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Running champ Geoff Martinson returns to Sunday's Pioneer 8K for kickoff of Island Race Series
A glass four-door freezer unit started smoking and then caught fire at 10:10 a.m., about 10 minutes after opening on New Year's Day
The Capital Regional District is still at least a year from building a sewage resource recovery plant at Hartland Landfill
Electronics, small appliances accepted for free at depots across Greater Victoria
Aggressive strategy in SD61 yields highest completion rate in district history
Mount Doug student fundraises to for shot at top martial arts tournament in U.S.
The sports centre based at Camosun College aims to build a four-lane, 400-metre athletics track
Neighbours, strangers donate furniture, clothing, gifts for family that lost everything in Obed Avenue fire on Sunday
The federal government is eliminating funding for subsidized English language training for immigrants at Camosun College
Founder of a charity to support people with physical disabilities, Victoria's Jeff Scott handed keys to new van
Ten blind or partially blind students had full reign of the arena Friday afternoon with players from the Spectrum hockey academy
Saanich has added two tiny lots to Mount Douglas, but the purchase could have an outsized influence on keeping the park pristine.
CUPE local 947 rejected a contract which included a 3.5 per cent wage hike, but in exchange for a weaker benefits package
Saanich scientist’s crystal expertise helps establish Victoria as hub for radiation detectors
UVic music professor brings together tubists for a fundraising concert at Market Square on Saturday
Saanich police’s long-running bicycle patrol is off the road until at least January due to staffing issues.
Victoria photographer Garth Lenz earns international recognition for bitumen mine aerial photo for Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Hosting liquor outlets in grocery stores could drive up alcohol consumption and have a number of unintended consequences
Like many of Victoria’s Filipino community, Tamiko Sianen was glued to the TV as Typhoon Haiyan rolled through the homeland of her parents.
An alleged member of a violent drug trafficking gang in Greater Victoria now faces charges after being busted last April.