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Battle of the First World War seen as Canada’s ‘coming of age’ on the world stage.
Formal announcement on BC Ferries policy changes expected in the new year.
443 Squadron base commander orders investigation into industrial incident.
No specific threats received about Nov. 11 but police forces will have added security resources on duty.
Shebib is approaching the Nov. 15 campaign from well outside of the mainstream and he knows it.
Hundreds of people attend public hearing on housing density change and 164 new units planned for North Saanich.
Recognizing elder abuse is more complex than the province’s public relations plan to promote the issue on social media.
Mikayla Savage, 17, has been missing since May 22 and police have issued a second appeal for public help.
Town and airport authority sign memorandum of agreement to create a 10-acre commercial site beside the Pat Bay Highway.
A repatriation ceremony was held at Victoria Airport Wednesday as family, friends and the military community welcomed back one of their own.
B.C. Transit driver called police after picking up an agitated passenger in downtown Sidney Tuesday afternoon.
Enjoy a meal April 24 and help feed people in need through Dining Out For Life fundraiser.
First million of a five-year, $5 million investment announced at Sidney's Viking Air on Tuesday.
Geoff Martinson's 14:12 could be the top time among 5k racers in the province.
Jada Benwell says socks will be handed out at Our Place
Pick-up truck flipped over median on the Pat Bay Highway, striking a second truck.
Up to 16 people were in the house; fire not suspicious in early investigation.
Attracting new doctors to the Saanich Peninsula is certainly a daunting task facing the medical establishment in the wake of a shortage.
Business owners and residents alike may find themselves on opposite sides of the street when it comes to one-or-two-way traffic.
Sidney aquarium operator says there's an opportunity for other tourism businesses to flourish