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New fighter-jet competition to have national ‘economic interest’ requirement

Trudeau government wants to replace Canada’s aging CF-18s with 88 new fighters by as early as 2025

Victoria hopes to have a fully electric bus fleet by 2030

Business plan to be created, region to request its use as a pilot community for project

Crown appeals stay against Jamie Bacon in Surrey Six killings

B.C.’s prosecution service says judge’s decision reveals ‘errors of law’

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        Carlton House sends warmth to Our Place for Christmas

          B.C. dog owners warn about chain collars after puppy almost strangled

          Young Rottweiler pup couldn’t breathe after another dog caught tooth on his collar

          Strategy announced for Indigenous cancer care

          Various stakeholders have come together to provide a road map from prevention to survivorship

          Omnibus Victoria Zoning Bylaw raises alarms

          Neighbourhood associations, councilors express concern over streamlined development process

          Environmental groups slam NDP decision to continue with Site C

          Construction industry, meanwhile, is cautiously optimistic about how the project will look

          Accused NYC subway bomber expected to face federal charges

          Akayed Ullah, 27, was charged Tuesday with terrorism and weapons related charges

          Riverview Hospital mental health centre proceeds

          Replacement for Maples Treatment Centre first announced in March

          CRD awards contract for waste processing facility at Hartland

          Facility will process residual solids into so-called Class A biosolids

          B.C. Conservatives applaud Site C decision

          B.C. Conservatives happy with government decision to proceed

          Hwy. 1 avalanche improvements promise less delays

          B.C.’s new remote avalanche-control systems near Revelstoke are ready for avalanche season

          VIDEO: New series takes in-depth look at sexual harassment in B.C.

          Black Press takes a hard look at sexual harassment in B.C.

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          Oak Bay councillor leads the Grumpy Taxpayer$ sweet awards this holiday season

          ‘Nice’ list includes Langford, Sidney and federal government

          • Dec 12th, 2017

          Nanaimo votes to ban plastic bags

          City councillors voted in favour of banning the bags on Monday, but staff have yet to determine whether or not they have the authority to impose a ban.

          Six-year-old Sooke boy needs $19,000 a month to treat rare form of arthritis

          Mother of sick boy asks government to help fund treatments

          Island lighthouse keeper chased by wolf

          He now has some important advice for anyone else caught in a similar situation

          Researchers claim the ‘man flu’ does exist

          Review of scientific studies suggests ‘man flu’ may be more intense: researcher