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CRD issues 40 warning tickets to rule-breaking cyclists

Bylaw officers issued warning tickets on Galloping Goose Trail and Lochside Trail

Metchosin veteran remembers forgotten soldiers

More than 1,500 Canadians served in the Spanish Civil War

  • Nov 10, 2018

Archivist places certificates on graves of Oak Bay soldiers who died in the First World War

Caroline Duncan recently travelled to Europe carrying certificates signed by Oak Bay’s mayor

  • Nov 10, 2018
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NDP leader Jagmeet Singh meets with Langford high school students
B.C. Hockey visits David Cameron Elementary School in Langford
Goldstream Salmon Run
Chum salmon make their way through the Goldstream River

Pit bull cross, chihuahua owners must split costs for dogfight damage, judge rules

Eac side responsible for $577.43 towards injuries in Comox Valley incident

Fernwood daycare selected for $10 per day childcare pilot project

53 daycares were selected out of 300 applicants across the province

B.C. Hockey makes its way to Langford

B.C. Hockey and Westshore Wolves players taught students in Langford about hockey

West Shore parents relieved as Highlands daycare joins $10-a-day pilot

Lexie’s Little Bears’ Child Care Inc. is one of two Victoria daycares selected for this provincial pilot

Canadian Cancer Society stops accepting hair donations

A switch to synthetic wigs will lighten costs for cancer patients

Free transit service for military personnel on Remembrance Day

BC Transit is offering free bus services across Greater Victoria

VicPD uses cameras to monitor Remembrance Day crowds

Victoria and Esquimalt events to be captured by CCTV footage

98-year-old Victoria veteran shot from the air, took secret photos, and sought adventure

Trevor Anderson survived 55 bombing missions when most Air Force recruits couldn’t get to 30

Head-on collision in View Royal under investigation

Traffic was delayed for more than an hour after Admiral’s Road crash

Volunteers alarmed as 11 salmon found dead in Colquitz fish fence

High water temperatures, toxicity levels the early scapegoat for deaths

Island Métis society rights long cultural misstep with Vancouver Island First Nations

Over 20 years ago the society accidentally showed disrespect to local First Nations

Schoolkids shaming Parksville Qualicum Beach speeders with art

RCMP doling out hand-drawn illustrations from school children, including ‘slow down’ messaging

BC Ferries nearly fully booked Friday of Remembrance Day weekend

Between Vancouver Island and the mainland, routes are reserved through the evening

Wilson’s Group acquires 16-year-old Tofino Bus service

Wilson’s Transportation continues expansion in wake of Greyhound

Flagger struck in Saanich roadway

A woman was struck while conducting traffic Friday morning