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Power outage halts surgeries at VGH

ER remains open, but some trauma cases may be diverted
Changes coming to B.C. carbon offsets

Changes coming to B.C. carbon offsets

The B.C. government's carbon neutrality program is working, but it needs changes, Environment Minister Terry Lake says. School and hospital funds are being diverted to carbon reduction projects at energy, cement and forest companies.
Jane Goodall brings her stories to Victoria

Jane Goodall brings her stories to Victoria

Fundraising event celebrates 50 years of Goodall's groundbreaking chimpanzee research

West Shore voters reject HST

West Shore voters united with the majority of the province in rejecting the controversial harmonized sales tax in favour of the PST-GST system.
Cities set to grill minister over planned auditor

Cities set to grill minister over planned auditor

UBCM convention to mull civic spending watchdog
City contemplates boost for buskers

City contemplates boost for buskers

Changes to busking laws coming
HST rejected by B.C. voters

HST rejected by B.C. voters

The B.C. government is getting to work dismantling the harmonized sales tax, a job that may take more than a year and add billions to the province's deficit.

Driver arrested after fleeing crash that shuts down West Saanich

Just before 8 p.m., a white Chevy Geo crashed into a pole and ended up in a ditch just south of the Roadhouse Bar & Grill. When officers arrived the driver was nowhere to be found. A police dog searched the scene and located the man a short distance north of the crash.
BC Ferries eyes sailing, staff reductions

BC Ferries eyes sailing, staff reductions

Passenger and vehicle traffic is down this year and is not expected to recover any time soon, so BC Ferries is considering a plan to cut hundreds of sailings to save money.
Twelve-year-old delivers baby brother

Twelve-year-old delivers baby brother

Twelve-year-old Gaelan Edwards delivered his baby brother all by himself last weekend.