The intersection of Barrett and North roads was once again the scene for a vehicle collision, on Sunday, October 13. One of the vehicles impacted a third vehicle that had been parked on the side of North Road. The drivers of the vehicles were extricated by members of the Gabriola Volunteer Fire Department and taken by paramedics with BC Ambulance Service to Nanaimo to be treated for non-life threatening injuries. This is the third collision to take place at the intersection since September 2018. Derek Kilbourn photo

The intersection of Barrett and North roads was once again the scene for a vehicle collision, on Sunday, October 13. One of the vehicles impacted a third vehicle that had been parked on the side of North Road. The drivers of the vehicles were extricated by members of the Gabriola Volunteer Fire Department and taken by paramedics with BC Ambulance Service to Nanaimo to be treated for non-life threatening injuries. This is the third collision to take place at the intersection since September 2018. Derek Kilbourn photo

The annual Gabriola Studio Tour took place once again over the Thanksgiving weekend. Karen Cain describes the process which went into creating her series entited, “The Wedding Gown” - which saw her wedding gown being thrown and then photographed in a pond, after which the photographs were cut and reassembled. Derek Kilbourn photo

The annual Gabriola Studio Tour took place once again over the Thanksgiving weekend. Karen Cain describes the process which went into creating her series entited, “The Wedding Gown” - which saw her wedding gown being thrown and then photographed in a pond, after which the photographs were cut and reassembled. Derek Kilbourn photo

Potter Paige Coull of Blackbird Studio forms a vase in her studio while tour-goers check out the wares she and other artists had available for sale. Derek Kilbourn photo

Potter Paige Coull of Blackbird Studio forms a vase in her studio while tour-goers check out the wares she and other artists had available for sale. Derek Kilbourn photo