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Jack Knox: How bad is it? Other Canadians feel sorry for us

Jack Knox: How bad is it? Other Canadians feel sorry for us

Police warn of online Canada Post scam, counterfeit money in Port Alberni

Police warn of online Canada Post scam, counterfeit money in Port Alberni

Stranded field-hockey players secure flight back to Canada next week

Stranded field-hockey players secure flight back to Canada next week

The Canadian junior national women’s field-hockey team, including five players from the Island, will have to wait until next week to leave South Africa.
Huu-ay-aht First Nations agree to old-growth logging deferral

Huu-ay-aht First Nations agree to old-growth logging deferral

Strong homes sales in Greater Victoria despite lack of housing inventory

Strong homes sales in Greater Victoria despite lack of housing inventory

Despite inventory dipping below the 900-property mark at the end of last month, the region recorded 653 sales in November, according to the Victoria Real Estate Board.
The 21-month battle to save Lucky Bar, one of Victoria's best-loved live music venues

The 21-month battle to save Lucky Bar, one of Victoria's best-loved live music venues

DJ Murge performs as club opens doors for first time since March of 2020
Police want to talk to driver of truck seen leaving scene of collision with scooter

Police want to talk to driver of truck seen leaving scene of collision with scooter

Saanich police are investigating after a pickup truck driver left the scene of a collision involving an electric scooter. The crash happened about 8:50 a.m. Nov. 26 at the intersection of Vanalman and Glanford avenues.
B.C. E-Comm 911 operators will no longer stay on the phone with callers

B.C. E-Comm 911 operators will no longer stay on the phone with callers

The temporary measure means British Columbians calling 911 will be told they are in the queue for an ambulance but that the 911 call-taker needs to disconnect so they can answer other calls.
Deer found to be infected with COVID-19 in Quebec; no cases so far in B.C.

Deer found to be infected with COVID-19 in Quebec; no cases so far in B.C.

Discovered in three white-tail deer in Quebec's Estrie region
76 new COVID-19 cases in Island Health, along with three of seven deaths in B.C.

76 new COVID-19 cases in Island Health, along with three of seven deaths in B.C.

British Columbia recorded 375 more cases of COVID-19 Wednesday as vaccination numbers rise, including among children. Island Health recorded 76 new cases and three of the province’s seven new deaths.