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Victoria International Marina hosts nearly 50 Nordhavn yachts

Victoria International Marina hosts nearly 50 Nordhavn yachts

Gathering continues until Sunday
Victoria seeks public comment on plan for new forms of housing

Victoria seeks public comment on plan for new forms of housing

Initiative proposes to change bylaws and land-use regulations.
Kitchen that turns rejected produce into meals gets $350,000

Kitchen that turns rejected produce into meals gets $350,000

Produce that's difficult to sell is donated by grocery stores
Killer of Reena Virk gets day parole extended

Killer of Reena Virk gets day parole extended

Kelly Ellard, now known as Kerry Sims, was convicted in the 1997 murder of 14-year-old Reena Virk in Saanich. She has had her day parole continued for another six months.
B.C. Premier John Horgan broke the law with 2020’s snap election: lawyer

B.C. Premier John Horgan broke the law with 2020’s snap election: lawyer

Lawsuit seeks ruling that premier, lieutenant governor defied fixed election date clause
Rusting ferry towed from Union Bay to Richmond

Rusting ferry towed from Union Bay to Richmond

The rusting Queen of Burnaby, decommissioned since 2017 and languishing in Union Bay since last November, was towed back to BC Ferries facilities in Richmond on Thursday.
'Disheartening': DFO looking into vessel that got way too close to grey whale

'Disheartening': DFO looking into vessel that got way too close to grey whale

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans is investigating a crew aboard a Zodiac vessel that was seen photographing a grey whale less than a metre from the animal.
Dix under fire from doctors for comments praising nurse practitioners

Dix under fire from doctors for comments praising nurse practitioners

B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix attempted to fend off criticism from doctors Thursday that he was purposely pitting nurse practitioners against physicians at a time of crisis in the health-care system.
More than 60 locations on Salt Spring hit in graffiti spree

More than 60 locations on Salt Spring hit in graffiti spree

Salt Spring Island RCMP are asking for the public’s help in locating whoever is behind a recent rash of graffiti in dozens of spots. An estimated 60 separate locations were tagged with spray paint.
Woman killed in head-on crash north of Courtenay

Woman killed in head-on crash north of Courtenay

A 29-year-old woman has died after a head-on collision Wednesday in Merville, north of Courtenay.