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Sunday - 17th December, 2017
Huge pot farm eyed in C. Saanich
A Central Saanich dairy farm previously known for a pungent compost facility is being eyed as the si...
Friday - 15th December, 2017
Woodwynn residents facing eviction
Central Saanich has posted “no occupancy” notices on some of the buildings and recreational vehi...
Thursday - 14th December, 2017
At the heart of holiday season, toy shop helps needy families
It’s just after lunch at the Salvation Army Stan Hagen Centre for Families in Quadra Village and a...
Wednesday - 13th December, 2017
William Head prison to have shorter fence
A double fence that wraps around the William Head Institution minimum-security prison in Metchosin w...
Tuesday - 12th December, 2017
Province OKs Site C project; opponents gird for battle
The B.C. NDP government gave the green light to the $10.7-billion Site C project Monday while acknow...
Sunday - 10th December, 2017
Army of workers get bridge into shape
An army of ironworkers, engineers and traffic controllers were on hand as the new Johnson Street Bri...
Friday - 8th December, 2017
Man held in death of Salt Spring taxi-company owner
A 22-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the suspicious death of a mother and business...
Thursday - 7th December, 2017
Bike lanes to cost another $3 million
Another $3 million is needed to complete the first phase of Victoria’s separated bike lane network...
Wednesday - 6th December, 2017
You’ll need to be 19 to buy pot in B.C.
British Columbians will have to be at least 19 years of age to buy and use marijuana once the federa...
Sunday - 3rd December, 2017
A TANGLED NET
“Blood water” effluent, sea lice infestations, deformed salmon: These are some of the shocking i...
Saturday - 2nd December, 2017
Friday - 1st December, 2017
Ellard granted day parole, 20 years after killing Virk
ABBOTSFORD — Twenty years after the murder of 14-year-old Reena Virk, Kelly Ellard has been grante...
Thursday - 30th November, 2017
Major capital buildings sold
Four major Victoria buildings have been sold to out-of-town buyers. Sussex Place, at Dougla...
Wednesday - 29th November, 2017
Tree-cutter must pay ex-mayor $35,150
Cutting the top off of a tree in former mayor Beth Gibson’s yard against her wishes has cost her C...
Tuesday - 28th November, 2017
Panoramic promenade needs repairs
Maintenance work on the Inner Harbour causeway promenade has revealed significant deterioration that...
Sunday - 26th November, 2017
UVic scholar shines light on war hero
A UVic scholar is illuminating one of the most unrecognized heroes of the Second World War, Carl Lut...
Saturday - 25th November, 2017
Victoria plugging an electric bus into regular runs for six-month test
B.C. Transit is looking to plug into the future of transportation by putting an electric bus into re...
Friday - 24th November, 2017
Police hunt man charged in two attempted killings
A man charged with two counts of attempted murder after allegedly driving a car at his exgirlfriend ...
Thursday - 23rd November, 2017
The big picture on hotel auction
Flat-screen televisions fill up a ballroom at the Harbour Towers Hotel, awaiting bidders Wednesday. ...
Wednesday - 22nd November, 2017
Fish farm admits to plastic-bag spill
A Port Alberni-based fish farm has taken responsibility for the thousands of plastic feed bags that ...
Tuesday - 21st November, 2017
City plan for vacation-rental regulation, fees faces criticism
Victoria is continuing to face strong opposition to its planned crackdown on short-term vacation ren...
Sunday - 19th November, 2017
Night work driving families crazy
On Monday night, Stacey Rumsby thought there was an earthquake and leaped out of her chair. ...
Saturday - 18th November, 2017
Friday - 17th November, 2017
‘Love-in’ for Horgan, Trudeau
Premier John Horgan listens to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau before they addressed the crowd at the ...
Thursday - 16th November, 2017
Parkland levy could get bigger role
Greater Victoria residents will likely be asked whether they want the $20-per-household levy collect...
Wednesday - 15th November, 2017
Seaspan LNG conversion set for Victoria Shipyards
What is being touted as the largest LNG conversion in North America is to start in mid-December at S...
Tuesday - 14th November, 2017
High winds wreak havoc
Get ready for more gusty weather. Winds are expected to pick up again today as a new weather system ...
Sunday - 12th November, 2017
WE WILL REMEMBER THEM
Hundreds attend the Remembrance Day ceremony at the War Memorial in front of the B.C. legislature on...
Saturday - 11th November, 2017
Royals to bid for 2020 Memorial Cup
The Victoria Royals will bid for the 2020 Memorial Cup as a followup to hosting the 2019 world junio...
Friday - 10th November, 2017
Perched way out at the very edge of Canada, Port Renfrew has long enjoyed a mist-shrouded isolation ...
Thursday - 9th November, 2017
Nanaimo Regional General Hospital is failing in the management of its workers, who are complaining a...
Wednesday - 8th November, 2017
Nanaimo girl, 4, flagged for no-fly screening
A Nanaimo mother is begging the federal government for a swift overhaul of Canada’s no-fly list pr...
Sunday - 5th November, 2017
Horgan, Singh embrace NDP’s new beginnings
With orange foam fingers pointed skyward, about 2,000 delegates cheered Premier John Horgan and newl...
