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Project board whittles short list of potential sewage sites down to two
August 24, 2016 15:30 PM from Kyle Reynolds
The project board appointed by the province to come up with a recommended approach for the CRD on sewage treatment has identified three options for siting in its interim report.
VicPD looking for additional victims after arrest of Victoria man in historical sexual assault
August 24, 2016 11:58 AM from Kyle Reynolds
A 70-year old Victoria man has been charged with sexually assaulting a young man decades ago, and police believe there may additional victims in Greater Victoria.
Sidney Town Council votes to borrow money for new fire hall
August 23, 2016 16:27 PM from James Gardner
Sidney Town Council has voted to borrow up to $10 million for a new fire hall.
Saanich to consider allowing detached secondary suites
August 23, 2016 15:26 PM from Kyle Reynolds
Detached secondary suites may soon be permitted in the district of Saanich.
Mayfair Mall expansion project officially announced
August 23, 2016 13:42 PM from Kyle Reynolds
A major renovation and expansion project planned for Mayfair Mall is expected to be finished in 2018.
Saanich PD make arrest in string of B&E's
August 23, 2016 11:25 AM from Kyle Reynolds
Saanich police have one man in custody following a string of break-and-enters.
Moulted snake skin pulled from Victoria storm drain
August 23, 2016 10:55 AM from James Gardner
City crews in Victoria have extracted moulted skin from a storm drain where a stubborn corn snake has been hiding for the past several days.
CRD wants to sit with the big boys at Big City Mayors Caucus
August 23, 2016 8:18 AM from Ryan Price
The Capital Region wants a seat at the "Big City Mayors Caucus" this fall, even though the fractured nature of Greater Victoria's 13 municipalities means Victoria usually gets left out.
Victims of Salt Spring double drowning identified
August 22, 2016 17:11 PM from Kyle Reynolds
The BC Coroners service has now confirmed the identities of two young men who died following a swimming incident on Salt Spring Island last week.
Navy, owner of fishing vessel that hit HMCS Winnipeg reach settlement
August 22, 2016 16:43 PM from Kyle Reynolds
The Canadian navy has reached an out of court settlement that will see the owner of a fishing vessel that collided with HMCS Winnipeg pay out $3.1-million dollars.
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