Local News

Double-digit daytime temperatures in the forecast all week

Monday’s Island high could be 18 C in Port Alberni

Man enters unlocked Saanich home with knife, sexually assaults 22-year-old

Investigation ongoing after woman sexually assaulted in Gordon Head early Sunday morning

New fundraising campaign started to help get Parksville senior an electric trike

Fred Buott’s tricycle was damaged when he was nearly hit by a truck last July

Victoria one step closer to tiny homes

Mayor Lisa Helps wants to see them in backyards everywhere within three years

World’s largest gnome might have a new home in Langford

Colwood business proposes to house Howard the gnome at new location

Teddy the dog trial postponed for two weeks in Duncan

Defence counsel withdraws due to “personal tragedy”

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Farmed Atlantic salmon in B.C. unaffected by virus, researchers find

Effects of piscine orthoreovirus, or PRV, under increased scrutiny following Federal Court decision

Vancouver Island youth strike for their future as part of global movement

Group calls on governments to divest from fossil fuels

Vancouver Island New Zealanders in shock after terrorism kills 49

‘It’s not who we are, in New Zealand, everyone is just a Kiwi,’ says expat

Supreme Court judge upholds Campbell River’s rights to set water rates

Resident launched petition against city and regional district after steep rate hike last year

Trial delayed for suspect in 1987 killings of young Saanich couple

Defense lawyers say they still need DNA information and to question witnesses in Canada

VIU’s next president starts making connections on campus

Deborah Saucier met with vice-presidents, board members and others this week

Broken Hearts: Display at controversial Vancouver Island supportive housing site torn down

Woman says she was yelled at while supporting incoming Parksville supportive housing tenants

PHOTOS: The story behind Victoria’s teacup tree

A cherry blossom tree in James Bay holds a special story behind its unique ornaments

Book returned to Vancouver Island library 42 years overdue

If it weren’t for the library’s $10 cap, the person would have owed $4599 in overdue fines

Highway 14 improvements lead to speculation of land buys

Some landowners have already been approached