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Stabbing in downtown Victoria on Monday the seventh since March 1

Stabbing in downtown Victoria on Monday the seventh since March 1

Traffic officers were flagged down about 10:30 a.m. Monday and told about a stabbing in the 600-block of Yates Street
Victoria computer pioneer signs off after 50 years

Victoria computer pioneer signs off after 50 years

Ed Life started Tecnet to service and support computers in 1974. Now he’s handing over the reins.
B.C. woman found dead after alleged abduction, man arrested: RCMP

B.C. woman found dead after alleged abduction, man arrested: RCMP

LUMBY, B.C. — An RCMP investigation into the alleged abduction of a woman from Lumby, B.C., has turned into a probe of a suspicious death.
Carriage horse's fall in James Bay stemmed from harness malfunction: owner

Carriage horse's fall in James Bay stemmed from harness malfunction: owner

A long-time opponent of the horse-and-carriage business accused the company of downplaying the incident
B.C. port terminal among sites blocked in co-ordinated pro-Palestinian protests

B.C. port terminal among sites blocked in co-ordinated pro-Palestinian protests

DELTA, B.C. — A blockade by pro-Palestinian protesters at a major port terminal in Metro Vancouver disrupted operations for several hours before dispersing on Monday.
B.C. to add 240 complex-care housing units in communities throughout the province

B.C. to add 240 complex-care housing units in communities throughout the province

B.C. launched complex-care housing services in 2022 and supports are in place for more than 400 people.
Veteran aims to honour 19th-century all-Black Victoria regiment with monument

Veteran aims to honour 19th-century all-Black Victoria regiment with monument

Several of the men in the Victoria Pioneer Rifle Corps had volunteered to serve in Victoria’s fire department, but were rejected. Undaunted, they offered their services as a volunteer militia unit
New-era naval ship arrives at CFB Esquimalt on Monday

New-era naval ship arrives at CFB Esquimalt on Monday

HMCS Max Bernays left Halifax on March 11, made its way through the Panama Canal and is now heading north from San Francisco for arrival at CFB Esquimalt on Monday about 10:30 a.m.
Cougar sighted in Saanich backyard near Marigold Park

Cougar sighted in Saanich backyard near Marigold Park

No reports of further sightings on Saturday.
Vancouver Police investigating after body of 24-year-old found Friday

Vancouver Police investigating after body of 24-year-old found Friday

Vancouver police say they're investigating a suspected overnight homicide in the city's south end. Police say they were called to a report of gun shots around 11 p.m. Friday at the intersection of East 55th Avenue and Main Street.