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Piano Ferri donates Oak Bay painted instrument to Cool Aid

Cridge Centre, Pacifica Housing also gain a little music from Oak Bay’s painted pianos

Dozens pay tribute to murdered Victoria teen Reena Virk

Father advises gatherers to maintain a dialogue with their children as they reach adolescence and seek independence

“Do you have time to save a life?”

After finalizing sale of boat, seller borrows it back to save life

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Police attending multi-vehicle crash on Sooke Road
Award-winning distillery relocating to Sooke
EMCS welcomes new principal, Laura Fulton
Speaking out about dementia

VIDEO: 92-year-old WWII veteran united with family of fallen soldier after decades-long search

Oak Bay High students unknowingly enable connection after leaving cards on a grave in France

B.C. says 50-50 pot tax split with feds not good enough, province needs more

Ottawa is proposing an excise tax of $1 per gram of marijuana or 10 per cent of final retail price

VIDEO: Nanaimo woman surprised by deer’s fence-jumping fail

Natasha Mickey posted deer-bailing incident to Facebook

First responders in Victoria bring man back to life

This was one of multiple calls for overdoses in the downtown core of Greater Victoria on Thursday morning.

Young Island hockey fan gets to hang with her hockey hero

Mackinkley Whalen, 11, wrote a ‘get well soon’ card to Ryan Kesler and got a heck of a surprise

Oak Bay retiree ready to do bread battle on CBC

Episode Two of The Great Canadian Baking Show on Wednesday

School garden teaching students value of outdoor activity

Students, local club enjoyed fruits of labour during special lunch

REPLAY: B.C. this week in video

In case you missed it, here’s a look at replay-worthy highlights from across the province this week.

VIDEO: Jagmeet Singh wants drugs decriminalized

The new leader of the federal NDP says his party would decriminalize all drugs, not just marijuana. Jagmeet Singh addressed delegates at the BC New Democrat convention in Victoria on Saturday.

The race for Greater Victoria’s 150th little free library is on

Greater Victoria Placemaking Network maps the neighbourhood book boxes and hopes to hit 150 in 2017

Libraries check in 1,000 pounds of food for food banks

Library program forgave late fees for food donations benefitting the community

Millionaire Lottery funds ‘ordinary’ to extraordinary equipment for care

Andrew Cho is one of thousands who have relied on lottery-funded equipment to recover, rehabilitate

Horgan slams U.S. duties on lumber

B.C. Premier John Horgan says job loss is a very “real and present concern.”