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‘Two chicks by the sea’ saved by their guardian angels

North Saanich Fire Department rescues two snowed-in seniors

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Ping pong paul
Library Sooke
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Bears in Sooke

Pedestrian struck while crossing Oak Bay Avenue

Pedestrian suffered minor injuries and was transported to hospital

Saanich says Regina Park costs won’t melt away snow budget

Municipality has so far spent $25,000 on snow removal

Vancouver Island Snowmageddon finally over?

Wet flurries possible, but school districts open, last night’s dump probably the last gasp.

Snow days prove costly for many workers

Employment Standards Act doesnt cover businesses closed due to weather

Our Place turns up the glamour for Beauty Day

The annual event will run from 9 to 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 15

Concern over student vaping grows in Vancouver Island schools

Island Health officer says parents and educators have ample reason to be concerned

Saanich residents want municipality to show creativity in saving trees

Petition against cutting down five healthy Garry oak trees has collected 80 signatures

Sewer line rupture closes washrooms and kitchens at B.C. Legislature

Facilities on east side of building closed after line bursts

Wall of ice blocking Tulista Park boat ramp to be cleared Friday

Some boat owners were unhappy that Sidney’s snow was being dumped at the Tulista Park boat ramp

Skittles spends Valentine’s Day with his new family

A Victoria puppy whose life was saved by a shot of naloxone has been adopted

Drainage a concern due to melting snow in Sidney

Businesses mostly all open in Sidney as the snow continues to be cleared from the roads

West Shore RCMP responds to 75 traffic incidents in five days during snow storms

26 collisions on the West Shore during recent storms, no major injuries reported

WATCH: More surveillance footage from early morning ATM theft in Langford

West Shore RCMP investigating, 2017 robbery not believed to be linked to recent thefts