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Two cougars spotted in Saanich

Two cougars spotted in Saanich

A cougar was spotted just after 4 a.m. this morning in Saanich by police, following another sighting last night. Based on descriptions, Saanich Police believe they are two different big cats.
Report on grants delayed

Report on grants delayed

Gaming-proceeds document was supposed to be released in 60 days

Assault of 83-year-old woman in Island hospital prompts policy change

Mixed-gender rooms to be limited after elderly woman attacked in bed

Man injured in New Year's fight; Victoria police respond to 140 calls

Victoria police respond to 140 calls, up from 114 last year
Deer's scrap with dog on Saanich trail raises spectre of cull

Deer's scrap with dog on Saanich trail raises spectre of cull

Controlling deer population one of biggest issues facing CRD in 2012
Artists, demonstrators shed their clothes at Saanich's Gyro Park

Artists, demonstrators shed their clothes at Saanich's Gyro Park

Participants bare all at Cadboro Bay park to illustrate vulnerability

Oak Bay man dies after scooter collision

Victoria, B.C. - A 70-year-old Oak Bay man has died of his injuries after the scooter he was riding collided with a car on Dec. 28 in Oak Bay.

Woman trapped in car as it teetered on Malahat brink

Man dead, two hurt in crash; fire chief cites lack of barriers

Planned development at foot of Johnson Street Bridge on hold

A proposal to build a $25-million, five-storey commercial/condominium project at the foot of the Johnson Street Bridge stalled Thursday when Victoria councillors clashed over the scope of the project and how much public land should be involved.
How to remove a bridge? It's downright complicated

How to remove a bridge? It's downright complicated

Removal of the Johnson Street rail bridge - locked in an upright position since it was declared unsafe in the spring - will begin in earnest in six to eight weeks.