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The Martin Mars Hawaii water bomber is listed for sale for $5 million (PHOTOS)

The Martin Mars Hawaii water bomber is listed for sale for $5 million (PHOTOS)

The last time the Hawaii Mars was used in B.C. to attack a fire was in 2015
Butchart Gardens taking a two-week hiatus

Butchart Gardens taking a two-week hiatus

A note on the signature tourist attraction’s web page says the break is in appreciation of the hard work by its staff after a difficult year.
Victoria restaurants hope to reduce takeout garbage with reusable food containers

Victoria restaurants hope to reduce takeout garbage with reusable food containers

Group of restaurants selling plastic takeout boxes that can be washed, returned, reused
Kevin Greenard: 51 considerations for your RRSP contribution

Kevin Greenard: 51 considerations for your RRSP contribution

Fifty-one questions for anyone considering making a RRSP contribution.
YVR eyes made-in-B.C. supply of sustainable jet fuel to tackle airline emissions

YVR eyes made-in-B.C. supply of sustainable jet fuel to tackle airline emissions

Some have argued growing crops for fuel could lead to food insecurity and deforestation
B.C. offers relief grants to gyms, bars, nightclubs that were ordered to close due to COVID

B.C. offers relief grants to gyms, bars, nightclubs that were ordered to close due to COVID

Grant can help businesses with expenses including rent, wages, maintenance, insurance and utilities.
Will TMX be finished by end of 2022?

Will TMX be finished by end of 2022?

The project is only half built and 71 per cent of the $12.6 billion capital budget spent, according to recent financial report
Island Blue sold to pair of Greater Victoria companies

Island Blue sold to pair of Greater Victoria companies

Monk Office has acquired Island Blue Art and Framing stores in Victoria and Sidney, and the company’s flagship building at 905 Fort St., while Rolex Plastics and Printing has agreed to purchase the printing side of Island Blue.
Symptomatic employees should stay home regardless of PCR testing, Ministry of Health says

Symptomatic employees should stay home regardless of PCR testing, Ministry of Health says

Both PCR tests and rapid tests are valid results to confirm COVID, Ministry of Health says
Langford rated B.C.'s most resilient city

Langford rated B.C.'s most resilient city