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Council calling on B.C. government to better fund post-secondary education
Acclaimed Reynolds secondary principal, Alana Charlton, retires on Jan. 31 after a public education career spanning 45 years
Victoria, Saanich police called out to two early morning commercial break-ins Monday
More than $100,000 worth of cigarettes were stolen in 2012 from the vehicles of Costco customers all over B.C.
Connecting kids with the natural environment is the goal of an expanding program at the University of Victoria’s Family Centre.
A tire became detached from its vehicle and flew across the Pat Bay Highway Wednesday, striking a car travelling in the other direction.
The discovery of two deer has police concerned a poacher is firing high-powered crossbow in urban Saanich.
A number of residents in the 2700-block of Foul Bay Rd. were awoken early Saturday morning by the sound of a car crashing through a hedge
Saanich police are warning people to be wary of handing over money at your doorstep to anyone claiming to be collecting for charity.
Province makes drinking and driving prohibitively expensive and inconvenient in a bid to change driver behaviour
Saanich police are hopeful the arrest of a well-known offender Friday morning will put to rest the recent rash of vehicle break-ins.
Capital Regional District confirms the presence of toxic blue-green algae at Beaver and Elk lakes.
The driver of a 2012 Toyota RAV4 that flipped over in a three-car crash Thursday night is lucky to have escaped without serious injury.
Sensory experience will cure the winter blues
Sixty-two reported thefts from vehicles parked in Saanich in the first two weeks of 2013 has police concerned.
Police arrested a Saanich woman Monday after attempting to pay for an item at a store in Tillicum Centre using a counterfeit $20 U.S. bill.
Appeals Justice finds trial judge "erred in law" in Camaso civil ruling against police officer and Saanich
The last chapter in the 30-year-long history of the Cadboro Bay Book Company is coming to an end.
By late spring 2014, every Saanich home will receive a large green bin on wheels to collect and recycle their kitchen scraps.
Some wood-glass canopies to be replaced by black fabric awnings