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Mark Zelinski of Hamilton, Ont. spent 35 years travelling the world and snapping photographs, which he compiled into a selection of hardcover books. He'll sell them today at Coles Books in Tillicum Shopping Centre to help offset the cost of donating about 6,000 copies to children all over the world.
"I think it's ridiculous on a business and a personal level," said Andrea Sinclair, owner of Sunshine Tanning on Shelbourne Street. "Even if their parents want them to come in for their issues, they can't, and I think that it's a parent's right to choose."
Despite economic downturn, Greater Victoria property values hold steady
4,200 people participated in the Run for the Cure at the University of Victori
Christopher Mavrikos, 32, hopes to raise thousands of dollars for breast cancer research in memory of his late mother
Victoria man hopes to raise $10,000 at evening event
Police seek help to identify suspect
Alice Carr's former house suffering structural damage
Riders discuss biking up Mount Washington and the hill to the Observatory, as part of their training rides
Wrong way driving comes at wrong time for UVic student
School bus hit man crossing road at Craigflower and Admirals
Two men from mainland busted on Wednesday with one other
This is the first time the band, comprised of current and retired officers and civilians, has performed outside of Canad
Region’s employment outlook shows 10 per cent net increase
On Saturday at 11 p.m., a man walked from the Tillicum area to Government and Fort streets with three rifles fully visible.
Third Quarter aims to tap into skills of people over 50
Philbert Truong, 20, shot to death outside Victoria nightclub
Epicentre was off northwest coast of Vancouver Island
$70,000 worth of drugs netted from Songhees-area apartment; drugs also seized in unrelated Esquimalt drug bust
CFB Esquimalt employee saw big cat near Macaulay elementary