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200902news1More burned in 2021 wildfires so far than all of last year
200900news2B.C.’s COVID-19 cases up to 204 Thursday, half in Interior region
200896news3Singh meets with Indigenous leaders at residential school where unmarked graves found
200894news4Manitoba catholic priest accuses residential school survivors of lying
200892news5Demand increasing: Canadian Blood Services watching supply as COVID-19 rules eased
200888news6Dog survives burns from South Okanagan wildfire
200890news7Long-awaited rain, clearing smoke ahead for southern B.C. wildfires
200882news8Many Stawamus Chief climbing routes closed after tons of rock tumbles in Squamish
200880news9Homicide investigators in New Westminster after 1-year-old dies
200876news10Ammonia sensor alarm brings Colwood firefighters to Juan de Fuca arena
200874news11Campfire ban lifted in Prince George area as wildfire risk remains high elsewhere in B.C.
200872news12Quebec police mistake body of missing woman for mannequin, throw remains in garbage
200862news13Kelowna man fired from UPS, accused of punching woman and sending offensive text
200860news14Langley RCMP celebrates all officers being fully vaccinated against COVID-19
200852news15‘Canada has to step up’ says federal Indigenous minister during B.C. stop
200850news16Ottawa proposes new rules to crack down on harmful online content
200848news17One road in Victoria’s Beacon Hill Park to reopen to vehicles
200838news18Proposed settlement reached in lawsuit against fertility doc alleged to have used own sperm
200836news19Alberta to end isolation rules for COVID-19 cases, close contacts as cases rise
200834news20B.C. wildfire crews watchful as latest heat wave arrives
200832news21Victoria expected to approve letting residents put yard waste in green bins
200828news22UPDATE: 70 earthquakes detected off Alaska peninsula following 8.2-magnitude quake Wednesday night
200819news23New connection underway in Langford between Luxton and Sooke roads
200826news24BC Ferries bracing for busy terminals over the long weekend
200813news25Southern B.C. Interior cities have worst air quality in Canada
200800news26VIDEO: B.C. man arrested after ‘violent outburst’ recorded at McDonald’s
200802news27Oak Bay crews working fast on Cattle Point boat ramp repairs
200792news28Clinton RCMP probe fatal collision involving stolen truck at 6 Mile Lake
200788news29B.C. COVID-19 cases climb to 185 as Okanagan outbreak declared
200784news30First Nations group says all residential schools need to be investigated
200782news31Calgary Stampede linked to 71 COVID-19 cases; community spread from event unknown
200777news32England, Scotland exclude Canadians from new exception to quarantine measures
200772news33Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers wanted list for the week of July 27
200768news34Mask mandate returns to Central Okanagan, COVID-19 outbreak declared
200762news35Greater Victoria physicians group likens pipeline expansion to addiction
200759news36DFO enforcement blitz of Southern Gulf Islands ‘highly successful’
200695news37Greater Victoria approaching its rainless days record
200691news38Oliver Mountie helps hungry pig left behind during Nk’Mip fire evacuations
200693news39Heat warning in place for East Vancouver Island
200678news40Fraser Valley boater urges caution on the water after saving group of 5 from drowning
200676news41Family of woman killed in hotel says justice served, but killer to appeal conviction
200674news42Sentencing delay for men found guilty of flouting Alberta COVID-19 rules
200670news43Trudeau says Ottawa withholding health-care transfers to N.B. over abortion access
200668news44UPDATE: Traffic flowing again after garbage truck strikes power line in Victoria
200666news45COVID-19 isolation has impacted mental health of 1-in-5 Canadians, survey finds
200664news46Farmers say heat wave, drought show vulnerable agricultural sector needs support
200662news47Group calls for integration of early childhood education and school systems
200660news48Liberals look to fall for movement on having free tampons, pads in federal workplaces
200658news49Salmon getting through Fraser River slide zone as officials ponder permanent fix
200649news50Police missteps leave Greater Victoria sexual assault survivor without justice
200641news51Homeowners balk at Royal Bay property tax exemptions, Colwood councillor pushes back
200635news52BC Wildfire: ‘Wind is our greatest enemy’ for Okanagan blazes
200633news53Colwood man pleads guilty, sentenced for impaired driving, theft, break-and-enter
200628news54Developer brings eighth proposal for Northern Junk buildings to Victoria council
200626news55Heat-related deaths, B.C. wildfires spur Greater Victoria doctors’ call to end pipeline construction
200624news56B.C.’s COVID-19 daily cases jump to 150 Tuesday, mostly in Interior
200646news57Women hobby farmers are part of a food revolution
200622news58Follow local evacuation orders, B.C. Wildfire Service urges
200619news59Only 0.5 per cent of COVID-19 cases in fully vaccinated Canadians: Trudeau
200617news60One-time payments to seniors over 75 likely to also go to the dead
200615news61Saanich man arrested in relation to indecent act report from Elk Lake beach
200613news62‘This is how I’m going to die’: Police recall harrowing Capitol Hill riot at hearing
200611news63B.C. cities will no longer need provincial approval to launch single-use plastic ban
200606news64Telephone fraudster tricks Fraser Valley senior out of $44,000
200604news65Ambulance T-boned by driver in Oak Bay on Sunday
200598news66Kelowna cop who sexually harassed women involved in his cases avoids jail time
