Nick Murray

Three Island First Nations chiefs take government to court in health care dispute

Move comes after First Nations Health Authority dumps Vancouver Island service provider

New tutorial ‘Whales in our Waters’ launched by BC Ferries

A new tutorial has been launched for mariners and the general public about whales in the Salish Sea

Saanich firefighters remove bear cub stuck up tree

Family Day was eventful for cub, firefighters

Vancouver Island First Nations Youth Ambassadors deliver message to the United Nations

The delegation appeared at an event celebrating ‘the rich tapestry of global cultural diversity’

‘Two chicks by the sea’ saved by their guardian angels

North Saanich Fire Department rescues two snowed-in seniors

Valentine’s Day can be ‘tricky’ for those in polyamorous relationships

It can be “an emotionally loaded time,” says expert

West Shore boathouse, with 100-year-old boat inside, partially breaks free during storm

Heavy snows and frozen waters have led to difficulties at the Goldstream Boathouse Marina

Meteorologist warns of potential drainage problems and collapsing roofs by end of the week

Warming weather potential rain could create issues with all this snow on the ground

Schools not a top priority for snow plows

The City of Victoria utilizes a three-tiered system in clearing snow from roads

BC Ferries cancel last round-trips of the day due to expected snowfall

Round trips between Victoria, Nanaimo and Vancouver cancelled for tonight

70 pups found inside dead shark washed ashore on Vancouver Island

Team of scientists from University of Victoria performed a necropsy on a shark that washed ashore

Central Saanich Police stop impaired driver doing 108 km/h in a 50 zone

Central Saanich Police proactively pull over an impaired driver, Feb. 7

Quebec middle-schooler lands world’s ‘coolest job’

Meganne Dagenais lands job as toy tester, possibly set to become the most popular kid in her school

Cliff McNeil-Smith retains seat as mayor of Sidney

Judge satisfied mayor inadvertently overspent and election result not materially affected

70 babies found inside North Saanich Shark

A team of scientists from UVic performed a necropsy on a shark that washed ashore at Coles Bay

Do our boys need more male teachers?

Female educators set to make up 90 per cent of teaching staff in B.C. over next few years

North Saanich mystery shark identified, UVic lab seeks to do necropsy

Cause of death could be complications during birth among other things

10-foot-long shark washes ashore in North Saanich

A peculiar looking shark estimated to weigh 800 pounds has been found at Coles Bay

Greater Victoria hosts 40 agencies in major search and rescue exercise

Annual SAREX search and rescue training exercise is underway, based out of Victoria airport

Crane truck still upturned a week after accident on Lochside Drive

Some road closures as CRD plans to remove truck this week