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West Shore on the Go (Part 3 of 3): Councillors from Langford, Colwood look for solutions

‘We have to start looking creatively at how we’re going to move people:’ Colwood councillor

Langford’s 2017 tax increase translates to roughly $30 per home

Major road projects and new rugby centre included as big ticket items

Langford tightens liquor zoning in preparation for legalized marijuana sales

New regulations could prevent pot shops from popping up on every corner

Fire strikes Langford paint store early Monday morning

Cleanup will take a while, but store manager expects commercial sales to continue

Water main upgrades on Admirals Road in View Royal

Some traffic delays Monday and Thursday this week

  • Apr 24th, 2017

CANDIDATE PROFILE: Retired botanist Andy MacKinnon’s outdoors background aligns him with Greens

Metchosin councillor hopes to give provincial electors somethign to vote ‘for’ on May 9

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Don Evans-Our Place, on Choices permit extension
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Hells Angels ride into Langford
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Hells Angels arrive at Langford's Devils Army clubhouse
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Langford Fire breathes new life into old truck
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No easy fix for traffic congestion around busy View Royal intersection

Extra traffic from Christie Point redevelopment a ‘neglible’ part of the mix, council hears

UPDATE: Possible link between cyclist hit-and-runs in Saanich

Young competitive rider, a regular at Colwood velodrome, anxious to get back on her bike

Greater Victoria farmers playing catch-up following cold, rainy winter

Unseasonable temperatures wreak havoc on a pair of Metchosin farms

O’Leary discusses immigration, economy during Conservative leadership campaign stop in Nanaimo

Canadian television personality meets with Conservative supporters in Nanaimo

Esquimalt teen’s overdose death leaves family devastated

“I had a feeling this was going to happen,” says father

WEST SHORE ON THE GO (Part 2 of 3): Service gaps make transit tough on some riders

Regular riders find the bus to be inconvenient when not making a simple round trip

Sooke School District continues pushing for Royal Bay expansion

No word from Ministry of Education on land purchase requests

Candy caper aftermath: Langford grocer wants police to get tougher on shoplifters

Shoplifting a common occurence according to Western Foods manager

Head-on Malahat crash snarls Tuesday morning commute north of Goldstream Provincial Park

Questions remain about how southbound driver crossed into oncoming lane

Easter theft thwarted in Langford

A pair of alleged thieves had their plans disrupted by a concerned citizen Sunday morning

WEST SHORE ON THE GO (Part 1 of 3): Commuting transit riders want improved travel times

Dedicated bus lanes through Langford, View Royal, Saanich would reduce Crawl, officials say

Candy caper goes sour for alleged shoplifter

Langford mayor helps Western Foods employees nab suspect

  • Apr 13th, 2017

Communist candidate to run in Esquimalt-Metchosin for B.C. election

University of Victoria student previously ran in 2015 federal election