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Stats Canada expects COVID-19 to slow inflation

Inflation trajectory already pointing downards because of COVID-19

Vancouver Islanders reminded their doctor is still there for them

Most physicians treating patients by phone or online as they social distance in the face of COVID-19

Rescue kitten lifts mood of Saanich couple in isolation

Gemma has been acting more like a dog in ability to learn tricks

MLA Adam Olsen fears COVID-19 will overwhelm medical facilities on Gulf Islands

Residents call for a ban on external contact other than shipments of essentials

Community rallies around Island family displaced by Sunday fire

COVID-19 outbreak impacts what kind of donations can be accepted

Langford residents give four-year-old girl a birthday to remember

COVID-19 cancelled Cassidy Gollmer’s fourth birthday party; neighbours gave it back

Sunday fire causes extensive damage to Central Saanich home

Saanich Peninsula fire crews contain blaze to one residence

Partying Victoria-area youth told police they are ‘immune’ to COVID-19

Victoria Police broke up a house party Friday night

Victoria-area youth at house party tell police they are ‘immune’ to COVID-19

Victoria Police broke up a house party Saturday night

Dutch stockpile cannabis, French red wine during COVID-19 crisis

Public health officials, politicians continue to denounce hoarding as countries show trends

Central Saanich farmer welcomes pending arrival of foreign seasonal labour

Federal government announced Wednesday up to 6,800 seasonal farm workers can arrive in B.C.

International ferry service to Sidney pushed back to late April

Ferry service between Sidney and Anacortes was scheduled to resume March 29

Central Saanich resident among the first tested for COVID-19 at Saanich Peninsula Hospital

Glenn Letham chose to get tested after returning from the United States and developing cough

Nicotine by far the most commonly used vaping product in Canada: survey

Vaping especially popular among young men

New travel measures won’t impact schedule at Victoria International Airport

Passenger numbers down more than 30 per cent, according to one estimate

COVID-19: MP Elizabeth May self-isolates, works from home, contemplates learning ukelele

May is working remotely, calls for measure to help protect workers from economic effects of COVID-19

BC Ferries restores two cancelled sailings Sunday to help with traffic

Change comes after BC Ferry cut down on service to help stop the spread of COVID-19

Indigenous ceremony marks renaming of Saanich Peninsula Hospital

Hospital now bears the name LAU,WELNEW,AUTW or ‘a place of healing’

Funding for Sidney-Washington ferry repairs still a question mark

Washington State Ferries could be without backup boat for international routes

Sannich School District cancels all international field trips to Europe and Japan

Students from North Saanich’s Parkland Secondary School were scheduled to leave for Europe March 14