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Juno Awards celebrate Avril Lavigne, Deborah Cox and host Simu Liu's many talents

Juno Awards celebrate Avril Lavigne, Deborah Cox and host Simu Liu's many talents

An in-person audience for Junos after two years of virtual shows; appreciation for Avril Lavigne; Charlotte Cardin biggest winner with four trophies
Eric Akis: Stuffed chicken breast with Italian flair

Eric Akis: Stuffed chicken breast with Italian flair

Boneless, skinless chicken breast gets a flavour boost from Italian-style ricotta and spinach filling
Our Community: Lantzville school takes a stand on environment

Our Community: Lantzville school takes a stand on environment

Plus: Wildfire preparedness in Sooke; Sarah Beckett Memorial Scholarship
Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra wins Eurovision amid war

Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra wins Eurovision amid war

Wakey wakey! Buccaneer Days returns to Esquimalt after two years

Wakey wakey! Buccaneer Days returns to Esquimalt after two years

The early-morning “Wakey wakey” call will return to Esquimalt streets this weekend as Buccaneer Days makes a comeback.
Helen Chesnut's Garden Notes: Leopard's Bane a boon to gardeners

Helen Chesnut's Garden Notes: Leopard's Bane a boon to gardeners

The plants bear large, yellow, daisy type flowers in April and May but is not seen widely in gardens here
Rick Steves: Humble devotion on Montenegro's Bay of Kotor

Rick Steves: Humble devotion on Montenegro's Bay of Kotor

While travelling, I’m often struck by how people give meaning to their lives by contributing what they can
Condo Smarts: Strata must accommodate disabled occupants

Condo Smarts: Strata must accommodate disabled occupants

Recent CRT decision ruled in favour of an owner with three cats, despite a pet bylaw, because the owner provided medical documentation of a requirement for emotional support
Future Islands headline Glitterbomber, first concert in three years at Phillips Backyard

Future Islands headline Glitterbomber, first concert in three years at Phillips Backyard

Outdoor concerts return to the Phillips Backyard this weekend, with Glitterbomber the first in the series.
B.C. First Nation Elders say salmon catches have dropped 83%

B.C. First Nation Elders say salmon catches have dropped 83%

In 48 interviews, Elders recounted decades of fishing experiences and how they fear factors out of their control — like climate change, fish farms and disease — put salmon most at risk.