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The city will keep the Gorge Waterway Initiative informed about rezoning and development applications along the waterfront.
Glenlyon Norfolk School teacher Margaret McCullough received a national award of excellence for teaching.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Victoria has partnered with an organization that teaches children about financial literacy.
A new $70-million residential care facility will be opening in Victoria as a replacement for facilities expected to shut down.
Reports of illness came earlier than usual this season.
Two of the main projects she wants on track in 2015 are the Johnson Street bridge and a sewage treatment plan.
The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal dropped former police chief Jamie Graham and Insp. Jamie Pearce from a complaint filed by Cst. David Bratzer.
The annual Vancouver Island Parent Conference takes place on Feb. 7, 2015.
Homeless Partners Christmas Wish project provides gifts for the homeless every year. This year, multiple faiths have come together to help.
Artemis Place Society recently received a $20,000 grant from the Victoria Foundation for the work it does with young women and mothers.
Rupert Yakelashek wants city council to recognize the need for a healthy environment in Victoria.
The 115th annual Christmas Bird Count is Dec. 20 in Victoria.
Mayor Lisa Helps abandoned her original plan to hire a consultant after pushback from councillors.
Edith Loring-Kuhanga, newly elected chair of the Greater Victoria School District, hopes to bridge gap between trustees.
Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps used post-it notes and easels to determine which councillors wanted to be on which committees.
Now That's Ugly Society hopes to raise $100,000 this year for the Children's Wish Foundation of Canada.
City of Victoria staff initiated a new little library for public use
Oak and Orca Bioregional School students in Victoria learn the value of water with a unique rainwater system.
Mayor Lisa Helps decided against pledging allegiance to the Queen on inauguration day.
City council committee members are to be chosen this week.