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Melven (Sx̄wen) Jones was forcibly held for two years
James Shortreed's parole hearing scheduled for Oct. 6
Tents were set up at Juan de Fuca Library, Esquimalt Lagoon, Royal Beach Park
Outdoor event runs 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 25 in Langford
BOUQUET: We want to thank the Sabhai Thai Langford team for their consistent excellence in all aspects of the service they provide. We have been so impressed with how they have coped with the challenges throughout the pandemic and have been very happy to support their efforts. We are always greeted cheerfully on the phone when placing our order and in person when we pick up our food –which is consistently excellent! We are never disappointed. A special shout out and thank you to Sam who always remembers our favourite order of chicken cashew (med/hot) with rice. She is a gem and we so appreciate her warm, welcoming and generous spirit. Thanks Sam, you recently made a birthday meal even more special with your very kind thoughtfulness.
Langford-based soccer squad beat Calgary 1-0 in the quarterfinal match Sept. 22
Resident worried about potential health concerns as house demos occur
Work being done to create military training space, protect Garry oaks and mitigate wildfires
Work underway to route Glen Lake to traffic signal at Happy Valley Road
Which party will be chosen to form the next government?
Firefighters extricate second driver in Metchosin collision
First official community plan update since 2011 to consider land use, housing, demographic shifts
No passengers on board, driver in stable condition
Four vehicle crashes reported in two hours Sept. 17
BEEF: To the Malahat Skywalk. The Skywalk, just off the Trans Canada Highway, is a new modernistic, breathtaking, and majestic outdoor experience on Vancouver Island. However, the Skywalk offers one shortcoming. There is no problem reaching the entrance to the Skywalk driving south on the Trans Canada Highway from Victoria. However, you must turn right (north) onto the Trans Canada Highway and drive to the nearest U-turn available at Butterfield Road, for the turn to make your way back to Victoria. That U-turn north is seven kilometers away, adding an extra 14 km to your commute. First-time travellers to the Skywalk should be aware of this.
Two developments a block apart call for towers up to 24 storeys
Online tool allows the public to track exactly how the city spends taxpayer dollars
Plexxis Software moving construction software company from Ontario to B.C.
BOUQUET: Kudos and many thanks to the CRD work crews who so quickly and efficiently clear the Galloping Goose trail of the fallen trees and debris from the trail after our frequent wind storms of late. Their hard and sometimes dangerous work keeps the trail safe for all of us who enjoy and regularly use the trail.
Online forum a 'non-confrontational' discussion hosted by West Shore, Sooke chambers of commerce