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Pat Bay mayhem

                 The Pat Bay Highway was finally reopened at about 1 o'clock this morning after police cleared the scenes of a pair of related crashes.

The Land Conservancy allowed to transfer lands

The Land Conservancy (TLC) got a major ruling from the Supreme Court of B.C on Tuesday which will help to pay off its creditors.

VicPD release video of suspect in dispensary robbery

Victoria Police have released video tied to the armed robbery of a marijuana dispensary last week with the hopes that someone can help identify the suspect.

BC Ferries reveals names of three new vessels

BC Ferries says the names revealed today for three new intermediate class vessels reflect the West Coast travel experience and culture of BC.

Helps Apologizes About Little Consultation On Tent City

Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps offered a public apology this morning for the lack of consultation with neighbours, about the proposal to allow a cluster of temporary homeless shelters in Topaz Park.

Neighbours enunciate reasons for resisting tent city in Topaz Park

One of the Topaz Park neighbours who is protesting plans to allow a cluster of homeless shelters in Topaz Park says she is not the least bit reassured by promises there will be rules against drug use.


Victoria tourism enjoying big year

                The low Canadian dollar and ideal weather get much of the credit for record tourism numbers in June, from industry observor Chemistry Consulting.

Think-tank says LNG benefits are being over stated

              A left leaning economic think tank says the B-C government is trumpeting  inflated job creation estimates, as part of the rationale for supporting development of a liquefied natural gas industry.

Victoria's mayor proposes protest on Parliament Hill

The mayor of Victoria is considering writing all the other mayors in the country to propose a protest on Parliament Hill during the federal election campaign.

Ganges sewer referendum passes overwhelmingly

                  Ganges residents have voted more than 90 per cent in favour of borrowing up to 3.9 million dollars to fund repairs and upgrading of the community's sewage treatment facility.