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As of 10 a.m. on May 23 both Colwood and View Royal fire departments made the switch from Langford to the Saanich fire dispatch service.
On Monday, David Hawley packed his panniers, put on his helmet and dipped his back tire in the Pacific Ocean.
Every Thursday an average of 14 students will see the school nurse at the clinic, which is the first of its kind in Greater Victoria.
The bike washed ashore on a beach in Haida Gwaii at the end of April after being swept out to sea in the tsunami that hit Japan in 2011.
Eight magicians from up and down the coast will come together for a night of Mirth and Magic at Isabelle Reader Theatre on Sunday, May 27.
Notable car crashes happened leading up to the long weekend
Dispute comes before switching service from Langford to Saanich
Visitors to Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard National Historic Sites may have less time to get the full experience this year.
Two notable car crashes occurred in the days leading up to the Victoria Day long weekend.
Arrest made in Newfoundland for crimes against 16 year old girl
Friday night pick-up game offers a great chance to try sport of ultimate
Act of kindness leads to $5,000 donation after RRU students help 94-year-old man who fell and couldn't get up
Plans for Harley-Davidson still undecided, but motorcycle dealer promises a happy ending
Residents who don’t approve of the loan have until July 11 to submit a form to View Royal municipal hall.
TCH northbound lane closed near Thetis Lake for septic truck rollover
At 6 a.m. on May 1, more then 200 people lined up at the CFB Esquimalt Colwood “D” jetty for a quick boat ride across the harbour.
A Colwood entrepreneur is launching a private bus service to pick up where the cancellation of the military Blue Boat has left off.
West Shore RCMP is asking local merchants to be diligent about not manually keying in customers' credit card numbers.
A police officer had a close call at a speed trap in Metchosin last Thursday when he had to dodge out of the way of a vehicle.
B.C. Transit is moving its entire customer service operations, along with dispatch and 30 staff, from Victoria to Langford.