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A biomedical sensor the size of a postage stamp could hold the answer to a fast and inexpensive way to diagnose disease.
B.C. Hydro has targeted Uptown for a fast-charging electric vehicle station, which is part of an emerging network of stations
Saanich family donates house pegged for demolition to charity groups in attempt to reuse and recycle every scrap
For Lucky Jhagra, collecting guns turned from a hobby to an obsessive compulsion that landed the 41-year-old Saanich man in prison.
A Saanich mom invents a drink sleeve for an umbrella, and pitches it on Dragons' Den
A Norwegian shipping company steadfastly remains a no-show in Victoria court
A greenhouse destroyed in a fire two years ago at the Horticulture Centre will rise again as the centerpiece Mel Couvelier Pavilion.
Students drive Lambrick Park secondary’s low-key but successful wood milling operation
The Fifty Fifty 10 year celebration is Friday, Jan. 11, from 7 to 10 p.m. 2516 Douglas St. and is free.
With mind-bending quizzes and dropped tomatoes, Greg Goldberg works hard to help people and raise awareness about traumatic brain injuries
Small galaxies behaving somewhat planet-like by orbiting the Andromeda galaxy is both a discovery and a puzzle for UVic scientists
Supreme Court justice to hear final arguments in January
Phillip Jacobs vigorously denied that he molested male students at St. Joseph the Worker church
It’s a roomy 1970s-era home on neatly manicured property on a quiet street that looks typical for Saanich.
A one-time friend of Phillip Jacobs testified on Thursday that the former Saanich priest touched him inappropriately a number of times
Key complainant takes stand against former Saanich priest Phillip Jacobs
Prints from 1800s tell a famed Japanese tale of revenge
Advanced nursing project proves value for seniors with Broadmead Care, but funding remains a struggle
Cut with perfectly symmetrical curved strips of light and dark cedar, Rodrigo Pampin’s polished canoe looks professional – and pricey.
For Saanich’s Westhaver family, a trip to Disney World in Florida next year will mark a clean break from three years of stress and worry.