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When the residents of tent city moved into the former Central Care Home, Andy Bond expected the first few months would be chaotic.
Christine Lowe has had a few sleepless nights pondering the decisions she’s made or about to make that could change someone’s life forever.
“There’s no way I’m moving on shore,” said John after meeting with outreach workers from Pacifica Housing on Tuesday.
The Saunders family have experienced a series of disturbing events.
“It’s not pleasant,” says master seaman William Henderson as he looks at the five empty cells at the military police headquarters.
Methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin and GHB found in North Park home
For Tina Champoux, getting injured at work is just part of the job.
Sitting in the locker room waiting to head out for a kickboxing match, nothing ever feels right for Greg Lamothe.
It’s a number Heather Hobbs finds alarming.
Francesco Canacari has agreed to never teach in a public or private school in B.C. again.
With delegates from the UBCM, the PGA tour and the Royal visit, the chamber of commerce said it amount to an amazing week.
The former Burnside Elementary School is getting set to return to its roots next year as major seismic upgrades continue.
How many days on average do you see deer on your property? Has there been any damage as a result of the deer? Any conflict?
It’s not the type of phone call Kelly Goldbeck necessarily wants to receive.
Will and Kate shine spotlight on supportive non-profit during final day in Victoria and B.C.
Sail and Life Training Society, The Cridge Centre for the Family will host royal couple
Medview MD opens new medical studio at the Cridge Family Pharmacy
Monopole being installed in Esquimalt as first phase of upgrades gets underway
Department putting the final touches on the program
Project manager says things are looking good for the bridge to be on schedule