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Woman, 57, allegedly attacks two Victoria cops

Woman now facing numerous charges, psychiatric evaluation

Human chain sheds light on mental health

Event organizer says gov’t must improve services for all ages

Two teens in hospital after pair of crashes

Girls running across busy roads were hit

Esquimalt council briefs

The delicate balance of encouraging businesses to clean up graffiti – on a reasonable timeline – was discussed by Esquimalt council Monday

Marina team sets geotechnical tests

Geotechnical engineers are at work on the proposed site of the Victoria International Marina this week.
Oppal denies pre-judging missing women findings

Oppal denies pre-judging missing women findings

Inquiry head releases statements to Attorney-General

City’s NDP MLAs applaud end of HST

Tax policy failed on its complexity, says Liberal MLA
Cordova Bay’s newest centenarian still spry

Cordova Bay’s newest centenarian still spry

Remarkably, for a man who was born while Sir. Wilfrid Laurier was still Prime Minister of Canada, Noble lives independently with minimal home care support. Should he pass his renewal exam, Noble will also retain his driver’s licence and continue to drive to take his wife Kay out for dinner.
Changes coming to B.C. carbon offsets

Changes coming to B.C. carbon offsets

The B.C. government's carbon neutrality program is working, but it needs changes, Environment Minister Terry Lake says. School and hospital funds are being diverted to carbon reduction projects at energy, cement and forest companies.

Cop fundraiser a poor choice for parolee

Victoria police were called and arrested the 32-year-old Campbell River man