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VicPD investigates stabbing near Selkirk Montessori school

Victim in potentially life-threatening condition

Oak Bay grants 60 days of protection for century-old mansion

J.W. Morris House slated for removal by Abstract Developments

Flat tire, kindness of strangers, surprisingly inflate hope

Sooke mom and her daughters knocked on door of Bob and Norma Saunders seeking help

Defense says burden of proof not met in double murder case against Oak Bay father

Closing statements begin in trial for man accused of killing daughters Christmas 2017

Videos show allegedly intoxicated teens forcibly removed from Luxton Fairgrounds

Posts about altercations with security personnel in Langford swarming social media

UVic student killed in bus crash remembered as passionate, kind

Emma Machado, 18, killed in bus crash near Bamfield on Friday

U.S. student killed in Bamfield bus crash remembered as ‘kind, intelligent, talented’

John Geerdes, 18, was one of two UVic students killed in the crash on Friday night

Malahat truck crash cleared but over 200 still without power

Hydro poles taken out in Monday afternoon crash

VIDEO: Greater Victoria, here’s the news you missed this weekend

Tragic bus crash, Pacific FC win and Terry Fox runs

Community puts on fundraiser for Victoria baby with tuberculosis

Local woman inspired to help baby JJ

Four-storey Sidney condo proposal moves ahead despite resident concerns

Developer says The Rise fits OCP guidelines and zoning bylaws

Federal candidates hear Greater Victoria priorities at listening session

Local leaders address MP-hopefuls on labour, housing and more

Fernwood’s painted poles no more

BC Hydro shuts down decade-old public art initiative after complaints, safety concerns

Victoria man thanks arresting officers after drug-fuelled spree

Suspect says he was unable to access detox or social services

VicPD officer injured by alleged impaired driver

Non-life threatening injuries render officer unable to work

Pearl-filled oyster surprises Saanichton dinner party guests

Oyster, caught in Courtenay, contained almost 50 pearls of varying sizes

CRD to conduct harbour bird survey 22 years after original

Survey will count birds in key areas every month over two years

New trial for James Bay masseur acquitted of sexual assault

John Hentzelman, 67, will be re-tried on two counts of sexual assault

Prolific offender arrested in Metchosin

Devan Lambert, 25, faces charges for dangerous driving and fleeing from police