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It was William S. Burroughs, beat author and self-professed morphine addict, who said it best...
Victoria Police harass service providers.
Over 160 years ago, a 14-year-old boy was travelling through the Camosun area to deliver news of James Douglas’ arrival...
Guess what? We’re still poor.
Pose the question to people you know: does feminism matter to you, to me, to anyone?
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On May 4, 1886, an unidentified protestor threw a stick of dynamite into a crowd of police.
Recovering from city life in the interior mountains, I sought escape from the barrage of politics that comes with life in The Capital.
Winter is a slow time for politics.
In Paris or Milan, café patrons would be shocked to find a business that didn’t at least sell wine and beer, if not a few spirits...
In the distant memory of 1999, Judge Thomas Gove ruled that Victoria’s “Red Zone” policy violates Charter Rights..
It’s difficult to describe the sound emitted by mosquito machines.