Local News

Transit Road clear again after gas line struck

Fire department was called out this morning

  • Oct 6th, 2017

Victoria council weighs in on Greyhound bus route decisions

Resolution part of committee of the whole proceedings Oct. 5

Tour de Rock riders take a fall in North Saanich

Riders OK; team able to continue into North Saanich and Sidney for communtiy rallies

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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

           

          Reynolds head shave doesn’t disappoint

          Tour de Rock wraps up with visits to Saanich high schools

          WATCH: Victoria couple donates $2.5 million for dementia project

          Island Health, UVic, UBC involved in ambitious project combining research with patient care

          Arson charge laid against Esquimalt homeowner

          Fire on Uganda Avenue was contained by Esquimalt Fire Deparment

          Malahat back to single lanes after the long weekend

          Work stoppages for blasting activities to resume

          • Oct 5th, 2017

          BC ferries adds extra sailings for long weekend

          Another 90 sailings between major routes have been added between Oct. 5-10 for holiday travellers.

          Marathon Sunday means road closures in Oak Bay and Victoria

          Dallas Road between Cook and Douglas closed starting at 4 a.m. to the end of the event

          Uninsured, unlicensed driver nailed $1,127 for speeding in Saanich

          Driver caught speeding past Emily Carr Park playground zone

          Kaela Mehl guilty of first degree murder, sentenced to life in prison

          The Victoria jury has found her guilty, rejected NCR defence

          SD62 superintendent announces retirement

          Jim Cambridge has been with the school district for the past 36 years.

          MURDER TRIAL: Victoria mom pursues Not Criminally Responsible defence after first degree murder conviction

          Kaela Mehl has been found guilty of first degree murder in the death of her young daughter Charlotte Cunningham

          Kaela Mehl found guilty in Victoria of first degree murder in death of her daughter

          Jury was asked to determine level of planning that happened before killing took place

          West Shore Parkway now open for traffic

          Key roadway connects the Trans-Canada Highway to Sooke Road in Langford

          VIDEO: Perfect timing!

          This young whale watcher near Campbell River timed the perfect pose.

          Sooke school superintendent fills in as substitute teacher

          Jim Cambridge steps up to take over classroom teaching duties for the first time in 10 years

          • Oct 4th, 2017

          UPDATED: Missing Langford woman has been found

          Lahilla Huber was last seen on Sept. 26.