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Increase means an extra $12 per household
Splash park also to be ready by end of May.
Stars on Ice glides into Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre May 16.
Acting chief wants regional resources pooled
Discipline hearing slated to begin Friday on harassment allegations
“I had a feeling this was going to happen,” says father
Paper Street Theatre’s annual improv festival kicks off April 25 to 29.
Community members urged to learn Google Translate app
Seven adults and two children forced from their home
Health authority prepared to start fining pot shops
Discipline hearing will address three matters instead of five
Les Feluettes (The Lilies) takes place at the Royal Theatre April 20, 22, 28 at 8 p.m. and April 30 at 2:30 p.m.
Accused worked in an administrative capacity at the Edmonton Police Service
Collection dedicated to Fox
Some residents claim they’re suffering “extreme criminalization”
Remediation project slated for completion by March 2020 at a cost of $162 million
First contract awarded for sewage treatment plant
Solutions will be discused at town hall
The time has come for Barb Desjardins to hang up her hat as mayor of Esquimalt and trade it in for a new one.
About a year-and-a-half ago, University of Victoria geologist Kristin Morell made an alarming discovery.