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Some crops like tomatoes don't cross pollinate well
The company that built Dean Park Estates did not foresee a library at the site of Panorama Recreation Centre when it donated the land to the District of North Saanich in 1975.
We are heading towards Phase 3 of getting back to a normal life. Almost everything that was closed during the first few months of the COVID-19 scare is now open.
Local man didn't expect funds so decided to pay it forward
Reliable test results often includes thousands of subjects and many years of observations.
As an avid, lifelong cyclist, I applaud Victoria's efforts to increase bike usage. After spending considerable money on the fantastic bike trails and lanes, can an effort be made to monitor the speed and usage of these trails?
Like the fingerprints they are born with – each child is different.
We would like to thank writer Nina Grossman and the Oak Bay News for the important article in the July 2 issue, "Saanich woman says sexual assault was dismissed by police."
Sarah Simpson Column: Treasure hunting: The horrors of geocaching with kids and why we keep doing it
The things we do for our children…
Westshore Parks and Rec (WSPR) has announced that it will be opening the Q Centre ice rink but not the Juan de Fuca ice rink for the 20/21 winter season.
I'm by no means a scientist. I did take Biology 11 and even Chemistry 12 in high school, for some reason, but I always preferred the arts like History and English where there were no right and wrong answers necessarily and you could BS your way to an A by writing an essay slanted to how your teacher viewed the world.
From reader Anne Macdonald
We have proven on a national and international scale that we humans can mobilize vast efforts
Unjust harm can come from those close to biased ideas
I am a Colwood resident and own two properties in the Lagoon area on Anchorage Avenue. I am writing to express my deep disappointment with recent decisions made by the council regarding Ocean Boulevard.
By Kimberly Alaric
The weekly editorial for the 100 Mile Free Press
The last few months have seen a lot of changes at BBBSQ as we adapt to the 'new normal'
Campers must not be allowed to stay in Beacon Hill Park. We implore council to do as the taxpayers of Victoria wish.