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1 Small strata renovations in Port Alice 'pay for themselves' – North Island Gazette
2 B.C. at 150: An unsettling past, but a chance for a better future
3 Maquinna Marine Provincial Park boardwalk project on track – Vancouver Island Free Daily
4 Police Blotter: Mailboxes broken into in Longview, Kelso, Woodland Friday
5 Bears seen wandering residential area in Kelowna – Vernon Morning Star
6 Loveland Bay and 23 other B.C. parks to see funding and improvements in 2021
7 Canada and British Columbia invest in flood mitigation to improve community resilience
8 COVID-19 exposures declared at 4 more Port Alberni schools
9 HERITAGE COLUMN: Princess Maquinna was a lifeline for Ucluelet
10 To The Pacific Rim: Exploring The Breweries of BC's Far West
11 'One of the greatest things about living here': Vancouver Island parks to receive B.C. funding
12 Maquinna Elementary wins SD70 school track meet
13 Three days in Tofino: plan for adventure and serenity
14 Our History: Living as captives
15 VSB announces closure of Maquinna Annex in East Vancouver
16 The history is interesting, the re-enactments not so much on Canada: The Story of Us
17 Four Alberni schools reporting COVID-19 exposures
18 Heavy rains lead to landslide on Harling Point – Victoria News
19 A LOOK BACK: maritime history of Alberni Inlet
20 Secondary school in Port Alberni added to Island Health's exposure list
21 Fire at Chief Maquinna Elementary in Vancouver
22 Six Vancouver schools getting seismic upgrades during pandemic
23 History on display at Alberni Valley regional heritage fair
24 B.C. allocates $5-million towards projects in 24 provincial parks
25 Elementary students bring history to life at Regional Heritage Fair
26 Aging Vancouver elementary school to be replaced with new $40M building
27 A LOOK BACK: The culture of Nuu-chah-nulth basket making
28 Landslide risk prompts evacuation order for Zeballos
29 Our History: Cook's visit to Nootka Sound in pictures
30 Ride a boat through wild waters to hot springs near Tofino, B.C.
31 COVID-19 in B.C.: 78 schools with new exposure dates in all five health regions
32 History comes alive at Regional Heritage Fair in Port Alberni
33 Vancouver Island’s provincial parks ready to reopen
34 Vancouver Island village 'like a ghost town' after rock slide evacuation following summer of fires
35 Alberni students enjoy birthday party for heritage trucks
36 Alberni Valley Museum's heritage fair makes history – Port Alberni Valley News
37 Several Vancouver Island parks closed to stop spread of COVID-19
38 Zeballos on edge about landslides as rain keeps falling
39 School District 70 cross-country students excel
40 PAC RIM ACTIVE: New signs coming for Port Alberni’s trails
41 Culturally significant First Nations marine sites mapped
42 Meet the last Indigenous man living in area of B.C. where Europeans first landed
43 Zeballos evacuation order lifted for some properties
44 Cultural renewal for Yuquot
45 The deadliest sniper of WWI was Francis Pegahmagabow, an Ojibwa soldier
46 Dead killer whale discovered on Nootka Island – Saanich News
47 No suspects sought after bodies found in Port Alice home
48 Fire at East Vancouver school considered suspicious
49 Numerous Comox Valley projects get economic recovery grant injection – Vancouver Island Free Daily
50 SOOKE HISTORY: Adventure followed Major George Nicholson wherever he went – Sooke News Mirror
51 Vaccine rollout, supporting local businesses focus of virtual town-hall event – BC Local News
52 Hereditary chiefs stand with Gold River-area First Nation in road use battle with logging company
53 Slides, washouts continue across water-logged Vancouver Island
54 Songhees marine trail celebrates living history of Greater Victoria’s Indigenous people
55 Kelowna's top cop removing barriers for women in the force – BC Local News
56 Design awards presented for Oak Bay architecture – Oak Bay News
57 PQB crime report: Crooks pilfer toque, 3 bonsai trees, patio cushions and more
58 Traditional knowledge at centre of efforts to protect land from shipwreck's fuel
59 Robert Amos: Exploring the history of Nootka Sound
60 Empty Vancouver school annexes to be leased
61 Adam Beach relishes fresh role with real-life muse
62 Cougar advisory issued for Hot Springs Cove near Tofino – Victoria News
63 Talented Port Alberni pooch inspires children’s book
64 Taboo: Everything you need to know about Nootka Sound
65 The Real History of Nootka Sound From Tom Hardy's 'Taboo'
66 Our History: B.C. went out of its way to make life miserable for Japanese Canadians
67 VIDEO: Parks Canada partially opens multi-use pathway ʔapsčiik t̓ašii in the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
68 SOOKE HISTORY: Bear Creek Valley speeder a 'godsend' – Sooke News Mirror
69 BC man's diaries reveal glimpse of life when Spanish flu hit – Vancouver Island Free Daily
70 School district to choose new name for AW Neill Elementary in Port Alberni – Port Alberni Valley News
71 New playground for Maaqtusiis Elementary School in Ahousaht – Tofino-Ucluelet Westerly News
72 Japanese submarines brought unease to west coastLookout Newspaper
73 School District 70 holds cross country meet
74 Two communities take reconciliACTION into their own hands
75 Indigenous Day: B.C. minister acknowledges province’s ‘very dark’ history
76 US border town offering its leftover COVID-19 vaccines to people in BC – North Island Gazette
77 Evacuation order issued in Zeballos, B.C., due to landslide danger
78 Woman stabbed multiple times outside Island grocery store
79 Provincial bat count to monitor for impacts of white-nose syndrome – North Island Gazette
80 Lessons from the Tseshaht longhouse: countering ignorance-based racism with knowledge – BC Local News
81 HISTORY COLUMN: Ucluelet local shares harrowing Christmas story – BC Local News
82 Kayakers to visit B.C.’s ‘secret coast’ first visited by Spanish explorers in 1770s
83 'Racist' MP's name removed from Port Alberni school – Kelowna Capital News
84 Emergency alert test an ‘accidental re-broadcast’ of last week’s, B.C. says
85 Good Samaritan recalls jumping from U.S. bridge to save 2-year-old girl
86 Observers ‘gutted’ as pair filmed removing red dresses hung along B.C. highway
87 Doctor donates $10k to Hardy Bay Senior Citizens Society for new roof – North Island Gazette
88 2nd person in BC diagnosed with rare blood clotting after AstraZeneca vaccine – North Island Gazette
89 Health Canada issues recall for disposable masks containing graphene
90 Health authority extends overdose advisory for Vancouver Island communities – North Island Gazette
91 Eyes on Tofino
92 ‘COVID to COVID’ lung transplant patient grateful
93 Alison Arngrim remembers Casper, Gumby, Sweet Polly – aka her mom
94 Large events ‘not likely’ to happen in B.C. this year, even as vaccine rollout speeds up: Henry
95 BC preparing 'Restart 2.0' from COVID-19 as June approaches – North Island Gazette
96 RCMP on the hunt for serial Rathtrevor Beach flasher
97 VIDEO: Vancouver Island contact tracing doubles due to COVID variants, more socializing – North Island Gazette
98 Vancouver memorial growing to honour 215 children buried at residential school site
99 COVID-19: B.C. Parks and Metro Vancouver close specific regional parks and parking lots
100 BC Ferries vessel returns to dock after passenger violates COVID-19 orders – North Island Gazette