200600news67Trucker sentenced to 12 1/2 years in hotel room death of Edmonton woman
200602news68Canadian border workers could be on strike as early as next week
200591news69Catalyst reducing water flow into Cowichan River due to drought
200588news70Pacheedaht condemn cutting of trees by Fairy Creek protesters
199762news71UBCIC slams union’s claim RCMP ‘protected’ Campbell River in fatal shooting of Indigenous man
200584news72Gun call at Sidney restaurant a mistake: RCMP
200579news73Island RCMP officers honoured for cracking pair of high-profile cold case murders
200586news74Mike Hicks retiring from politics, will not run in next election
200577news75No serious injuries reported after floatplane flips during Tofino takeoff
200572news76800 Christmas trees burn in fire at Nanaimo tree farm
200570news77Most new B.C. COVID-19 cases are now among unvaccinated people
200566news78B.C.’s active wildfires fall to 250, evacuation orders up to 61
200558news79B.C. puts moratorium on new mink farms after more COVID infections confirmed
200556news80Urgent need in Alberta to address potent drug supply, overdose crisis: health experts
200554news81Babies born in COVID lockdown facing new health risk post-pandemic
200552news82Fix to software problem behind naval helicopter crash needed ‘forthwith’: experts
200550news83Fires in Western Canada creating own weather systems, experts say
200548news84Heat warnings, special weather statements issued for parts of Western Canada
200546news85Blockchain technology training offered at Camosun College
200535news86Hot summer days in the forecast this week on Vancouver Island
200544news87Greater Victoria’s public EV charging stations need to quadruple by 2030: report
200539news88Oak Bay closes northern boat ramp at Cattle Point for safety reasons
200537news89Central Saanich gets in gear for increase in active transportation
200533news90$40K in wildfire suppression equipment stolen from Kootenay crews
200542news91New funding for wastewater plant will improve environment, Sooke mayor says
200529news92Victoria lawyer disbarred for misappropriating client funds
200519news93Ferry terminal, Agrifair host B.C. COVID-19 vaccination clinics
200517news94Dream comes true as Parksville woman collects $3-million Lotto 6/49 jackpot
200515news95Protesters cut young trees at Fairy Creek logging blockades
200507news96Tunisia on edge as president suspends parliament, fires PM
200505news97Philippine leader unabashedly threatens to kill drug dealers
200504news98Feds on track to have enough doses of COVID-19 vaccine for eligible Canadians
200472news99B.C. forest fuel load becoming priority after decades of warnings
200470news100As drought cuts hay crop, U.S. cattle ranchers face culling herds
200468news101Expert: climate change expected to bring longer wildfire seasons and more area burned
200460news102Muir Creek fire in mop-up stage
200458news103Mary Simon installed as 30th Governor General, first Indigenous person to hold role
200456news104Biodiversity project with University of Victoria connection to use Indigenous eco-knowledge
200449news105Water taxi to connect five Southern Gulf Islands in pilot project
200447news106North Cowichan cheers on “home-town” rowing team at Tokyo Olympics
200441news107Human remains found in Manning Park, believed to be missing Penticton man
200439news108$400,000 in damages caused by fire in Victoria commercial building
200423news109Wildfire worries continue: Fire risk remains high to extreme over most of southern B.C.
200418news110Fauci says US headed in ‘wrong direction’ on coronavirus
200416news111Tory riding associations’ war chests larger than other parties, analysis shows
200425news112Northern B.C.’s famed abandoned town preserved in time awaits its turn
200412news113Doctors, air pollution experts forecast worsening health effects of wildfire smoke
200406news114VIDEO: Mary Simon becomes Canada’s 1st Indigenous governor general
200402news115COVID-19 exposure reported on flight to Victoria
200383news116Courtenay firefighters tend to small fire at homeless encampment in city’s forested area
200360news117Vancouver Island man donates 140,000 mollusk specimens to biodiversity museum
200328news118VIDEO: Saanich truck parade celebrates 91-year-old’s 45-year career at Butler Concrete
200319news119Alberta bike gangs battle in Cranbrook
200314news120UPDATE: Downtown Victoria stabbing victim taken to hospital, suspect arrested
200312news121Iqaluit’s elders home remains closed more than two months after case of COVID-19
200308news122Alberta renews child-care deal with Ottawa; prolongs talks about $10 a day program
200306news123Wildfire report author says heat dome highlights need for new plans in wildfire fight
200299news124Salmon getting through B.C.’s Big Bar landslide, runs rebounding
200301news125COVID-19 restrictions lifting at B.C. seniors home ‘absolutely’ a big deal
200284news126Saanich staff, council gain help in amenity package negotiations with developers
200286news127Report outlines barriers, recommendations to ending homelessness in Greater Victoria
200279news128Some inmates evacuated from Okanagan Correctional Centre due to Nk’Mip wildfire
200293news129Terminus building nears completion, first tenants are lining up
200275news130B.C.’s COVID-19 spread rises, 112 more cases confirmed Friday
200321news131Oak Bay sets aside $27,000 for Indigenous art at muncipal hall
200389news132Saanich-based group continues its call for no-cost birth control
200391news133Victoria peer-led program provides training to improve quality of mental health services
200261news134RCMP looking to identify woman linked to missing man Cameron Blake Beaven
200255news135Fentanyl dealer sentenced after crashing, ditching shotgun, hiding in forest on north Island
