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British Columbia second among Canadian provinces when it comes to spending money on booze

Only residents of Newfoundland and Labrador ($1,056) spent more than British Columbians ($864)

Howard the Gnome not yet approved for Saanich farm land

Cost is $1,500 to apply for approval from Agricultural Land Commission

Greater Victoria records lowest unemployment rate in Canada for April

Unemployment rate stood at 2.8 per cent in April

Investigators continue to investigate death in Central Saanich

One person dead, two injured and one man in custody following Brentwood Bay incident

Head of Victoria Airport Authority calls for public transit improvements

No direct bus service between downtown and Victoria airport

The world’s tallest gnome is apparently 16 inches too tall for Saanich

Galey Farms forced to put Howard the Gnome into storage

Equestrian calls for signage to ease Island horse/car conflict

Liesl Fulton said riders often receive rude gestures from motorists

Saanich man faces three charges after sexual assault involving a knife

Saanich police arrested the 23-year-old man late Tuesday

Election analysis: UVic prof says byelection boosts Green Party but might not mean Green wave

Greens benefit from boost, NDP won’t find positives, professor says of Nanaimo-Ladysmith vote

Vancouver Island high school rugby ban unlikely

Executive director of organization governing high school sports says rugby offerings are expanding

Spill into Saanich’s Colquitz River could kill future salmon runs

Students releasing Coho fry observed the effects of the spill

WATCH: Firefighters train for worst-case scenario

Saanich hosts survival training course for North American firefighters

British Columbians drink less beer than other Canadians

Despite proliferation of micro-breweries, B.C. records lowest share of beer sold in Canada

British Columbians drink less beer than other Canadians

Despite proliferation of micro-breweries, B.C. records lowest share of beer sold in Canada

University of Victoria honours newspaper entrepreneur David Black

Room for UVic business students now bears name Black Ink Classroom

Safety is top priority, concern for realtors after warning issued on Lower Mainland

Greater Victoria Real Estate Board president said realtors should contact police if they experience suspicious behaviour

Saanich Police salutes fallen officer

Const. Robert Kirby was killed in the line of duty on April 24, 1960

Saanich police prepare to salute local officer killed in the line of duty

Const. Robert Kirby died on April 24, 1960

Saanich soccer player survives bout with flesh eating disease

Harinder Sandhu picked up the disease after soccer game