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Woman hit by car in Nanaimo

A pedestrian was struck by a car and taken to hospital Thursday night in Nanaimo

  • Sep 21st, 2017

Sam Sullivan first to announce bid to become BC Liberal leader

Former Vancouver mayor promises to bring more urban and youth support to the party

UPDATE: 95-year-old man who missed his bus found safe

Bill Sapsford hadn’t arrived home on a bus he had boarded hours earlier

MURDER TRIAL: Victoria woman had a mental disorder when she killed daughter: psychiatrist

Kaela Mehl may have killed Charlotte in an attempt to protect her, doctor testifies

Alcohol ban lifted for B.C. man who killed at age 14

Chad Bucknell took part in the 1996 murders of four people near 100 Mile House

Spend some time in a firefighter’s boots

Metchosin fire department looking for new recruits

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    2017 English Car Affair in the Park

       

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        Rare Spider-Man comic book selling for up to $1 million

           

          Langford’s only pot shop ordered to close permanently

          Green Tree Medical Dispensary ordered to pay $1,200 in fines, $5,000 in legal costs to the City.

          Extradition stayed for Maple Ridge pair accused of ‘honour killing’

          Source tells Black Press a lawyer filed a last-minute appeal in court

          B.C. man dead after shooting near Alaska Highway

          Police still routing traffic around scene in Porter Creek

          New motorcycle club riding in Langford

          Savages take over Devil’s Army clubhouse on Spencer Road

          Woman tasered in July in Campbell River: ‘We were at our wits end’

          ‘I don’t know if you have ever been impacted by someone who uses opiate drugs, but it ain’t pretty’

          Nagasaki survivor still haunted by scenes of atomic blast

          Bodies rotted, fell apart during recovery efforts

          12 tents are roaming Greater Victoria

          Homelessness advocate Chrissy Brett is setting up her Pop-up Prayer Vigil featuring 12 tents with 13 residents at various locations around the CRD

          B.C. Legislature shines spotlight on Orange Shirt Day

          Government members are joining Phyllis Webstad at the B.C. Legislature Thursday to raise awareness about the residential school legacy and her Orange Shirt Day message that “every child matters.”

          Famous elk back with new headgear on Vancouver Island

          He’s sporting a tarp, an innertube, and windchimes now but he’s the same frisky fellow from last year.

          Sooke library project delayed

          Sooke remains the No. 1 priority for construction, says VIRL

          UPDATED: Rare ‘king-of-the-salmon’ washes up on Oak Bay beach

          The rare type of ribbonfish was found by a man walking his dog on Rattenbury Beach.

          No lifeguards coming to Thetis Lake

          One of Victoria’s most popular lakes will not see lifeguards on duty next year, despite multiple near-drownings in 2017.

          Victoria school district to deal with complaints about suspended teacher individually

          Superintendent Piet Langstraat encourages concerned parents to contact him directly

          Developer donates land for Sooke park

          ‘It’s a very uncommon situation to be dedicating park back to a municipality’