200253news136Saanich Peninsula watershed among those being monitored for drought by province
200248news137Missing elderly couple last seen near Honeymoon Bay found safe
200245news138B.C. hair salon target of ‘cowardly’ anti-mask graffiti
200204news139Police search for man missing in Manning Park with link to dead hiker Jordan Naterer
200210news140Saanich to review yard and garden waste dropoff service
200214news141Sooke man leads petition to build pedestrian bridge over ‘dangerous crosswalk’
200195news142Langford’s #MyBelmont neighbourhood reveals fourth and final phase
200191news143B.C. sees 89 new COVID-19 cases Thursday, active infections rising
200186news144Officials urge British Columbians to conserve water as regions face extreme drought
200198news145VIDEO: New ‘Island 3’ ferry arrives in Victoria
200184news146RCMP add officers to help with B.C. Interior wildfire evacuations
200181news147UPDATE: Muir Creek fire now ‘being held’ by firefighers
200177news1481-year-old in hospital following dog attack on Nakusp beach
200160news149Climber found dead in Glacier National Park
200150news150Oak Bay secondary suites study to be reviewed by council
200146news151BC SPCA responds to more than 600 calls for animals in distress during heat wave
200148news152Snowy conditions main factor in landing gear collapse at northwest B.C. airport: TSB
200144news153Island Health launches mobile first-vaccination clinic across south island communities
200135news154‘Nobody should have to wait for an ambulance’ — paramedic union president
200129news155Engineering, computer science expansion at UVic to support 500 more students
200111news156Island 3 joins BC Ferries’ fleet
200109news157Province opens new urgent, primary care centre in Victoria
200105news158UPDATE: No arrests made after man hit by vehicle on street outside Victoria courthouse
200094news159Fundraiser benefits man experiencing homelessness who was purposely struck by motorist in Nanaimo
200085news160Cyclist with Airsoft handgun arrested in Saanich for breaching terms of probation
200052news161Langford Lake boardwalk replacement work underway
200032news162B.C. puts 18-month ban on rodenticides to help protect wildlife
200018news163Late donations help HAT reach goal to buy Saanich’s Mountain Road Forest with CRD
200014news164Five young children sent to Victoria hospital after accidentally eating cannabis gummies
200010news165RCMP called after decomposed body found by cleanup crew on Vancouver Island
199944news166RCMP’s Fairy Creek exclusion zones, checkpoints go too far, judge rules
199932news167Ground broken in Colwood on retail element of Royal Bay
199919news168B.C. chambers endorse pandemic-recovery blueprint for cities
199900news169Fairy Creek logging protesters may face criminal charges
199893news170West Shore RCMP investigating suspicious fire at vacant Colwood home
199790news171University of Victoria collaborates with Georgia researcher on cellphone arsenic tester
199770news172Esquimalt society receives grant for mental health support services
199623news173Victoria immigrant and refugee group combats racism with bystander training
199456news174University of Victoria makes it official, Faculty of Humanities has first woman dean
199416news175Ocean plastic-trapping ‘artificial coastline’ to depart from Victoria
200223news176‘The need is so high’: B.C.’s period poverty crisis combatted by free-supply campaign
200864business1B.C.’s tax take continued to climb during COVID-19 pandemic year
200774business2Downtown Victoria reps surprised by business resiliency during pandemic
200684business3B.C. budget deficit $5.5 billion, less than half last year’s forecast
200531business4Victoria-based company nets record return for B.C. pension investment in pandemic year
200323business5Tourists starting to roll back into Sidney
200393business6Sliding-scale, upcycled and gender-inclusive: Victoria shop creates accessible retail space
200257business7B.C. COVID-19 fund supports 83 tourist attractions, bus companies
200137business8Record B.C. lumber profits should go to wildfire fight, Horgan says
200884sports1Canadian MLS teams given green light to finish out season using home stadiums
200870sports2Grandparents cheer from Nanaimo as granddaughter wins Canada’s first rowing medal of Olympics
200868sports3Women’s curling championship coming back to Prince George in 2022
200858sports4Ultra Marathon running: the highs, the lows, the pain
200844sports5Oilers, Flames make big splashes in free agency; Leafs find help in net
200830sports6Canada gets first rowing medal of Tokyo Olympics
200794sports7PHOTOS: Saanich’s Emma Entzminger returns home from Olympics with bronze
200786sports8Elliott: ‘We can all learn from her courage’: Simone Biles not alone in mental health struggle
200779sports9Tokyo sets another virus record days after Olympics begin
200770sports10Former CFL player, Grey Cup champion Chuck McMann of Qualicum Beach dies at age 70
200764sports11Islander named Canadian wheelchair rugby co-captain at 2020 Tokyo Paralympics
200689sports12Quesnel to host 2024 BC Winter Games
200680sports13Penny Oleksiak swims into Canada’s record books after earning sixth career medal
200654sports14Grubauer, Hamilton among top names entering NHL free agency
200596sports15Trudeau says Canadiens’ selection of sex-related offender shows ‘lack of judgment’
200574sports16Saanich’s Emma Entzminger helps Canadian softball team win bronze at Tokyo Olympics
200568sports17‘We did it’: Canadian softball team wins bronze at Tokyo Olympics
200560sports18Rough day for stars Simone Biles, Naomi Osaka at Olympics
200513sports19Canada will play for softball bronze at Tokyo Olympics after 1-run losses foil bid for gold
