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J'accuse: Fuming French say British used dirty tricks at Olympics

J'accuse: Fuming French say British used dirty tricks at Olympics

It's a feud that's been simmering for seven years - or, if you leaf through the history books, since at least the Middle Ages.

Identities in fatal crash released

The names of a motorcyclist and a pedestrian who died in a Lake Cowichan collision on Saturday were released Thursday by regional coroner Matt Brown. The driver of the motorcycle was 60-year-old Arthur Randy Barnard of Chemainus. extras

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Judge orders psychiatric assessment for Hopley

Admitted child abductor Randall Hopley made the bogeyman real, a judge said Thursday as she ordered a psychiatric assessment for the man. B.C.

Victim lived, gunman a 'failure'

The Tucson gunman who killed six people and severely wounded Gabrielle Giffords has labelled himself a failure because the former Arizona congresswoman survived his rampage, according to a prison psychologist's report released Thursday.
Homecoming today to honour Ryder Hesjedal

Homecoming today to honour Ryder Hesjedal

Parade to Centennial Square

Victoria seeking feedback on changes to Beacon Hill Park roadways

The City of Victoria is seeking public input on changes to the Beacon Hill Park road system. A pilot program that changes the direction of traffic on some roads and closes others is in place for the next three months.

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Man at pool charged with sexual interference

A 47-year-old man who was arrested at Esquimalt Recreation Centre has been charged with three counts of sexual interference with a minor.

Teachers' dispute could force election

Attempts by Ontario's minority Liberal government to impose a wage freeze on teachers this summer could trigger a general election if it can't convince the opposition parties to let the bill pass.