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Saanich-Gulf Islands Conservatives meeting Tuesday

Town hall-style meeting on party policy suggestions

Expenses rack up for family trying to return dead son’s body home

Fundraiser set up for Penticton family to help with expenses related to transporting their son

Victoria weather: rain with risk of thunderstorm

Grab your umbrella, the rain will continue through the end of next week

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Funeral procession for Const. Ian Jordan
Minister blames 'uncertainty' for stalling pipeline expansion
Grand chief accuses feds of groveling to Kinder Morgan

Big Read: locked out of the woods

Vancouver Islanders struggle to balance back country public access with private land protection

Victoria officer injured during Trudeau visit

Man charged after assault involving PM security detail

  • Apr 6th, 2018

Collision between backhoe and vehicle sends one to hospital

Crash occurred at Jacklin Road and Jenkins Avenue in Langford

April showers make Vancouver Island residents wonder: is it really spring?

But March was fifth driest in region on record on southern Island

Several vehicles damaged in View Royal

West Shore RCMP asking witnesses to come forward

Four Victoria police officers assaulted in past 24 hours

One officer still in hospital, Taser used in attempt to stop suspect

Coroner’s inquest due for 2016 death of man in Saanich

Andre Claude Boucher died shortly after he was found unresponsive in Saanich Police custody

New Sooke Road bus stops must be rebuilt

Six locations need to be re-done due to incorrect sizing

Significant developments Sidney to get more public scrutiny

Council approves recommendations from community group

Colwood joins chorus calling for province to split pot revenues

Municipalities want fair and equitable split of revenues

WATCH: New residents settling in to former Tally Ho Motel

Cool Aid providing supportive housing for ex-Choices residents and others

Protesters gather ahead of Trudeau visit to Victoria Coast Guard station

Prime Minister’s visit comes amid public demonstrations about the Trans Mountain pipeline

  • Apr 5th, 2018

Trudeau says Trans Mountain pipeline will go through

Prime Minister tells British Columbians that Canada is building a strong economy and being responsible to the environment

Trudeau says Trans Mountain pipeline will go through

Prime Minister tells British Columbians that Canada is building a strong economy and being responsible to the environment

Habitat project shores up Pat Bay

Over time, adding gravel to the North Saanich beach supports fish habitat

Clean up creates grave problems at Sooke cemetery

Family upset after mementos destroyed after spring maintenance