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UPDATE: Power restored to 95% of customers on Vancouver Island, South Coast

---November 30--- 5:00 p.m. BC Hydro says power has been restored to 95 per cent of customers on Vancouver Island and the South Coast. They say small pockets on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands still do not have power, totalling about 1,500. They add all available crews are working to restore power...

More than 2,400 scrap tires collected from remote B.C. island

Tire marks on a remote coastal island are now removed, and the rubber is being recycled on the mainland. The announcement from Ocean Legacy Foundation says the 2,409 tires were collected from the east coast of Nelson Island. As part of the Clean Coast, Clean Waters Initiative, a 33-person team...

Port Hardy Hospital emergency department closed for the day

Island Health says the emergency department at Port Hardy hospital will be closed until at least 7 p.m. today. A staffing shortage at the department means the department will be closed. The health authority asks you to either call 911 or go to the Port McNeill Hospital emergency department if...

BC Ferries cancels multiple Vancouver Island to mainland sailings

BC Ferries has cancelled multiple sailings between Vancouver Island and the mainland this afternoon amid adverse weather conditions. Sailings between Duke Point and Tsawwassen have been cancelled between 3:15 p.m. and 10:45 p.m. Boats heading to and from Departure Bay have also been cancelled from 3:20 p.m. until 10:10 p.m. The 3:25...

UPDATE: Power restored to more than 1,000 on North Vancouver Island

---12:30 p.m.--- BC Hydro says power has been restored to customers on the North Island. ---12 p.m.--- Over 1,000 people are without power on the North Island as a snowfall warning is in effect. BC Hydro is reporting 1,135 customers in the Municipality of Port Hardy have been without power since 10:18 a.m. They...

Be prepared for driving in the first snowfall of the season

"On average on Vancouver Island, crashes due to not driving to road conditions increase by 52 per cent when comparing October to December." So says ICBC Road Safety and Community Coordinator Caroline Robinson as a warning in the lead-up to the first snowfall of the season. We're expecting 10 to 25...
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