200421sports20Singer Pink backs beach handball team on ‘sexist’ clothing
200414sports21B.C.’s Jake Virtanen set to be bought out by Vancouver Canucks amid sex assault accusation
200381sports22Mac Neil tops women’s 100 butterfly to win Canada’s 1st Olympic gold medal in Tokyo
200338sports23Victoria Royals defenceman drafted by San Jose Sharks
200310sports24Tokyo Olympics Roundup: Woods comes close to winning medal for Canada
200288sports25First openly gay, NHL-contracted player gained insight from Oak Bay agent
200281sports26Canucks send No. 9 pick to Coyotes, receive Ekman-Larsson, Garland in blockbuster deal
200352sports27Greater Victoria-based athletes named to Save-On-Foods fueling sport initiative
200373sports28Three Victoria charities receive season tickets from HarbourCats fan
200259sports293-on-3 basketball tournament coming to Sooke
200202sports30Langford-based women’s sevens rugby team a unified force for Tokyo Olympics
200193sports31Tokyo Olympics beckons 18 University of Victoria athletes
200127sports32Nanaimo boxing club raising money so Indigenous youths can go more rounds
200103sports33Saanich’s Emma Entzminger perfect at third in Olympic debut
200652life3Artist Samuel Roy-Bois on story and the built environment
200404life4Financial planning pro Dale Lamb
200103life5Saanich’s Emma Entzminger perfect at third in Olympic debut
200878opinion12GUEST COLUMNIST: Former logger fights for remaining old-growth forests
200786opinion13Elliott: ‘We can all learn from her courage’: Simone Biles not alone in mental health struggle
200521opinion16LETTER: Municipal overlap costly to taxpayers
200817opinion17LETTER: Horses make a mess of Lochside Trail
200445opinion18LETTER: Central Saanich losing its character
200379opinion19LETTER: Climate crisis demands action from us all
200437opinion20LETTER: Stop old-growth logging until plan in place
200358opinion21LETTERS: Misinformation being spread on North Saanich OCP process
200387opinion22LETTER: LNG’s economic benefits outweighed by damage to climate
200815opinion23LETTER: Cooling trend expected
200368opinion24LETTER: Fish market an integral part of Sidney waterfront
200366opinion25LETTER: Independent review needed for expedited projects in Langford
200354opinion26LETTER: Calls to action on reconciliation stalled
200336opinion27LETTER: Saanich council forgetting the promises that got them elected
200340opinion28LETTER: Parkland sacrificed for community garden
200332opinion29LETTER: North Saanich has the chance to be a leader in the region
200330opinion30LETTER: Tempers flare over North Saanich OCP process
200141opinion31LETTER: Greenhouse gases a devastating effect on our forests
200139opinion32LETTER: $30 million for a birthday party
200898home1Outdoor dance-theatre shows to inhabit Greater Victoria parks, natural areas
200832home2Victoria expected to approve letting residents put yard waste in green bins
200870home3Grandparents cheer from Nanaimo as granddaughter wins Canada’s first rowing medal of Olympics
200848home4One road in Victoria’s Beacon Hill Park to reopen to vehicles
200876home5Ammonia sensor alarm brings Colwood firefighters to Juan de Fuca arena
200821home6Longtime Terry Fox Run organizer in Central Saanich stepping back
200823home7Lone turtle spotted in Bowker Creek by Oak Bay residents
200806home8Inspired artist brings colour to Langford neighbourhood
200819home9New connection underway in Langford between Luxton and Sooke roads
200808home10Victoria Dragon Boat Festival comes ashore for 2021 celebration
200794home11PHOTOS: Saanich’s Emma Entzminger returns home from Olympics with bronze
200802home12Oak Bay crews working fast on Cattle Point boat ramp repairs
200774home13Downtown Victoria reps surprised by business resiliency during pandemic
200762home14Greater Victoria physicians group likens pipeline expansion to addiction
200695home15Greater Victoria approaching its rainless days record
200759home16DFO enforcement blitz of Southern Gulf Islands ‘highly successful’
200697home17A Day in the Life in Saanich
200668home18UPDATE: Traffic flowing again after garbage truck strikes power line in Victoria
200649home19Police missteps leave Greater Victoria sexual assault survivor without justice
200641home20Homeowners balk at Royal Bay property tax exemptions, Colwood councillor pushes back
200628home21Developer brings eighth proposal for Northern Junk buildings to Victoria council
200643home22Greater Victoria disc golf enthusiasts keen to create quality public course
200633home23Colwood man pleads guilty, sentenced for impaired driving, theft, break-and-enter
200638home24From salt to stevia: Pender Island couple nears year of producing everything they eat
200626home25Heat-related deaths, B.C. wildfires spur Greater Victoria doctors’ call to end pipeline construction
200646home26Women hobby farmers are part of a food revolution
200615home27Saanich man arrested in relation to indecent act report from Elk Lake beach
200594home28Esquimalt Ribfest organizers licking their lips for September festival
200604home29Ambulance T-boned by driver in Oak Bay on Sunday
200588home30Pacheedaht condemn cutting of trees by Fairy Creek protesters
200584home31Gun call at Sidney restaurant a mistake: RCMP
200586home32Mike Hicks retiring from politics, will not run in next election
200531home33Victoria-based company nets record return for B.C. pension investment in pandemic year
200574home34Saanich’s Emma Entzminger helps Canadian softball team win bronze at Tokyo Olympics
200529home35Victoria lawyer disbarred for misappropriating client funds
200546home36Blockchain technology training offered at Camosun College
200539home37Oak Bay closes northern boat ramp at Cattle Point for safety reasons
