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‘Keep the coffee out of your rectum and in your cup’

‘Keep the coffee out of your rectum and in your cup’

Gwyneth Paltrow’s natural lifestyle website Goop is now recommending a do-it-yourself coffee enema

‘Keep the coffee out of your rectum and in your cup’
Kathleen Davis with Broken Promises Rescue cuddles with Nyx. The six-week-old kitten was dropped off at a local veterinary hospital with a severe infection in both eyes.                                 Dan Ebenal/News Staff

Severe infection threatens kitten’s eyesight

Victoria rescue organization nursing ‘feisty little thing’ back to health

Kathleen Davis with Broken Promises Rescue cuddles with Nyx. The six-week-old kitten was dropped off at a local veterinary hospital with a severe infection in both eyes.                                 Dan Ebenal/News Staff
Tories questioned on why they did not boot Beyak from caucus sooner

Tories questioned on why they did not boot Beyak from caucus sooner

Lynn Beyak told Senate that schools where Indigenous children endured abuse were not all bad

Tories questioned on why they did not boot Beyak from caucus sooner
Intel CEO talks security fixes, self-driving cars at Vegas gadget show

Intel CEO talks security fixes, self-driving cars at Vegas gadget show

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich opened the annual CES gadget show in Las Vegas

Intel CEO talks security fixes, self-driving cars at Vegas gadget show
The Ucluelet Volunteer Fire Brigade responded to a flipped fuel truck on Highway 4 near Kennedy Lake in June, 2017. (Photo-Ucluelet Volunteer Fire Brigade)

$30 million project to make Hwy 4 to Tofino better

Highways crews set to smooth out the Kennedy Lake climb starting this spring

The Ucluelet Volunteer Fire Brigade responded to a flipped fuel truck on Highway 4 near Kennedy Lake in June, 2017. (Photo-Ucluelet Volunteer Fire Brigade)
Gabriella Higdon from Saanich, left, with Rebecca Douglas from Port Alberni, lead Dalaena Reintjes from Duncan, second Libby Elliot from Parksville and third Brooke Reintjes from Duncan. The team is headed to the U18 provincials in Salmon Arm March 13 to 18. Submitted

Saanich curler helps Island team earn berth in U18 provincials

Saanich curler Gabriella Higdon is headed to the 2018 Optimist B.C. U18…

Gabriella Higdon from Saanich, left, with Rebecca Douglas from Port Alberni, lead Dalaena Reintjes from Duncan, second Libby Elliot from Parksville and third Brooke Reintjes from Duncan. The team is headed to the U18 provincials in Salmon Arm March 13 to 18. Submitted
Complaint about “excessive nudity” in change rooms

Complaint about “excessive nudity” in change rooms

Vancouver Island man says he is uncomfortable with level of nudity in men’s change room

Complaint about “excessive nudity” in change rooms
Girls take a trip out on a Coast Guard boat during an event in 2017. (Achieve Anything Foundation)

B.C. girls and women get a step up in the navy and coast guard

Achieve Anything Foundation offers chance to learn about high-tech careers

  • Jan 9, 2018
Girls take a trip out on a Coast Guard boat during an event in 2017. (Achieve Anything Foundation)
Wanted by Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers for the week of Jan. 9

Wanted by Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers for the week of Jan. 9

Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers is seeking the public’s help in locating the…

  • Jan 9, 2018
Wanted by Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers for the week of Jan. 9
Marijuana is grown for medical use, with production set to expand as recreational use is legalized. (Black Press files)

Use marijuana revenue for drug treatment, Todd Stone says

B.C. Liberal leadership candidate calls for dedicated fund

Marijuana is grown for medical use, with production set to expand as recreational use is legalized. (Black Press files)
A video created by the Cowichan Therapeutic Riding Association has gone viral. (screen shot)

VIDEO: Tiny therapeutic horse makes for touching story

Viral video from Vancouver Island therapeutic riding association has more than 500,000 views in just a few days

A video created by the Cowichan Therapeutic Riding Association has gone viral. (screen shot)
Mother Jennifer Brooks at a protest during the long consideration of charges in the police-shooting death of her son, Hudson, two-and-a-half years ago. (Tracy Holmes photo)

Officer accused in death of B.C. man elects for trial by judge and jury

Hudson Brooks killed outside South Surrey RCMP detachment in 2015

Mother Jennifer Brooks at a protest during the long consideration of charges in the police-shooting death of her son, Hudson, two-and-a-half years ago. (Tracy Holmes photo)
Skier killed in avalanche near Fernie

Skier killed in avalanche near Fernie

A 36-year-old man from Alberta died in an avalanche on Monday, Jan. 8.

  • Jan 9, 2018
Skier killed in avalanche near Fernie
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First known Canadian cases of canine influenza found in two Ontario dogs

The dogs were brought to Canada from South Korea through the United States

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Saanich councillor questions time management of colleagues

Saanich councillor questions time management of colleagues

Coun. Dean Murdock openly questioned council’s use of its time towards the…

Saanich councillor questions time management of colleagues
Oprah Winfrey accepts the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Sunday. (Paul Drinkwater/NBC via AP)

Oprah in 2020? Friends send mixed messages on her future

Gayle King: ‘She loves this country … but I don’t think she’s actively considering it at this time’

Oprah Winfrey accepts the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Sunday. (Paul Drinkwater/NBC via AP)
A man walks pass a sign for flu shots in Toronto. (Doug Ives/The Canadian Press)

Flu cases spike across Canada, signaling peak of epidemic: experts

The dominant influenza A strain is H3N2, which tends to infect seniors in greater numbers

A man walks pass a sign for flu shots in Toronto. (Doug Ives/The Canadian Press)
Port Moody Ranger Shawn Blakeway (in red, of the FVSL all-stars) leaps to head the ball against VISL player Daniel Lauvass of Gorge Backfit. The visiting Fraser Valley all-stars won both the masters game 2-1 and the Div. 1, premier men’s game 3-2 (in penalty kicks) at the Vancouver Island Soccer League’s All-Star weekend played at Hampton Park. Spencer Pickles/Black Press

Fraser Valley sweep Island in men’s all-star soccer weekend

Fraser Valley men win, forget trophy in Victoria after a day of celebration

Port Moody Ranger Shawn Blakeway (in red, of the FVSL all-stars) leaps to head the ball against VISL player Daniel Lauvass of Gorge Backfit. The visiting Fraser Valley all-stars won both the masters game 2-1 and the Div. 1, premier men’s game 3-2 (in penalty kicks) at the Vancouver Island Soccer League’s All-Star weekend played at Hampton Park. Spencer Pickles/Black Press
Jamie Bacon is shown during his April 2009 arrest in Abbotsford in relation to the Surrey Six murders. (File)

UPDATED: Mother of Surrey Six victim buoyed by decision to deny Jamie Bacon bail

Former Red Scorpion leader charged with counselling to commit murder

Jamie Bacon is shown during his April 2009 arrest in Abbotsford in relation to the Surrey Six murders. (File)
Trump gets a national anthem moment at football game

Trump gets a national anthem moment at football game

Most of the college football players remained in their locker rooms during the anthem

Trump gets a national anthem moment at football game