Emergency Health Services Members have tested positive for COVID-19, Site of proposed Milner Avenue subdivision home to dense forest residents want preserved, Residents pay their respects from around our communities on Nov. 11, Five staff members on one NRGH unit have tested positive, A motion coming to council pushes for the end of 24/7 camping, all unhoused living indoors, Staff note an impact on infrastructure, impending hazards, Art piece to be unveiled at Legion on Remembrance Day, Saanich mom with kids in vehicle faces impaired driving charges after crash, McLean Mill clean-up expected to cost more than $100,000, Police arrest man after victim hit repeatedly by stranger with a stick, City of Nanaimo isn’t on track to meet emissions targets. More than 1,100 homes and businesses near East Sooke are in the dark Thursday morning after a truck moving a house collided with power lines. INTERACTIVE MAP/GRAPHS: Vancouver Island and Vancouver see jump in new COVID-19 cases over last week. Here’s where they are, LIVE: B.C. to provide latest COVID-19 update, LIVE: Ongoing news coverage on CTV News Channel, LIVE: Alberta to announce more COVID-19 measures, Woman seen assaulting veteran in California. 1. Comox Valley resident Linda Dobinson used to enjoy watching a family of… by Scott Stanfield; Dead bodies probe: … News And Tools. The federal government says it has a game plan to transition away from open-net fish farming on British Columbia's coast. For the past eight months, 85-year-old Barry Ibbot's small room in a Nanaimo, B.C. Individual actions key to suppressing COVID-19 again: Tam. B.C. dog lost in snowstorm dug a burrow and survived for days, Vatican calling: Pope congratulates Joe Biden on election, Georgia counties prepare for hand tally of U.S. presidential race, Trump adviser Corey Lewandowski contracts coronavirus, Casey rides the buzz of Masters history to 65 and early lead, Greg Clarke quits as FIFA VP after discriminatory comments, Tokyo Olympics may allow foreign fans; there will be rules. A man is in custody after police received reports of an alleged assault with a weapon in downtown Victoria on Remembrance Day. CTV News Channel, B.C. Doctor fears temporary closure of testing facility in Central Saanich will create backlog, Driver of speeding cab taken to hospital following collision near Sidney, Nanaimo RCMP ask for tips after suspect allegedly tries to get away with $500 worth of groceries, Fire in Langford home tagged for demolition sparks investigation, Province says new dock at Arbutus Ridge in Cowichan was never authorized, Vancouver Island first responders raise alarm after dramatic increase in mental health calls, COVID-19 infection rate among B.C. 1, Provincial officials are applauding sharp-eyed British Columbians for their discovery of yet another Asian giant hornet as dozens of ministry traps set throughout the Fraser Valley sit empty. Review of … Ottawa plans to move from open-net fish pens to 'sustainable technology' in B.C. Vancouver Island ultramarathoner aims for 555 miles in six days Jerry Hughes trying to break 130-year-old record and raise $144,000 for sick kids in the process by Kevin Rothbauer More than 100 health order and Quarantine Act violation tickets totalling thousands of dollars have been issued so far in B.C., the province's public safety ministry says. Alleged drunk driver with 3 kids in car arrested after Langford crash, Nanaimo hospital COVID-19 outbreak may have come from Lower Mainland: Island Health, Caught on cam: Fire tears through Victoria home, Man arrested for allegedly beating man with stick in Victoria, Victoria report outlines effects of homelessness on downtown businesses, Crash causes delays, cuts power to 1,100 near East Sooke, Vancouver Island's first COVID-19 outbreak declared at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital, 1 taken to hospital after Pat Bay Hwy crash, Infectious disease modeller predicts new COVID-19 measures could be just the beginning, Vancouver Island man wins BC Children's Hospital Dream Lottery grand prize, Residents find queen 'murder hornet' in B.C. 1, When the phone rang Tuesday morning, Campbell River man Nathan Lambert had a feeling it might be good news, and he was right. Members asked to limit travel to the neighbouring communities of Tofino and Ucluelet. Earthquakes Canada noted the tremour shortly after 5 p.m. All money raised goes to education and literacy programs on Vancouver Island. 10. Health officials in British Columbia will announce new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday amid a surge in new infections that has pushed the number of active cases in the province to record highs.