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Victoria’s Dockside Green development changes hands

Vancity hands the reins to Bosa Development, owner of the Empress Hotel

Books pulled from Costco for questionable content

Books reportedly pulled after concerns raised about indigenous content

  • Oct 10th, 2017

Tent city to come down Tuesday in Oak Bay

Roving protest camp set up Oct. 10 behind municipal hall for the week

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Fight 4 The Cause 2017

     

    Neil Manning announces $2.5 million donation to Victoria Hospitals Foundation

       

      Vital Signs report

         

        Hero Work digs in at Anawim House

           

          Thunder clip Hornets at Spectrum

          Football Thunder take exhibition win 20-15

          Parking requirements may be relaxed for Victoria developers

          Move aims to streamline development process, reflects less need for vehicle parking in urban centre

          English Inn redevelopment to start with heritage alteration

          Esquimalt council approves plan to update 1906-built Inn

          Sidney’s new fire hall jumps in price by nearly 40 per cent

          Already under construction, new building’s price tag goes from $10m to almost $14m

          City of Victoria, primary staff union ink four-year agreement

          Contract with CUPE 50 retroactive to Jan. 1 of this year, modest wage increases seen

          Fire Prevention Week across B.C.

          This year’s theme is ‘Every second counts - plan 2 ways out’

          Drop, cover and hold on for the Great ShakeOut

          Businesses, organizations, families, residents encouraged to register

          • Oct 9th, 2017

          The 2017 Tour de Rock remembered

          Black Press media rider Arnold Lim reflects on the 2017 Tour de Rock

          All-female Odd Couple hits Royal Oak, Sidney stages this month

          Peninsula Players in rehearsals for Oct. 13 show opening

          Brentwood Bay Empourium welcomes Jon Brooks this month

          Concert on Oct. 12 features Toronto-based indie folk musician

          • Oct 8th, 2017

          Court rejects discrimination suit from Victoria guide dog owner

          The man claimed discrimination when a driver with Victoria Taxi said he could not allow dogs in his car because of his allergies.

          BC Ferries oversold on Thanksgiving weekend

          Passengers were delayed on the Horseshoe Bay to Departure Bay route Friday evening

          New era of sightseeing in Greater Victoria

          They’re retiring the older, double-decker buses in favour of more eco-friendly versions starting Oct. 7, 2017.

          Low-income tenants in Victoria reno project worry where they’ll end up

          Council considering upgrade proposal that would likely price renters out of homes