Darron Kloster

Royal B.C. Museum collections building underway after First Nations blessing

The province said it expects the $270M building to be substantially completed in the fall of 2025 and open to the public in 2026

‘Left in lurch’: Crofton crew faces extended B.C. mill shutdown

The union representing workers says the mill has only been operating for about two and half months since January, and the spotty schedule has left many struggling to pay their bills

Victoria tech company inks deal with coast guard to monitor derelict vessels

The Rapid Deploy devices developed by Barnacle Systems Inc. are being placed on problem vessels and allow the coast guard to remotely monitor if the vessel begins to sink or drag anchor

'Sleeping giant awakes': B.C. coast seeing growth jump in ocean-related businesses

Funding boost from federal government announced at Oak Bay Marina

95 extra B.C. Ferries sailings planned for May long weekend

B.C. Ferries is warning travellers that staffing shortages could lead to cancellations

Vancouver Island resort named B.C.'s 'best hotel of the year'

Award given by B.C. association representing 800 hotels across the province

Province injects $500 million into B.C. Ferries in effort to keep annual fare jumps below 3%

Report had forecast possible annual fare increases above 10 per cent

B.C. fleece piles up as prices tank, mills shut down

With wool selling for only 10 to 70 cents a pound, sheep farmers say it makes more financial sense to burn or compost it rather than pay to clean, bag and transport it to the Lower Mainland, then...

Seattle woman donates island near Gabriola as nature reserve

Family of the late Betty Swift hopes Link Island becomes a location for climate-change research