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Andrew Berry’s lawyer draws comparison to Oak Bay ‘stabbing attack’ of woman earlier that year

“Nobody has been arrested or charged for it, right?’ defence lawyer asks

Officials hope to resolve E&N rail dispute as court date looms

Snaw-Naw-As First Nation wants rail land back, court hearing set for May 13

Saanich raises concerns over cyclist safety for bus-lane design

Coun. Judy Brownoff said Douglas Street is not a highway, even if it is defined as one

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Ballet Victoria presents Alice in Wonderland
Soup fundraiser for Esquimalt fire victims good for the heart and soul
United Way's Overdose Prevention Expo
DFO scuba scientists monitor Abalone health

Colwood show home among prizes for Hometown Heroes Lottery

Funds from lottery go towards BC Burn Fund and two hospitals

Thirty years later, Buccaneer Days still ‘a blast’

Bob McKie has been involved with the Esquimalt festival since the 1960s

Drug-driver vehicle hit and run in Brentwood Bay

Central Saanich say 364 crime files in April, including impaired driver smash

Walls come down at site of downtown Victoria fire

City engineers determined that portions of the northern and eastern walls needed to fall

Thieves target Sidney in multiple car break-ins late Monday night

Locks punched-out of locked cars in what appears to be coordinated strikes

Catchment will terminate unique learning style of South Park school, parents say

Parents and guardians voice concerns before SD61 consultation on catchment changes

Calling all Greater Victoria residents: Victoria Vital Signs survey seeking opinions

Victoria Foundation opens survey for 14th annual community checkup report

Saanich man faces three charges after sexual assault involving a knife

Saanich police arrested the 23-year-old man late Tuesday

United Way grants $8,000 to Umbrella Society for addictions support

Umbrella Society to offer another session of their Understanding Addiction workshops this fall

Oak Bay council awards $211,475 in community grants

Oak Bay council approved $117,130 of the $148,246 in community grant requests…

Man breaks into Langford home, falls asleep

West Shore RCMP arrested the man for Break and Enter

Two graffiti incidents in two days concerns West Shore RCMP

Four girls in two days charged with mischief

  • May 8, 2019

BC Ferries launches summer discount promotion

1,600 sailings discounted in effort to attract custom and spread ferry traffic

Two new daycare centres slated for Sooke

New facilities will help fill much-needed gap in services

Langford imposes parcel tax for Bear Mountain residents

Bear Mountain Parkway Extension Cost Recovery Bylaw approved Monday night

  • May 8, 2019