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Man sets off explosives in neighbourhood dispute: VicPD

Regional emergency response team called after residents report hearing possible gunshot

Despite research report, not all Victoria youth feel disconnected from community

Youth Vital Signs report helps focus resources, create awareness: executive director

Pedestrians cross Douglas Street on Monday morning. Police and ICBC are asking both motorists and pedestrians to take more care to avoid accidents on the road at this time of year.

Poor visibility among problems on roads

Higher accident numbers involving pedestrians common in fall and winter

Pedestrians cross Douglas Street on Monday morning. Police and ICBC are asking both motorists and pedestrians to take more care to avoid accidents on the road at this time of year.

Shipbuilding stakeholders talk shop in Esquimalt

Seaspan, post-secondary institutions, federal government, Township represented at roundtable discussion

Greater Victoria customers may be among those receiving payday loan fee refunds

The Cash Store and Instaloans ordered to return $1 million on transactions as far back as 2009

Woman arrested for robberies of young girls, students

Robberies occurred near Hillside Centre, Mayfair Mall last month

Spike in pedestrian-driver collisions prompts warnings

The shortest days of the year can also be the most deadly for pedestrians, says coroner

Suspicious fire destroys abandoned Victoria home

Fire broke out after reports of loud explosions in 800-block of Queens Ave.

Man found shot at Westside Village shopping centre

No risk to public safety, injury likely self-inflicted: VicPD

The CRD Hazmat team responds to a potentially dangerous mix of pool chemicals at Parkside Victoria resort and spa this morning. Two workers exposed to the noxious fumes were taken to hospital as a precautionary measure.

Condos evacuated after chemical scare

HAZMAT team responds after pool chemicals improperly mixed: Victoria Fire Department

The CRD Hazmat team responds to a potentially dangerous mix of pool chemicals at Parkside Victoria resort and spa this morning. Two workers exposed to the noxious fumes were taken to hospital as a precautionary measure.
A museum visitor checks out a photograph of a snow monkey by Dutch photographer Jasper Doest at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012 exhibit now on display at the Royal BC Museum.  The exhibit features images from around the world including one taken at Fairy Lake near Port Renfrew.

World’s best wildlife photography on display at Royal B.C. Museum

Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition on until April 2013

A museum visitor checks out a photograph of a snow monkey by Dutch photographer Jasper Doest at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012 exhibit now on display at the Royal BC Museum.  The exhibit features images from around the world including one taken at Fairy Lake near Port Renfrew.
Workers tear down the old Dave Wheaton car dealership buildings on the corner of Douglas and Finlayson Streets.

Former Cornell Chev-Olds store being leveled for dealership move

Lexus-Toyota kicks off massive construction overhaul at new site

Workers tear down the old Dave Wheaton car dealership buildings on the corner of Douglas and Finlayson Streets.

CRD sewage committee rejects bid to delay treatment project

Non-elected oversight commission to be created to run the project

Belfry aims to recover costs from cancelled wine auction

Theatre advocates try again with Victoria fundraiser

Public input sought on CRD deer report

Local councils need to act before province takes action: staff report

A Vicinity bus

Premium payments, new buses rile Victoria transit commission member, bus union

B.C. Transit accused of provoking union, bus 'stunt' during bargaining

A Vicinity bus

CFB Esquimalt cancels holiday lighting contest

Construction on base blamed for axing of popular event

Work continues on the expansion of the Hillside Centre Mall including this large wood-framed awning entrance next to the food court.

Victoria’s Hillside Centre hits new milestone

Construction slated for completion by summer 2013, Target by 2014

Work continues on the expansion of the Hillside Centre Mall including this large wood-framed awning entrance next to the food court.

Greater Victoria sewage decisions delayed

Mass public turnout at meeting; most speakers opposed to plan

Tourism Victoria optimistic about potential changes

Destination B.C. could help enhance city marketing plans: Tourism Victoria CEO