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B.C. home sales continue to decline: real estate association

Impacts of mortgage stress tests are still being felt

B.C. landlord registry translated to Punjabi, Mandarin to encourage participation

LandlordBC says roughly 1,000 landlords have signed up, but that’s ‘nowhere near what we’d like it to be’

Enbridge restores smaller natural gas pipeline in B.C., after main line blast

Calgary-based energy supplier says the line was carefully checked before permission was received to restart it at about 80 per cent of normal capacity

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Man who filmed B.C. pipeline fire says it’s a ‘wake up call’

Man talks about his experience watching the Enbridge pipeline rupture spark a massive fire ball in Prince George

Your unused oil tank could cost you

District of Saanich warns residents to check for leaks before filling up

Evacuation alert in Fort St. John, B.C., as nearby hillside continues to move

The alert was issued on Wednesday for a section of the city’s southernmost outskirts at the top of the steep hill overlooking the Peace River

B.C. mayoral candidate files defamation suit over sexual assault accusations

Chilliwack city councillor calls posts on Facebook ‘malicious, high-handed, callous, and arrogant’

Sooke pig farm controversy rocks neighbourhood

West Coast Road property subject of an ongoing saga

VIEX barn burns down overnight

Nanaimo Fire Rescue was called to Beban Park fairgrounds at 4:40 a.m.

Early election opportunity attracts Vancouver Island voters

Advance voting in Saanich tops 1,500 on first day

Ladysmith sawmill operations suspended due to log shortage

Summer wildfires blamed for lack of inventory

B.C. moms frustrated about lack of prenatal care

‘It is my right to be able to receive proper medical care.’

Gas prices jump 14 cents across Greater Victoria overnight

Some stations make the jump Thursday morning to 153.9 while others linger at 139.9

Discontent city supporter says Nanaimo plans to dismantle camp on Friday

Nanaimo mayor won’t disclose shutdown plans, says advocacy group has no credibility

‘Bring an extra sweater,’ UVic tells students amid gas shortage

B.C. universities cut back heating buildings, limit research labs since Oct.9 pipeline explosion

Duncan is Vancouver Island’s most walkable community

Victoria also scores well, but most Island communities are car dependent

When it comes to plastics, ‘people are lazy,’ and the plastics industry knows it, says advocate

City-Wide Beach Clean-Up to hit nine Victoria-area beaches on Sunday morning

Gas flowing again along FortisBC’s Enbridge pipeline

Customers in B.C. still asked to avoid non-essential use of natural gas until situation is resolved

  • Oct 11th, 2018

Greater Victoria has longer life expectancy than national average

National statistics say Victorians are likely to live to 83