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Premier promises to make Juan de Fuca Marine Trail a priority

Group says trail needs increased investment and attention

Police warn businesses of counterfeit American money in Victoria

United States Secret Service investigate with VicPD

More than 20,000 pounds of garbage removed from riverside homeless camps

Two camps taken down last week on the banks of the Fraser and Chilliwack rivers

Suspect in Revelstoke standoff killed himself: RCMP

Mohammadali Darabi, suspect in the Calgary homicide of his roommate, was stopped in Revelstoke

Clinton visits Vancouver, applauds Trudeau, celebrates Democrats’ win in Alabama

Clinton told crowd she cheered when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appointed the country’s first gender-balanced cabinet.

Victoria water main break forces closure of George Jay elementary for the day

City crews were able to restore water service to school by mid-afternoon

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          Salmon returns remain low on some South Island rivers

          DFO officials say more fish returning after slow start

          Orca-inspired sculpture pitched for Victoria Johnson Street Bridge park

          Designs unveiled as part of plans for public space around bridge

          Bomb detonated in Kamloops neighbourhood

          Kamloops RCMP are investigating after an improvised explosive device was detonated Wednesday morning

          Proposed snowmobiles along Sicamous roads concern RCMP

          RCMP, ICBC and province not yet on-board with proposed off-road bylaw in the B.C. Interior

          ‘Assemble your own meal’ kits grow into $120M industry in Canada

          Kits offer a middle ground between eating out and grocery shopping

          Millennials closing in as B.C.’s biggest wine drinkers

          Generation X leads the way in current consumption of B.C. wine, as more wine drinkers are enjoying local varietals

          Canadians lag behind Americans in giving to charity

          Only one-in-five Canadians donated to charities in 2017

          Pair of pubs in Nanaimo scrap straws

          VIU Students’ Union Pub, Dinghy Dock Pub no longer put straws in drinks

          B.C. children adoption rates lagging, despite increased funding: watchdog

          More than 1,000 children are still waiting to be adopted, new report shows

          New Topaz Park plans include second Victoria skatepark

          Splashpad, pickleball court and fenced off-leash parks being considered

          FortisBC to lower natural gas rates in 2018

          Rate changes to impact the Lower Mainland, Kootenays, Interior and Vancouver Island

          Four-month-old baby girl critically injured in Toronto

          Baby, a man and a woman in serious condition