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Engines arrive for decommissioned V2v ferry

V2v Empress parts arrive from overseas

Remembrance Day 2017
    Greater Victoria Public Library "Food for Fines" donation
      Students, local garden club taste fruits of labour
        Black Press Extreme Career Fair

          Injured hiker rescued in Goldstream Park

          Emergency crews used basket stretcher to transport 21-year-old man

          Saanich school hosts major STEM event

          Women still far outnumbered in STEM fields

          3D printers make Victoria Hand Project a reality

          UVic bioengineer puts finger on global issue

          Free transit for military personnel in Victoria on Remembrance Day

          BC Transit offers a small gesture to honour current or former military members

          Victoria skateboard advocates push for new skate park

          Crystal Pool, Topaz Park being eyed for second location

          Furniture burned in yard brings firefighters, police to Victoria home

          Fire not deemed criminally suspicious by Victoria police

          Coast Guard quickly retrieves sunken boat from Gorge

          ‘Coast Guard acts while Saanich dithers,’ says resident

          Establishment of a Capital Region transportation service passes first hurdle

          CRD board agrees on bylaw, but voter assent needed to move forward

          Where to go for Remembrance Day in Greater Victoria?

          There will be ceremonies taking place at various locations around the Capital Region, most beginning at 10:55 a.m. on Saturday, November 11.

          Discipline hearing for former VicPD chief to start in January

          Police Complaints Commission facilitating proceedings

          COURAGE REMEMBERED: Nursing sister among first at Craigdarroch Military Hospital

          Victoria’s Elsie Collis came home after serving in France during First World War

          • Nov 9th, 2017

          Ninety-seven year old retired major still journals peacekeeping missions

          “You wondered how one human being could do something like that to another”

          COURAGE REMEMBERED: A remarkable journey through modern-day conflict

          Victoria police officers remember the aftermath of the Kosovo war

          Young Saanich Peninsula hockey players hope to score big for kids in need

          Peninsula Eagles Atoms taking pledges per goal scored this season

          Cleanup continues after fire at Mustard Seed Food Bank

          Arson suspected, Victoria police investigating Queens Avenue blaze among string of fires

          Ross Bay cemetery ceremony little-known, but meaningful

          Service is an undertaking of the Naval Fleet School in Esquimalt