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Island film orgs anticipating busy fall production season

Vancouver Island’s film industry is looking forward to a “great resurgence” this year, after the pandemic and last year’s writer strike. Island North Film Commission’s Brandon Lepine spoke to Port Hardy’s mayor and council this week to give an overview of what’s in store for the Island while 'Hollywood North'...

Local MP says NDP bill could support domestic violence victims

An NDP MP says a new bill could provide another tool for domestic violence victims. The bill, currently being studied by a committee, would put coercive behavior into the criminal code. The goal of the bill is to protect people who are victims of threats, humiliation, and isolation. North Island-Powell River MP...

Cost of living, public health, housing, key topics in 2024 BC Throne Speech

“Will we be a province where people are driven apart and left to face tough challenges alone? Or will we continue to be a place where people take care of each other and build a better future together? If we reject division and bring people together to solve problems,...

B.C.’s first electric flight training plane arrives on Vancouver Island

The province’s first all-electric training aircraft has arrived, and it aims to lay the groundwork for sustainable aviation in Canada, according to a flight school. The Velis Electro embarked on a three-month journey from production in Slovenia to its new home with Sealand Flight in Campbell River. It showed up...

Two new ministers appointed by B.C. Premier today

Two new ministers have been appointed by Premier David Eby. In an announcement this morning, Eby officially appointed Lisa Beare and George Chow as Minister of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills and Minister of Citizens’ Services respectively. Lisa is taking the role after former minister Selina Robinson stepped down following controversial...

Companies to be priced for large carbon emissions starting April

An update to provincial carbon pricing model hopes to lower emissions in BC. The province will be shifting to an output-based pricing system, which puts a price on emissions from industrial facilities emitting more than 10-thousand tonnes of carbon dioxide every year. The changes will include smaller facilities that were previously...
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