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Small crews battle ravenous invasive bullfrogs that gobble up native species

American bullfrogs diet includes smaller native frogs, local salamanders and songbirds

Indigenous People’s week kicks off with feast, youth sports clinic

June 17 event sees youth learn from Pacific FC, national rugby players, Shamrocks

Langford’s affordable housing ownership program has 21-family wait list

Mayor says city subsidizes large affordable housing projects

Small crews battle ravenous invasive bullfrogs that gobble up native species

American bullfrogs diet includes smaller native frogs, local salamanders and songbirds

West Shore housing prices slightly higher as home sales edge up

Single-family home sales in Langford up 38 per cent since last year

Premier’s office one of 17 rallies across B.C. calling for protection of old-growth forest

Protestor questions Horgan’s commitment to mitigate ‘climate degradation’

CRD animal control dealt with 10 ‘significant’ dog attacks in May

In all 10 cases the dog was declared dangerous and two had to be put down

Drivers to be ‘more aware’ says fire chief after motorcyclist goes over Colwood embankment

Assistant fire chief reminds summertime traffic leads to more chances of vehicle incidents

Rebels sign 50 players to 2019 roster

Additional players sought in coming weeks

Rebels cheerleaders fundraise for a trip to Washington

Bottle drive raises money for 14 athletes to attend a national cheer camp

Metchosin mulls webcasting council meetings

Meetings may become more open to the public following budget discussions

More than 1,200 join 8th annual ‘Goddess’ charity run

Community charity drive raised money for cancer research this year

West Shore RCMP arrest man wielding gun near Trans-Canada Highway

Male driver faces several weapon charges as well as flight from police, dangerous operation of a vehicle

Pacific FC falters in a rematch against Wanderers

A penalty kick in the late game netted a win for Halifax

Royal Roads researcher builds virtual environments to study real-world effects of development

Video game software provides dynamic management tools for community planning

West Shore resident raises money for hospice care in marathon spin event

Colwood man plans to ride a spin bike for over 12 hours at the Juan de Fuca Recreation Centre

Provincial finance committee stops by Colwood for B.C. budget consultations

Daytime meeting at city hall chambers on June 10

Community members oppose controversial application for “soil recycling” permit in Metchosin

Council resolved to refer the matter back to staff for further information

SD62 board passes $143M budget, lone opposition concerned over library funding cuts

District expects to add 400 students this September, bringing the total to 11,226

New West Shore mental health and substance abuse clinic is first-of-its-kind

Residents will no longer have to make the trip down to Victoria