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It may not be popular with the pub crowd, but bumping up the minimum cost of alcoholic drinks could save lives
Once teeming with fish, anglers warn the Gorge Waterway is drying up
Local man earns lifetime achievement award for work with Boys and Girls Club
Tanker ship dumps fish oil in waters off west coast of Vancouver Island
Lesley Solunac found Lovey licking birdseed off her front porch.
Uncharacteristic traits for nine-year-old Emma Smith that prompted her parents to take the grade 4 student to the hospital for a check up.
Shelbourne Valley churches, neighbourhood group, work on creating a community kitchen
Daniel Davenport, 13, and his 11-year-old sister Amy were looking for a way to provide more than just gifts to the less fortunate
If you have never been allowed to play with your food, now is your chance.
Are your Christmas trees looking for a home after the holidays?
It is a new year, and Saanich might have a new tradition.
A redevelopment plan for Cadboro-Gyro Park will see development of its own.
Cedar Hill middle school fundraises cash, food for charity
Almost 200 elementary and middle school students and 13 teams from across Greater Victoria gathered at the University of Victoria
It took less than one hour for Victoria and Saanich police to return stolen property and arrest a man for a break and enter
Research at the University of Victoria has demonstrated that weight training by stroke victims can have twice the benefit to their bodies.
The Shelbourne Street Church of Christ hopes to give the gift of giving.
Sharp eyes and trained ears are on the lookout for our avian friends.
Canadian Blood Services and Food Banks B.C. are hoping their numbers get a shot in the arm this Christmas.
Largest farm in Saanich cutting back production next season