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Ancient microbes discovered off the Juan de Fuca Ridge potentially offers glimpse into alien life

The marine bacteria is dependent on hydrogen, a compound present almost everywhere

Sign forbidding rabbit drop-offs gets stuffed bunnies instead

Residents seemingly undeterred by strict wording this Easter

BC Boxing brings championship bout to Bear Mountain

Langford hosts another big sports event as part of its regional sports tourism strategy

Sarah Beckett Cruise back for its fourth year this Sunday

Money this year is going into buying playground equipment for the playground in honour of the fallen constable

WATCH: Movie star and PACE alum Calum Worthy talks musical theatre and his career

“American Vandal” and “Austin and Ally” actor has been returning to the program for over 20 years

Four Grizzlies players named for NHL draft

Newhook slated to be pick number 13 overall

Victoria wheelchair athlete nabs bronze in her final national championship

Final score was 69-70 in a tight game over the weekend

Highlands councillors to offer tips on how to eat your landscape

Event starts at 7pm on Wednesday, April 17 at Metchosin Community House

Metchosin council will discuss soil bylaw changes following complaints

Proposal to raise the cost to obtain permits among changes to be discussed tonight

Emergency preparedness weeks comes with reminders on tsunami protocol

As part of emergency preparedness week, residents are being asked to keep local resources

West Shore Parks and Recreation awarded $1 million to open child care spaces

Money to help convert space at Juan de Fuca Recreation Centre to newly licensed child care space

Shamrocks sign new defenseman for 2019 season

Right-hander Liam Patten comes from National Lacrosse League

Newhook scores hat trick against Belarus in first world championship game

IIHF U18 World Championship games are happening from April 18-28 at Örnsköldsvik and Umeå, Sweden

Wastewater treatment facility projected to be $10 million over budget

Escalation in construction costs contributing to increase

West Shore’s youngest artists celebrate Earth Day with an exhibit

The free art show is taking place from April 17 to 28 at Coast Collective Art Centre

Belmont’s student-run bistro sees opening day rush

Culinary students serve up affordable lunches to fellow classmates

West Shore municipalities have individual burning guidelines

Call your local fire department or refer to bylaws if still unsure

PACE Musical Theatre to put on a variety of broadway hits all in one show

Over 300 performers – from Kindergarten to Grade 12 – will be putting on the musical

Greater Victoria’s biggest home show arrives this weekend

Over 300 vendors will take over the West Shore Parks and Recreation Centre