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For someone to go out and essentially do graffiti to eliminate graffiti seems very hypocritical, very paradoxical."
Nearly 300 people who turned out to an open house Monday night at the Cedar Hill clubhouse, which will close its restaurant on Feb. 18.
Municipal engineers are at the mercy of the fish in the Gorge Waterway, complicating plans to build the new Craigflower Bridge.
Members of Vic High’s R&B band will travel to Ottawa as part of a whirlwind trip back east marking the band’s 20th year in existence.
Flash drive containing employee personal information still missing
Bacteria strain can only be transmitted through contact with infected person
"We're not 100 per cent sure there's an association (between the found items and what was taken from UVic)," said Sgt. Dean Jantzen.
Greater Victoria employers using data breach as a learning opportunity
An "unusual bulge" in a suspect's underwear netted police a small amount of meth and cocaine early Thursday morning.
Five copper wire thefts from B.C. Hydro in Greater Victoria so far this month
University will foot bill for credit bureau services after data theft
I don’t want to admit it but I’m one of those drivers who gets annoyed by a slow cyclist inconveniencing a lane of car traffic.
Saanich police believe financial theft is connected to weekend data theft
Chair of UVic's cyber-security centre says incident was easily preventable
Elizabeth May faced major lifestyle changes after becoming the Green party’s first-ever candidate to be elected to the House of Commons.
Environment Canada is forecasting a clear but cool day on Sunday for the 2 p.m. event.
An estimated 2,500 Jews in the Capital Region have begun celebrating the eight-day Festival of Lights, better known as Hanukkah.
An inquest into the death of a 16-year-old patient who committed suicide last December
When federal NDP leader Jack Layton died in August, a major question loomed in the background.
Waterway's health is now in jeopardy, as an estimated 1,000 litres of home heating oil leaked into the river last week.