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Increasing anxiety with social media use

Beacon Community Services helping to address youth mental well being

Police chief’s plea for funding rejected in Esquimalt

Council narrowly votes down $94,000 budget increase for policing

Victoria to Edmonton flights to take off July 2

Air Canada announces new trips from Victoria International Airport

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Chinese New Year 2018
VIHA offers naloxone training
Bank robbery at downtown TD Bank
Body of kayaker found on Gonzales Beach

WATCH: Body of kayaker washes up on Gonzales Beach in Victoria

Search and rescue confirm man’s ID, trace a connection to a car parked at Oak Bay Marina

Blue bridge lights may create an unintended problem

Salmon fry easier for predators to spot under lights, moonlight

West Saanich Road bike path to be completed

North Saanich plans to finish pathway from Willingdon Road to the Tseycum First Nation

Victoria’s ‘Penny Girl’ Jeneece Edroff falls victim to puppy scam

Edroff paid $1,400 for a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel that she never received

BC Transit driver assaulted on Douglas Street bus

Suspect fled the scene, but was arrested shortly after

Group lobbies Supreme Court over Victoria’s plastic bag ban

Petition the latest move by plastics industry association to overturn Canadian bag bans

Sooke OK’s regional growth strategy

All 13 municipalities must ratify document

City of Fernie regains access to arena, investigation ongoing

Operational arena by next winter is the goal, says City

Johnson Street project: A bridge to the future

Project director Jonathan Huggett weighs in on what’s left to be done on Victoria project

Rental prices putting the squeeze on people with disabilities

Highlands resident says brother has been looking for places for the past year

Oak Bay officer issues speed challenge on social media

Last year there were 122 car crashes in Oak Bay, 28 with injuries, and seven pedestrians hit

Target reopening time for Johnson Street Bridge remains 5 p.m. today

Commuters to Esquimalt, Victoria West and West Shore advised to plan alternate route to be safe

Good Samaritan helps in domestic incident

Suspect is known to police and West Shore RCMP is seeking a warrant

Green Party to investigate claims of bullying

Former staffers of Elizabeth May have alleged mistreatment

Kindergarten registration starts Monday in Victoria

Be aware, kindergarten registration model has changed

  • Jan 26th, 2018