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Seamus Weeks (file photo)

Online sexual exploitation leads to jail time for B.C. man

Seamus Weeks will be on sex offender registry for life

Seamus Weeks (file photo)
A page of the SENĆOŦEN dictionary contains example sentences and definitions. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)

VIDEO: New Indigenous dictionary compiled to save language in B.C.

New SENĆOŦEN dictionary has over 1,500 pages and 12,000 words

A page of the SENĆOŦEN dictionary contains example sentences and definitions. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)
Amarjeet Sohi (left), Canadian Minister of Natural Resources, attends the launch of seven electric vehicle charging stations on Vancouver Island along with George Heyman, B.C. Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy and Mayor Steve Price of the Town of Sidney. The charging stations are part of a B.C.-wide charging network to reduce “range anxiety.” (Hugo Wong/Peninsula News Review)

New B.C. Hydro electric car chargers launch on Vancouver Island

Fast-chargers to reduce ‘range anxiety’ for B.C. electric car drivers

Amarjeet Sohi (left), Canadian Minister of Natural Resources, attends the launch of seven electric vehicle charging stations on Vancouver Island along with George Heyman, B.C. Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy and Mayor Steve Price of the Town of Sidney. The charging stations are part of a B.C.-wide charging network to reduce “range anxiety.” (Hugo Wong/Peninsula News Review)
Minister of Defence Harjit Sajjan announces a new marine mammal survey at the Institute of Ocean Sciences in Sidney, B.C. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)

Summer-long marine survey off B.C. coast the largest of its kind

Scientists to learn more about little-known whales

Minister of Defence Harjit Sajjan announces a new marine mammal survey at the Institute of Ocean Sciences in Sidney, B.C. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)
A baby Nigerian Dwarf goat participates in her first-ever yoga class. (Alisa Howlett/News Staff file)

Goat cuddlers wanted for Greater Victoria farm

The wee goats need to get used to humans before ‘goat yoga’ launches

A baby Nigerian Dwarf goat participates in her first-ever yoga class. (Alisa Howlett/News Staff file)
UPDATE: Orca Airways grounded due to safety issues

UPDATE: Orca Airways grounded due to safety issues

Merger with Integra Air results in loss of operator’s certificate

UPDATE: Orca Airways grounded due to safety issues
The current marijuana bunker is operated by Evergreen Medicinal near Michell Farms. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)

ALR protection petition reaches B.C. Legislature

Group opposing marijuana greenhouses collects 1,400 signatures

The current marijuana bunker is operated by Evergreen Medicinal near Michell Farms. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)
Man killed near Victoria mall

Man killed near Victoria mall

Witnesses say man was stabbed, Vancouver Island integrated major crime unit investigating

Man killed near Victoria mall
Serious incident closes off Vancouver Island neighbourhood

Serious incident closes off Vancouver Island neighbourhood

Belmont Ave. and Hillside Ave. cordoned off

Serious incident closes off Vancouver Island neighbourhood
Stelly’s Seecondary School in Central Saanich (Hugo Wong/News Staff)

B.C. student arrested for school threat on social media

An online post showed them firing a weapon with the caption ‘practicing for school’

Stelly’s Seecondary School in Central Saanich (Hugo Wong/News Staff)
Duncan and North Cowichan are on an amalgamation adventure

Duncan and North Cowichan are on an amalgamation adventure

Sidney meeting highlights the fact there’s no playbook for the process

Duncan and North Cowichan are on an amalgamation adventure
The Victoria Police Department has arrested a man for sexual assault aboard B.C. Transit buses. BLACK PRESS file photo

Man charged with sex assault aboard Victoria buses

The Victoria Police co-operated with BC Transit staff, Saanich Police, and West Shore RCMP

The Victoria Police Department has arrested a man for sexual assault aboard B.C. Transit buses. BLACK PRESS file photo
Charge laid in Vancouver Island animal cruelty case

Charge laid in Vancouver Island animal cruelty case

Daniel Howard Ruygrok charged after dog found with compound fracture

Charge laid in Vancouver Island animal cruelty case
Image provided by Rachael Merrett/Georgia Strait Alliance.

B.C. killer whales need emergency protection, according to conservation groups

Food availability, excess noise and habitat loss are major threats to southern resident orcas

Image provided by Rachael Merrett/Georgia Strait Alliance.
Colwood to Victoria ferry could be in the works

Colwood to Victoria ferry could be in the works

Service could reduce congestion on the Colwood Crawl

Colwood to Victoria ferry could be in the works
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society (SMWS) is making a charitable donation after being forced to withdraw from this weekend’s Victoria Whisky Festival following a prohibition-style raid by the province a day earlier.

Whisky society commits to charity donation in wake of whisky raids

Refund of Victoria Whiskey Festival tickets won’t impact charity beneficiaries

The Scotch Malt Whisky Society (SMWS) is making a charitable donation after being forced to withdraw from this weekend’s Victoria Whisky Festival following a prohibition-style raid by the province a day earlier.
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Saanich Peninsula Legion president Mary Truttman presents a cheque for $15,000 to Brian Alexander (left) and Rod Hughes (right) from Legion Manor Victoria on Jan. 6, part of the $90,000 raised by the 2017 poppy campaign. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)                                Saanich Peninsula Legion president Mary Truttman presents a cheque for $15,000 to Brian Alexander (left) and Rod Hughes (right) from Legion Manor Victoria on Jan. 6, part of the $90,000 raised by the 2017 poppy campaign. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)

Local Legion makes donation

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Saanich Peninsula Legion president Mary Truttman presents a cheque for $15,000 to Brian Alexander (left) and Rod Hughes (right) from Legion Manor Victoria on Jan. 6, part of the $90,000 raised by the 2017 poppy campaign. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)                                Saanich Peninsula Legion president Mary Truttman presents a cheque for $15,000 to Brian Alexander (left) and Rod Hughes (right) from Legion Manor Victoria on Jan. 6, part of the $90,000 raised by the 2017 poppy campaign. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)
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More buoys allowed for Brentwood Bay

Proposed number rises from 40 to 60

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Tent city arrives in Central Saanich

Tent city arrives in Central Saanich

Three tents near Polo Park as of Wednesday morning

Tent city arrives in Central Saanich