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Saanich Tigers win midget B lacrosse provincials

Tigers midget B win gold, A1 team bronze at box lacrosse provincials

Robot greenskeeper helps Victoria Golf Club staffers keep the pace

Club founded in 1893 uses leading-edge technology to keep the grass green

Genevieve the goat home safe after capture in Central Saanich

The therapy goat for Binkadi Community Services was missing since July 8

  • Jul 25th, 2017

Tour de Rock Vlog 3: Mount Washington

The 2017 Tour de Rock team, including Black Press rider Arnold Lim, challenges Mount Washington in episode 3 of his video blog.

Drinking and boating can be a lethal combination

The Canadian Safe Boating Council is launching a new campaign to discourage this dangerous practice.

Esquimalt adventure park a destination play site

Water park attracting people from Esquimalt and beyond

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Gorge Waterway at low tide
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Victoria Pride Festival 2017
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UN International Yoga Day at the BC Legislature
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War canoe racing Victoria Inner Harbour
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Natural phenomenon in Esquimalt-Saanich prompts closer look

Tide change foam on Gorge Waterway resembles chunks of ice flowing down a river

Twenty families ‘Learn to Camp’ at Fort Rodd Hill

Parks Canada event teaches essential skills to host of new campers

70 years later, the Martlet’s still telling stories that matter

Newspaper fosters new student journalists at the University of Victoria

  • Jul 22nd, 2017

Rock solid prize for Victoria geologist

Warren Walsh wins $675,000 on a Set for Life Scratch & Win ticket bought in Parksville

  • Jul 21st, 2017

Flamenco festival to heat up city

The fifth annual festival runs July 24 to 30.

Straight chasing: swimmers to attempt Juan de Fuca crossing

Pair of Greater Victoria swimmers to attempt Juan de Fuca

Creatures find home on Colwood waterfront

Comox Valley artist leaves mark on West Shore beaches

Sidney’s town crier reflects on Community Builder Award

Kenny Podmore says he’ll step back a little - but not too much

Courtenay man wins a half-million on the Extra

Barry Manning of Courtenay will use his $500,000 to travel

Six years into Douglas Creek’s five-year plan

“I’ve watched the salmon spawn here,” says Mount Doug Park Society president

  • Jul 22nd, 2017

Saanich Peninsula headed for Deboccery

Saanich Peninsula Chamber of Commerce hosting second annual bocce tourney Friday

Pioneer Park and Brentwood Bay Emporium host shows all summer long

Brentwood Bay’s Music in the Park runs every Wednesday night, Emporium Sessions twice in August

  • Jul 21st, 2017

Brentwood Bay violinist part of traveling bluegrass quintet

Lonely Heartstring Band plays two shows on Vancouver Island this month

  • Jul 23rd, 2017