Downtown Victoria's Cherry Bomb Toys suffered a disheartening loss Friday after thieves smashed through the business's back door and swiped years-worth of donations from the store and museum's donation box.
A small Vancouver Island municipality will no longer prohibit teenage girls from selling newspapers, nor will it regulate the size of wagon wheels on the town square thanks to some trailblazing work from its mayor and council.
The Supreme Court of Canada says the B.C. agency responsible for managing public-sector pension plan investments is constitutionally immune from remitting the goods-and-services tax to the federal government.
With Victoria city council set to discuss a motion about increasing dumping fees at the Hartland Landfill for international cruise ships, there is also talk of expanding the landfill from the Capital Regional District (CRD).
For the third time this year, Island Health has appointed a new administrator to oversee operations at a privately operated seniors home on Vancouver Island following complaints from residents' families and the Hospital Employees' Union.