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Against her will

By Tori Marlan
March 25, 2024

Kir Anvik is injected every month with a medicine she believes is doing more harm than good. But doctors are forcing her to take it

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Buccaneer Days starts spring this weekend in Esquimalt

Mark Brennae
May 9, 2024

Also new this year is a park-and-ride with a shuttle (by donation) leaving the parking lot on Canteen every 30 minutes. There’s also a bike valet with all donations going toward sports groups at Esquimalt High.


Overdoses in BC harder to treat with rise of benzodiazepines in toxic drugs

Robyn Bell
May 9, 2024

Benzos were linked to nearly 50% of all toxic drug deaths on the Island in 2023


Turn out the lights, the pickleball is over on these North Saanich courts

Mark Brennae
May 8, 2024

The Wain Park pickleball court was officially closed effective as of 7:30 yesterday morning, mere hours after an overflow crowd packed the city council’s chamber, many there to appeal the closure.


Yintah wins Best Canadian Documentary at the Rogers Hot Docs Festival

Documentary on Wet’suwet’en struggle to protect the land was ten years in the making


Housing, indoor pickleball court under consideration for Carnarvon Park

Robyn Bell
May 6, 2024

A survey allows residents to choose from four potential park revitalization options


Consequential questions remain about the potential revival of the SPLO program in SD61

The debate continues as to whether—and how—the school police liaison officer program might continue


Tenants in an Esquimalt building worry they may be renovicted

Mark Brennae
May 1, 2024

Residents at 519 Sturdee received eviction notices so the new owner can renovate


UVic students set up encampment on campus in support of Palestine

Robyn Bell
May 1, 2024

The encampment was set up Wednesday morning, joining students across North America


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