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Former B.C. Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald, here standing with former B.C. premier Christy Clark (left), earned more than $500,000 in the 2017-2018 under a compensation package following her firing by the current New Democratic government. (Government of B.C.)

Former B.C. Hydro CEO earns half a million without working a single day

Jessica McDonald received $541,615 in compensation following firing

Former B.C. Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald, here standing with former B.C. premier Christy Clark (left), earned more than $500,000 in the 2017-2018 under a compensation package following her firing by the current New Democratic government. (Government of B.C.)
Fewer Americans are visiting British Columbia

Fewer Americans are visiting British Columbia

Wildfires blamed for drop in overnight visitors from the United States

Fewer Americans are visiting British Columbia
Saanich police and municipal staff are investigating options to disband the homeless camp that has sprung up on a private property on West Saanich Road. (Travis Paterson/News staff)

Homeowner surprised when renter invites homeless camp to B.C. backyard

Current mayoral candidate invited roughly 20 campers previously kicked out of Greater Victoria provincial campground

Saanich police and municipal staff are investigating options to disband the homeless camp that has sprung up on a private property on West Saanich Road. (Travis Paterson/News staff)
Homemade speed limit signs pop up around B.C. city

Homemade speed limit signs pop up around B.C. city

Greater Victoria residents set their own limits

Homemade speed limit signs pop up around B.C. city
B.C. man fined $15,000, barred from trading securities for fraud

B.C. man fined $15,000, barred from trading securities for fraud

Larry Keith Davis used money from an investor to pay personal bills

B.C. man fined $15,000, barred from trading securities for fraud
The provincial government has asked homeless campers on land near Uptown to immediately leave, citing traffic safety. Submitted.

Province asks new B.C. homeless camp to disperse

Saanich camp received notice Sunday from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure to vacate

The provincial government has asked homeless campers on land near Uptown to immediately leave, citing traffic safety. Submitted.
Saanich Police are investigating after viral video emerged of security guards at Uptown Mall in Victoria violently restraining a young man. (Facebook/Kristy Westendorp)

Viral video shows B.C. security guard wrestling with suspect

Police on Vancouver Island say they are now investigating the incident

Saanich Police are investigating after viral video emerged of security guards at Uptown Mall in Victoria violently restraining a young man. (Facebook/Kristy Westendorp)
Coco, a 15-year-old dog, suffered serious neck injuries after being attacked by another dog Saturday on the Colquitz River Trail.                                Photo submitted

B.C. dog seriously injured after pit bull breaks free from owner

Attack by Staffordshire terrier resulted in $1,300 vet bill for 15-year-old dog

Coco, a 15-year-old dog, suffered serious neck injuries after being attacked by another dog Saturday on the Colquitz River Trail.                                Photo submitted
Aaron Stradecke and Mallory Cooper-Stradecke with their three children, Tristan, Phaedra and Audrey. Mallory died March 14 at the age of 28 from stomach cancer.                                Photo submitted

Young mother’s death devastates Vancouver Island family

Father and three young children can’t access GoFundMe account established in mother’s name

Aaron Stradecke and Mallory Cooper-Stradecke with their three children, Tristan, Phaedra and Audrey. Mallory died March 14 at the age of 28 from stomach cancer.                                Photo submitted
B.C. chiropractor convicted of multiple sexual assaults suspended, again

B.C. chiropractor convicted of multiple sexual assaults suspended, again

New allegations against Dr. Michael Buna ‘remain unproven’

B.C. chiropractor convicted of multiple sexual assaults suspended, again
Cst. Adam Defrane and Cst. Jeff Kreczmer of Saanich Police are the stars of a video designed to challenge the so-called #TidePodChallenge. (YouTube video)

Saanich Police video pokes fun at #TidePodChallenge

Video titled What To Eat, What Not To Eat warns kids #NoPodInYourBod

Cst. Adam Defrane and Cst. Jeff Kreczmer of Saanich Police are the stars of a video designed to challenge the so-called #TidePodChallenge. (YouTube video)
Jeff Buziak, father of 24-year-old Lindsay Buziak murdered 10 years ago in Saanich, will lead Friday’s Lindsay Buziak Memorial Walk for Justice through sections of Saanich. Buziak’s daughter, an aspiring realtor, was murdered on Feb. 2, 2008. The case remains open, but police have not made any arrests yet. Black Press File.

Father still hunting killer of B.C. realtor 10 years after her death

Realtor was showing a Victoria-area home when she was murdered in February 2008 and the case remains unsolved

Jeff Buziak, father of 24-year-old Lindsay Buziak murdered 10 years ago in Saanich, will lead Friday’s Lindsay Buziak Memorial Walk for Justice through sections of Saanich. Buziak’s daughter, an aspiring realtor, was murdered on Feb. 2, 2008. The case remains open, but police have not made any arrests yet. Black Press File.
Mukand Lal Pallan, (left), father of Manjit Virk (centre), and Amarjit Pallan take comfort as supporters speak at a memorial marking 20 years since the swarming and bullying death of 14-year-old Reena Virk.at the Craigflower Schoolhouse in Victoria, B.C., on Tuesday, November 14, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito

Kelly Ellard’s parole delivers blow to her victim’s family

Reena Virk’s mother says Ellard has yet to take full responsibility for her daughter’s death

Mukand Lal Pallan, (left), father of Manjit Virk (centre), and Amarjit Pallan take comfort as supporters speak at a memorial marking 20 years since the swarming and bullying death of 14-year-old Reena Virk.at the Craigflower Schoolhouse in Victoria, B.C., on Tuesday, November 14, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito
This picture from Mainroad Group shows the remains of a deer on the Trans Canada Highway about to be picked up.

How do crews deal with roadkill?

ICBC record an average of 10,000 collisions between wildlife and vehicles each year

This picture from Mainroad Group shows the remains of a deer on the Trans Canada Highway about to be picked up.
University of Victoria rocked by racist social media post

University of Victoria rocked by racist social media post

School president issues statement condemning the behaviour and says the matter is under investigation.

University of Victoria rocked by racist social media post