Charla Huber

Jack Hembruff tells Santa his Chirstmas wishes at Victoria General Hospital

Santa ditches sleigh for helicopter to drop in at Victoria General Hospital

Holiday cheer came early to the paediatric unit at Victoria General Hospital

Jack Hembruff tells Santa his Chirstmas wishes at Victoria General Hospital

Two women attack two men in Langford

Two men aged 19 and 21, were approached by two women in their late teens or early 20s on Sunday, Dec. 15 at 3:36 a.m. on Atkins Avenue.

Langford Shell station ATM targeted during break-in

Commercial alarm bells were triggered when a man broke into the Shell gas station on West Shore Parkway around 3:20 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 15.

Langford house fire under investigation

A family is displaced after its home on 2700 block of Sooke Road caught fire Dec. 8 around 3 p.m.

Man stabbed at Thetis Lake

A 19-year-old man was stabbed in the parking lot of Thetis Lake at 10 a.m. on Dec. 6.

The Victoria Grizzlies added five new owners

Grizzlies add five new owners to the pack

The Grizzlies ownership has multiplied from two to seven owners.

The Victoria Grizzlies added five new owners

Langford victim chases vehicle with handgun

An injured man chased a speeding grey Ford Explorer waving a handgun, Dec. 1 at 2:15 p.m.

Metchosin’s Kahlil Jones will sell jewelry at the Biz Kids Market

Metchosin youth builds jewelry biz

The Metchosin girl started a small jewelry business for the Biz Kids Market, hosted by home-school students across the Capital Region.

Metchosin’s Kahlil Jones will sell jewelry at the Biz Kids Market
Perry Officer First Class Mike Hales

Navy divers pack on pounds for fundraising turkey trot

Running for six hours can be a tough day, but with a 100-pound bomber suit it’s gruelling.

Perry Officer First Class Mike Hales
Christopher Switzer and son Hayden celebrate homecoming aboard HMCS Vancouver.

COURAGE: Recreating missed memories

Holidays at sea inspire jam-packed return home for military family

Christopher Switzer and son Hayden celebrate homecoming aboard HMCS Vancouver.
Wyatt Pauwels

West Shore Montessori expands to offer new middle school program

West-Mont Montessori school in Metchosin is expanding to offer middle school for Grade 7 and 8 students in the fall.

Wyatt Pauwels

Two workers injured in hit and run on Bear Mountain

West Shore RCMP seek driver of a black or grey SUV after two on foot were hit last night (Nov.5) on Bear Mountain

Around 3 p.m. a male driving a pickup truck drove into a median on Goldstream Avenue. 'It was a medical issue

Pickup halted by median on Goldstream Avenue

Around 3 p.m. a male driving a pickup truck drove into a median on Goldstream Avenue.

Around 3 p.m. a male driving a pickup truck drove into a median on Goldstream Avenue. 'It was a medical issue
Adam Gant

League group, behind Colwood’s Capital City Centre, file for creditor protection

PriceWaterhouseCoopers and League Financial Partners offer investors phone call today

Adam Gant
Adam Gant

UPDATE: Capital City Centre files for creditor protection

League Financial Partners filed for a Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA), Oct. 18 a proposal should be available Nov. 22.

Adam Gant
Jacob Varga heads to nationals this week.

Saanich boxer breaks family tradition

Jacob Varga spent his youth kickboxing and now sees success moving his feet a different way. He trains daily at Olsen's in Colwood.

Jacob Varga heads to nationals this week.

Old Metchosin barn burns down

The call came out at 3:09 a.m. and Metchosin Fire Department attended to call to the property on Neild Road.

Roman Witkowsky

Homeless population small but selective

Homeless people on the West Shore choose to live in seclusion rather than the hustle and bustle of downtown Victoria.

Roman Witkowsky
Juan de Fuca MLA John Horgan announced he would not be running for the leadership role for the NDP

Horgan focuses on JDF riding, not provincial leadership

The MLA announced he would not be running for the leadership role for the NDP, Oct. 16.

Juan de Fuca MLA John Horgan announced he would not be running for the leadership role for the NDP

International students bring big money to region

Out-of-country students bring on average $35,000 into our economy