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COURAGE REMEMBERED: A remarkable journey through modern-day conflict

Victoria police officers remember the aftermath of the Kosovo war

Young Saanich Peninsula hockey players hope to score big for kids in need

Peninsula Eagles Atoms taking pledges per goal scored this season

Cleanup continues after fire at Mustard Seed Food Bank

Arson suspected, Victoria police investigating Queens Avenue blaze among string of fires

McKenna Concert
    Tackling the Canadian Forces' physical fitness test
      Reena Remembered: 20 years later
        Reena Virk's father speaks to Reena's legacy

          Ross Bay cemetery ceremony little-known, but meaningful

          Service is an undertaking of the Naval Fleet School in Esquimalt

          West Shore RCMP searching for man who approached boy in Colwood

          Boy was approached at the corner of Painter and Cotlow roads

          Old Memorial Arena flagpole raised once again

          Royal Oak Burial Park raises salvaged flagpole for Canada 150th Remembrance Day

          Esquimalt installs new interpretive signage for Fort Macaulay

          The project was made possible through Canada 150 funding

          Victoria police news In Brief for Nov. 8

          Bear spray assault downtown, garbage fires investigated

          West Shore RCMP busy with two robberies, two hours apart

          Incidents took place on Tuesday behind the Cineplex Movie Theatre on Jacklin Road

          Nanoose Bay sledgehammer assault leads to end of theft spree

          64-year-old wrestles female assailant to ground after being struck in eye

          • Nov 8th, 2017

          Man with bear spray attacks downtown security guard

          VicPD still seeking suspect of alleged assault

          COURAGE REMEMBERED: Time spent serving his country changed grandfather’s view of the world

          An excerpt from a letter by Jeremy J. Fry on his grandfather, a First and Second World War veteran

          Constitutional challenge in polygamy case delayed

          Legal process for fundamentalist Mormon leader found guilty of polygamy grinds to a halt.

          North Saanich’s suite plan at odds with community association

          Distirct wants rules to apply to everyone; private restrictions in Dean Park beg to differ

          Key players talk bus lanes to help with Colwood Crawl

          Local municipal reps pushing for Trans-Canada Highway fix

          • Nov 7th, 2017

          Witness in Victoria court case admits to previous killings

          The man was a paid agent of the RCMP, who say they had no evidence to back up the confessions

          Sooke’s Most Wanted

          Police looking for these three men in the Sooke area

          • Nov 7th, 2017

          LETTER: EDPA item drowned Uptown Douglas Corridor at Monday council

          Uptown Douglas Corridor Plan report at a crucial stage

          • Nov 7th, 2017

          Victoria’s unemployment rate lowest in Canada

          British Columbia also enjoys the lowest unemployment rate among all provinces.