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Hundreds of thousands waiting for medical imaging in B.C.: radiologists

Hundreds of thousands waiting for medical imaging in B.C.: radiologists

Radiologists are the latest group of specialists to ring alarm bells with the province as an estimated one million patients wait to see a specialist in B.C.
Culture, grief and healing mark Orange Shirt Day and inaugural South Island Powwow

Culture, grief and healing mark Orange Shirt Day and inaugural South Island Powwow

Culture, grief and healing mark Orange Shirt Day and the inaugural South Island Powwow
Elk Lake Inn and Suites headed for renovation and expansion

Elk Lake Inn and Suites headed for renovation and expansion

After rooms and restaurant are renovated, an older two-storey, motel-style section of the hotel is set to be demolished to allow a six-storey attached addition
David Eby's plan to remove rental restrictions in stratas gets mixed reaction

David Eby's plan to remove rental restrictions in stratas gets mixed reaction

Eby’s plan to end rental restrictions tough on small stratas: Gioventu
Metchosin to see new mayor in Oct. 15 election

Metchosin to see new mayor in Oct. 15 election

Both candidates for mayor in Metchosin are campaigning on promises to preserve the rural character of the community against encroaching development
Signs, signs everywhere a sign: There must be an election underway

Signs, signs everywhere a sign: There must be an election underway

Election signs may seem like a throwback, but they’re an important part of building name recognition, says a communications expert.
Endangered southern resident killer whale population continues decline: report

Endangered southern resident killer whale population continues decline: report

Researchers found there were three deaths — including an entanglement — and two healthy births between July 2021 and July 1 of this year.
Floating spa proposed for Ship Point

Floating spa proposed for Ship Point

A City of Victoria staff report said the facility fits with the city’s goals for diversifying waterfront activities, providing a connection between land and water and creating vibrancy in the area
Podcast faces hard truths on path to reconciliation

Podcast faces hard truths on path to reconciliation

Featuring probing conversations with Indigenous elders, academic, artists and activists, the eight-part podcast looks at hard truths about history
Province to expand pharmacists' prescribing powers, add med-school seats

Province to expand pharmacists' prescribing powers, add med-school seats

Beginning Oct. 14, pharmacists will be allowed to administer and renew up to two years a wider range of prescriptions for people without a family doctor