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Harm reduction meeting tonight expected to be very long

Presentations could run six hours at tonight's meeting

Fraud-forgery case adjourned to next month

A Victoria man charged with fraud, uttering a forged document and swearing a false affidavit is to appear in provincial court May 3.

Saanich to vote on ambitious go-green plan

Saanich's first climate action plan is ready to go to work.

Boaters near orcas face more scrutiny

RCMP will join DFO in patrols to keep humans away from whales

Expected layoffs in B.C. government's Ministry of Forests bad timing says NDP

Layoffs bad idea as government tries to open new markets: NDP

Case of wealthy Nanaimo fisherman's shooting death in Philippines grows cold

Filipino police say they have a suspect but no evidence in Robert Dublanko's shooting death

Zalm to take the tax battle up-Island

Nanaimo and the North Island will be getting a dose of former premier Bill Vander Zalm this week as the man behind the campaign to kill the harmonized sales tax swings across the Island to rally the troops.

Meares Island death under investigation

Tofino RCMP and the B.C. Coroners Service are investigating the sudden death Monday morning of a 29-year-old woman in Opitsaht on Meares Island. Police and B.C.

Victoria lawyer denies delivering jury-tampering document in ICBC trial

Malcolm Hassan Zoraik neither created nor delivered an anonymous letter that made claims about jury tampering in an ICBC trial, defence lawyer Peter Firestone said yesterday in Victoria provincial court.

Blue bridge petitioners offer advice, urging visibility in anti-HST fight

Being visible will be one of the keys to getting enough signatures in the anti-HST petition drive, say organizers of the successful Blue Bridge petition. "Having people on the street.