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Early sea rescue work adds character to Loran Scholar

Claremont student among 33 Canadians selected for scholarship

VIDEO: Former conservation officer seeks NDP nomination in Oak Bay-Gordon Head

John Horgan, BC NDP leader, endorses former conservation officer Bryce Casavant for provincial NDP nomination in Oak Bay-Gordon Head

(VIDEO) Transplant recipients say thank you

BC Transplant’s Operation Popcorn marks 25 years

William and Kate greet Canadians at the B.C. Legislature lawn

Duchess of Cambridge offers parenting tips to one fan with six-month-old girl

Police just miss funny money suspect

Suspect flee after fake $100 bill spotted in Oak Bay

Doc Marty on call for much-needed stretchers

Royals hope to raise $27,000 to get electric stretchers for Victoria General and Royal Jubilee Hospital ERs

Election 2015: Tight race the likely reason for long lineups at advance polls

Victoria area polling stations among the busiest during advance polls

Meet the candidates in Victoria — Murray Rankin – NDP

Murray Rankin, holds a certain fondness for the group that was once called the Western Canada Wilderness Committee.

UVic deer signs appear targeted in theft

The University of Victoria was first to approve Fawns Crossing signs and those were the first to disappear.

UVIc to resurrect Chinese Canadian artifacts

Database will make history accessible to residents and researchers

GREAT TEACHERS: Technology playing a key role in today’s classrooms

Students at Monterey middle school in Oak Bay work with teacher using tools they're familiar with

‘God particle’ physicist visits University of Victoria

Inaugural Alan Astbury memorial public lecture honours the late professor with Nobel connections

Students take aim at new coal exports

Oak Bay’s Weaver the only MLA willing to sign commitment

Film sheds light on domestic violence

Victoria Women's Transition House aims to raise awareness

Saanich fares better than neighbours, but kitchen scraps solution still up in the air

Saanich’s organic waste continues to be trucked to Cobble Hill each week for processing, while scraps from elsewhere head to Richmond

Celebrating December’s other holiday

Hanukkah celebrates light of the eternal flame

Incoming chair aims to rebuild trust in CRD

Sewage treatment and kitchen scraps the big hurdles heading into 2015

More treatment options than west vs. east

Colwood, Langford and View Royal join Township of Esquimalt, Songhees Nation in group split off by CRD board

Teen gives back: En Pointe

Hero Holiday offers glimpse into humanitarian work

Saanich teens win United Way green award for school programs

Fiona Gregg and Anna Stark share United Way's Green Youth Award for encouraging sustainable living at Reynolds secondary