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Condos rethink cameras over privacy concerns

Condos rethink cameras over privacy concerns

Ruling, complaints prompt strata councils to tighten reins on surveillance
Shortage of B.C. judges stymies cases

Shortage of B.C. judges stymies cases

The shortage of provincial court judges in B.C. has resulted in two more impaired driving cases being stayed due to delays in the past five weeks. On Sept. 29 and Oct.

Why the Vancouver Island family farm may be in peril

The need exists for locally grown food, but farmland is getting very expensive

Byelection: Development and governance among key issues

Byelection Nov. 20: North Saanich
Byelection: Networking may be vital amid likely low turnout

Byelection: Networking may be vital amid likely low turnout

Byelection Nov. 20: VICTORIA

Speculation about higher minimum wage dashed

Labour Minister Murray Coell has backed off on comments that led to speculation B.C.'s minimum wage -- the lowest in the country at $8 an hour -- will be hiked soon.

Café opens as street enjoys renaissance

Cranberry's Coffee Cup owner sees better times ahead for businesses

Horns to trumpet Jewish new year

Rosh Hashanah starts at sundown tomorrow, signalling start of '5771'

Uptown centre dogged by parking snafu

Congestion, construction contributing to the problem

Jubilee move planned to the minute

Eight-storey Patient Care Tower set to be completed by end of the year