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Head to 'the cage' and turn the page of one of history's treasured tomes

Head to 'the cage' and turn the page of one of history's treasured tomes

If a little worn, these special books can catch the eyes of value hunters
Times Colonist Book Sale supports Books for Babies

Times Colonist Book Sale supports Books for Babies

TIMES COLONIST BOOK SALE Where: Victoria Curling Club, 1952 Quadra St. When: Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Council edges closer to policy on naming rights

Victoria councillors moved closer to adopting a corporate namingrights policy Thursday, but want to find out what residents think of the idea. After lengthy debate, councillors decided to use a draft crafted by Coun.
Cancer survivor ready to return to TC 10K road race

Cancer survivor ready to return to TC 10K road race

'It's amazing how motivated you are after something like that'

Press Pass: Minister turns turtle on Bears

Education Minister George Abbott held court in the legislature hallway this week with an extended riff on Yertle the Turtle that had everyone chuckling. The Dr.

Whitfield says Armstrong spat a 'lesson' in social media

Two-time Olympic medallist triathlete Simon Whitfield of Victoria says a social media spat between him and American cycling legend Lance Armstrong was blown out of proportion and is a distraction he doesn't need as he prepares for the 2012 London Gam
Are you feeling bookish?

Are you feeling bookish?

Donations for Times Colonist book sale can be dropped off on weekend

Island runner on path to London Games

The tiny community of Black Creek suddenly looks to be represented among the more than 45 Island athletes expected to be on the Canadian team for the 2012 London Summer Olympics. That's because Cameron Levins ran a riveting 13: 18.
Book sale cheque has big impact at little school

Book sale cheque has big impact at little school

The school atlas has maps of the Soviet Union and East Germany, but not Nunavut. A children's book named Little Toot dates to 1939. Even Little Toot is newer than a couple of pre-war Dr.

Advisory panelist received untendered Johnson Street Bridge contract

A former member of the Johnson Street Bridge citizen advisory panel was awarded $64,000 management consulting contract on the bridge replacement project that didn't go to bid.