200544home38Greater Victoria’s public EV charging stations need to quadruple by 2030: report
200537home39Central Saanich gets in gear for increase in active transportation
200542home40New funding for wastewater plant will improve environment, Sooke mayor says
200523home41PHOTOS: Oak Bay rocks at Willows Beach with Soul Shakers
200515home42Protesters cut young trees at Fairy Creek logging blockades
200456home43Biodiversity project with University of Victoria connection to use Indigenous eco-knowledge
200460home44Muir Creek fire in mop-up stage
200449home45Water taxi to connect five Southern Gulf Islands in pilot project
200439home46$400,000 in damages caused by fire in Victoria commercial building
200393home47Sliding-scale, upcycled and gender-inclusive: Victoria shop creates accessible retail space
200391home48Victoria peer-led program provides training to improve quality of mental health services
200402home49COVID-19 exposure reported on flight to Victoria
200389home50Saanich-based group continues its call for no-cost birth control
200408home51FireSmart home assessments a timely resource for Metchosin
200375home52Victoria Native Friendship Centre Elders first to go virtual during pandemic
200373home53Three Victoria charities receive season tickets from HarbourCats fan
200370home54Fantasy-themed Little Free Library in Saanich marks Greater Victoria’s 500th fixture
200352home55Greater Victoria-based athletes named to Save-On-Foods fueling sport initiative
200342home56Fort Rodd Hill summer programs bring the past to light
200346home57Reading fundraiser challenges Greater Victorians to pick up a book
200328home58VIDEO: Saanich truck parade celebrates 91-year-old’s 45-year career at Butler Concrete
200334home59Feast of Fields offers virtual farm connection, hands-on Greater Victoria produce box
200338home60Victoria Royals defenceman drafted by San Jose Sharks
200321home61Oak Bay sets aside $27,000 for Indigenous art at muncipal hall
200326home62Greater Victoria issues-based podcast celebrates one-year anniversary
200323home63Tourists starting to roll back into Sidney
200314home64UPDATE: Downtown Victoria stabbing victim taken to hospital, suspect arrested
200295home65VIDEO: Greater Victoria master carver says Indigenous art a way to restore culture
200291home66Hot shellfish: cooked in overlapping heat and low tides
200293home67Terminus building nears completion, first tenants are lining up
200288home68First openly gay, NHL-contracted player gained insight from Oak Bay agent
200286home69Report outlines barriers, recommendations to ending homelessness in Greater Victoria
200284home70Saanich staff, council gain help in amenity package negotiations with developers
200261home71RCMP looking to identify woman linked to missing man Cameron Blake Beaven
200248home72Missing elderly couple last seen near Honeymoon Bay found safe
200214home73Sooke man leads petition to build pedestrian bridge over ‘dangerous crosswalk’
200253home74Saanich Peninsula watershed among those being monitored for drought by province
200210home75Saanich to review yard and garden waste dropoff service
200202home76Langford-based women’s sevens rugby team a unified force for Tokyo Olympics
200195home77Langford’s #MyBelmont neighbourhood reveals fourth and final phase
200144home78Island Health launches mobile first-vaccination clinic across south island communities
200181home79UPDATE: Muir Creek fire now ‘being held’ by firefighers
200193home80Tokyo Olympics beckons 18 University of Victoria athletes
200115home81It’s a seal! It’s an otter! It’s a … crocodile?
200129home82Engineering, computer science expansion at UVic to support 500 more students
200109home83Province opens new urgent, primary care centre in Victoria
200150home84Oak Bay secondary suites study to be reviewed by council
200105home85UPDATE: No arrests made after man hit by vehicle on street outside Victoria courthouse
200111home86Island 3 joins BC Ferries’ fleet
200085home87Cyclist with Airsoft handgun arrested in Saanich for breaching terms of probation
200103home88Saanich’s Emma Entzminger perfect at third in Olympic debut
200052home89Langford Lake boardwalk replacement work underway
200014home90Five young children sent to Victoria hospital after accidentally eating cannabis gummies
200018home91Late donations help HAT reach goal to buy Saanich’s Mountain Road Forest with CRD
199944home92RCMP’s Fairy Creek exclusion zones, checkpoints go too far, judge rules
199932home93Ground broken in Colwood on retail element of Royal Bay
199919home94B.C. chambers endorse pandemic-recovery blueprint for cities
199900home95Fairy Creek logging protesters may face criminal charges
199893home96West Shore RCMP investigating suspicious fire at vacant Colwood home
199853home97PHOTOS: Snowbirds take to the skies over Greater Victoria
199797home98Home gardeners supported through Greater Victoria growing program
199790home99University of Victoria collaborates with Georgia researcher on cellphone arsenic tester
199770home100Esquimalt society receives grant for mental health support services
199680home101PHOTOS: Crews tackle summer trimming at Oak Bay municipal hall
199626home102PHOTOS: A look inside the Victoria prize in the Dream Lottery for BC Children’s Hospital
199623home103Victoria immigrant and refugee group combats racism with bystander training
199529home104PHOTOS: The view from Kohweechela - Oak Bay’s island park
199456home105University of Victoria makes it official, Faculty of Humanities has first woman dean
199416home106Ocean plastic-trapping ‘artificial coastline’ to depart from Victoria
200772home21Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers wanted list for the week of July 27
200790home22POLL: Do you have an air conditioner in your home?
