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B.C. government funds Victoria housing for former inmates

B.C. government funds Victoria housing for former inmates

Construction is underway for a new six-storey, 28-unit transitional houses for former inmates
Police investigating early morning fire in Saanich

Police investigating early morning fire in Saanich

Fire damaged structure and several parked cars
Town of Sidney considers new Peninsula transit hub

Town of Sidney considers new Peninsula transit hub

Sidney council members discuss a potential transit hub at Seventh Street and Bevan Avenue
Themed summer patio parties coming to Victoria's Whistle Buoy Brewing

Themed summer patio parties coming to Victoria's Whistle Buoy Brewing

Whistle Buoy celebrates its 5th birthday on June 22 to start summer series
Cast of Whose Line is it Anyway? to perform live in Victoria

Cast of Whose Line is it Anyway? to perform live in Victoria

Improv comedy troupe known for involving the audience is coming to town on their Whose Live Anyway? tour
Victoria court hears legal challenge to short-term rental rules

Victoria court hears legal challenge to short-term rental rules

Arguments began on Monday (June 17) as a group representing property owners argues the rules shouldn't apply to established businesses
Street team launches in Victoria to keep club-goers safe

Street team launches in Victoria to keep club-goers safe

'If you lend your ear and your heart, most people have a story that they'll share with you'
Sidney's Janza Studio a one-stop shop for tattoos, piercings, haircuts and more

Sidney's Janza Studio a one-stop shop for tattoos, piercings, haircuts and more

Rick and Jane Janzen opened their shop 24 years ago
Scotch broom poses threat in Greater Victoria

Scotch broom poses threat in Greater Victoria

The plant can harm native plants and is highly flammable
Tsawout First Nation buys 100 acres to spur cultural and economic revitalization

Tsawout First Nation buys 100 acres to spur cultural and economic revitalization

Puckle Road property grows land base and brings more opportunities, First Nation says