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Oak Bay speeder clocked at three times the limit

Oak Bay speeder clocked at three times the limit

Man at the wheel given a ticket with $483 fine for being more than 60 km/h above the limit, and had his vehicle towed for a week-long impoundment.
Police not at fault in man's death in Sproat Lake: IIO

Police not at fault in man's death in Sproat Lake: IIO

Elderly was man found dead in his vehicle submerged in Sproat Lake two days after police spoke to him because of concerns for his well-being
Mental-health team helps those in crisis on West Shore

Mental-health team helps those in crisis on West Shore

A new mobile integrated crisis response team sends a team of nurse and officer to calls with a mental-health component — 270 since January
Amid ongoing drought, Island prepares for another brutal fire season

Amid ongoing drought, Island prepares for another brutal fire season

Island communities are getting ready as B.C. heads into wildfire season under the threat of drought.
Trails closed after bear attacks woman at estuary in Squamish, B.C.

Trails closed after bear attacks woman at estuary in Squamish, B.C.

SQUAMISH, B.C. — Officials say a woman was attacked by a bear while she was walking her dog at a nature estuary in Squamish, B.C.
B.C. finance minister Conroy says she'll retire after provincial election this fall

B.C. finance minister Conroy says she'll retire after provincial election this fall

Katrine Conroy said it will be hard to leave the people she's worked with over the years, but at 66, it's time to step back to spend time with her family.
Surrey mayor challenges regional climate plans as 'too prescriptive'

Surrey mayor challenges regional climate plans as 'too prescriptive'

Surrey Mayor Brenda Locke led a challenge against the recommendations to protect trees and measure climate impacts, saying they were 'too prescriptive' for 'growth communities.'
VicPD release photo of suspect in change-room voyeurism incident

VicPD release photo of suspect in change-room voyeurism incident

A woman reported the incident to a staff member at the business in the 1100-block of Douglas Street just after 3 p.m.
Cost to incinerate garbage in Metro Vancouver to spike 74%, says report

Cost to incinerate garbage in Metro Vancouver to spike 74%, says report

As costs climb, external report calls for Metro Vancouver to abandon district waste-to-energy system that burns garbage; committee members says they're hearing 'mixed messages.'
Canfor announces major mill closures in B.C.

Canfor announces major mill closures in B.C.

Canfor blames provincial 'policy changes' and 'increased regulatory complexity' for crimped timber supply