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Developers to put 25,000 cubic metres of Esquimalt fill into Cordova Bay site

Cordova Bay’s Trio site development still awaiting redesign

Boxes and boxes and boxes of books at annual Used Book Sale

Friends of GVPL Used Book Sale at Pearkes, Nov. 25 and 26

Widow of chef killed by SUV gives birth to twin boys

Khushal Rana was struck and killed by an out-of-control vehicle on Gorge Road last month

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Mother of sick Sooke boy asks government to help fund treatment
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Sooke ocean-front home grand prize for Millionaire Lottery
    RCMP respond to single vehicle accident on Sooke Road
      Sooke man attempts to break world record in squats to fundraise for B.C. childrens hospital

        Development a risk to Garry oak woodlands: neighbour

        Foul Bay Road development heads to public hearing

        Wet weather expected for much of coastal B.C.

        The Weather Network is calling for up to 200mm of rain to fall in some areas of the South Coast and Vancouver Island

        West Shore RCMP catch thieves in the act in Colwood

        Thieves were trying to steal a utility trailer from the driveway of a home

        Think of Me program shows speeders what’s at stake

        Oak Bay Police hand out elementary school students’ drawings with warnings and tickets to speeders

        Meet View Royal’s newest councillor

        Damian Kowalewich elected to council with a landslide 518 votes in Saturday’s byelection

        Peninsula Panthers finally solve the Kerry Park Islanders

        Panthers score first win over Islanders in 13 games over two seasons

        Video suggests new McKenzie Interchange berm has already breached a mandated setback

        Video shows project sediment fence within mandated setback of Colquitz River

        High winds cancel slew of BC Ferries sailings

        Travel to and from Victoria and Vancouver as well as Northern Gulf Islands affected

        Quick-thinking residents help contain fire in Colwood

        Department says fire would have been worse if not for actions of tenant and neighbour

        Broadmead hosts Holiday Shred-A-Thon this Saturday

        Great chance to safely dispose of outdated but sensitive documents

        B.C. needs Disability Act: Victoria council

        Council motion asks province to make B.C. barrier free

        VIDEO: Uptown Noodlebox restaurant catches fire

        Daycare evacuated while crews fight kitchen fire

        Uptown’s Christmas Tree Light Up is Saturday night

        Uptown assembling 54-foot-tall tree for fifth annual Light Up

        Port Alberni resident robbed with weapon, thieves steal thousands

        Most of the stolen currency is in Canadian $100 bills. The police investigation is ongoing.

        • Nov 17th, 2017

        Victoria Police meet Aboriginal activists for afternoon flick

        The group gathered as part of ongoing series of events supporting reconciliation efforts