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Esquimalt renters fighting renovictions lose Residential Tenancy Branch dispute

Esquimalt renters fighting renovictions lose Residential Tenancy Branch dispute

Most of the tenants ended up accepting buyouts, though a few fought til the end to stay in their homes
Outgoing Saanich North MLA Adam Olsen reflects on career of advocacy, opposition

Outgoing Saanich North MLA Adam Olsen reflects on career of advocacy, opposition

A tireless advocate for environmental and Indigenous causes, Olsen's efforts in the legislature were often frustrated by political realities
Buoy 'campground' floated as solution for Cadboro Bay's derelict boat problem

Buoy 'campground' floated as solution for Cadboro Bay's derelict boat problem

Eric Dahli of the Cadboro Bay Dead Boats Society wants to create a managed zone in the bay where boats can hook up to buoys, as long as they abide by environmental and safety regulations
No plans to change Saanich intersection, site of most crashes on Island

No plans to change Saanich intersection, site of most crashes on Island

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is monitoring the situation
Chaos in downtown Victoria: police tase mentally ill man who attacked paramedic

Chaos in downtown Victoria: police tase mentally ill man who attacked paramedic

VicPD chief says first responders will no longer go to 900-block of Pandora without police, outreach workers say situation could have been prevented
Langford seniors home refusing to return security deposits despite court orders

Langford seniors home refusing to return security deposits despite court orders

Cherish at Central Park owes 6 different families a total of $34K, but so far the company refuses to pay
Lawyer argues officer's actions follow police tactics in Victoria death

Lawyer argues officer's actions follow police tactics in Victoria death

Hearing on police use of force in the 2019 death of Lisa Rauch wrapped on Wednesday, while the issue of whether an officer can invoke charter rights to avoid making notes to be revisited in September
Rauch family tells Victoria hearing they were kept in the dark following death

Rauch family tells Victoria hearing they were kept in the dark following death

Police shot Lisa Rauch with an anti-riot weapon after she had barricaded herself in an apartment on Christmas Day of 2019, allegedly high on drugs and wielding a knife
North Saanich council served with legal ultimatum over pickleball closure

North Saanich council served with legal ultimatum over pickleball closure

Meanwhile, local perplexed pickleball players presented the district council with the results of sound testing at at Carnarvon Park, arguing noise mitigation measures work
Elections BC IT director on leave after court ruling on Saanich privacy breach

Elections BC IT director on leave after court ruling on Saanich privacy breach

A B.C. Supreme Court Justice found Guy Gondor downloaded personal information to aid son in dispute with neighbours over bylaw violations while working for District of Saanich
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