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Negotiations between UVic and student protestors break down

On the day of a key ICJ ruling, the two sides have come to a standstill in negotiations


Saanich to implement a hefty application fee for ALR exemptions

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Anyone caught discharging prohibited substances into the stormwater infrastructure is subject to fines of up to $1K per day


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Tenancy protections will apply to BC retirement homes

Mark Brennae
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Calls over illegal rent hikes have doubled over the past year, BC’s official Seniors Advocate says


Heiltsuk Nation repatriates chief’s seat from Royal BC Museum after 113 years

Robyn Bell
July 12, 2024

The seat was built by master carver and Heiltsuk Nation chief Captain Richard Carpenter around 1900


Unique underwater mountains near the Island protected in agreement with Feds and First Nations

Robyn Bell
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The MPA will conserve an area of the Pacific Ocean four times the size of Vancouver Island


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