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Howard the too-tall Gnome could rise over Saanich in early October

Saga of Howard and the 16 Angry Inches could be resolved with a height variance

Builders say Saanich’s opposition to density made McKenzie interchange necessary

Head of Victoria Residential Builders Association defends highway project in wake of criticism

Steady stream of federal announcements washes across Vancouver Island

Fisheries minister Jonathan Wilkinson denies flurry of announcements is part of election campaign

Man goes to pub after stabbing in Saanich

Police found the injured man in the Red Lion Inn after the stabbing at a nearby gas station

American visitors to Canada up more than two per cent in 2019

Strong American dollar credited for increase, but non-American visitors staying away

Uber won’t offer rides on Vancouver Island — for now

Uber’s decision to apply for license in Metro Vancouver and elsewhere draws range of reactions

Sparkling eye for bling earns Vancouver Island man a life-time achievement award

de Goutière in-demand expert for sellers and buyers of gems, insurance firms and investigators

Flooded Saanich Centennial library branch closed for at least three weeks

Almost 60,000 items to be stored off-site as crews have to remove all carpets and drywall

Location may leave Vancouver Island bid for Invictus Games on the outside

Greater Victoria a finalist against Dusseldorf in chase for games for those hurt in military service

Annual study shows high satisfaction with B.C. post-secondary schools

Study also reveals men tend to dominate higher paying jobs in the trades

Greater Victoria residents saw their mortgage payments rise almost five per cent last year

New Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) study says residents have ‘excellent’ credit scores

Fewer Greater Victoria residents receiving EI benefits

Almost 2,000 individuals living in Greater Victoria received regular benefits in June 2019

Greater Victoria sees a drop in tourism numbers

New study shows local hotel occupancy rate dropped six per cent in June 2019

Province rejects McKenzie Interchange criticism

Transportation ministry says project will ‘significantly lower’ greenhouse gas emissions

New construction, housing prices down British Columbia

New housing prices dropped 0.4 per cent in Victoria in June 2019

Greater Victoria’s McKenzie interchange: a boondoggle in the making?

Project two years behind schedule, $11 million over budget, under fire for feeding greenhouse gases

New report shows effects of Canada’s aging workforce

Health care among the most rapidly aging sectors

August is the deadliest month for motor vehicle crash fatalities

Pedestrian fatalities highest in November

Woman confirms brother was pilot in plane crash north of Port Hardy

Al McBain’s sisters found out Sunday after returning from a camping trip

New survey says one in three Canadians spend money faster than they make it

Almost forty per cent of Canadians say they went into debt because they live beyond their means