VICTORIA – The B.C. restaurant industry is partnering with the Province to provide restaurant customers with the information they need to make the healthy choice the easy choice.
The brochure’s pitch puts it plainly: “Vascular health screening can detect injured arteries before you have a heart attack or stroke.”
Donovan Seward’s banishment from Saltspring Island is a nice metaphor for the way we deal with mental illness.
Standing on a busy downtown sidewalk with transit buses rumbling by, politicians from three levels of government said the time has come for light rail transit in Greater Victoria.
Men’s and women’s national teams to be based at City Centre Park
A researcher at the University of Victoria has joined Parks Canada’s search for Sir John Franklin’s lost ships HMS Terror and HMS Erebus.
Police have released video surveillance footage of a man who used ink-stained bills, stolen from an ATM in Okanagan Falls, to buy items in Saanich.
A pirate ship is one of the oddest items for sale at a Nanaimo store. The 28-foot ketch has been a labour of love for craftsman Terry Renner, who designed the ship from his imagination. It’s also become a neighbourhood attraction, stopping hundreds of strangers in their tracks as they look up with awe at the ship jutting out from the backyard of Renner’s home in Kerr Street.
In what at least one critic is calling a “sweetheart deal” for EPCOR Water Services, Sooke council has decided to enter a five-year agreement with the Edmonton company to continue to operate its sewer system.
Lt.-Gov. Steven Point took off his ceremonial hat Tuesday night before addressing the crowd at the 19th annual Peacekeepers Memorial Day Service, explaining that it was a traditional sign of respect in his culture.