On The IslandJapanese man who lost everything in tsunami finds boat in B.C.Aug 21, 2015 | 8:04Kou Sasaki lost his wife, son and livelihood in the 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami. Thanks to the people of tiny Klemtu, B.C., he will at least get to sail on his boat one last time after it drifted to Canada's west coast.
On The IslandNew program trains doctors on sensitivity to First NationsAug 14, 2015 | 7:45New program training B.C. health care workers to be more sensitive to First Nations culture with the aim of improving interactions between First Nations people and health care system.
On The IslandLocal oyster producer forced to lay off staff because of raw oyster banAug 14, 2015 | 8:31VCH has banned restaurants in Vancouver from serving raw B.C. oysters because of the abnormally large number of people who have gotten sick.
Not great news for oyster producers on the coast.
Steve Pocock is on
On The IslandMr Floatie speaks out againJun 26, 2014 | 6:33With Esquimalt balking the building of a centralized sewage treatment, we find out what Mr. Floatie, aka James Skwarok, thinks should happen next.
On The IslandPowell River seeks young residentsJan 21, 2015 | 7:53Powell River's manager of economic development Scott Randolph explains a new web campaign by the city of Powell River to attract new, young residents.
On The IslandSpace travel touted for Vancouver IslandFeb 24, 2015 | 10:06US-based technology company ET3 is advocating for a futuristic transportation system on Vancouver Island that could transport passengers from Nanaimo to Swartz Bay with nary a car, train, plane, helicopter or Malahat bottleneck in sight.
On The IslandWhere will the sewage treatment plant go?May 7, 2015 | 6:12There are now 20 or more potential sites on the short list for a sewage treatment plant for Victoria and the rest of the Capital Regional District, but the exact locations aren't being revealed to the public just yet.
On The IslandMusic teacher Andrea BlairJun 17, 2014 | 6:44A music teacher at Gordon Head has devised a way to help her student with dyslexia to interpret sheet music. CBC producer Kate Wiley gets a private concert.