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Central Saanich seniors without a family doctor turn to newspaper ad to get prescriptions filled

Central Saanich seniors without a family doctor turn to newspaper ad to get prescriptions filled

Janet and Michael Mort were driven to take out the advertisement after their “wonderful” family doctor retired in December and they were unable to get their prescriptions renewed.
Evidence in Amanda Todd cyberbullying case is circumstantial, defence argues

Evidence in Amanda Todd cyberbullying case is circumstantial, defence argues

“The Crown hasn’t proven beyond a reasonable doubt that it was Mr. Coban who authored the messages,” lawyers for extradited Dutch citizen tell jury
B.C. improves rebate for electric vehicles to a maximum of $4,000: ministry

B.C. improves rebate for electric vehicles to a maximum of $4,000: ministry

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says it is improving its rebate program for electric vehicles to make them more affordable and accessible.
Snowbird pilot OK after crash landing

Snowbird pilot OK after crash landing

Emergency crews converged in a hay field southeast of the North Peace Regional Airport shortly after 12 p.m. following the crash.
Aviation loan write-off hits HSBC Bank Canada profit

Aviation loan write-off hits HSBC Bank Canada profit

Vancouver-based bank achieved highest quarterly operating income in a decade
BC Housing CEO quits abruptly after claiming threats made against him

BC Housing CEO quits abruptly after claiming threats made against him

A new CEO has not yet been announced
Campfire ban coming to B.C.'s Coastal Fire Region as conditions heat up

Campfire ban coming to B.C.'s Coastal Fire Region as conditions heat up

The ban includes Vancouver Island, where two fires were burning Tuesday south of Sayward.
Cooler weather could offer respite to crews battling wildfire near Penticton, B.C.

Cooler weather could offer respite to crews battling wildfire near Penticton, B.C.

VANCOUVER — A wildfire burning in British Columbia's southern Okanagan now covers nearly 28 square kilometres after hot weather fuelled explosive growth since it was sparked Friday.
As more unhoused turn to living in RVs, a call to allow use of parking lots

As more unhoused turn to living in RVs, a call to allow use of parking lots

People living in recreational vehicles are struggling to find a place to park; bylaws restrict their options
Victoria Sexual Assault Centre pivots to meet high need for crisis counselling

Victoria Sexual Assault Centre pivots to meet high need for crisis counselling

People in crisis have been facing long waits for help