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Deep Cove Chalet set to re-open following fire

North Saanich eatery says July 24 will be ‘business as normal’ following rebuild

Two VicPD officers injured during mental health arrest

The officers sustained non-life-threatening injuries early Sunday morning

Saanich man escapes being run down by own truck

The man was working on his truck in the 800 block of Darwin Avenue, when it started to roll on him

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Traffic lights out on Highway 1 at McKenzie

Major delays are expected for the morning on the Trans-Canada Highway

UPDATED: Saanich Police arrest driver after serious hit and run

Motorists advised to avoid area of McKenzie Avenue and Shelbourne Street

Location of Oak Bay’s Sea Lore still up in the air

Council declines to install Sea Lore along Beach Drive waterfront

Saanich councillor wants to limit length of council meetings

Coun. Judy Brownoff says long meetings create perception of ineffectiveness

Victoria cyclist struck at Quadra and Finlayson

Cyclist taken to hospital, traffic delayed

Power restored in Oak Bay after early morning outage affects 27 residents

Outage caused after something came into contact with BC Hydro equipment

City-wide murder mystery game coming to Victoria

CluedUpp is bringing a virtual detective competition to the downtown area in October

Saanich resident helps take a bite out of global shark fin trade

Teale Phelps Bondaroff co-founded OceansAsia, the conservation group that flagged the shipment

Vehicle driven into North Saanich sewage pump station

Crews advising some North Saanich residents to avoid flushing toilets

Crews respond after Langford brush fire jumps to shed

No injuries reported, cause of fire unknown

West Shore RCMP bike unit patrols led to 65 arrest warrants, 77 criminal charges in one year

There are currently four members on the year-round bike patrol unit

Coast Salish artist creates huge drums to soothe the earth

Earth drums will be on display at Cedar Hill Recreation Centre in August

Ryan Windsor will carry Liberal banner for Saanich-Gulf Islands

Central Saanich mayor wins federal party’s nomination ahead of October election

WATCH: Crabbing on the coast is a pastime for some, a sustainable food source for others

Important to be aware of what’s safe to eat and what’s legal to keep

10,000th book delivered to Little Free Libraries in Greater Victoria

There are now 243 Little Free Libraries in the Capital Regional District

Think-tank’s B.C. school rankings given failing grade by educators

Fraser Institute rates province’s schools, critics say criteria too narrow