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Heritage trumps energy reduction

Drafty fire hall windows will stay as is for now, due to heritage concerns

Smart meters will come in handy in La Niña winter: Hydro

Electronic monitoring system gives Hydro staff a leg up in finding outages

Volunteers needed to plant trees Nov. 6

The Friends of Mount Douglas Park Society hopes to plant 1,000 native trees and shrubs along the banks of Douglas Creek
NDP walks fine line on B.C. seats

NDP walks fine line on B.C. seats

Federal NDP leadership candidate Brian Topp walked into controversy over the allocation of seven new MP seats for B.C. Thursday.
Heat on teachers in report card dispute

Heat on teachers in report card dispute

The bargaining agent for B.C. school districts is expected to seek an order forcing teachers to provide report cards.
Sculptures find home in Glendale Gardens

Sculptures find home in Glendale Gardens

Vancouver Island Sculptors Guild forms partnership with the Horticulture Centre of the Pacific

Cops bust 'major cocaine dealer'

Drugs, cash and ammunition seized from Saanich house, VicPD says

Report cards won’t include students’ grades

Report cards will do little more than record how often students were absent or late for school
Stick with B.C. Liberals, Manning says

Stick with B.C. Liberals, Manning says

Reform Party founder Preston Manning says his former colleague John Cummins is going the wrong way.

Compost centre hosts great pumpkin smash

An estimated 730 tonnes of pumpkins go into the landfill every year.