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  • A WestJet aircraft is pictured on the tarmac in Ottawa on Thursday. The airline has suffered a rash of threats over the past week, grounding several flights and affecting travel for passengers. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick
    WestJet flight from Las Vegas to Victoria receives bomb threat CBC - Thu, 2 Jul, 2015

    A WestJet flight from Las Vegas to Victoria has landed safely in B.C. after a receiving a bomb threat. More »WestJet flight from Las Vegas to Victoria receives bomb threat

    A WestJet aircraft is pictured on the tarmac in Ottawa on Thursday. The airline has suffered a rash of threats over the past week, grounding several flights and affecting travel for passengers. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

    A WestJet flight from Las Vegas to Victoria has landed safely in B.C. after a receiving a bomb threat.

  • If you're in the Victoria, B.C. area and you've got an idea for a quirky ice cream flavour, you might want to stop by Cold Comfort. Located on North Park Street, One of Autumn Maxwell's shop's unique features is the postcard that it sells, which is redeemable for a custom-made pint, personally delivered to your door.  …

  • Vulnerable children in British Columbia start their lives behind their well-off peers and stay there, a joint report from the provincial health officer and children's representative has concluded. The provincial government's lack of an overall child-focused plan also has the report's authors largely pessimistic about the …

  • Order of British Columbia awarded to 16 civic leaders

    The Order of British Columbia was bestowed upon 16 civic leaders with remarkable achievements by Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon and B.C. Premier Christy Clark in Victoria Monday. "The Order of British Columbia is a designation that we bestow as a society to recognize men and women who embody the best of all of us," said Clark. …

  • Legal aid funding short-changed by B.C. government, claims Victoria lawyer

    A Victoria lawyer says the provincial government is failing to use all the money it collects for legal aid. Michael Mulligan says he has proof that the province is short-changing B.C.'s Legal Services Society, which helps people who can't afford a lawyer.

  • Victoria, B.C. police have confirmed they've found human remains on a property they've been searching, but they say they can't confirm whether they belong to the missing man they've been looking for. "It's human remains, they were able to confirm that but I don't have the details in regard to what was found or how much …

 

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