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Greater Victoria buses back on regular routes

Greater Victoria buses back on regular routes

There are also reports of snow on the Malahat and in the Cowichan Valley.
Ukrainian students at UVic ask for security after harassment

Ukrainian students at UVic ask for security after harassment

Ukrainian Students’ Society says it has advised university security that it’s holding a general meeting Tuesday, in the wake of incidents it believes amount to harassment.
Jack Knox: Plainclothes VicPD officer to partner with health worker on mental-health calls

Jack Knox: Plainclothes VicPD officer to partner with health worker on mental-health calls

A new unit will see a plainclothes Victoria police officer and a health professional partner in an unmarked car, responding to crises traditionally handled by uniformed cops.
North Saanich seeks budget input from residents

North Saanich seeks budget input from residents

Residents have been asked to fill in a survey before Feb. 17 on how they feel about the types of services the district provides.
The final Christmas Fund count: $895,399.04

The final Christmas Fund count: $895,399.04

The Christmas Fund helps the less fortunate through the Christmas season, the cold winter months, and throughout the year.
System 'broken' if Bamberton quarry gets no environmental review: Green MLA

System 'broken' if Bamberton quarry gets no environmental review: Green MLA

Environmental Assessment Office office, which recommended against a review, may be “underestimating the passion with which the local community here disagrees with them,” says Adam Olsen
Drug decriminalization means 'mind shift' for officers, says Victoria police chief

Drug decriminalization means 'mind shift' for officers, says Victoria police chief

Decriminalization comes after a federal exemption from Canada’s drug laws to allow substance users to possess a total of 2.5 grams of opioids such as heroin and fentanyl, as well as crack and powder cocaine, methamphetamine and MDMA.
Illegal fishing mission in B.C. leads to hundreds of crabs being set free

Illegal fishing mission in B.C. leads to hundreds of crabs being set free

Fisheries and Oceans Canada says charges may follow.
Wanted man considered high risk to reoffend

Wanted man considered high risk to reoffend

William Watts, 49, has several robbery convictions. Anyone who sees him is asked to call 911.
Here's when you can start making reservations to camp at Canada's national parks

Here's when you can start making reservations to camp at Canada's national parks

There are going to be some changes to the system, so make sure to register properly.
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