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About 100 demonstrators with Protect the Inlet marched to the Burnaby terminal Saturday
Jason Gourlay charged with failure to stop at the scene of accident, attempting to obstruct justice
Skindigenous, a series on APTN TV, features international tattooing traditions including a Salmon Arm artist
Hello Humpback! is shortlisted for the prestigious 2018 Bill Duthie Booksellers’ Award
Saanich Grade 9s walk away with top five spots in Island math competition
Teams from around Canada and the U.S. put their robotics acumen to the test at the Save-on-Foods Memorial Arena
Phenomenon linked to a powerful current created by charged particles in Earth’s upper atmosphere
B.C. to contribute $300,000 to a million-dollar business study on the proposed project
After a tough season, Vancouver fans have promise for remaining 11 games
After nearly 10 years of discussions, debate, negotiations, frustrations, construction and testing, the new Johnson Street Bridge will finally be opening on March 31, with a community event planned for the public on the old and new bridges that day.
The project has been the subject of much conversation over those years, and we’d like to hear your thoughts on the matter. Join our Victoria News web poll below to register your answer.
You can find the results of our last reader poll here by clicking on View Results.
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– Don Descoteau, editor
BCHL Today is a (near) daily look at what’s going on around the league and the junior A world.
The biathlete and cross-country skier from Hartsville has raced to five medals in Pyeongchang