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Food banks a ‘Band-Aid’ solution to poverty: Victoria advocacy group

Food banks a ‘Band-Aid’ solution to poverty: Victoria advocacy group

Victoria multi-faith group aims to reduce need for charity function this decade
Gamers gather for weekend of the year

Gamers gather for weekend of the year

GottaCon gaming conference set for Pearkes Recreation Centre this weekend
Respect, responsibility, relationships and retirement

Respect, responsibility, relationships and retirement

Acclaimed Reynolds secondary principal, Alana Charlton, retires on Jan. 31 after a public education career spanning 45 years

Norwegian shipping company levied $70,000 in fines

Tanker ship dumps fish oil in waters off west coast of Vancouver Island

Two pedestrians injured in separate downtown Victoria incidents

Week sees more drivers ignore crosswalks, to the detriment of pedestrians

Arts advisory group seeks new members

The council is a volunteer committee that provides advice and policy recommendations on issues relating to the arts in the region

Two arrested following break-ins 12 minutes apart

Victoria, Saanich police called out to two early morning commercial break-ins Monday
No idle chatter on Government Street in Victoria

No idle chatter on Government Street in Victoria

University of Victoria law students show support for aboriginal rights

Book highlights Oak Bay homeowners’ $700K headache

Fraser Institute author, Mark Milke, argues against government “expropriation” of private land

Police arrest man stealing bulk cigarettes from Costco customers

More than $100,000 worth of cigarettes were stolen in 2012 from the vehicles of Costco customers all over B.C.