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LIVE: Thousands gather for anti-racism rally in Vancouver

Anti-racism protesters have taken over the streets of Vancouver

Missing woman found in Victoria

Police have been looking for Jade Kozma for more than a month. She had disappeared from Campbell River.

Camson College engineering students display end of term projects

Industry professionals impressed with final prototypes

‘Deadpool 2’ death: Investigators release details

WorkSafeBC releases first official report of stuntwoman’s motorcycle death

LifeCycles Fruit Tree Project shifts the mindset around food access in Victoria

Volunteer-run organization on track to collect another fall bounty

Aggressive drivers in the Highlands draws ire of residents

Neighbours calling on district, RCMP for traffic calming, enforcement

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Oak Bay contributes to BC wildfire work

     

    Tree for Peace planting

       

      Oak Bay streeter on one of the hottest days of the year

         

        2017 Jaguar Car Show in Windsor Park

           

          B.C. cop finds bridge made of shopping carts, carpet, pallets

          ‘The ingenuity amazes me,’ officer says, after finding engineering feat in unexpected place

          Two girls rescued from French Creek train trestle

          Parksville and Qualicum Beach fire departments called out to help young climbers in French Creek

          BC Ferries reports record-breaking traffic for first quarter

          Vehicle traffic was the highest it’s ever been, and passenger traffic is the highest it’s been in over 20 years for the months of April, May and June.

          B.C. wildfire emergency extended to Sept. 1

          Dozens of fires still burning since July declaration

          Penticton man in France to mark fateful Dieppe Raid

          A Penticton man is representing his late father at the Dieppe ceremony in France

          Steve Bannon leaving White House: AP sources

          The former Breitbart News chief was a key adviser to President Donald Trump

          Victoria faces major bill to clean up contaminated park

          Former Songhees burial ground at Laurel Point became an industrial area

          Lantern Festival returns to light up Esquimalt

          Captain Jacobson Park hosts the annual free event Saturday

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          UPDATED: One Canadian killed, 4 injured in Barcelona attack

          Canadians in Spain are advised to stay away from the Las Ramblas tourist area

          Ex-LNG advocate Gordon Wilson suing John Horgan, Bruce Ralston

          Former politician seeks $5 million for damage to his reputation

          VIDEO: High Times purchases Legends Valley festival

          The popular cannabis media company has announced it is bringing Wyclef Jean to headline Laketown Ranch next week.

          North Saanich municipal hall a tad late, but under budget

          WATCH: Rebuilt, renovated hall has first public open house Monday, Aug. 21

          B.C. family OK after terror attack in Barcelona

          ‘That could have been us 24 hours earlier’