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That toonie glistening in your car's open ashtray is enough of an incentive for thieves to break in to your vehicle.
Jan. 22 pegged as strike day, unless B.C. Transit returns to bargaining: union president
Construction on the Craigflower Bridge will begin earlier than expected, as crews are slated to begin work on a pedestrian walkway in April.
By spring 2014, all Saanich residents will need to think twice before throwing away coffee filters, chicken bones and unwanted leftovers.
One quick look around Dean Jantzen's office and you'll get a good indication of the stories that have preoccupied much of his time.
The view from the expansive sun deck aback of Goward House is impressive – with sight lines looking out over the lush Cadboro Bay property.
Some staff on campus remain concerned about the air quality in Sedgewick building.
Chances are when you open your 2013 notice from B.C. Assessment, you'll see your property value has decreased since last year.
An exhaustive seven-month process to find a president for UVic ended with a recognizable name earning the high-profile appointment.
Cutbacks at the University of Victoria has resulted in the layoff of at least 24 employees so far
Phillip Jacobs took the stand Monday afternoon by explaining how, when he was a young priest he took teenage boys on overnight trips
District moves to limit amount of earth trucked onto private property
Another oil spill – presumed to be from a leaking home heating tank – has caused yet another environmental disaster
Unhappy property owners say they may still put cattle feed lot on the land
Holiday revellers are giving police something to smile about, as officers ramp up their Christmas CounterAttack program
Average Saanich home will have $722 water, sewer bill in 2013
Municipality faces tax hike for police department to join specialized investigative unit
Saanich police are crediting a 17-year-old girl for intervening in a frightening abduction attempt.
Heating oil tanks: unregulated, uninsurable, and homeowners are on the hook for leaks
Saanich police are looking for a man who robbed a karaoke bar at knifepoint Monday night.