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Saanich to study controversial rentals

Council Monday debated short-term rentals as Victoria considers new bylaw

2017 word of the year: Feminism

Merriam-Webster’s word of the year for 2017: ‘Feminism’

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        Carlton House sends warmth to Our Place for Christmas

          Trudeau appoints Supreme Court chief justice

          Prime Minister Trudeau appoints Richard Wagner as Supreme Court chief justice

          Liberal Hogg wins South Surrey-White Rock byelection over Conservative Findlay

          B.C. riding to be represented by non-conservative for first time in decades

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          B.C. overdose deaths surpass 1,200

          96 people died of illicit drug overdoses in October

          Feds agree to give provinces 75 per cent of pot tax revenues

          Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced the agreement today

          Be ladder safe both at work and home

          WorkSafeBC wants you to keep safe while hanging those Christmas lights this year

          Federal government to boost treatment options for opioid drug users: minister

          More than 2,800 people died last year as a result of the overdose crisis

          Saanich makes play for more advertising cash

          New advertising policy in effect at Saanich recreation centres

          Rundown of the double header tonight at Oak Bay municipal hall

          Last meetings of the year for council and committee of the whole happening tonight

          BC Ferries adds extra sailings for Christmas

          More than 175 sailings are being added, including 130 between the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island

          Red Scorpion associates cuffed in drug-trafficking bust

          Kamloops RCMP lay charges in connection to Red Scorpion drug trafficking ring

          Pandora Avenue downtown Victoria block closed Tuesday to allow removal of crane

          Full day closure to vehicles and cyclists, but pedestrians allowed to use south side

          Emergency response ‘well executed’ in B.C. carbon monoxide poisoning

          Emergency Health Services talks about how first responders dealt with this ‘mass casualty event’

          Firefighters protect seaside California towns as blaze rages

          A flare-up on the western edge of Southern California’s largest and most destructive wildfire sent residents fleeing Sunday

          Legacy of Amanda Todd lives on through B.C. foundation

          Todd’s mother Carol stresses the importance of putting the phone down and talking with children