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Candidates for board of education trustees line up

In all, 16 people vie for eight seats with the Greater Victoria school district

Candidates finalized: 13 names on Oak Bay elector's ballot

Municipal elections are on Nov. 19
Flu vaccine now available

Flu vaccine now available

Seniors over 65, toddlers between six and 23 months of age and caregivers for either can line up to get their free flu vaccine beginning Friday (Oct. 14).
BC Hydro cuts 300 jobs, 150 to come

BC Hydro cuts 300 jobs, 150 to come

BC Hydro is moving ahead with its cost-cutting program, eliminating 300 positions this week and announcing 150 more will be gone in the next two years.
FEATURE: Who’s watching you?

FEATURE: Who’s watching you?

Intrigue all in a day’s work for private eyes

Cash-strapped Mustard Seed forced into mortgage

For the first time in the society’s history, it's taking out a collateral mortgage on the Mustard Seed’s Hope Farm Healing Centre

Nobel prize-winning scientist giving talk

Central library hosts UVic’s Andrew Weaver for chat on climate

Shred-It event highlights threat of identity theft

A decade ago Rosalind Scott carried PINs to all her debit and credit cards on a slip of paper in her wallet.

Occupy Victoria takes direct aim at money, banking

Occupy Victoria, like its New York City counterpart, aims to bring to light the intrinsic problems with banks lending and reporting money they don’t actually have, said organizer Greg Hill
Treaty commission calls for political will

Treaty commission calls for political will

The head of the B.C. Treaty Commission wants her mandate extended one more year to see if the federal-provincial effort to settle aboriginal land claims has a future after two decades.