All Points West
'All Points West' is the place where people from Victoria and Vancouver Island gather to catch up on the day's news, meet some new and interesting people and get a few picks for the evening's entertainment. It's where you can depend on getting the information you need - weather, traffic and ferries - to plan the rest of your day. Our host brings Victorians and Islanders, smart conversation, stories to think about and music worth listening to.
Updated: Nov. 13, 2019
Conversation sparked by Don Cherry's comments has a deeper resonance for diverse players and fans of hockey
Frustrated forestry workers on Vancouver Island rally in Nanaimo as WFP strike enters fifth month
Scientists have been using drones to video-record activities of killer whales as the fish they hunt
Seeking Clarity: The first proposed pot shop in Sidney has been rejected because of provincial government rules requiring the front windows of cannabis stores to be opaque, not clear
That new bear smell - find out what happens to car that was robbed by a black bear in Port Alberni.
Still Green after a disappointing election result - Robyn Burns speaks with a Green youth activist
Winning during a Typhhon - hear how the Canadian rugby team helped clean-up after Typhoon Hagibis
Two Victoria teenagers pitch their plan for reducing single-use plastics to B.C.'s environment minister
Hospital Employees Union calls on Island Health to take over operations of Nanaimo Seniors Village
Orange Shirt Day: Students at Reynolds Secondary are learning from each other as they find ways to promote healing
Whiskers & Terry Fox: Port Alice students get to name humpbacks they see from their school windows
Meeting with Premier Horgan about improving Vancouver Island road 'positive', says First Nations chief
Tseshaht First Nation to hosting healing event for community and survivors of residential school system
The federal election is underway: UVic political scientist Kim Spears provides analysis on island ridings
University of Regina professor Mark Brigham talks about what's misunderstood about bats and rabies
Family of Mill Bay's Janet Farris thankful to 13-year-old boy who solved her disappearance with a GoPro camera
The community that sweats together, stays together: November Project celebrates four years of free workouts
The designs of 20 Indigenous artists re-imagined on Vancouver Island cedar that has been carved into surfboards
Could you go a whole month without using any products and produce wrapped in plastic packaging?
Questions remain about how quickly information reached the public following a prison break in Metchosin