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Winter Games curling reps have experience on their side

Teen rinks from Juan de Fuca club in Colwood set to heat up the ice in Mission

Swimming to freedom from multiple sclerosis

Athlete with MS helps others regain mobility through exercise in the water

Our wounded warriors need help

For Allan Kobayashi, endurance running is a key component of his effort to heal from post-traumatic stress disorder.

Blind woman fights for a chance at an independent life

Visually impaired in Canada forced to travel to U.S. for intensive skills training

Fighting the good fight against invasives

Volunteers work to restore Rithet’s Bog by removing the fast-growing non-native species

Battling the unseen injury

Military men take on Island ultra-marathon to raise awareness of post-traumatic stress disorder

Teachers party like it’s 2002

West Shore and Sooke schools could see smaller classes, more educators in wake of court ruling

Staying on the beaten path in Mount Douglas Park

Saanich parks crews block off unsanctioned trails in an attempt to restore parkland

Politicos aim to place poverty on legislative radar

Victoria-area MPs, MLAs endorse social agency’s poverty reduction strategy

Digging into nature and science at age 4

St. Margaret’s School students seek insights into natural world at a young age

Saanich woman on a mission of mercy

Alice Powell volunteers her dental skills in West Africa on two-year tour

New Camosun trades complex due to break ground in March

A new trades training facility at Camosun College Interurban received the go-ahead from Saanich council this week.

Canada Post vows to work with local government on community mailboxes

Canada Post has a message for Saanich council and residents concerned about community mailboxes: consultation is coming.

Victoria health drink preps for U.S. debut

Created to help with cystic fibrosis, unlikely entrepreneurs hit growing health market

Camosun College rolls out free shuttle bus

No crowding, no pass-ups, free Wi-Fi and no cost. Could there be a sweeter bus ride for a starving student?

Saanich filmmaker wraps up Malala documentary

Journalist tells story of famed girl from Pakistan

Still running strong

Running champ Geoff Martinson returns to Sunday's Pioneer 8K for kickoff of Island Race Series

Cordova Bay Tru Value grocery reopens after New Year’s Day fire

A glass four-door freezer unit started smoking and then caught fire at 10:10 a.m., about 10 minutes after opening on New Year's Day

Saanich 2014 in preview: Hartland biosolids plant under fire

The Capital Regional District is still at least a year from building a sewage resource recovery plant at Hartland Landfill

Recycling the technology of Christmas past

Electronics, small appliances accepted for free at depots across Greater Victoria