Talk of legalizing secondary suites stokes debate in Oak Bay

Motion to move ahead on secondary suites hits council next week

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Oak Bay hosts the inagural Vancouver Island Polar Plunge for Special Olympics BC
UVic's Phoenix Theatre brings Pulitzer Prize-winning dark comedy to stage - Crimes of the Heart
Bike spread good energy for Sno'uyutth scholarship fund
Rally for affordable housing
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Oak Bay birdie basher targets podium in BC Winter Games

Riley Torstensen competes in doubles badminton at the 2018 BC Winter Games Feb. 22 to25

OLYMPIC ROUNDUP: Two more medals push Canada into third place

A gold in ski cross and a bronze in bobsleigh as men’s hockey advances to the semis

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The B.C. government has announced the province’s minimum wage will go up to $15.20 an hour in 2021.

The province’s move comes as a result of work done by the fair wages commission, set up last summer to plot out how to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour, as part of the NDP’s campaign promises.

Learn more: BC to increase minimum wage