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Rate of COVID transmission on Island 'cause for some concern': health minister

Rate of COVID transmission on Island 'cause for some concern': health minister

Ninety-six new COVID-19 cases were reported in Island Health on Friday, along with two additional deaths. There are 646 known active cases in the region.
Colwood woman guilty of sexually assaulting 15-year-old; teen too young to consent

Colwood woman guilty of sexually assaulting 15-year-old; teen too young to consent

A Colwood woman has been convicted of two counts of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy in April 2020.
Lasqueti Islanders getting their mail again after lack of vaccinated staff shut down post office

Lasqueti Islanders getting their mail again after lack of vaccinated staff shut down post office

Malahat lanes at repair site now open continuously, oversized vehicles allowed

Malahat lanes at repair site now open continuously, oversized vehicles allowed

Victoria's unemployment rate drops again in November, with strong gains in hospitality

Victoria's unemployment rate drops again in November, with strong gains in hospitality

Fish-farming company fined $500,000 for 2017 Echo Bay diesel spill

Fish-farming company fined $500,000 for 2017 Echo Bay diesel spill

A company that pleaded guilty to a major diesel spill at one of its north Island fish farms has been fined $500,000 by a provincial court judge.
Man arrested in connection with robbery at Saanich gas station

Man arrested in connection with robbery at Saanich gas station

Police said a man entered the station about 3 p.m., showed a knife and demanded money.
Truck Light Convoy to roll through Greater Victoria on Saturday evening (MAP)

Truck Light Convoy to roll through Greater Victoria on Saturday evening (MAP)

Trucks decorated with colourful lights will start leaving Ogden Point at 5:45 p.m. on Saturday
Saanich, W̱SÁNEĆ leaders stress reconciliation with new memorandum of understanding

Saanich, W̱SÁNEĆ leaders stress reconciliation with new memorandum of understanding

The W̱SÁNEĆ Leadership Council and the District of Saanich have formalized their resolve in the pursuit of reconciliation and collaboration by signing a memorandum of understanding.
Extra shelter spaces opened up as south Island braces for snow

Extra shelter spaces opened up as south Island braces for snow

Temperatures around or below zero degrees are expected, along with snowfall that may accumulate.