Modern Real Estate raises the bar for Raise the Roof for Shelter

Raise the Roof for Shelter runs Friday, Sept. 22 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Robert Bateman Centre

Pro tip 3: Running Technique

High performance runner Nick Walker takes us through tip 3 of 4 video tips on training leading up to the GoodLife Fitness Victoria Marathon Oct. 8

Job fair in Sidney today

Beacon Community Services hosting its annual job fair

The Colwood Seaside Festival in photos

Hundreds of people showed up to the event at Fort Rodd Hill on Sunday

The Luxton Fall Fair in photos

The annual fall event took place in Langford last weekend

Terry Fox Run 2017 in Victoria


    Cross-country adventure ends at home


      Cross-country adventure ends at home


        Gonzales Beach cleanup


          Help a child get their cape

          Ten special children sought for superhero-themed photo shoot

          • Sep 18th, 2017

          Terry Fox Run in Victoria has successful fundraising history

          Annual event draws runners, walkers and head shavers for cancer research

          Tour de Rock Vlog 5: Camp Goodtimes

          The 2017 team visits the camp serving children with cancer and their families, and one of the beneficiaries of the tour.

          Victoria Youth Paddling Club earns community grant

          Coastal Community Credit Union hands out its Building Healthier Communities Fund grants

          Sidney job fair marks 35 years

          Employers meet with potential employes at job fair Sept. 19

          $50,000 donation secures new Royal Oak playground

          Geric Construction steps in to complete playground fundraising

          Make your mark at Create Victoria

          Organization wants input from community on where to take arts and culture over the next five years

          Jailed community members raise more than $30,000

          Mayor Richard Atwell and David Screech among more than 30 ‘jailed’ for Tour de Rock fundraiser Jail and Bail

          Bracelet returned to B.C. WWII veteran after 73 years

          Summerland’s Charlie Bernhardt traded his silver bracelet for food during winter of 1944 to 1945

          Westhills to come alive with light this weekend

          Light up the Hills highlights importance of art in the community

          Belmont student inspiring First Nations youth with art

          AJ Boersen’s longhouse will be on display at the legislature lawns

          Camosun president in life-changing partnership with Tanzania college

          Camosun president Sherri Bell shares her experience with Tanzania’s Arusha Technical College

          • Sep 15th, 2017