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Warning, musical features puppet nudity
Empress 1908 Gin released on May 12 at downtown Victoria’s Fairmont Empress Hotel
PreparedBC is offering info to help businesses in the Central Okanagan deal with results of flooding
Shelaine Strom recognized for book titled Changing Course
A quiet ode to the joy and complexities of family life
Applications for new committee are due June 12
Saanich residents are advised that the first aerial spraying treatment, originally scheduled for Monday, May 15, to eradicate invasive gypsy moths from land around Elk Lake and Bear Hill Regional Park is being postponed to allow for optimum weather and operational conditions.
Event on May 20 at Mennonite Heritage Museum
Nobody home at time of Sunday fire on Homer Road
Public assistance sought in locating woman last seen in Parksville
Kelowna beats Kamloops Friday in senior lacrosse action
Jeff Lemire has mastered the art of the graphic novel
Takes trophy after initial Madden Cup winner Soberg disqualified
New heavy-duty Ford F450 pickup truck to be used for a variety of duties such as a salter and plow
Downtown and Brechin neighbourhoods might see parking, roads blocked for Chesapeake Shores filming
The Maggie Mustangs were perfect in Okanagan Valley 2A senior girls soccer
Small businesses make up 98 per cent of all businesses in British Columbia.
Scratch beneath the surface of those who enjoy success in their professional lives, and there’s a good chance you’ll find a teacher who guided them along their path, inspiring them to strive to reach their potential.
Kelowna Karate and Fitness Inc. athletes qualify at nationals in Montreal
The Victoria Symphony will join nearly 400 singers from across the province during Chorfest 2017 at the University of Victoria’s Farquhar Auditorium.