The daily tribune news Speak your way to more busines


I consent to receiving emails from the Capital Daily.
I understand I can unsubscribe at any time.
Something went wrong while submitting the form.
Victoria faces growing need for inhalation services at overdose prevention sitesA new long COVID clinic has opened at the Royal Jubilee Hospital.
A new long COVID clinic has opened at the Royal Jubilee Hospital.
Stay connected to your city with the Capital Daily newsletter.
Sign Up for FreeBy filling out the form above, you agree to receive emails from Capital Daily. Sign Up Log In window.
Free trial for 30 days Get Started Have a promo code?
Find Offers Sorry, no promotional deals were found matching that code.
As cases start to rise, with or without the province sharing this data, the sixth wave poses the risk of even more people developing these still-mysterious symptoms.
You can unsubscribe at any time.
UnattachedA lot of what Unger does these days involves making up for a lack of available primary care on the Island, amid a surge of patients with post-COVID complications.
Both communities (along with North Saanich) are currently reviewing their respective Official Community Plan.
Eligible projects must be consistent with the Official Community Plan and design guidelines.
The policy change accelerates the approval timeline for certain projects by delegating them to the director of sustainable planning, instead of going through council consideration and votes.
Victoria staff believes it will encourage investment in projects deemed affordable and reduce the risk of projects falling through due to factors like construction costs soaring as applicants await city approval.
Do you have a story tip?