Steve Wallace: Shoulder check a must in driving tests
Giving others the cold shoulder can result in a predictable side-impact crash. The shoulder check, prior to a lateral traffic direction move, is the safest way to make lane changes, ...
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More oversight of incoming inmates needed at William Head, says corrections officer
Cindy E. Harnett
On the one-year anniversary of a prison break connected to the killing of a nearby resident, a corrections officer at William Head prison says the community, prisoners and staff at the . . .
Orphaned sea otter pup found off Island recovering at rescue centre
An orphaned sea otter pup is receiving around-the-clock care after being rescued off northwestern Vancouver Island last week.The pup was found by a member of the public who heard it crying out . . .
Southern resident killer whales returning later to Salish Sea in ‘drastic’ change
Southern resident killer whales made their first appearance in the Salish Sea on Canada Day after more than two months with only a brief sighting off the west coast of Vancouver Island. The orcas. . .
Death of inmate, just arrived and alone, has family seeking answers
The death of a newly admitted inmate at Vancouver Island Regional Correctional Centre has devastated his family and friends, and left them searching for answers. David Gordon Ivany, 26, died . . .
A ‘good escape’: campsites packed with Islanders in family bubbles
Greater Victoria residents in search of a bit of normalcy amid the pandemic filled Goldstream Provincial Park on Saturday. “You can kind of forget about everything for a while,” said Stuart . . .
Food & Drink
Eric Akis: Wild salmon, berries right combination for summer
When I think about B.C. foods and summer, wild salmon and berries always come to mind. Both are available fresh at this time of year and a flavourful fact is that you can deliciously serve them . . .
Spotted: Giant insect like a cross between moth and tarantula
Chantal Contorines was walking to her car when her daughter Sofia spotted an enormous insect on the pavement under a tree. “What is that, Mom?” asked the nine-year-old. Contorines didn’t have a. . .
Comment: Police officers serve for all the right reasons
A commentary by a constable with the West Shore RCMP. I’ve been a police officer for 11 years now. I am definitely used to public criticisms of my organization and police officers as a whole.. . .
Jack Knox: How teams, with police on board, wrestle with crises on Victoria streets
Here, while the spotlight shines on the way police deal with mental illness on the streets, is a slice of the existing reality. Seven people are huddled around a table, poring over a list of . . .
‘Twins with a twist’: biological mom and surrogate were pregnant at same time
Margo and Ian Sheldon tried to have a baby for six years, enduring the pain of multiple miscarriages and a full-term still birth. Last week, four days apart, their two babies arrived. The . . .