Andrea Peacock

Residential Tenancy Brach takes second look at View Towers

A Victoria poverty group's judicial review to the B.C. Supreme Court lead to reconsideration of a View Towers investigation.

Victoria council open to discussing Government Street closures

Victoria Coun. Chris Coleman said no decisions will be made on making Government Street a pedestrian mall until all options are considered.

Victoria mayor seeks economic resurrection downtown

Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps and Esquimalt Mayor Barb Desjardins are looking into ways to spur economic development in their communities.

Developer in hot water with city after painting heritage building black

The former Dalton Hotel is on the city's heritage register and requires special permits to change exterior appearance.

Adam Mills from Four Winds Brewing Co. at last year's Victoria Beer Week. This year's Beer Week runs from March 7 to March 15.

Victoria Beer Week brews up more fun for 2nd annual event

The second annual Victoria Beer Week runs from March 7 to March 15.

Adam Mills from Four Winds Brewing Co. at last year's Victoria Beer Week. This year's Beer Week runs from March 7 to March 15.

City seeks ideas for Victoria fire hall

Final decisions on Fire Hall No. 1 and Crystal Pool will not be made until completion of city-wide facilities assessment.

Lucia di Lammermoor

Opera tells tragic love story

Lucia di Lammermoor opens at the Royal Theatre in Victoria on Feb. 12.

Lucia di Lammermoor
Sandra Richardson

Volunteers play integral role in Victoria Foundation

Around 100 volunteers helped the Victoria Foundation grant $1.4 million to non-profit organizations in 2014.

Sandra Richardson

Victoria councillor considers refurbishment of Johnson Street Bridge

Victoria Coun. Ben Isitt wonders if continuing with the new bridge is such a good idea, after news of more delays and more money.

Miki Morita

Royal Jubilee lab workers show off artistic skills

Lab workers at Royal jubilee Hospital have decorated the halls of the Patient Care Centre with their own paintings.

Miki Morita
Cafe Mexico

Market Square fire displaces college

A kitchen fire in Victoria's Cafe Mexico gutted the restaurant and caused Pacific Rim College to relocate.

Cafe Mexico

Music and dance join together for special concert

The Victoria Conservatory of Music and Ballet Victoria are teaming up this weekend for a unique performance.

Amalgamation conversation continues in Victoria

The Greater Victoria Conversation on Amalgamation takes place on Feb. 24 to discuss and answer questions on amalgamation.

A new shared transit and bike lane raises safety concerns for cyclists.

Cyclists question safety of bike and transit lane

A new priority transit and bike lane on Douglas Street raises safety concerns for cyclists.

A new shared transit and bike lane raises safety concerns for cyclists.
After Chris Linford

Couple learns to cope with PTSD

Chris and Kathryn Linford suffered for many years after Chris returned from Rwanda in 1994 with PTSD. Now, they want to help other couples.

After Chris Linford

Gorge waterway oil spill cleanup underway

An oil spill into the Gorge on Friday has Esquimalt public works crews busy with cleanup.

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Rockheights students discover nature

Creatively United for the Planet Society and Rockheights Middle School partnered to document project-based learning in a special book.

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Michiel Matil working on a class assignment at Victoria College of Art. Matil is one of nine students in the new Applied Arts Diploma in Animation.

Art college equips students for animation careers

Victoria College of Art has been named a centre of excellence by Toon Boom, a leading Canadian supplier of animation software.

Michiel Matil working on a class assignment at Victoria College of Art. Matil is one of nine students in the new Applied Arts Diploma in Animation.
Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps at the groundbreaking of the new transit priority lane being constructed along Douglas Street from Hillside to Tolmie avenues.

Patience urged as transit lane work begins

Phase two of the Douglas Street Priority Transit and Cycling Lanes is expected to cause short term disruption for commuters.

Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps at the groundbreaking of the new transit priority lane being constructed along Douglas Street from Hillside to Tolmie avenues.

Theatre Skam remixes old shows

As part if its 20th anniversary celebrations, Skam is bringing new life to some of its old shows.