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The rare type of ribbonfish was found by a man walking his dog on Rattenbury Beach.
Peter Wheaton became an accidental hero when he saved the animal from several vicious crows.
The grants will go to 81 faculty members and students in natural sciences and engineering.
Radiation levels in Pacific Canadian waters from Japan’s doomed power plant are finally revealed.
With CRD support in limbo and an onerous federal grant process, Oak Bay is at a difficult impasse.
The driver was found suffering from Alzheimer’s and was “severely confused” police say.
Police are reminding drivers to slow down in school zones as kids return to school this week.
Stefan Dollinger spent a decade updating the Dictionary of Canadianisms on Historical Principles
McKenzie interchange, Blue Water Bridge, among many others are moving at a snail’s pace. Why?
Leader of B.C.’s Green party Adrew Weaver to stop the hemmorage of farmland in the wrong hands.
Ashley Migneault started neighboursagainstbullying.com to turn something negative into a positive.
Associate Professor Emeritus Norman Ruff inspired entire generations of scholars at the university
Athlone Court offices take a mid-morning break to see the partial eclipse
John Furlong, George Heller, Dr. Roger Jackson and Iona Campagnolo will take the lead.
The tiny district earned points for its scenery, friendliness, accessible transit and charm
Eight new buses and an additional 20,000 of service planned to start this fall
Young Sooke musician Taylor Caspersen has always loved to play music for…
Writer brings the topic of sexual abuse to the forefront and how her faith helped her
Neil Fawdry left behind a legacy with both the Victoria MG Club and the Sooke community
Ann Talbot saw a large round glowing object hover and fly across the Sooke Basin last week.