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Second annual walk to honour slain realtor Lindsay Buziak set for Thursday

Walk for Justice will detour to 1702 De Sousa Pl., the home in which Buziak was stabbed to death on Feb. 2, 2008
Fish control timing of Craigflower bridge rebuild

Fish control timing of Craigflower bridge rebuild

Municipal engineers are at the mercy of the fish in the Gorge Waterway, complicating plans to build the new Craigflower Bridge.

Metchosin challenges West Shore rec centre budget

Metchosin is refusing to pass the West Shore parks and recreation’s budget until staff provide more detail on how money will be spent.
Volunteers bring Vagina Monologues to the West Shore

Volunteers bring Vagina Monologues to the West Shore

V-Day launches in Langford in March; production seeks actresses
Gamers set to occupy Pearkes for GottaCon 2012

Gamers set to occupy Pearkes for GottaCon 2012

Saanich’s marathon gaming convention building momentum among hobbyists; events run night and day throughout the weekend.

Detached suites divide Metchosin

Metchosin council is moving forward on the legalization of detached secondary suites
Colwood offers free home energy kits

Colwood offers free home energy kits

Keith and Keli Encinas are transforming their home into an energy saving haven.
Canadian Coast Guard celebrates its 50th birthday in Victoria, North Saanich

Canadian Coast Guard celebrates its 50th birthday in Victoria, North Saanich

Two ceremonies mark half-century anniversary of official coast guard services in Canada

Solar storm barely noticeable in Greater Victoria

Northern Lights might be visible here sometime over this solar cycle, Saanich-based NRC scientist says
Outdoor Club of Victoria celebrates 70th anniversary

Outdoor Club of Victoria celebrates 70th anniversary

The Outdoor Club of Victoria has about 150 members and continues to host a variety of regular hikes and camping trips