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New city-funded space to connect homeless to housing, treatment

New city-funded space to connect homeless to housing, treatment

The City of Victoria is funding a new community space to help connect those without homes to housing and treatment services.
Ice baths stolen in break-in at Langford fitness company

Ice baths stolen in break-in at Langford fitness company

The theft from CrossFit Lolo on Atree Drive is believed to have happened on Monday
Street team that aims to keep clubgoers safe launches in Victoria on Friday

Street team that aims to keep clubgoers safe launches in Victoria on Friday

Team members in peach-coloured hoodies are on the lookout for people experiencing unwanted interactions, or alone and needing help reuniting with friends or getting into a cab
Victoria residents to decide if Crystal Pool will be replaced

Victoria residents to decide if Crystal Pool will be replaced

Council voted unanimously to hold a referendum on borrowing $168.9 million to build a new pool and fitness facility.
Olympic Peninsula's Makah Tribe could once again harpoon whales as U.S. waives conservation law

Olympic Peninsula's Makah Tribe could once again harpoon whales as U.S. waives conservation law

Makah win waiver, clears way for first whale hunt since 1999
'Unreal traffic': Ongoing congestion in Sooke sparks petition

'Unreal traffic': Ongoing congestion in Sooke sparks petition

The petition, which calls for immediate action on “gridlock” in the community, has attracted a thousand signatures so far.
Dutch Bakery building up for sale, but owners want to stay

Dutch Bakery building up for sale, but owners want to stay

“The ideal situation is someone buys it and takes us on as tenants,” says Michele Byrne, who owns the family-run operation with two cousins
Sidney Museum exhibit looks at queer history on the Peninsula

Sidney Museum exhibit looks at queer history on the Peninsula

The display includes records from local publications such as The Review and items from the Transgender Archives at the University of Victoria
Point Hope shipyard hosts job fair and open house, hoping to attract more people to trades

Point Hope shipyard hosts job fair and open house, hoping to attract more people to trades

Tours are open to the public on Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and prospective workers will be able to speak directly with general mangers and employees in nine of Ralmax’s industrial companies.
Two new physicians recruited for Port Hardy, but ER remains closed overnight

Two new physicians recruited for Port Hardy, but ER remains closed overnight

The two were posted to the town as part of a program where physicians agree to serve in rural and remote communities during their first few years of practice in B.C.