SPCA seizes 74 animals from Barriere property

Constables removed sheep, piglets, chickens and more

One person dead in logging truck collision

“The logging truck was stopped for other traffic, and it was rear-ended by a passenger car.”

‘Game-changing’ B.C.-born technology tests brain vital signs

B.C. neuroscientist describes the tech as ‘the world’s first objective physiological yard stick for brain function’

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        Carlton House sends warmth to Our Place for Christmas

          CRD divided over fire dispatch, agrees to investigate single site option

          ‘Saanich taxpayers have been subsidizing fire dispatch in the region for several years’

          Home services, rental rates top concerns: B.C. seniors’ watchdog

          Premier John Horgan pledges action on rental housing in 2018

          5-year anniversary of Sandy Hook shooting

          When just saying ‘I’m from Newtown’ can be a cross to bear

          B.C. flag person’s death shines light on dangers

          Company calls for more awareness of and respect for flaggers following an Okanagan woman’s death

          Choices operations extended until spring 2018

          Residents will be transitioned to former Tally Ho site in Victoria

          Trudeau’s office confirms staffer being probed over allegations

          PMO confirms staffer being probed over allegations of reported “inappropriate behaviour.”

          Putin accuses US agencies of manipulating doping testimony

          Putin said the former Moscow anti-doping laboratory director is “under the control” of the American agencies

          Police kill gunman north of Toronto

          Police shot and killed a gunman during a hostage situation at a bank north of Toronto

          Plane crashes in Saskatchewan injuring 25

          Investigators to probe Saskatchewan plane crash that injured several passengers

          Woman charged after altercation injured baby in Toronto

          Charges have been laid after a four-month-old baby girl was critically injured in Toronto

          Anderson extends invitation to Liberal voters

          Interim B.C. Conservative party leader invites “disenfranchised Liberal voters” to join his party

          • Dec 14th, 2017

          Bountiful polygamist believed he couldn’t be prosecuted: lawyer

          Winston Blackmore’s lawyer says Blackmore did not believe he could be prosecuted

          Crews battle fire at Saanich home

          Early reports indicate fire started in the home’s chimney

          • Dec 13th, 2017

          High construction costs send Douglas bus lane project $2.2 million higher

          But re-tendered bid process by Victoria secures lower bid for Hillside-to-Tolmie stretch