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Alleged Canada Day drunk driver released to treatment centre

Alleged Canada Day drunk driver released to treatment centre

The woman accused of driving drunk and killing a motorcyclist on Canada Day has been released to an addictions treatment centre in Surrey as part of her bail conditions.
B.C. won't scrap rich pension for Ferries boss

B.C. won't scrap rich pension for Ferries boss

Breaching contract would be wrong, expensive: Lekstrom

Lone toddler left sweltering in SUV

A mother who left her three-year-old girl locked inside an SUV in the hot sun came back to find police waiting.
Weird and wonderful performers take to Buskers Festival

Weird and wonderful performers take to Buskers Festival

Victoria International Buskers festival fill city streets July 15-24
Crack cook house dismantled in James Bay

Crack cook house dismantled in James Bay

Four crack cooks arrested in two-month operation

Marine Trail Holdings moved to public hearing

Land use committee votes 4-1 in favour of moving controversial project to next stage

Former judge to review misconduct finding of VicPD chief

A retired judge will look at a decision that found Victoria’s police chief guilty of discreditable conduct.

Focus on existing facilities, says consultant plan for West Shore rec

A long-term consultant plan recommends replacing the Juan de Fuca velodrome with a turf field and reducing the number of lawn bowling fields at West Shore Parks and Recreation.

Lawmakers mull B.C. pesticide ban

A provincial committee has convened to consider a possible blanket ban on home use of pesticides for cosmetic purposes throughout B.C.
Summer drivers take caution, remind police

Summer drivers take caution, remind police

Vehicle collisions in Langford have police reminding drivers to slow down and pay attention in summer months.