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Stumbling around the living room like a typical 17-month-old girl, Loujain Shelleh is all smiles in her family’s three-bedroom apartment.
He’s from Montreal and doesn’t appear to have any local ties with Victoria.
As the top cop of the Victoria police, acting chief Del Manak is always looking for ways the department can become more efficient.
When Nicola Peffers heard the results of a recent Statistics Canada survey about sexual assault in the military, she wasn’t surprised.
On a frosty morning in October, Melissa Welsh wandered off the beaten path down to a river in California’s Yosemite National Park.
She knew there was a good chance the Trudeau government would approve Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline.
Jon Tupper can’t help but tingle with excitement whenever he looks at the construction drawings for the expansion of the AGGV.
Esquimalt Mayor Barb Desjardins has spent some time considering the township’s motto, thinking it may be a good time for a change.
Shelley Fillipoff and her youngest son always enjoy opening a box of ornaments and decorating the Christmas tree inside her Ontario home.
Const. Andre Almeida was recently awarded meritorious service honours, which recognize exemplary performance that exceeds expectations.
Richard Vida has been identified as the man who died from a fire Tuesday evening
Residents displaced by an early morning fire last Friday have recieved an outpouring of support from the community.
For the last two years, Victoria police Const. Sue Hamilton has been trying to do the best she can to support the ACT teams.
Maj. Lisa Clark's main emphasis right now is urging victims of sexual assault and harassment to come forward.
The first time Christian Kluxen conducted the Victoria Symphony, he knew it could be the beginning of a beautiful relationship.
Christine Lowe has had a few sleepless nights pondering the decisions she’s made or about to make that could change someone’s life forever.
When the residents of tent city moved into the former Central Care Home, Andy Bond expected the first few months would be chaotic.
The Saunders family have experienced a series of disturbing events.
“There’s no way I’m moving on shore,” said John after meeting with outreach workers from Pacifica Housing on Tuesday.
There's some unusual sounds coming from the front yard of Barb Stoke's home in Esquimalt these days.