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Collision ruled out in Comox Valley cyclist death

Police turn the investigation of Jan. 3 incident over to Coroner’s office

  • Jan 8th, 2018
Parksville wind
Oak Bay funeral - Berry sisters
B.C. Politics, a year in review
Dog swim at Caddy Bay

Saanich schoolgirl hit by car victim still fighting

11-year-old Leila Bui remains in serious condition

Cowichan Therapeutic Riding Association video has gone viral

Video has received more than 500,000 hits worldwide in just a few days

Man arrested after cocaine, heroin seized at Tsawwassen ferry terminal

The 23-year-old was in posession of 3kg of cocaine, heroin and other substances

Deaths trigger reviews by multiple agencies

When police investigation concludes, reviews by MCFD and BC’s child and youth rep could begin

Victoria man sentenced to seven years in stabbing of 20-year-old Quebec man

Justin Carte, 28, pled guilty in the Nov. 2016 death of Raphaël Bussières

  • Jan 7th, 2018

Public funeral for Chloe and Aubrey Berry to be held Jan.12

The service will begin at 11 a.m. at Christ Church Cathedral in Victoria

Victoria nurse suspended by professional body in privacy breach

Island Health fires RN for accessing records of patients not in her care

Chemainus school fundraising to repay debt, avoid closure

St. Joseph’s Chemainus Catholic Elementary School begins Help Save St. Joe’s campaign

Where the wild things are: go behind the scenes at Wild ARC

Nursing animals back to health a labour of love for Colwood volunteer

Addictions to online games can destroy real lives

WHO set to recognize ‘gaming disorder’ as a disease

Passenger-only ferry plan proposed for Gulf Islands and Sidney

The CRD is looking into a plan that would bring a new ferry service to the Southern Gulf Islands, Salt Spring Island and the Town of Sidney

  • Jan 5th, 2018

Floating lit lantern hits tree, catches fire in Oak Bay

‘These things are a fire hazard because you have absolutely no idea where they will end up’

Electrical pump catches fire at Parksville resort

Nobody harmed after power outage, fire Friday morning

Sooke boy denied $19,000 per month drug for third time

Watching her son in excruciating pain is unbearable for Sooke mom