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Victoria Natural History Society offers variety of September programs

Victoria Natural History Society offers variety of September programs

Plants and sea life among the topics for discussion this month
Victoria dancer leaps into Russia’s Red Square

Victoria dancer leaps into Russia’s Red Square

Highland dancer part of Spasskaya Tower International Military Music Festival
HOMEFINDER: Art and homes on display in Art Gallery of Greater Victoria tour

HOMEFINDER: Art and homes on display in Art Gallery of Greater Victoria tour

Oak Bay home and art collection open for viewing Sept. 24
Saanich church to raise funds for refugees

Saanich church to raise funds for refugees

A local church wants to help four individuals start new lives in Canada after they have escaped two of the most repressive regimes in the world, but remain in limbo.
Hurricane Irma slams Caribbean islands as Category 5 storm

Hurricane Irma slams Caribbean islands as Category 5 storm

This is the strongest Atlantic hurricane ever recorded north of Caribbean and east of Gulf of Mexico
Damage tallied as B.C. wildfire battle continues

Damage tallied as B.C. wildfire battle continues

Currently more than 400 structures known to be affected
Saanich police cracking down on drivers in school zones

Saanich police cracking down on drivers in school zones

While some time may pass before final details become available, Saanich Police spent Tuesday enforcing school zone rules.
Tax changes needed to avoid ‘two classes of Canadians’: finance minister

Tax changes needed to avoid ‘two classes of Canadians’: finance minister

Entrepreneurs, including in B.C., say incentives allow them to take on risks of opening companies
B.C. farmers impacted by wildfires to receive $20-million boost

B.C. farmers impacted by wildfires to receive $20-million boost

1,207 wildfires have burned across B.C. this year in the Cariboo, Kamloops and southeast region
A better way to shoot a bear

A better way to shoot a bear

Chilliwack photographer thinks revenue can still be made, despite the province’s end to grizzly bear trophy hunting