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800-person petition not enough to sway Victoria Regional Transit Commission to allow dogs on buses.
A Langham Court musical captures the mystery of Charles Dickens' unfinished work.
The Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria's annual Look Show will have a variety of exhibits from Feb. 27 to March 21.
B.C. budget announcement leaves school district unclear of what cuts will need to be made.
Attractions Victoria's annual Be a Tourist promotion offers discounts and free activities with the purchase of a playbook of coupons.
Online database offers opportunity to learn about a variety of subjects through Victoria's Royal B.C. Museum.
The City of Victoria is sending a letter to the province requesting a study on amalgamation for Greater Victoria.
Conflicts between residents and developers could be reduced if there was a clearer vision for the city's villages, say councillors.
The 39th annual Victoria Flower Count runs from March 5 to 11.
Cook Street Village residents are seeking more consultation on a proposed development in the area.
The 5th annual Victoria Spoken Word Festival will feature favourite poets from the previous four years.
Victoria metal bands will compete for the chance to go to Germany for the Wacken Metal Battle.
Robert and Birgit Bateman have been giving each other handmade Valentine's gifts for 43 years now since their first Valentine's Day in 1972.
Victoria Animal Control is raising money to pay for the surgery of a cat found with a broken leg.
The annual seed exchange event is now offering seminars for kids and adults interested in gardening.
The Coldest Night of the Year walk-a-thin takes place on Feb. 21 downtown Victoria.
The Revera and Reel Youth teamed up for the Age is More film project for older women and younger women.
Clarence (Butch) Dick is a well-known figure in the Songhees nation, and now he is being recognized for his work in the community.
Family Day gets Victoria families thinking about the different traditions they celebrate with each other.
Many businesses are choosing to stay downtown, says the manager of the Downtown Victoria Business Association.