200902home23More burned in 2021 wildfires so far than all of last year
200900home24B.C.’s COVID-19 cases up to 204 Thursday, half in Interior region
200894home25Manitoba catholic priest accuses residential school survivors of lying
200892home26Demand increasing: Canadian Blood Services watching supply as COVID-19 rules eased
200888home27Dog survives burns from South Okanagan wildfire
200886home28Scarlett Johansson sues Disney over ‘Black Widow’ release
200890home29Long-awaited rain, clearing smoke ahead for southern B.C. wildfires
200882home210Many Stawamus Chief climbing routes closed after tons of rock tumbles in Squamish
200880home211Homicide investigators in New Westminster after 1-year-old dies
200874home212Campfire ban lifted in Prince George area as wildfire risk remains high elsewhere in B.C.
200872home213Quebec police mistake body of missing woman for mannequin, throw remains in garbage
200868home214Women’s curling championship coming back to Prince George in 2022
200864home215B.C.’s tax take continued to climb during COVID-19 pandemic year
200862home216Kelowna man fired from UPS, accused of punching woman and sending offensive text
200860home217Langley RCMP celebrates all officers being fully vaccinated against COVID-19
200878home218GUEST COLUMNIST: Former logger fights for remaining old-growth forests
200858home219Ultra Marathon running: the highs, the lows, the pain
200852home220‘Canada has to step up’ says federal Indigenous minister during B.C. stop
200850home221Ottawa proposes new rules to crack down on harmful online content
200866home222See smoke? Here’s how to help crews when you report a wildfire from a B.C. expert
200840home223B.C. seniors find love amid pandemic – ‘and I didn’t even know her name’
200828home224UPDATE: 70 earthquakes detected off Alaska peninsula following 8.2-magnitude quake Wednesday night
200834home225B.C. wildfire crews watchful as latest heat wave arrives
200830home226Canada gets first rowing medal of Tokyo Olympics
200826home227BC Ferries bracing for busy terminals over the long weekend
200813home228Southern B.C. Interior cities have worst air quality in Canada
200800home229VIDEO: B.C. man arrested after ‘violent outburst’ recorded at McDonald’s
200804home230Award winners revealed for Sooke Fine Arts Show
200792home231Clinton RCMP probe fatal collision involving stolen truck at 6 Mile Lake
200788home232B.C. COVID-19 cases climb to 185 as Okanagan outbreak declared
200782home233Calgary Stampede linked to 71 COVID-19 cases; community spread from event unknown
200779home234Tokyo sets another virus record days after Olympics begin
200777home235England, Scotland exclude Canadians from new exception to quarantine measures
200768home236Mask mandate returns to Central Okanagan, COVID-19 outbreak declared
200764home237Islander named Canadian wheelchair rugby co-captain at 2020 Tokyo Paralympics
200691home238Oliver Mountie helps hungry pig left behind during Nk’Mip fire evacuations
200693home239Heat warning in place for East Vancouver Island
200686home240B.C. scientists capture most-detailed radio image of the Milky Way’s sister galaxy
200689home241Quesnel to host 2024 BC Winter Games
200684home242B.C. budget deficit $5.5 billion, less than half last year’s forecast
200682home243Smoke from B.C. wildfires creating issues for those with respiratory illnesses
200680home244Penny Oleksiak swims into Canada’s record books after earning sixth career medal
200678home245Fraser Valley boater urges caution on the water after saving group of 5 from drowning
200666home246COVID-19 isolation has impacted mental health of 1-in-5 Canadians, survey finds
200664home247Farmers say heat wave, drought show vulnerable agricultural sector needs support
200662home248Group calls for integration of early childhood education and school systems
200660home249Liberals look to fall for movement on having free tampons, pads in federal workplaces
200658home250Salmon getting through Fraser River slide zone as officials ponder permanent fix
200635home251BC Wildfire: ‘Wind is our greatest enemy’ for Okanagan blazes
200624home252B.C.’s COVID-19 daily cases jump to 150 Tuesday, mostly in Interior
200622home253Follow local evacuation orders, B.C. Wildfire Service urges
200619home254Only 0.5 per cent of COVID-19 cases in fully vaccinated Canadians: Trudeau
200617home255One-time payments to seniors over 75 likely to also go to the dead
200611home256B.C. cities will no longer need provincial approval to launch single-use plastic ban
200609home257Vancouver Island man wins a $1-million Maxmillions prize
200606home258Telephone fraudster tricks Fraser Valley senior out of $44,000
200598home259Kelowna cop who sexually harassed women involved in his cases avoids jail time
200602home260Canadian border workers could be on strike as early as next week
200591home261Catalyst reducing water flow into Cowichan River due to drought
199762home262UBCIC slams union’s claim RCMP ‘protected’ Campbell River in fatal shooting of Indigenous man
200579home263Island RCMP officers honoured for cracking pair of high-profile cold case murders
200577home264No serious injuries reported after floatplane flips during Tofino takeoff
200572home265800 Christmas trees burn in fire at Nanaimo tree farm
200570home266Most new B.C. COVID-19 cases are now among unvaccinated people
200568home267‘We did it’: Canadian softball team wins bronze at Tokyo Olympics
200566home268B.C.’s active wildfires fall to 250, evacuation orders up to 61
200558home269B.C. puts moratorium on new mink farms after more COVID infections confirmed
200554home270Babies born in COVID lockdown facing new health risk post-pandemic
200552home271Fix to software problem behind naval helicopter crash needed ‘forthwith’: experts
200550home272Fires in Western Canada creating own weather systems, experts say
200548home273Heat warnings, special weather statements issued for parts of Western Canada
200535home274Hot summer days in the forecast this week on Vancouver Island
200533home275$40K in wildfire suppression equipment stolen from Kootenay crews
200519home276Ferry terminal, Agrifair host B.C. COVID-19 vaccination clinics
200517home277Dream comes true as Parksville woman collects $3-million Lotto 6/49 jackpot
200483home278PHOTOS: A look at Olympic Games of the past
200513home279Canada will play for softball bronze at Tokyo Olympics after 1-run losses foil bid for gold
200504home280Feds on track to have enough doses of COVID-19 vaccine for eligible Canadians
200472home281B.C. forest fuel load becoming priority after decades of warnings
200468home282Expert: climate change expected to bring longer wildfire seasons and more area burned
200458home283Mary Simon installed as 30th Governor General, first Indigenous person to hold role
200451home284VIDEO: Cool cars provide some automotive magic for B.C. teen
200447home285North Cowichan cheers on “home-town” rowing team at Tokyo Olympics
200441home286Human remains found in Manning Park, believed to be missing Penticton man
200421home287Singer Pink backs beach handball team on ‘sexist’ clothing
200423home288Wildfire worries continue: Fire risk remains high to extreme over most of southern B.C.
