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The confusion around restaurant tip outs

Robyn Bell
September 18, 2023

Tips are a major part of Victoria restaurant workers’ salaries—but where they end up is the employer’s call

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BC’s for-profit LTC homes are investing less in patient care, seniors advocate reports

Robyn Bell
October 2, 2023

BC's designated advocate says for-profit care homes spend less per patient, lack bang-for-buck, and are costing the public more than they used to


Protesters gather to demand action on old-growth forests

Hundreds turned out to protest what they say is government inaction on BC's ancient forests


Greg Martel “conspired” with US investor in fraudulent deal

By Zander Sherman
September 27, 2023

Accused Ponzi schemer transferred property, Teslas, and cash despite asset freeze, according to court-appointed receiver


Here’s what’s happening in Greater Victoria for National Truth and Reconciliation Day 2023

Robyn Bell
September 27, 2023

There are lots of ways to honour survivors and support Indigenous peoples and cultures this week


Saanich, Victoria, Oak Bay directed to build 10,176 housing units

Mark Brennae
September 26, 2023

We now know how many new homes the BC government is directing the province’s most housing-starved municipalities—including Victoria, Saanich and Oak Bay—to build within the next five years.


Victoria Symphony scores with song for miniseries Bones of Crows

Mark Brennae
September 22, 2023

The first segment of the five-part miniseries that has been called Canada’s version of Roots, the iconic 1977 mini-series that explored Black slavery in the United States, aired earlier this week.


Porter Airlines Swoops into YYJ for travellers to Toronto

Mark Brennae
September 20, 2023

Seventeen years after it first took off, Porter has landed in Victoria


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