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As potentially dangerous debris from Japan's tsumani washes up on B.C.'s shore, the need for a plan grows more pressing.
When the province and federal governments fork over $500 million, most cities would celebrate the economic benefits
Cautionary tales of young people acting foolishly, and paying the price with injury or death, seem to appear every year in Greater Victoria.
Note to Esquimalt council: There’s no shame in licking your wounds.
The provincial government has settled contract negotiations with all but a few public sector unions and stayed the course on net zero.
When the salaries of the highest-paid individuals working for Victoria are listed each year, it routinely causes people to gasp.
Perhaps it’s human nature to want what you can’t have, or can’t afford.
You might notice graffiti tags popping up and remaining in place in Saanich over the next fiscal year.
Monday’s announcement that the Janion building has been purchased for redevelopment is a good sign for downtown Victoria.
At a time when people are looking for some stability, Queen Elizabeth II is as good a person to look to as anyone.
NDP MLA John Horgan knows he crossed the line when he called out the blustering theatrics of Liberal MLA Kevin Krueger.
We are troubled by news that Veterans Affairs Canada is downsizing its department, including the district office in Victoria.
Upgrading dispatch centres should be done with the big picture in mind
Hopefully move will help find efficiencies needed to entice more drivers to use transit
Last weekend’s long weekend unofficially ushered in the summer season, which for many, means more time on the road.
Capital Regional District still waiting for confirmation of funding from province, feds for sewage treatment plant
Police are hitting problem roads to drive home the idea that tailgating, speeding and high-risk driving won’t be tolerated.
Victoria council is floating the possibility of putting naming rights to major public facilities out to tender.
It is not OK to endanger the lives of innocent people but the punishment must fit the crime.
You have to wonder if the attempt to bring the Juno Awards to Victoria would be easier if our city wasn’t split into 13 jurisdictions.