Tansor Elementary students kick up their heels with ‘Tis the Season’ concert for parents

So much for for parents, friends, and neighbours: you just can’t beat a school Christmas concert.

PART I: How Prince Rupert schools teach Indigenous language to hundreds of students

A multimedia series with videos and photos from children’s Sm’algyax classes on B.C.’s North Coast

VIDEO: Miniature Christmas village makes trip to Youbou worthwhile

It’s a trip through a winter wonderland, all set up in a room at Cassy’s Coffee House in Youbou.

Column David Suzuki: Shine a light during dark times

We must keep the flame burning.

  • Dec 17th, 2017

Column T.W. Paterson: How Christmas has changed

I’m talking about a look-alike Colt .44 that fired gunpowder-filled caps

  • Dec 16th, 2017
Tansor Elementary presents 'Tis the Season
    DSAC students fill backpacks for less fortunate
      Take the family to the Hundred Houses for a colourful holiday drive
        BC Forest Discovery Centre Christmas Train

          Column Drivesmart: Headlight systems can be complex to police

          There is more light on the road today from the driver’s point of view than there has ever been.

          • Dec 16th, 2017

          VIDEO: Khowhemun puts on a ‘really big shew’ with Elvis-style holiday spectacular

          From ‘Jingle Bells’ to ‘Blue Christmas’, Khowhemun’s students put on their blue suede shoes for Xmas

          Column: How to learn gratitude before it’s too late

          In 2009 an Australian nurse named Bronnie Ware wrote an article on “Regrets of the Dying”

          • Dec 14th, 2017

          Column Drivesmart: Consider safety when the fog rolls in

          Speed limits the time available to process data.

          • Dec 14th, 2017

          Column T.W. Paterson: Province’s Chinese history back in today’s news

          I and my friends did our bit to ransack Cumberland’s cultural legacy of the Chinese coal miners, too

          • Dec 13th, 2017

          VIDEO: Tree of Remembrance celebration in Duncan brings comfort to bereaved

          Tender ceremony, fellowship, and the chance to celebrate a loss with light make this event popular

          Lake Flashback: Logs mentioned in every flashback story this week

          From the Spirit Pole, to clear-cutting Hill 60, to fallers and their back pay: we log on to it

          Holiday bits and bites from Lake Cowichan

          One fun event collected food, another one offers ‘Carols and Cookies’

          Column David Suzuki: Don’t blame God or nature. We’re the culprits

          What’s “natural” about climate-induced disasters today?

          • Dec 10th, 2017

          Column T.W. Paterson: A.G. Horne was B.C.’s own Davy Crockett

          He set another milepost in Nanaimo’s colourful history by assisting in its first recorded amputation.

          • Dec 9th, 2017

          Yukon the dog safely home after two weeks lost on the Alaska Highway

          Trucker returns lost dog back to his home in North Pole, AK