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'It was absolutely magical': Woman spots pod of orcas while hiking

'It was absolutely magical': Woman spots pod of orcas while hiking

A woman and her father were hiking on a popular Vancouver Island trail when they spotted a group of killer whales in the water.
Number of British Columbians monitored for COVID-19 rises to seven-week high

Number of British Columbians monitored for COVID-19 rises to seven-week high

Seven more COVID-19-related deaths brings death toll from virus in B.C. to 1,355.
It was an all around record-breaking year for the Hearth's Mini Art Works exhibit

It was an all around record-breaking year for the Hearth's Mini Art Works exhibit

Islanders raised more money than ever for the arts organization, even without the gala ticket and bar sales of regular years.  
One year into COVID-19, BIM returns to building its community economic development plan

One year into COVID-19, BIM returns to building its community economic development plan

When COVID-19 hit and upending local life and economies worldwide, Bowen Island Municipality paused work on its community economic development plan.
Muni Morsels: Boon for Davies Orchard and a cidery is in the works

Muni Morsels: Boon for Davies Orchard and a cidery is in the works

Davies Orchard received $450,000 from a provincial COVID-19 response grant this week
3 schools in North Van accounted for almost 40 per cent of COVID warnings

3 schools in North Van accounted for almost 40 per cent of COVID warnings

Over half of all coronavirus warnings have been sent this month in North Vancouver
North Shore COVID-19 school exposure warnings (MAP)

North Shore COVID-19 school exposure warnings (MAP)

Stay up to date with potential exposure dates at North Shore elementary and secondary schools by checking this map.
Wind warning issued for tomorrow in Metro Vancouver

Wind warning issued for tomorrow in Metro Vancouver

Gusts could hit 90 km/h
Number of new COVID cases stable but high on North Shore

Number of new COVID cases stable but high on North Shore

There were 141 new cases of COVID reported in North Vancouver and West Vancouver for week ending Feb. 20
B.C. COVID-19 deaths spike to 10 in past day

B.C. COVID-19 deaths spike to 10 in past day

The province's death toll from the virus had been trending lower during the past two weeks.