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Saanich Police still looking for answers into 1973 death

20-year-old man found unconscious in the intersection of West Saanich Road and Wilkinson Road

B.C. income assistance clients left on hold

Ombudsperson says some improvements being made

Road closures in effect for late Victoria police officer’s funeral procession

Police officers attending Ian Jordan’s service from across Canada and the U.S.

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Funeral procession for Const. Ian Jordan
Minister blames 'uncertainty' for stalling pipeline expansion

B.C. First Nation, governments sign first-ever emergency management agreement

A first of its kind agreement will see three levels of government work together so the Tsilhqot’in National Government can determine its emergency management

Fundraiser kicks off in honour of missing B.C. man presumed dead

David Kim, 45, went missing April 7 between Terrace and Prince Rupert

Upgrades coming for Otter Point Road

Improvements will widen and pave approximately two kilometres of road

Victoria naturopath treats boy with rabid dog saliva

Dr. Anke Zimmermann writes in a post on her website that the treatment was successful

Fail to pay child support in B.C? Lose your driver’s licence

New government bill would allow ICBC to cancel your licence if you don’t make payments

Local filmmaker examines alternative living situations

Forrest Stevens found out about the van life community three years ago

Trudeau capping French visit with National Assembly speech

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau capping French visit with National Assembly speech, then heads to U.K.

B.C. First Nation builds tiny homes amid housing crisis

Open to Indigenous and non-Indigenous tenants, project aims for affordability and zero hydro usage

B.C. road crews brace for winter storm

Southern Interior mountain passes to see upwards of 30 cm of snow overnight

More than 3,000 attend Humboldt Broncos hockey player funeral

Humboldt Broncos hockey player Evan Thomas remembered in Saskatoon

Saskatchewan farmer acquitted in death of Indigenous man guilty of gun charge

Gerald Stanley pleaded guilty to charges that involved six rifles and shotgun

Angels, crosses stolen from memorial in Langford

Memorial was set up to encourage people to slow down

David Foster Foundation aims to close the gap between organ donor believers and registrants

Canada’s National Organ & Tissue Donor Awareness Week is April 22 to 28

  • Apr 16th, 2018

Canada, France come together on climate-change fight

Canada, France promise to double down on climate-change fight amid U.S. inaction