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Vancouver choir brings gay-positive voice to United Church’s year of affirmation

Enjoy the chorus’s Making Spirits Bright concert Nov. 21 and 22

Comic Strippers promise to keep their pants on

High-energy show aims to have audience laugh its socks off

Seniors the focus of Sidney all-candidates meeting

Canadian Association of Retired Persons (CARP) is hosting a special meeting at the Shoal Centre in Sidney from 2-4 p.m. Sept. 29.

Oak Bay High gets it right

The new Oak Bay High School: ‘A place you want to be’

School zones back in force Tuesday

Message to drivers: Tuesday marks the return of school zones

Highway not a safe haven for View Royal rabbits

Local group looking to relocate rabbits to sanctuary

Weighted lottery for Canucks’ pre-season tickets at Q Centre

Less than 400 tickets available for residents outside Saanich Peninsula

Rugby Canada CEO stepping down

Langford operations minimally affected by departure

‘Eye candy’ meets West Coast Impressionism

Oak Bay artist is back at work after recovering from blood cancer

Golden games for Oak Bay sprint cyclist

Before Evan Carey’s day turned to gold, it began as had so many mornings before.

Camosun brings popular courses to West Shore

For more information on Camosun College’s West Shore offerings, see Camosun.ca/learn/westshore.

Minor earthquake rumbles Langford

West Shore residents report minor shake as magnitude 3 earthquake strikes north of Langford.

Dementia care model in Colwood too far ahead of its time

Unless unexpected source of funding found, vision of a private service to complement crowded public care is not yet financially feasible.

Aerator getting replaced in Langford Lake

At about 12,000 pounds, the new hypolimnetic aerator is so big it will be brought in by a Sikorsky Sky-crane in mid-August.

Langford company a model of success for British Columbia’s high-tech industry

The province predicts more than 100,000 people will have jobs in high-tech in B.C. within two years.

Rock the Shores succeeds despite storm delay

The 12,000 people who packed the makeshift stadium were treated to an evening of great music, wild weather and top-notch planning

Flames engulf tow truck in Langford parking lot

Langford firefighters were called about the blaze at 11:06 a.m. and were able to contain the fire.

Training helps social workers better understand cultural strengths of First Nations

SHARING the JOURNEY: Langford-based Caring for First Nations Children Society graduated its largest class of social workers ever

Show stoppers shine on Sunday in Langford

Langford Show and Shine shuts down stretch of Goldstream Avenue for 2012 car show

Tyvek-clad thieves steal shopping cart of cell phones from Langford Future Shop

The RCMP are searching for two people who donned Tyvek coveralls to steal a shopping cart of cell phones from the Future Shop in Langford.