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A man makes his way down a snowy street before it was cleared after after several inches of snow, sleet and freezing rain fell, Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021, in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

VIDEO: Lights come back on in Texas as water woes rise in the South

More than 190,000 homes and businesses remain without power

 

Trees destroyed a Shoreacres home during a wind storm Jan. 13, 2021. Photo: Submitted

Kootenay woman flees just before tree crushes house

Pamala DeRosa is thankful to be alive

 

Heavy snow falls as people walk on the Simon Fraser University campus, in Burnaby, B.C., on Monday, Dec. 21, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

BC Hydro says 240,000 customers hit by province’s first winter storm

It says crews have been working around the clock since then

 

A giant wave crashes into the rocks off Amphitrite Point Lighthouse in Ucluelet on Nov. 17, 2020. (Nora O’Malley photo)

VIDEO: Radical wave storm hits Ucluelet’s Wild Pacific Trail

Combined wind and wave swell topped six metres

A giant wave crashes into the rocks off Amphitrite Point Lighthouse in Ucluelet on Nov. 17, 2020. (Nora O’Malley photo)
Tom Jarvis speaks with a driver at the start of Bamfield Main on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020. Heavy rain from an ‘atmospheric river’ that hit the west coast of British Columbia on the weekend caused several washouts on the 88-kilometre road. (MIKE YOUDS/ Special to the News)

Storm strands travellers, cuts off only road access to remote B.C. community

Bamfield still waiting for promised road upgrades after fatal bus crash last September

  • Feb 3, 2020
Tom Jarvis speaks with a driver at the start of Bamfield Main on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020. Heavy rain from an ‘atmospheric river’ that hit the west coast of British Columbia on the weekend caused several washouts on the 88-kilometre road. (MIKE YOUDS/ Special to the News)
Amy Hill returns Coast Tsimshian Academy’s serve during the Grade 8 girls volleyball matchup. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Amy Hill returns Coast Tsimshian Academy’s serve during the Grade 8 girls volleyball matchup. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Athlete Renny Laychuk winning a race at the last track and field meet for PRMS on Thursday, June 20. (Denise Wilson)
Athlete Renny Laychuk winning a race at the last track and field meet for PRMS on Thursday, June 20. (Denise Wilson)
The Prince Rupert Middle School Storm and Charles Hays Rainmakers bringing home two ribbons for finishing in the top eight in two high jump events at the 2019 B.C. track and field provincials in Kelowna. Left to right: Logan Hughes and Ben Visser for the Grade 8 Storm, junior Dakota Knockwod and senior Eric Lees for the Rainmakers, and coach Dighton Haynes. (Photo courtesy of Barton Hughes)

Ribbons for Prince Rupert Middle School and Charles Hays athletes as track and field provincials end

Rainmakers and Storm finished top 10 in four events and PRMS brings home first ever ribbon

The Prince Rupert Middle School Storm and Charles Hays Rainmakers bringing home two ribbons for finishing in the top eight in two high jump events at the 2019 B.C. track and field provincials in Kelowna. Left to right: Logan Hughes and Ben Visser for the Grade 8 Storm, junior Dakota Knockwod and senior Eric Lees for the Rainmakers, and coach Dighton Haynes. (Photo courtesy of Barton Hughes)
Senior athlete Eric Lees, representing the Rainmakers, on day two of the 2019 B.C. track and field provincials in Kelowna in the 100- metre sprint. (Photo courtesy of Barton Hughes)

Track and field provincials continue as Prince Rupert boys continue to push their personal records

Friday was day two of the B.C. track and field provincials in Kelowna

Senior athlete Eric Lees, representing the Rainmakers, on day two of the 2019 B.C. track and field provincials in Kelowna in the 100- metre sprint. (Photo courtesy of Barton Hughes)
Ben Visser, Grade 8, competing in track and field provincials in Kelowna on behalf of Prince Rupert Middle School, after breaking the 1983 northwest high jump record in regionals. (Photo Barton Hughes)

Day one of track and field provincials in Kelowna begin for Prince Rupert athletes

Prince Rupert Middle School and Charles Hays Secondary School boys maintain personal best records

Ben Visser, Grade 8, competing in track and field provincials in Kelowna on behalf of Prince Rupert Middle School, after breaking the 1983 northwest high jump record in regionals. (Photo Barton Hughes)
A West Coast resident watches a giant wave crash down from a safe viewing platform on Ucluelet’s Wild Pacific Trail. (Nora O’Malley / Westerly News)

Warning issued as forecast calls for 20-foot waves in Tofino

Dangerous waves, strong currents and upper-shoreline flooding expected for Tofino-Ucluelet area

A West Coast resident watches a giant wave crash down from a safe viewing platform on Ucluelet’s Wild Pacific Trail. (Nora O’Malley / Westerly News)