the VR goggles,...

Tofino and Ucluelet choir sings into spring

Erin Linn McMullan. Special to the Westerly. Music has the power to lift our spirits as the memory of a long West Coast winter fades into sunshine. Google Alert...

Jamie's Rainforest Inn soon transforming into Hotel Zed

She added the Hotel Zed in Tofino will be unique and its features and … marketing to the types of guests that come to Tofino because of their interest...

Arrests made after truck crashes into unmarked police cars in Nanaimo

An RCMP operation near Nanaimo Wednesday morning resulted in a collision between a pickup truck and two unmarked police vehicles. The incident happened April 25 on Roberts Road close...

LGBTQ advocates turn Victoria SOGI protest into dance party

A group of protesters opposed to SOGI, the Sexual Orientation Gender Identity resource B.C. school districts are using to promote inclusion in classrooms, were outnumbered by LGBTQ advocates on...

$33 million in unpaid bridge tolls, 7 months into free crossings

When it comes to ponying up unpaid toll bills, it seems some B.C. drivers aren't planning to cross that bridge anytime soon. About $ 33 million is still owed...

Sharing truth with art at inquiry into missing, murdered Indigenous women

As survivors and loved ones of victims recount memories of loss, abuse and resilience during the final stretch of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and...