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Victoria arcade lands one of the ‘rarest games in the world’

More than 20 vintage games featured at Quazar’s Arcade

Colwood Corners developers teeing up for 2021 move in for first residents

Retail and residential hub to receive tenants starting in the summer

UVic racing team drives past adversity

Team recovered to compete in major racing competition despite losing key parts to theft

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The jaguar rises at the Royal BC Museum’s new Maya exhibition

The new exhibit will offer pieces from Guatemala that have never been displayed before

Howard the Gnome not yet approved for Saanich farm land

Cost is $1,500 to apply for approval from Agricultural Land Commission

Court documents name young woman as Brentwood Bay homicide victim

Alan Charles Chapman faces first-degree murder charge in death of Emily Caruana

Public benefits test for churches could be coming to Saanich after all

Council Monday asked staff to prepare report into ‘implications’ of such a test

Victoria Police called to stabbing in downtown Victoria

Police were on scene early Tuesday morning in the 900-block of Pandora Ave.

Downtown Victoria fire deemed ‘suspicious’

The Plaza Hotel fire will now be subject to a large-scale investigation

VicPD honours dedicated officers during National Police Week

Officers involved in fentanyl, child porn investigations receive awards

Saanich sanctuary asks residents to be(e) on the lookout for lost honeybee swarm

Swan Lake Christmas Hill Nature Sanctuary bees left early Monday

Parents feel unheard about proposed Quadra Elementary bike lane

The proposed lane would run up Fifth Street, through the school’s playground

Man charged with Saanich sexual assault appears in court

Jesse Doig had worked at The Cridge Centre for the Family in Victoria

Victoria city councillor proposes to phase out horse-drawn carriages

Coun. Ben Isitt wants horse-drawn carriages removed from the city by 2023