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B.C. Ferries' Quadra Queen II is almost finished after seven months of repair work at Point Hope Maritime Shipyard. In under two weeks

Point Hope aims to expand

Shipyard completes biggest project in 15 years

B.C. Ferries' Quadra Queen II is almost finished after seven months of repair work at Point Hope Maritime Shipyard. In under two weeks
Don Denton/News staff West Coast Waffles will be hosting 50 people who regulariy use the Mustard Seed Food Bank to a dinner out at the restaurant on Feb. 6. Restaurant owner Jordan Brown

Restauranteur hopes dinner for poor catches on

West Coast Waffles serves meal to stuggling families

Don Denton/News staff West Coast Waffles will be hosting 50 people who regulariy use the Mustard Seed Food Bank to a dinner out at the restaurant on Feb. 6. Restaurant owner Jordan Brown

Voting opens for child-friendly services

Votes are being collected to decide Greater Victoria's most child-friendly services, businesses,…

  • Jan 25, 2011
Peter Nix pours a bag of coal onto a blanket at the B.C. legislature Tuesday

Coal exports boom, climate worries bloom

With coal exports booming and more mines opening in northeastern B.C., federal…

Peter Nix pours a bag of coal onto a blanket at the B.C. legislature Tuesday
Ryley MacKenzie

Victoria communications start-up targets business phone, Internet

Victoria's healthy high-tech industry added a new player, with a wireless telecom…

Ryley MacKenzie
B.C. Liberal leadership candidates George Abbott and Ed Mayne attend forestry forum at the Truck Loggers' Association convention in Victoria Wednesday.

B.C. Liberals woo coastal loggers

VICTORIA – B.C. Liberal leadership candidates made their pitches to coastal loggers…

B.C. Liberal leadership candidates George Abbott and Ed Mayne attend forestry forum at the Truck Loggers' Association convention in Victoria Wednesday.

Esquimalt closer to approving green building checklist

A green building checklist designed to further Esquimalt’s quest to become more…

Target acquires Zellers chain

Fate of Greater Victoria’s stores yet to be determined

  • Jan 18, 2011
Logging and roadbuilding equipment awaits auction on Vancouver Island in the fall of 2009. Coastal logging has begun to recover since the low point that saw some companies fold or consolidate due to poor market conditions.

Coastal loggers to quiz candidates

VICTORIA – B.C. Liberal candidates have been invited to the Truck Loggers'…

Logging and roadbuilding equipment awaits auction on Vancouver Island in the fall of 2009. Coastal logging has begun to recover since the low point that saw some companies fold or consolidate due to poor market conditions.
Forests Minister Pat Bell and Frank Everitt

Asian forest exports match U.S. sales

VICTORIA – Surging forest products sales to Asia have for the first…

Forests Minister Pat Bell and Frank Everitt
Dave Cobb is president and CEO of BC Hydro.

Electricity users in for regular rate jolts

Bills projected to rise 10 per cent each year

Dave Cobb is president and CEO of BC Hydro.