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In 1989 the Japanese dedicated a memorial that overlooked the bay where ‘Hammy’ Gray’s remains lie
Neither country able to share resources due to severity of conditions on either side of the border
Pandemic infected more than 1/4 of Canada’s 205,000 long-term care residents, killing over 15,000
Officially known as Mary Tod Island, it’s frequently referred to as Jimmy Chicken Island
Geoff Goodship got a call out of the blue from an amateur historian who had acquired the outfit
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‘It’s time to go back now and complete the things you started when you were younger’
Ken Mizokoshi’s collective work has been featured in Japan, New York City; Victoria could be next?
Courtenay athlete Sean Hayes finishes third in first-ever professional competition
Thursday night game Winnipeg the first action since the 2019 Grey Cup game
About US$2.1 billion was raised across 197 deals in the first quarter of 2021
Best of the City: Third-generation owners keep Dutch Bakery recipes alive after 65 years in Victoria
Bakery thrives again after readapting business model during pandemic
New tools will allow users to get to know people better online
The snake is now being cared for by Mountain Man Mike’s owner Michael Hathaway in Kaslo
Community Recovery Program distributes $3.13+ million to local organizations
For anyone who grew up in Oak Bay, Individual Dry Cleaners has…