Ogopogo is back, and there's supposed to be a picture currently being developed! Interesting bit from the story:
...peak season for Ogopogo sightings is from late August to the third week of September.
Hmm. Since Ogopogo usually takes the form of an anomalous wave or wake, could there be something weather-wise going on during this time that generates such things?
Unfortunately, there's still no sign of Cadborosaurus willsi (pictured above left), which used to be seen swimming off my dad's old stomping grounds. And the Times-Colonist story doesn't mention the fact that the actual physical evidence for Caddy, in comparison to other sea/lake monsters, is fairly solid, consisting of a picture of a body pulled from the stomach of a sperm whale.
(...although this website claims that Caddy sightings have taken place right up until present day.)