200418home289Fauci says US headed in ‘wrong direction’ on coronavirus
200425home290Northern B.C.’s famed abandoned town preserved in time awaits its turn
200299home291Salmon getting through B.C.’s Big Bar landslide, runs rebounding
200414home292B.C.’s Jake Virtanen set to be bought out by Vancouver Canucks amid sex assault accusation
200412home293Doctors, air pollution experts forecast worsening health effects of wildfire smoke
200155home294POLL: Are you planning to travel internationally this year?
200381home295Mac Neil tops women’s 100 butterfly to win Canada’s 1st Olympic gold medal in Tokyo
200383home296Courtenay firefighters tend to small fire at homeless encampment in city’s forested area
200360home297Vancouver Island man donates 140,000 mollusk specimens to biodiversity museum
200348home298QUIZ: Are you ready for the Olympics?
200319home299Alberta bike gangs battle in Cranbrook
200308home2100Alberta renews child-care deal with Ottawa; prolongs talks about $10 a day program
200310home2101Tokyo Olympics Roundup: Woods comes close to winning medal for Canada
200306home2102Wildfire report author says heat dome highlights need for new plans in wildfire fight
200223home2103‘The need is so high’: B.C.’s period poverty crisis combatted by free-supply campaign
200304home2104Tubthumping: Bears stay cool at BC Wildlife Park
200297home2105Unofficial holidays: Here’s what people are celebrating for the week of July 25 to 31
200317home2106Vancouver Island hip hop dance duo Funkanometry promotes ice cream dream
200356home2107Food: Catching up with British Columbia chef, TV personality Thea VanHerwaarden
200301home2108COVID-19 restrictions lifting at B.C. seniors home ‘absolutely’ a big deal
200281home2109Canucks send No. 9 pick to Coyotes, receive Ekman-Larsson, Garland in blockbuster deal
200279home2110Some inmates evacuated from Okanagan Correctional Centre due to Nk’Mip wildfire
200275home2111B.C.’s COVID-19 spread rises, 112 more cases confirmed Friday
200257home2112B.C. COVID-19 fund supports 83 tourist attractions, bus companies
200259home21133-on-3 basketball tournament coming to Sooke
200255home2114Fentanyl dealer sentenced after crashing, ditching shotgun, hiding in forest on north Island
200204home2115Police search for man missing in Manning Park with link to dead hiker Jordan Naterer
200245home2116B.C. hair salon target of ‘cowardly’ anti-mask graffiti
200191home2117B.C. sees 89 new COVID-19 cases Thursday, active infections rising
200186home2118Officials urge British Columbians to conserve water as regions face extreme drought
200198home2119VIDEO: New ‘Island 3’ ferry arrives in Victoria
200184home2120RCMP add officers to help with B.C. Interior wildfire evacuations
200177home21211-year-old in hospital following dog attack on Nakusp beach
200160home2122Climber found dead in Glacier National Park
200157home2123Sooke ATV Club gives back by cleaning up
200146home2124BC SPCA responds to more than 600 calls for animals in distress during heat wave
200148home2125Snowy conditions main factor in landing gear collapse at northwest B.C. airport: TSB
200137home2126Record B.C. lumber profits should go to wildfire fight, Horgan says
200135home2127‘Nobody should have to wait for an ambulance’ — paramedic union president
200127home2128Nanaimo boxing club raising money so Indigenous youths can go more rounds
200094home2129Fundraiser benefits man experiencing homelessness who was purposely struck by motorist in Nanaimo
200032home2130B.C. puts 18-month ban on rodenticides to help protect wildlife
200010home2131RCMP called after decomposed body found by cleanup crew on Vancouver Island
200564home2132Help pets evacuated from B.C. wildfires by adopting animals from the BC SPCA
200898entertainment1Outdoor dance-theatre shows to inhabit Greater Victoria parks, natural areas
200886entertainment2Scarlett Johansson sues Disney over ‘Black Widow’ release
200856entertainment3‘Arthur’ to end on PBS Kids after 25-season stint
200842entertainment4Director James Gunn assembles his perfect ‘Suicide Squad’
200594entertainment5Esquimalt Ribfest organizers licking their lips for September festival
200421entertainment6Singer Pink backs beach handball team on ‘sexist’ clothing
200317entertainment7Vancouver Island hip hop dance duo Funkanometry promotes ice cream dream
200356entertainment8Food: Catching up with British Columbia chef, TV personality Thea VanHerwaarden
200271entertainment9‘Aquaman’s’ Jason Momoa resurfacing in Canada for sequel
200840trending-now1B.C. seniors find love amid pandemic – ‘and I didn’t even know her name’
200811trending-now2Beloved black bear ‘Knut’ dies at North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre at age 25
200686trending-now3B.C. scientists capture most-detailed radio image of the Milky Way’s sister galaxy
200483trending-now4PHOTOS: A look at Olympic Games of the past
200462trending-now5VIDEO: B.C. man donates 140,000 mollusk specimens to biodiversity museum
200348trending-now6QUIZ: Are you ready for the Olympics?
