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Man injured in vehicle rollover

A driver escaped with minor injuries after driving off the road and rolling down a steep embankment next to Finlayson Arm Road on Friday night. The driver, the lone occupant, said he hit a patch of black ice about 10 p.m.

Cooking fire damages home

A cooking fire caused significant damage to a Langford home on Saturday. About 20 Langford firefighters responded to a fire in the 1000 block of Shaw Avenue soon after 5 p.m.

Pupatello, Wynne leading in delegate selection for Ont. Liberal leadership

TORONTO - Would-be premiers Kathleen Wynne and Sandra Pupatello battled for the lead in crucial delegate selection meetings for the Ontario Liberal leadership late Saturday as party members spend the weekend picking the people who will be eligible to

Calendar, Jan. 13 and 14: Comedy, concert, bridal exhibition

SUNDAY, JAN. 13 Phillips Comedy Night featuring Vancouver’s Shirley Gnome, hosted by Wes Borg, 8 p.m. at the Victoria Event Centre, 1415 Broad St. Contact mcsquare@shaw.ca "> mcsquare@shaw.ca . St.
Harper hands out community service medals as activist pledges to send hers back

Harper hands out community service medals as activist pledges to send hers back

TORONTO - Prime Minister Stephen Harper honoured a group of Ontarians with a national community service award Saturday as a leading activist was vowing to send back her award to show solidarity with a First Nations chief on a high-profile protest.

Harper-First Nations meeting was only Round One in a long, hard haul

OTTAWA - Over the past few days, as National Chief Shawn Atleo has been buffeted by harsh division among chiefs, protesters in the streets and a hunger protest with no obvious resolution, there were "fleeting" moments when he wondered whether he shou
Questions raised over former government aide Bob Virk's land deal

Questions raised over former government aide Bob Virk's land deal

Opposition New Democrats raised questions Friday about how one of the men at the centre of the B.C. Rail corruption scandal is connected to the purchase and development of a property in Saanich. Bob Virk, a former B.C.

Calendar, Jan. 12 and 13: Almost Legal; Blues, Blues, Blues

SATURDAY, JAN. 12 Almost Legal: Theatre SKAM’s 18th Birthday Bash and Fundraiser with Mike Demers and Waves of Daves at Oddfellows Hall, 1315 Douglas St., 8 p.m. Tickets include ticket for Canadian Theatre’s best door prize, the SKAMraffle. Tel.
Defunct Chinese medicine school on Pandora mired in aftermath

Defunct Chinese medicine school on Pandora mired in aftermath

It’s a distinctive pink building dating back to 1895, but its educational history in recent years is definitely below grade. Now the former home of the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine at 769 Pandora Ave.
Victoria’s oldest school of traditional Chinese medicine closes its doors

Victoria’s oldest school of traditional Chinese medicine closes its doors

The doors of Victoria’s oldest school of traditional Chinese medicine have closed, and after more than a year, there are no plans to reopen them.