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Governments should get out of home-building, Poilievre says in visit to Victoria-area construction site

The federal Conservative leader, who had started the day with a fundraising breakfast in Victoria, toured a rental-housing development near Thetis Lake Park

UVic says it will release guidelines on use of AI by next semester

In the meantime, individual departments have set their own policies and put together ad-hoc solutions

How Victoria plans to inject more dollars into downtown businesses

About 100 businesses have already registered with new program and more are expected to join

Vancouver Island University plans years of cuts to tackle $20M deficit

The university, which has campuses in Nanaimo, Parksville, Powell River and Duncan, blames declining revenues in part on flat enrolment numbers

UVic mulls creation of new faculty with health-based focus

A new faculty would unite the 200-plus academics at UVic currently involved health research

MLA Adam Walker ousted from BC NDP caucus

Premier David Eby said that the decision was made after an internal investigation following a human resources complaint

B.C. labour movement's decline has yet to bounce back, professors say

B.C. has gone from having the highest rates of collective agreement coverage — three percentage points above the Canadian average 25 years ago — to below average today while wages have grown seven...

B.C. student media 'caught in the crossfire' of Meta's Bill C-18 response

Student newspapers and a community radio station are being blocked on Facebook and Instagram as part of Meta’s response to the Online News Act

Conservatives postpone tour of B.C. because of wildfires

Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre was expected to be on Vancouver Island Monday for a 'Bring it Home'