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Four Greater Victoria youth, including three from Langford, head to San Diego, California on Jan. 3 with the Team BC U14 squad for lacrosse.
Saanich squeezes savings from all corners of its operations
Victoria stargazers will once again be looking to the skies, thanks to a tentative deal to reopen Centre of the Universe in April 2014.
Saanich Search and Rescue located a young woman in Mount Douglas park Sunday afternoon, after a horse was found without a rider.
Mariah McDonald, 12, is quickly becoming a notable child actor in Victoria's theatre scene
Victoria-bred trumpet and flugelhorn player Oliver Clements has returned launches indie-folk/hip-hop-inspired project
Police say investigation continues into female co-conspirator
Morgan Harker knows he is one lucky man as he steps forward as the $25 million winner on the B.C. Lottery Corporation's Lotto Max.
Satellite "Y" will be part of Eagle Creek Village development and will provide 36 new daycare spaces
Victoria nurses are declaring their opposition to changes which they say could affect some of the most vulnerable patients.
A new playground means outdoor fun is now only a hop, skip and a jump away for a Saanich neighbourhood.
Caretakers of the Colquitz River fish-counting fence are heralding this past weekend as the best in their 13-year history
A Saanich business owner’s determination to bring about change could result in a revision to how WorkSafeBC classifies certain businesses.
The Mount Douglas Park Society has produced a map of the park that shows where it's noisy from traffic and where sounds of nature prevail
Saanich rolls out plan that keeps four lanes of traffic on Shelbourne; routes cyclists to Cedar Hill Road
No injuries in seven-vehicle accident on Trans-Canada Highway near Helmcken Rd. overpass.
Increased police presence throughout Greater Victoria region the primary tactic for safe fun
Paramedics in Greater Victoria will now report to this central station and will then be assigned to an area based on need.
Maurine Karagianis, MLA for Esquimalt-Royal Roads seeks protective zone to increase around clinics
After 17 months Songhees and Esquimalt Nations celebrate about $9 million worth of work, training future generations