200304trending-now7Tubthumping: Bears stay cool at BC Wildlife Park
200297trending-now8Unofficial holidays: Here’s what people are celebrating for the week of July 25 to 31
200564trending-now9Help pets evacuated from B.C. wildfires by adopting animals from the BC SPCA
200866community1See smoke? Here’s how to help crews when you report a wildfire from a B.C. expert
200823community2Lone turtle spotted in Bowker Creek by Oak Bay residents
200821community3Longtime Terry Fox Run organizer in Central Saanich stepping back
200808community4Victoria Dragon Boat Festival comes ashore for 2021 celebration
200804community5Award winners revealed for Sooke Fine Arts Show
200806community6Inspired artist brings colour to Langford neighbourhood
200682community7Smoke from B.C. wildfires creating issues for those with respiratory illnesses
200697community8A Day in the Life in Saanich
200643community9Greater Victoria disc golf enthusiasts keen to create quality public course
200638community10From salt to stevia: Pender Island couple nears year of producing everything they eat
200609community11Vancouver Island man wins a $1-million Maxmillions prize
200523community12PHOTOS: Oak Bay rocks at Willows Beach with Soul Shakers
200451community13VIDEO: Cool cars provide some automotive magic for B.C. teen
200408community14FireSmart home assessments a timely resource for Metchosin
200334community15Feast of Fields offers virtual farm connection, hands-on Greater Victoria produce box
200291community16Hot shellfish: cooked in overlapping heat and low tides
200295community17VIDEO: Greater Victoria master carver says Indigenous art a way to restore culture
200326community18Greater Victoria issues-based podcast celebrates one-year anniversary
200342community19Fort Rodd Hill summer programs bring the past to light
200346community20Reading fundraiser challenges Greater Victorians to pick up a book
200370community21Fantasy-themed Little Free Library in Saanich marks Greater Victoria’s 500th fixture
200375community22Victoria Native Friendship Centre Elders first to go virtual during pandemic
200157community23Sooke ATV Club gives back by cleaning up
200115community24It’s a seal! It’s an otter! It’s a … crocodile?
199853community25PHOTOS: Snowbirds take to the skies over Greater Victoria
199797community26Home gardeners supported through Greater Victoria growing program
199680community27PHOTOS: Crews tackle summer trimming at Oak Bay municipal hall
199626community28PHOTOS: A look inside the Victoria prize in the Dream Lottery for BC Children’s Hospital
199529community29PHOTOS: The view from Kohweechela - Oak Bay’s island park
200399marketplace2Victoria Foundation + local donors support vital community rebuilding
200395marketplace3Ribbon cut on state-of-the-art, interactive sales centre in Langford!
200521letters14LETTER: Municipal overlap costly to taxpayers
200817letters15LETTER: Horses make a mess of Lochside Trail
200445letters16LETTER: Central Saanich losing its character
200379letters17LETTER: Climate crisis demands action from us all
200437letters18LETTER: Stop old-growth logging until plan in place
200358letters19LETTERS: Misinformation being spread on North Saanich OCP process
200387letters20LETTER: LNG’s economic benefits outweighed by damage to climate
200815letters21LETTER: Cooling trend expected
200368letters22LETTER: Fish market an integral part of Sidney waterfront
200366letters23LETTER: Independent review needed for expedited projects in Langford
200354letters24LETTER: Calls to action on reconciliation stalled
200336letters25LETTER: Saanich council forgetting the promises that got them elected
200340letters26LETTER: Parkland sacrificed for community garden
200332letters27LETTER: North Saanich has the chance to be a leader in the region
200330letters28LETTER: Tempers flare over North Saanich OCP process
200141letters29LETTER: Greenhouse gases a devastating effect on our forests
200139letters30LETTER: $30 million for a birthday party
200836video1Alberta to end isolation rules for COVID-19 cases, close contacts as cases rise
200811video2Beloved black bear ‘Knut’ dies at North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre at age 25
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134416federal-election1WATCH: NDP Laurel Collins elected in Victoria
155438travel1Discover Victoria
200474travel2PHOTOS: Humpbacks put on a show for visitors to Vancouver Island