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Cut with perfectly symmetrical curved strips of light and dark cedar, Rodrigo Pampin’s polished canoe looks professional – and pricey.
For Saanich’s Westhaver family, a trip to Disney World in Florida next year will mark a clean break from three years of stress and worry.
A good chemistry show can open the minds of young people to the wonders of science. A fiery explosion or two helps.
Saanich police are on the hunt for a group of young teen boys suspected of igniting a tree growing against a wood-framed building
Police agencies using automated licence plate readers will have to rejig the technology in the wake of a ruling restricting its use
Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium creates online 140-year B.C. weather database
Line linked to recent Colquitz sheen leaked 200L of mineral oil over year
A sheen of oil found on Colquitz River last week likely leaked from underground high-voltage power cables, says B.C. Hydro.
50,000 words, one novel, 30 days
Remembrance Day effort seeks to help veterans in need
On a cold day last year, Jasmin Gerwien drove to the Dallas Road beach, said a prayer, and walked into the ocean water.
A blue laser light draws the eye to mechanical gizmos and circuit boards, all crammed into a frame about the size of a loaf of bread.
Pemberton Holmes donates extensive business archives to Royal B.C. Museum
A new totem pole has taken root outside the Victoria Native Friendship Centre after a ceremony today
Jason Van Winkle will spend the next three years behind bars in the wake of an unprovoked assault that left a man dead
UVic professor George Tzanetakis on track to create computer music systems that can jam with humans
I’ll say this right up front: I’m not eager to pay several hundred dollars more per year in taxes to feel better about flushing the toilet.
Toss a few horseshoes and get to know your neighbours Saturday at the Victoria Horseshoe Club
People try to steal identity through various scams, but mainly it’s done the old fashioned way – buy rooting through your garbage.
A Norwegian tanker that has landed in a Victoria court for alleged illegal dumping was nabbed by a Transport Canada surveillance flight.