Saturday - 4th November, 2017
B.C. warns drivers who ‘door’ cyclists
The B.C. government will consider raising fines for drivers who “door” cyclists and setting a sa...
Friday - 3rd November, 2017
UVic condemns display of anti-Semitic poster
A poster displaying Internet links to far-right websites and bearing the triple parentheses ((( ))) ...
Thursday - 2nd November, 2017
Hog heaven? It’s tough finding a home for 350 pigs
Metchosin’s Tom Henry feeds one of his hogs. He has hundreds of them. The swines needed a new home...
Wednesday - 1st November, 2017
Hope still floats on V2V venture
If there’s frustration or disappointment simmering within Hume Campbell, he doesn’t show it.&...
Tuesday - 31st October, 2017
New law will make it illegal to abandon derelict boats
After rocking the boat for years trying to rid local waters of derelict boats, Eric Dahli was unders...
Sunday - 29th October, 2017
Historic odyssey ends in Victoria
The Canada C3 expedition, which sought to advance Indigenous reconciliation and climate-change prote...
Friday - 27th October, 2017
Thursday - 26th October, 2017
Premier orders review of fish lab
Premier John Horgan has asked his deputy minister to lead a review of the province’s animal health...
Wednesday - 25th October, 2017
Popham comes under fire over fish-lab probe
The federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans says it never asked the province to investigate a fis...
Tuesday - 24th October, 2017
Province aims to take over school-playground funding
Parents who’ve spent years raising tens of thousands of dollars to replace aging school playground...
Sunday - 22nd October, 2017
Shelters face a growing dilemma
Some critics of shelters and supportive housing say operators of the facilities are not honouring th...
Saturday - 21st October, 2017
B.C. to close loophole that gets around rent controls
A loophole that anti-poverty advocates say has allowed landlords to get around rent controls and jac...
Friday - 20th October, 2017
$35M Sidney project ready for takeoff
The developer behind the proposed $35-million Sidney Crossing project should have a permit in the ne...
Wednesday - 18th October, 2017
Tuesday - 17th October, 2017
Class act rockets to new heights
Grade 7 students at Dunsmuir Middle School launch solid-fuel rockets at a disused gravel pit in Colw...
Sunday - 15th October, 2017
Derelict boats get a lift at Cadboro Bay
Chris Keen uses an excavator to remove a derelict boat from Cadboro Bay beach on Saturday. After yea...
Saturday - 14th October, 2017
Nanaimo house fire ruled accidental
The fire at a Nanaimo house where a seven-year-old girl and her parents died has been ruled accident...
Friday - 13th October, 2017
No more shelters, say riled residents
Fed up with what it says is increasing crime, open drug dealing and drug use, the Burnside Gorge Com...
Thursday - 12th October, 2017
What the Uptown Funk? Bad vibes in Central Saanich
Dustin Hamilton is not allowed to play his car stereo in Central Saanich. In fact, Hamilton...
Wednesday - 11th October, 2017
Empress Hotel owners buying Dockside Green in Vic West
Bosa Development, which bought the Empress Hotel three years ago, is adding Dockside Green in Vic We...
Tuesday - 10th October, 2017
Hey! Where did this lake come from?
Heidi Kars watches as her daughters Parel, 8, left, and Sheena, 7, play in the water, as Saanich cre...
Sunday - 8th October, 2017
Fear and fun on the Zombie Walk
Evelyn Jordan, left, and Evie Frederick head out from Centennial Square at the start of Victoria Zom...
Saturday - 7th October, 2017
Septuagenarian is a fan of dashing Murdoch
It wasn’t just getting to watch an 11thseason Murdoch Mysteries episode being shot at Cattle Point...
Friday - 6th October, 2017
The season of orange brings pumpkins aplenty
Edgardo Bello, left, and Johnathan Ruiz harvest pumpkins at Galey Farms in Saanich. A wet spring and...
Thursday - 5th October, 2017
In classic style, mayor opens West Shore Parkway
Langford Mayor Stew Young leads a parade of vintage cars in his powder-blue 1956 Buick during a cere...
Wednesday - 4th October, 2017
From battling Nazis to life as a Raging Granny
From battling Nazis as a resistance fighter in occupied Denmark to making fun of businessmen and pol...
Tuesday - 3rd October, 2017
Dozens killed, hundreds injured
A 21-year-old Victoria man was among hundreds of people injured in Sunday night’s shooting in Las ...
Sunday - 1st October, 2017
Afghans ‘have not forgotten’
Shinkai Karokhail, Afghanistan’s ambassador to Canada, took a moment after the new B.C. Afghanista...
Saturday - 30th September, 2017
Shortage of sheriffs still plaguing courts
A shortage of sheriffs closed two Victoria courtrooms and delayed trials again this week. O...
Friday - 29th September, 2017
For smooth sailing, plan ahead on Thanksgiving weekend to avoid B.C. Ferries crush
Plan ahead if you are hoping to travel on B.C. Ferries during the Thanksgiving weekend, the corporat...
