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Saanich to explore lawsuit against Big Oil

Robyn Bell
February 15, 2024

Staff's recommendation to council to sue fossil fuel companies a first in Canada

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Everything happening for Winter Arts Fest this weekend

Robyn Bell
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Check out all the art, live music and food taking over Victoria this weekend


Spencer Middle School rainbow crosswalk vandalized

Emma Boyn
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Mark Brennae
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“Celebrating Black history is celebrating Canadian history”

Eva Rasciauskas
February 14, 2024

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This is a good week to do something nice for a stranger (not that it should only happen now)

Mark Brennae
February 14, 2024

It's Random Act of Kindness Week: Have you done something kind for someone?

Civil Unrest

Langford councillor 'harassed' by 'disgruntled' citizen, mayor says

Mark Brennae
February 14, 2024

"There has been obvious disgruntlement since the previous election again, by a small, very vocal minority. And yes, there has been an escalation in their comments and actions. And we're at a point that we are coming to you right now to say this cannot continue." - Langford Mayor Scott Goodmanson.


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