A senseless attack on a 10-month-old Labrador puppy in Highlands left a dog with at least 12 pellet gun wounds to its body and the neighbourhood shaken. West Shore RCMP were contacted by the dog’s owner after he found his pet, named Ozzy, unresponsive in the back yard of his Rockridge Place home on Wednesday and rushed the animal to a local veterinary clinic for care. Staff there removed at least 12 metal pellets from the dog’s body.
If grade school students were deciding the next B.C. government, John Horgan and the BC NDP would have a strong majority. More than 170,000 elementary and high school students participated in this year’s Student Vote program, with 1,092 schools reporting their results by 4:15 p.m. today, according to CIVIX Canada. The results saw the NDP form government with 60 seats. The Green Party would be the Official Opposition with 14 seats, while the BC Liberals won 12.
Former international karting star and 2017 Victoria Auto Racing Hall of Fame and Museum inductee Johnny Sutton of Langford spent two decades driving these open wheel cars. He got a shot at driving an Indy Lights car later in his career, but he achieved his greatest successes in karting. The 2017 HOF induction ceremony happens this Saturday (April 8) at 2 p.m. at Western Speedway.