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Death at 844 Johnson: 'We both knew this building was going to kill him'

Death at 844 Johnson: 'We both knew this building was going to kill him'

In a video shot by his daughter just before Christmas, Jamaal Johnson said it was impossible for him to fight his addictions while living at 844 Johnson. He was right
Saanich seeks more input on dogs in parks

Saanich seeks more input on dogs in parks

An online survey will be open starting Wednesday and an open house will be held Wednesday from 3-7 p.m. at the Cedar Hill Golf Course Clubhouse
Dix announces $30M for north Island health; Port Hardy ER to remain closed overnight

Dix announces $30M for north Island health; Port Hardy ER to remain closed overnight

Port McNeill and Port Hardy hospitals have been crippled by doctor and nurse shortages, resulting in emergency-department closures since the spring.
Sea lice from farmed to wild salmon ‘insignificant’: study

Sea lice from farmed to wild salmon ‘insignificant’: study

Science secretariat finds no significant impacts attributable to fish farms
Down-to-wire decision staves off deportation for Courtenay woman

Down-to-wire decision staves off deportation for Courtenay woman

Community has rallied behind Grace Mukadzambo, who was scheduled to be deported from Edmonton to Zimbabwe on Monday
School in Lake Cowichan to be torn down

School in Lake Cowichan to be torn down

A.B. Greenwell Elementary School has been closed since 2008, when mould concerns prompted the district to move students to Yount Elementary School in Youbou
Victoria police officers honoured for life-saving efforts

Victoria police officers honoured for life-saving efforts

Officers who helped man who was stabbed and sprayed with mace among honourees
Nanaimo grocery store robbed by man armed with knife

Nanaimo grocery store robbed by man armed with knife

The clerk at Superette Foods on Albert Street told police that a man wearing a mask entered the store with a knife in his hand and demanded money.
Oak Bay library branch closed after asbestos-contaminated dust found

Oak Bay library branch closed after asbestos-contaminated dust found

The district will conduct further testing to ensure the safety of staff and the community, says GVPL
Downtown Victoria streets to close for Chinese New Year celebrations Sunday

Downtown Victoria streets to close for Chinese New Year celebrations Sunday

Activities will run from noon until 4 p.m., and include the Lion Dance Parade and kung fu demonstrations.
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