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B.C’s Zhang set to make 5th Olympic appearance for Canada

B.C’s Zhang set to make 5th Olympic appearance for Canada

The 35-year-old matched Canada’s best-ever Olympic table tennis result in women’s singles in Tokyo
Drug-impaired driver crashes into parked vehicle in Langford

Drug-impaired driver crashes into parked vehicle in Langford

The driver performed poorly in a field sobriety test
How intimate partner violence can damage the brain: B.C. study

How intimate partner violence can damage the brain: B.C. study

Surrey, Nanaimo, Cowichan, Kelowna all taking part in a UBC study aimed at improving the diagnosis of brain injuries in survivors
Police seek owners of new vehicles in fatal hit-and-run near Duncan

Police seek owners of new vehicles in fatal hit-and-run near Duncan

Unclear why probe focusing on vehicles photographed miles away from where Leanne Joe, 17, died on April 18
Canadian acting icon Donald Sutherland dead at 88

Canadian acting icon Donald Sutherland dead at 88

Towering actor whose career spanned ‘M.A.S.H.’ to ‘Hunger Games’ won hnourary Oscar in 2017
'Standing for the average person': Rustad lays out B.C. Conservative policy

'Standing for the average person': Rustad lays out B.C. Conservative policy

Conservative Party of B.C. Leader John Rustad speaks to the Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce
Suspect in custody after downtown Victoria stabbing

Suspect in custody after downtown Victoria stabbing

One man hospitalized after Centennial Square stabbing
Drug user groups want court to quash B.C. drug ‘recriminalization’

Drug user groups want court to quash B.C. drug ‘recriminalization’

13 non-profits allege government recriminalized public drug possession ‘with minimal justification’
In Canada’s biggest cities, deaths rise with the temperature: study

In Canada’s biggest cities, deaths rise with the temperature: study

Extreme heat deaths higher among seniors and in cities with more renters, study says
Canada promises to meet NATO target as secretary-general visits Ottawa

Canada promises to meet NATO target as secretary-general visits Ottawa

Canada is expected to spend 1.37 per cent of its GDP on defence, short of 2% target