All Points West
Tuesday June 20, 2017
In response, a Ministry of Environment spokesperson said the possibility of long-term environmental impact to Kennedy Lake or the surrounding area is low.
Friday June 16, 2017
Millions of translucent, sea cucumber-shaped pyrosomes have "invaded" northern waters. Local scientists know little about them and say it's unclear how long the tropical creatures will survive or what impact they might have on the local food chain.
Tuesday June 13, 2017
Students will perform a stage production about bringing different peoples together that draws upon traditions and stories from several Vancouver Island First Nations.
Friday June 09, 2017
John and Maria Higgens didn’t immediately panic when they misplaced their car keys, until they found out they would have to ship their imported van back to Japan to get a replacement.
Thursday June 01, 2017
As an athlete, Victoria's David Barlow is a bit of a late bloomer. He recently posted a great time as a race walker in the Oak Bay Half Marathon and revealed the secrets behind his success.
Friday May 26, 2017
Robyn Burns, CBC host of All Points West, went down to the new playground where Victoria's former tent city was to talk to parents and children using it for the first time.
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