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Victorians react badly, but nothing like Vancouver riots
Mildred Place in Saanich overrun by police, ambulance crews as officers negotiate standoff
Kaleidoscope Theatre plays A Midsummer Night's Dream, starting tonight
Public reaction to Oak Bay Lodge vote shows more public engagement needed, says Coun. Tara Ney
Secondary students target of message about suicide and mental health
Esi Edugyan of Victoria wins Giller Prize for Half-Blood Blues
Mike Delamont: A One Night World Tour comes to Victoria, and you could see it for free
Phyllis Serota reflects on influences, experiences
Victoria Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils will host two meetings before the Nov. 19 election
Province agrees to chip in $50.1 million for $64-million project
Loyal, generous founder of Thrifty Foods celebrated at Sunday memorial in Victoria
Photographer’s images paired with artworks for showing at Cedar Hill Rec Centre’s gallery café
Portraiture project pairs students, seniors to bridge generational divide
In all, 16 people vie for eight seats with the Greater Victoria school district
Occupy Victoria, like its New York City counterpart, aims to bring to light the intrinsic problems with banks lending and reporting money they don’t actually have, said organizer Greg Hill
Fire, police, hazmat crews on scene near Shoal Point; traffic being re-routed
Not only was Sardul S. Gill's $5-million donation the largest-ever gift to a UVic graduate program and the largest-ever gift from an alumnus to the university, it might also be the biggest gift to any Canadian university from a person of South Asian descent, according to UVic.
When runners are delirious, it’s best to keep the cheers personal.
Registration down from last year’s record participation
With two dozen preschool-age children jumping and cheering, the atmosphere was literally electric outside Saanich Commonwealth Place Thursday afternoon.