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Staff recommend major boost to Langford council pay

After 13 years without an increase, mayor’s pay would double over next five years

  • Jun 19, 2019
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Kindness Day comes to B.C. Cancer Agency
Monterey middle school adds playground climber
Bike to Work Week stops in Oak Bay
Students from Margaret Jenkins school restore Trafalgar Park

Man accused of Brentwood Bay murder appears in court

Alan Chapman tells judge he wants next court appearance to be “as far away as possible”

Pizza brightens Saanich public hearing

Acting mayor Coun. Colin Plant orders snacks during marathon session

Peanut butter mountain forms outside The Mustard Seed Church

Greater Victoria residents donate record number of jars in annual peanut butter drive

Sidney Mounties and Saanich PD nab break and enter suspect

Police forces work together to arrest and charge Saanich resident

Plans for Colwood’s Royal Beach property moving forward

Seacliff Properties to hold open house on June 25

Sooke’s John Muir community school garden is a growing experience

Children thrive as they learn about the source of their food

Convicted drug trafficker asks Victoria courtroom for chance to ‘turn this around’

Horst Schirmer sentenced for convictions on five counts of possession related to trafficking

Langford considers regulating sale of spray paint following string of vandalism

Regulations could involve restricting sale to minors, locking up spray paint

Alzheimer Society calls for helpline volunteers in Greater Victoria

Charity is in ‘urgent need’ as calls on the rise

$11 million overdraw for McKenzie Interchange construction

The project has been delayed multiple times and is now estimating a budget of $96 million

Saanich jam stand at the centre of controversy prepares to close

Staff review of roadside stand legislation too late for Little

Union Club of B.C. votes in its first female president

16-year member Grace Van den Brink previously served as vice president

Summer transit route increases hit Greater Victoria hotspots starting July 1

Canada Day routes operate on Sunday-level service with select late-night service

Pipeline protestors plan march as Trudeau gives Trans Mountain the go-ahead,

20 kilometre march to protest the pipeline starts in Victoria, ends on Saanich Peninsula