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Province makes drinking and driving prohibitively expensive and inconvenient in a bid to change driver behaviour
The driver of a 2012 Toyota RAV4 that flipped over in a three-car crash Thursday night is lucky to have escaped without serious injury.
Capital Regional District confirms the presence of toxic blue-green algae at Beaver and Elk lakes.
Sensory experience will cure the winter blues
Police arrested a Saanich woman Monday after attempting to pay for an item at a store in Tillicum Centre using a counterfeit $20 U.S. bill.
Sixty-two reported thefts from vehicles parked in Saanich in the first two weeks of 2013 has police concerned.
The last chapter in the 30-year-long history of the Cadboro Bay Book Company is coming to an end.
That toonie glistening in your car's open ashtray is enough of an incentive for thieves to break in to your vehicle.
Jan. 22 pegged as strike day, unless B.C. Transit returns to bargaining: union president
Construction on the Craigflower Bridge will begin earlier than expected, as crews are slated to begin work on a pedestrian walkway in April.
Some staff on campus remain concerned about the air quality in Sedgewick building.
One quick look around Dean Jantzen's office and you'll get a good indication of the stories that have preoccupied much of his time.
Chances are when you open your 2013 notice from B.C. Assessment, you'll see your property value has decreased since last year.
An exhaustive seven-month process to find a president for UVic ended with a recognizable name earning the high-profile appointment.
Cutbacks at the University of Victoria has resulted in the layoff of at least 24 employees so far
Phillip Jacobs took the stand Monday afternoon by explaining how, when he was a young priest he took teenage boys on overnight trips
Holiday revellers are giving police something to smile about, as officers ramp up their Christmas CounterAttack program
Municipality faces tax hike for police department to join specialized investigative unit
Saanich police are crediting a 17-year-old girl for intervening in a frightening abduction attempt.
Heating oil tanks: unregulated, uninsurable, and homeowners are on the hook for leaks