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Virtual reality training scenarios put police officers in shoes of people having their worst day

Virtual reality training scenarios put police officers in shoes of people having their worst day

Axon, a U.S.-based company that showed off its products in Victoria this week, can put police in the shoes of a person in crisis in its VR training
Drivers of vehicles that got stuck mud-bogging in Nanaimo estuary could face fines

Drivers of vehicles that got stuck mud-bogging in Nanaimo estuary could face fines

The drivers could also be on the hook for any environmental damage to the protected Nanaimo River estuary
North Saanich resident hopes to break world records on his e-longboard

North Saanich resident hopes to break world records on his e-longboard

Bradley Smith plans to travel 3,500 kilometres on his electric-powered longboard.
Don't cheap out on travel medical, experts say, after family runs into resistance from insurance firm

Don't cheap out on travel medical, experts say, after family runs into resistance from insurance firm

Danielle Kliaman’s family has had difficulty getting her travel medical insurance company to pay after she was hit by a truck in Thailand
Family left with bill after Victoria woman injured in Thailand

Family left with bill after Victoria woman injured in Thailand

Every bone in Danielle Kliaman's foot was broken when she was hit by a truck while riding a scooter in Thailand on Saturday. Now her family is having to pay tens of thousands of dollars for her care after her travel medical insurance company refused to pay up.
Victoria temple planned for Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Victoria temple planned for Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

The design, location and construction timeline for the temple, which would be the second in B.C., have yet to be determined
'People are still wearing it:' Ceremony to mark 10 years since end of Canada's mission in Afghanistan

'People are still wearing it:' Ceremony to mark 10 years since end of Canada's mission in Afghanistan

While some returned physically unscathed, many bore mental wounds that will likely stay with them for the rest of their lives
Community angry after company clearcuts beside cemetery

Community angry after company clearcuts beside cemetery

The forest company planted seedlings on Friday in the area beside the cemetery
Food, not poison ban, the culprit in rat proliferation, says rat catcher

Food, not poison ban, the culprit in rat proliferation, says rat catcher

A popular recent video from Vancouver showed dozens of rats around a park in front of the Burrard Skytrain station, scurrying under the feet of commuters
Do you need to remove your underground oil tank? It depends on where you live

Do you need to remove your underground oil tank? It depends on where you live

Homeowners with underground oil tanks are under no obligation to remove them in most of Greater Victoria, but leaving them in the ground carries a risk