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Dynamic Beast crane barge arrives back in town on Friday
Doctors hope to get psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy legalized in Canada and the U.S. by 2021
80 km/h winds expected Saturday, Jan. 20, on east coast of Island, 100 km/h on west coast
Montreal-born author spent most of her adult life in B.C. as a fiction writer and novelist
Traxxas Monster Truck Tour stops at Save-On Foods Memorial Centre this weekend
Entries due by March 30 for lieutenant-governor’s British Columbia-themed competition
Wisdom pass covers weekend of yoga info at UVic
WWE flagship show is set to mark its 25th anniversary on Monday
Vancouver one of several cities hosting event on anniversary of historic Women’s March on Washington
“Residents of Saanich need to know all the details with regards to this project as if approved, the ramifications will be wide spread”
Victoria recently saw three people pricked by hypodermic needles in the span of a week.
One of those incidents was found to be a case of someone injecting themselves for medical purposes, one saw a woman pricked while brushing a paper bag containing a needle out of her dog’s mouth. In the third case, a woman was pricked by a needle placed sharp-side up in a planter, then found another needle in a similar spot a week later, likely put there by someone with malicious intent.
We’d like to hear whether or not these cases have you more fearful in general about being in the city, and encourage you to take part in our web poll.
To see the results of the oprevious web poll, click here.
Royals lose 8-4 as Rockets explode offensively
Webster died Thursday at his home in Mattawa, Ont., where he had resided since 1969