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Langford neighbourhood on alert after multiple cougar sightings, cat killed

Langford neighbourhood on alert after multiple cougar sightings, cat killed

Remains found of what are believed to be cougar kills, including a pet cat.
Bike-theft avengers: Sleuths on Facebook group reunite bikes with owners

Bike-theft avengers: Sleuths on Facebook group reunite bikes with owners

The growing popularity of the group, called Stolen Bicycle Avengers, shows just how big a problem bike theft is in Victoria, says its administrator
'Enough is enough': How the shooting in Nanaimo unfolded

'Enough is enough': How the shooting in Nanaimo unfolded

Clint Smith was shot while trying to retrieve tools stolen from his shop.
Avalanche danger ranked lower on Island, but it's still rated "considerable" in some areas

Avalanche danger ranked lower on Island, but it's still rated "considerable" in some areas

12 people have died in avalanche accidents in B.C. so far this year, which is higher than normal. More people are seeking training on what to do if they’re caught in an avalanche.
Shelter stay after eviction an eye-opening experience for carpentry apprentice

Shelter stay after eviction an eye-opening experience for carpentry apprentice

Carpentry apprentice says many of those living in the temporary accommodation are in a similar boat. “They go to work every day — they’re trying to scrimp and save and find a place.”
Climate activist smears paint on museum's iconic woolly mammoth

Climate activist smears paint on museum's iconic woolly mammoth

A video online shows a woman sitting in front of the woolly mammoth, the tusks of which appear to have pink paint on them.
Saanich big bang theories abound, but so far no answers

Saanich big bang theories abound, but so far no answers

The bang heard in Victoria, Saanich and Langford late Friday was reportedly so loud that it shook windows.
Children's questions revealed family was descended from some of first Black settlers in Victoria area

Children's questions revealed family was descended from some of first Black settlers in Victoria area

The children, who have fair skin, asked why their grandpa’s skin was darker.
Nuxalk Nation celebrates return of totem pole from Royal B.C. Museum

Nuxalk Nation celebrates return of totem pole from Royal B.C. Museum

Just over three years have passed since hereditary chiefs travelled to the RBCM to seek the return of the pole, a second one and other artifacts.
Erosion at cemetery exposes remains of Gabriola Island settlers

Erosion at cemetery exposes remains of Gabriola Island settlers

Soft shale in the top layer of the bank is sliding toward the ocean, unearthing remains believed to date to the late 19th century