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

Police on Vancouver Island say they are now investigating the incident

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

Young mother’s death devastates Vancouver Island family

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

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

New allegations against Dr. Michael Buna ‘remain unproven’

Saanich Police video pokes fun at #TidePodChallenge

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

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

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

How do crews deal with roadkill?

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

University of Victoria rocked by racist social media post

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

Summerland struggles with police station costs

Plans for a new RCMP station in Summerland could undergo revisions as the district tries to keep the project within its $4.5 million budget.

Former MP takes heat for new business

Former Okanagan Coquihalla MP Stockwell Day, responding to questions about his decision to go into private business as a government relations consultant, says he has gone to great lengths to ensure that his new enterprise does not violate federal ethics laws.

Cherry crop shaping up

It is still statistically uncertain how this year’s cherry crop will turn out to be. As the president of the B.C. Fruit Growers Association Joe Sardinha says, much of it depends on “what we haven’t had yet — summer.”

Mayor says Summerland will vote on prison if selected

Summerland has no plans to follow Penticton’s lead with a referendum on a proposed prison, at least not yet.

Summerland scores junior B club

The return of junior hockey to Summerland became official earlier this month.