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Somass sockeye fishery not expected to re-open

Early closure aimed at conserving Great Central Lake stock

  • Jul 12th, 2018

Saanich cracks down on camping in certain parks

New sanitation facility for homeless at Regina Park opened Tuesday

Police checking leads on missing Oak Bay woman

Tips coming in with crews now searching the Maple Bay area of Vancouver Island

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Cowichan Crash - June 30

Mysterious rock-throwing happens again

Cumberland couple out thousands of dollars

Body of missing East Sooke kayaker found

56-year-old Saanich man went missing last month while fishing; body found in Washington

Woodwynn Farms sold to B.C. government

Therapeutic-recovery community is the goal, but no on-site housing planned

Island health introduces 11 ‘intensive treatment’ addiction recovery beds in the Comox Valley

The repurposed beds serve men living with opioid use disorder and other addictions

Nanaimo RCMP teddy bear looks forward to cross-Canada travels

Police asking public to help document Nanaimo Bear’s journey via Twitter and Facebook

Saanich cyclist walks away from collision

Incident happened near Tuscany Village

UPDATED: Serious crash on TCH stops traffic heading into Victoria

Five people sent to hospital with non-life threatening injuries

Child care jobs welcomed, wages remain issue

Government creates 22,000 child care spaces, advocates question whether jobs will be filled

UPDATE: Coast Guard recovers cruise ship passenger who went overboard near Juan de Fuca Strait

The 73-year old man was aboard a ship heading to Victoria, and fell overboard around 4:30 a.m.

Electric BC Transit bus officially joins Victoria fleet

Fully electric, zero emissions vehicle first of its kind to go into regular service in B.C.

Women working in Victoria targets of unwanted explicit phone calls

VicPD say they’ve had nine reports of sexually explicit phone calls to Victoria businesses

Cumberland to look at single use plastic bag ban in the village

Council approves motion for staff report into logistics of implementing plastics regulations

Nanaimo wants to pay four people average of $100,000 each to run homeless drop-in

City seeks $550K annually from province for homeless drop-in centre