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Royal Roads grad lends her expertise to quake relief effort

Royal Roads grad lends her expertise to quake relief effort

It's nearly midnight Thursday in Tokyo.

Jack Knox: Fears aside, our energy thirst is insatiable

Overnight, it seems, nuclear power has gone bad. Or, rather, it has proven itself as risky as we feared it to be in our fluttering little hearts. Three Mile Island. Chernobyl. Jane Fonda in The China Syndrome.
Nuisance deer eat their way onto CRD directors' agenda

Nuisance deer eat their way onto CRD directors' agenda

UVic took on the bunnies. Are Greater Victoria politicians ready to duke it out with Bambi? Local politicians will decide this week whether they want to dip their toes into the business of managing urban deer populations.

Police probe two deaths in Campbell River area

Campbell River RCMP are investigating two sudden deaths after bodies were found in separate locations on Saturday. One body was found in Nuns Creek Park at 2 a.m. in an area where homeless people are known to camp.
Bay Street bridge upgrade: $2 million needed to give bike plans a push

Bay Street bridge upgrade: $2 million needed to give bike plans a push

As work begins on replacing the Johnson Street Bridge in coming months, life for cyclists on Victoria's other main bridge isn't going to get any easier.
Victoria chess champ, age 10, moves into limelight with world title

Victoria chess champ, age 10, moves into limelight with world title

Victoria's newest world champion was a virtual unknown a few months ago.

Raeside's view

Adrian Raeside's cartoon
Special report: Taking out the trash

Special report: Taking out the trash

Hours may be reduced at the region's only landfill to save money and cut greenhouse gases.

Times Colonist Christmas Fund: Son's schizophrenia, poverty make it tough to feel festive

There are times when Kathleen Robinson would rather not celebrate Christmas.
Condos rethink cameras over privacy concerns

Condos rethink cameras over privacy concerns

Ruling, complaints prompt strata councils to tighten reins on surveillance