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Suspect in custody after Centennial Square stabbing: VicPD

Suspect in custody after Centennial Square stabbing: VicPD

The male victim was taken to hospital by paramedics with serious but non-life-threatening injuries
Canada to ban open net fish farms in B.C. by 2029

Canada to ban open net fish farms in B.C. by 2029

The Canadian federal government says it will ban open net salmon farms in British Columbia starting in 2029 in a plan that will renew more than 60 licences across the province for another five years.
'My friend is underwater!': Former lifeguard recalls diving into Langford Lake to find teen

'My friend is underwater!': Former lifeguard recalls diving into Langford Lake to find teen

The 17-year-old Belmont Secondary student died Wednesday after being pulled out of the lake on Saturday
Golf tournament forced to find more billets after short-term rentals curtailed

Golf tournament forced to find more billets after short-term rentals curtailed

Golfers in the Beachlands Victoria Open golf tournament had to scramble to find accommodation
Les Leyne: What John Rustad is pitching: Tax cuts, addiction treatment, nuclear power, fire Bonnie Henry

Les Leyne: What John Rustad is pitching: Tax cuts, addiction treatment, nuclear power, fire Bonnie Henry

B.C. Conservative leader said he’s offering a “common sense” approach to governing
Representing himself, accused in second-degree murder trial mounts no defence

Representing himself, accused in second-degree murder trial mounts no defence

Mohamed Daud Omar, 29, chose not to call any witnesses or cross-examine most of the Crown’s witnesses in the two-week B.C. Supreme Court trial
'A huge difference in my life': Adult ed centre becomes W̱SÁNEĆ College

'A huge difference in my life': Adult ed centre becomes W̱SÁNEĆ College

Saanich Adult Education Centre in Brentwood Bay, which started in 1990 in a portable, has been redubbed W̱SÁNEĆ College
Looming capital gains tax changes spark 'unprecedented' rush in B.C. property sales

Looming capital gains tax changes spark 'unprecedented' rush in B.C. property sales

Usually, there’s gap from when property goes under contract to when sale is done. Instead, there’s been a ‘turbo-charge’ to getting these deals done.
Police sergeant accused of sexual misconduct has taught at Royal Roads

Police sergeant accused of sexual misconduct has taught at Royal Roads

The Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner says the allegations involve seven women, including police officers and former students at Royal Roads and Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
Mom has dementia, her son asked for $250K from her estate — but a B.C. court said no

Mom has dementia, her son asked for $250K from her estate — but a B.C. court said no

Son had written agreement he would receive half the proceeds of parents’ summer home — but the judge ruled mom’s power of attorney didn’t allow such a gift.