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Victoria Police warn public of email-based “sextortion” scam

The widespread scam asks people for cash after revealing an old computer password

Swim to save the Salish Sea takes first stroke

Six-day swim around Salt Spring Island aims to protect southern resident orcas

Postal worker suffers dog attack

Attack occurred as worker was making delivery

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West Shore RCMP at Thetis Lake
Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day
Can't erase history by tearing down statues: McKenna
Toronto gets $25 million from Ontario to fight gun violence

WATCH: Indigenous carvers bring art to the people outside Victoria’s Royal BC Museum

Crossing Cultures and Healing totem pole meant to move conversation beyond reconciliation

Long-time Metchosin councillor Moralea Milne passes away

Milne was first elected to the District in 2008

  • Jul 30th, 2018

Metchosin councillor killed in South Surrey collision

Police say preliminary evidence suggests stop sign was ‘disregarded’

Province warns Vancouver Island of expanded drought warning

Government urges residents, businesses to conserve water

  • Jul 31st, 2018

Bike patrol unit rolls onto the West Shore

New RCMP unit provides safety on trails

Update: Suspect identified in Victoria “restaurant rage” incident

Unhappy with her order at Hillside Avenue McDonald’s, lady threw items at employee, broke kiosk

Yellow Wolf Powwow postponed, but will return

Organizers need time to teach the next generation

Incident at helipad on Dallas Road leads to woman’s arrest

Suspect in possible trespass case was in water, later armed herself with small ladder

Small fire at 844 Johnson St. contained by Victoria fire crews

Incident only affected suite of origin, no injuries reported

View Royal budgets $31,000 for school crossing guards

Funds are for the new non-profit program for the Greater Victoria School District

Viva! Victoria Latin Fest to inspire city’s Latino communities

Organizer: “There are more than 22 countries in Latin America. Each one has a unique and rich culture.”

Sunscreen has far-reaching impact warns professor

UV protective clothing suggested as alternative

Anglers hit water tomorrow to protest fishery ban

The ban went into effect June 1 and lasts until Sept. 30.

  • Jul 28th, 2018

Aeriosa swings from Island trees

Aerial dance group returns to Esquimalt with new program dedicated to Salish Sea

Hollywood Northwest? More film productions popping up on Vancouver Island

Hallmark Channel’s ‘Chesapeake Shores’, Disney’s ‘Descendants 3’ and more use Island locations