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B.C. announces one-time $430 rent relief benefit to low-income seniors

B.C. announces one-time $430 rent relief benefit to low-income seniors

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government is granting a one-time $430 benefit to the roughly 20,000 seniors in its support program for elderly low-income renters. B.C.
Teen speeder owns up to fake ID after traffic stop

Teen speeder owns up to fake ID after traffic stop

The 17-year-old driver was found with a fake Alberta driver’s licence after he was pulled over for doing 83 km/h in a 40 km/h zone on Beach Drive
One arrest near Esquimalt construction site linked to late-night noises

One arrest near Esquimalt construction site linked to late-night noises

Victoria police said the arrest followed an early-morning 911 call regarding three people at a construction site in the 900-block of Esquimalt Road
Money for military housing at CFB Esquimalt won't come until 2026

Money for military housing at CFB Esquimalt won't come until 2026

Only $7 million set aside for military housing in $8.1 billion five-year defence spending policy
B.C. under fire after accounting firm accused of conflict in running grant

B.C. under fire after accounting firm accused of conflict in running grant

SAANICH, B.C. — British Columbia Premier David Eby says the government has asked the auditor general to review the province's grant programs after allegations of conflict-of-interest from a clean-technology company.
B.C.'s government buys land for transit-oriented housing development

B.C.'s government buys land for transit-oriented housing development

SAANICH, B.C. — British Columbia's government is spearheading a new public development project on Vancouver Island aimed at bringing more affordable homes closer to transit access.
Woman arrested for attacking 'random strangers' in Vancouver, police say

Woman arrested for attacking 'random strangers' in Vancouver, police say

VANCOUVER — A woman has been arrested over what Vancouver police say is a series of assaults against "random strangers" in the city.
Roaming horses would be 'unacceptable' outside of Pemberton: MLA Sturdy

Roaming horses would be 'unacceptable' outside of Pemberton: MLA Sturdy

MLA Jordan Sturdy shared issues locals face on Highway 99 in a graphic speech to the Legislative Assembly on March 13
5 things you (probably) didn't know about Vancouver's sister cities

5 things you (probably) didn't know about Vancouver's sister cities

From flying cabs to the claims of California rolls.
Two teens killed in head-on crash in northern B.C., RCMP seek information

Two teens killed in head-on crash in northern B.C., RCMP seek information

CHETWYND, B.C. — Mounties in northern British Columbia are asking for any information about a head-on crash that killed two teenagers and seriously injured another man.