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Saanich police ask the public for help with unsolved assault case

The assault took place in Rutlegde Park on July 18

Water quality not being tested as usual at popular public beaches on the Island

Municipalities were warned last summer but some have yet to take on the responsibility

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One man taken to hospital following shooing on Bay Street
Weekend Wrap-up Aug.2-5
Weekend Wrap-up Aug.2-5
Gordy Dodd 10th annual Peace Walk

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria sees delays in expansion

Rising construction costs prompt AGGV to look at different design and funding options

UPDATE: Sooke Road reopens after early morning crash sends two to hospital

West Shore RCMP continues to investigate cause of Colwood Corners crash

Tsartlip First Nation says their rights not being recognized by CRD

Peaceful demonstration at Hartland Landfill requests meaningful consultation on wastewater project

Teen gets 36 months’ probation for selling fentanyl to undercover Victoria cop

Mainland gang sent teen to Greater Victoria to sell drugs, work off his own drug debt

Saanich police warn against a ‘brazen’ new phone scam

Man posing as police officer uses husband’s cell phone number to trick wife

Saanich council supports new bowling alley proposal for Uptown

The Banquet still needs approval from B.C. Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch for extended hours

Revamped seven month cruise season to see 283 ship arrivals in 2020

Mid-week sailings to help contribute to 770,000 visitors disembarking in Victoria

Sun-soaked Cowichan River tubers pelted with rocks

Police take man into custody after woman receives minor injuries in incident near Duncan

  • Aug 13, 2019

Reay Creek clean-up to begin near Victoria International Airport

Remediation of Class 1 contamination site to last approximately two months

Jammed ferry door forces cars to back off vessel

Saturday mechanical issues resulted in two-hour unloading for some BC Ferries passengers

Galloping Goose trail users warned of possible night closures

Intermittent closures possible until November near McKenzie interchange construction site

West Shore students mourn the loss of another classmate

Meanwhile, still no answer one year after suspected overdose death of 16-year-old Belmont student Dorrian Wright