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Hippo and T-Rex spotted in Langford
Langford resident gets 93rd birthday surprise
Asked about Trump's threats to protesters, Trudeau veers to Canada
Trudeau says PPE coming in but more domestic suppliers needed

Ruth and Dean restaurant opens doors in Estevan Village

Check out the 416 bar, a spin on the Toronto attempt at a Nanaimo bar

Downtown Victoria spa permanently closes its doors eight months after devastating fire

Sattva Spa will no longer reopen after the building was destroyed by neighbouring fire

Retailers name Victoria running business Store of the Year

Frontrunners Footwear recognized by the Canadian Independent Running Retailers of Canada

New report suggests first-time homebuyers on Vancouver Island need help from parents

All responding notaries on Vancouver Island say first-time homebuyers needed help for down payment

Youths face possible criminal charges after doing doughnuts in a Central Saanich hay field

Longview Farms estimates the damage to be in the thousands of dollars

Thefts of meat hit bottom lines of Canadian retailers

Meat along with baby formula among top items stolen from Canadian grocery stores

Job recruitment through social media rising in Canada

Social media fastest growing recruitment tool for Canadian employers

North Saanich won’t ask cannabis-related company for financial contribution

Rushco Properties plans to lease out former poultry farm to cannabis growers

Washington State Ferries suspends service to Sidney for winter

Seasonal service suspension starts Jan. 5 with service resuming March 29, 2020

Cannabis cultivation in North Saanich vows to not cause a stink, could open as early as May 2020

Rushco Properties, which plans to lease the facility to pot growers, has already received interest

Booming tech sector in Greater Victoria could be threatened by lack of physical space, executive talent

Tech sector’s economic impact on the region is expected to exceed $10 billion by 2030

Greater Victoria’s rental vacancy rate to rise in 2020: CMHC

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation also predicts fewer housing starts