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Quick response by Mounties may have saved driver's life

Two West Shore RCMP officers are being praised for a quick response that might have saved the life of a driver who went into medical distress Monday. About 10: 45 a.m.

Justice system staggering under federal reforms: bar association

Federal Justice Minister Rob Nicholson dodged a call Monday from the Canadian Bar Association demanding a review of federal legalaid funding to ensure money for defence is keeping up with the pace of federal justice reforms.
Athletes gratified with cheering airport turnout

Athletes gratified with cheering airport turnout

Cyclist Gillian Carleton and open-water swimmer Richard Weinberger, with their Olympic bronze medals around their necks, burst through the arrival door at Victoria International Airport to cheers and clapping Monday afternoon, less than 24 hours afte

Panel urges better representation for Greater Victoria transit

A B.C government transit review panel calls for improved representation for Greater Victoria's transit service, saying the status quo does not allow for efficient regional planning. The three-member review panel spent five months reviewing B.C.

Have your say tonight on the CBC you want

Group gathering input from public

Police watchdog signs agreements with 14 forces

B.C.'s new police watchdog has signed agreements with police forces across the province.

Suspect caught before heist reported

A recent bank heist in Abbotsford was an open and shut case - in fact, it was shut before it even opened.

Suspect caught in knife incident

Saanich police arrested a 21-year-old man at gunpoint after he threatened people with knives early Sunday. Several people were confronted outside a convenience store at Burnside Road West and Harriet Road around 1 a.m.

Fuel stolen in dual instalments

Victoria police are investigating after $2,700 worth of fuel was stolen during two break-and-enters at Victoria Marine Fuels. Someone entered the secure compound of the Fisherman's Wharf business on both Aug. 7 and Aug.

Esquimalt faces battle over access to police documents

A Victoria police officer is asking the B.C. privacy commissioner to review whether the Township of Esquimalt is being overly secretive in refusing to release documents around its policing controversy.
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