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Both sides need to come to the table with a goal of finding tangible solutions to the most serious aboriginal issues
The onus is on the individual to defend wrongful drinking and driving charges
It’s time to look at a broader spectrum of care in Victoria
Creating new legislation, especially complicated regulations, takes time and patience
Despite the animosity with fans built over the last four months, the NHL will likely draw Canadians back to the game
With Enbridge hearings in Victoria shutting out residents, the government is not leaving us with the impression public interest is welcome.
Like a late Christmas present, Capital Region homeowners are eagerly tearing open their annual property value assessments this week
Greater Victoria residents continue to give, despite economic slowdowns and financial challenges
The public wants disputes that affect them to be settled quickly, but in 2012, certain issues seemed to move at glacial speed
2013 will make for some interesting scenarios around Victoria
Dec. 21 came and went, with no ill effects on Earth's existence
Saanich council reversed its ideologically driven position of preserving every scrap of agricultural land.
It’s been a bad few weeks for pedestrians in Greater Victoria.
Pushing decision on deer management back to municipalities delays the inevitable
Our Place is on leading edge of Victoria solution by providing food service on weekend
In recent months charity canvassers on downtown streets have come under fire.
B.C. Transit’s move to unveil a new model of community bus last week was ill-timed at best, provocative at worst.
All six candidates in the Nov. 26 Victoria federal byelection have offered their thoughts on sewage treatment for the Capital Region.
Volunteers who give their time to restorative justice programs may do more than meets the eye.
Victoria has gone strongly NDP in the past two elections, with popular former city councillor Denise Savoie on the ballot.