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Reconcili-ACTION gives Canadians next steps for reconciliation

Community leaders from around Canada are issuing weekly challenges as part of the #Next150 campaign

Fight for autism diagnosis arduous for adults in B.C.

Public funding scarcely available for people over 19 with the disorder

Latest disrupted retailers remain positive during Fort bike lane work

Business continues despite noisy construction in downtown Victoria

Songhees Nation receives federal funding to grow Indigenous businesses
Capital City Comic Con 2018
Oak tree tumbles down into Central middle school yard
Bus fire at Blanshard and Fort Streets

Point in Time Count to gauge homelessness in Greater Victoria

Survey helps bust misconceptions that all homeless people suffer from mental illness, addiction issues

Esquimalt denies VicPD budget request for the second time

“It’s not about the money, it’s about what is fair for our community.”

Sooke Mounties honoured for combating drunk driving

Constables Jason From and Lee Ingeberg named to Team Alexa

Sidney’s Cedarwood Inn eyed for redevelopment

New hotel, condos are on the table for public discussion

Province marks 20 years trying to stop sexual exploitation of youth and children

March 5 to 11 is Stop the Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth Awareness Week in B.C.

Small earthquake rattles southern Vancouver Island

A magnitude 2.3 quake hit seven kilometres from Langford

Fatal collision in Victoria’s Chinatown rules cyclist’s death accidental

Eileen Glynda Evans, 73, collided with a five-tonne truck in March 2016

VicPD seek missing man

Andrew Chapman was reported missing on March 5, 2018

Target shooting under scrutiny at Jordan River

Shooters using everything from ‘machine guns’ to shotguns – and making a mess

BC RCMP offers frontages as safe spaces for online sale exchanges

Canadians duped out of $13 million a year in online scams including robbery

Future of curling and golf uncertain at Glen Meadows

North Saanich golf course changes direction under new ownership

VicPD officers cleared of wrongdoing in arrest resulting in injury

Independent investigation finds police used reasonable force during mental health call

B.C. MLA calls for equal pay in the workplace

Applause greets Surrey South politician’s quest to close economic gap

WATCH: Car blows stop sign in Oak Bay

Police release video to raise alarm over dangerous driving habits

City of Victoria wins injunction allowing removal of derelict boats from Gorge

Long process began last year with City seeking legal relief to regulate waterway

B.C. police departments to roll out electronic tickets

Starting March 5, five local police departments will try a pilot program to deliver eTickets