Thursday - 28th September, 2017
B.C. eyes speed cameras on Malahat
Attorney General David Eby says he is taking seriously a request from the Capital Regional District ...
Wednesday - 27th September, 2017
‘Shadow’ doctors paid to cover MDs in Nanaimo dispute
Island Health has paid “shadow” doctors $1,850 a day to cover for those at Nanaimo Regional Gene...
Tuesday - 26th September, 2017
Love and tears on Highway of Tears
SMITHERS — Gladys Radek raised a fist and wept as she reached the end of her 350-kilometre journey...
Sunday - 24th September, 2017
Mexico’s powerful quakes deliver lessons for Victoria
A series of powerful earthquakes that struck Mexico this month have a lot to teach Vancouver Island ...
Saturday - 23rd September, 2017
Royals, fans celebrate first goal of the season
Victoria Royals forward Igor Martynov celebrates the team’s first goal of the season with fellow f...
Friday - 22nd September, 2017
Victoria cracks down on ‘ghost hotels’
Victoria city council took action against so-called “ghost hotels” on several fronts Thursday, c...
Thursday - 21st September, 2017
Report flags concerns about Site C
The B.C. Utilities Commission has concerns about the progress of the Site C hydroelectric dam, but i...
Wednesday - 20th September, 2017
Under fire, Horgan defends taxpayer prop for politics
Premier John Horgan is defending a “temporary” taxpayer subsidy for political parties, saying it...
Tuesday - 19th September, 2017
Shipment arrival bridges the last gap before assembly
It has been eight years since Victoria’s city council voted to replace the Johnson Street Bridge, ...
Sunday - 17th September, 2017
B.C.’s grand experiment playing out at legislature
When B.C. Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver slammed Premier John Horgan for hosting a $525-per-ticket...
Saturday - 16th September, 2017
Riders honour Camosun educator who died in motorcycle crash
Motorcyclists ride past a memorial on Friday at the scene of a Saanich crash that took the life of w...
Friday - 15th September, 2017
First Nation wants flag back in protest at Nanaimo City Hall
Members of the Snuneymuxw First Nation government want their flag back. They will be at Nan...
Thursday - 14th September, 2017
CRD dumps sludge trip to Europe
In the face of a public backlash, Capital Regional District directors have dropped a proposed tour o...
Wednesday - 13th September, 2017
Camosun in mourning for crash victim
Lifelong educator and booster of trades training, family man and volunteer Rodger Hargreaves is bein...
Tuesday - 12th September, 2017
Edith MacHattie was one of several mothers looking forward to the $10-a-day child care promised by t...
Sunday - 10th September, 2017
Carole James puts focus on funding for education
Finance Minister Carole James is set to deliver a budget update Monday that will boost spending on e...
Saturday - 9th September, 2017
NDP government vows campaign finance reforms, help on housing
The NDP government is entering the new legislative session with extra confidence that it can deliver...
Friday - 8th September, 2017
Langford residents hear series of gunshots
Residents of a West Shore neighbourhood are on edge after hearing what they believe to have been gun...
Thursday - 7th September, 2017
B.C.-built ferry going to Poland for refit, dual-fuel conversion
The Spirit of British Columbia ferry, which sails on the Swartz Bay-Tsawwassen route, has been pulle...
Wednesday - 6th September, 2017
Insurance up $57 a year on average; ICBC in ‘trouble’
The average B.C. driver will pay $57 more a year for basic car insurance as the new provincial gover...
Tuesday - 5th September, 2017
Near-record heat, but still game at the Saanich Fair
The action at Saanich Fair Monday afternoon was as much about beating the heat as watching tractor r...
Sunday - 3rd September, 2017
As pothole repairs go, this one ranks among the most complicated the city has ever undertaken.&n...
Saturday - 2nd September, 2017
Friday - 1st September, 2017
Thursday - 31st August, 2017
Wednesday - 30th August, 2017
Tuesday - 29th August, 2017
Occupiers dig in for protest at salmon farm off Alert Bay
A growing group of First Nations and activists is occupying a salmon farm on Swanson Island, near Al...
Sunday - 27th August, 2017
Family battles for a safer road to Sooke after son’s fatal crash
“There are enough memorial signs along that road.” The winding highway between Sooke an...
Saturday - 26th August, 2017
History comes to town with a gallop
RCMP Const. Leslie Goode is in the middle of an interview when Danica, the black Hanoverian mare she...
Friday - 25th August, 2017
Victoria out of race for ’22 Games; province says it won’t support bid
Greater Victoria is out of the race for the 2022 Commonwealth Games after the provincial government ...
Thursday - 24th August, 2017
Yo ho ho, it’s an actor’s life for Depp at Royal Roads
Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp hasn’t been hiding in Greater Victoria — he’s been working.&am...
Wednesday - 23rd August, 2017
B.C. Ferries tightens car-deck rules
Popping down to enclosed vehicle decks on a B.C. Ferries vessel to take a nap or tend to a pet will ...
Tuesday - 22nd August, 2017
Thousands dazzled by solar eclipse
Greater Victoria was graced by clear skies on Monday and an awe-inspiring solar eclipse many conside...
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