Danielle Pope

A pair of deer eat away at a hedge in a yard along Cotswold Road in the Uplands district in Oak Bay.

Deer meeting yields more decisions to make

Oak Bay closer to determining its strategy, says mayor

A pair of deer eat away at a hedge in a yard along Cotswold Road in the Uplands district in Oak Bay.
A stop-work order was issued last week when a private contractor decided to remove the bushes on a municipal path behind the Oak Bay fire hall. The district has not yet determined if any action will be taken

Oak Bay eagles at risk

Unauthorized path construction upsets eagles, neighbours

A stop-work order was issued last week when a private contractor decided to remove the bushes on a municipal path behind the Oak Bay fire hall. The district has not yet determined if any action will be taken
Pride is about more than just fun and games

THE WEEK — June 20: Keep up the Pride, Victoria

Keep up the Pride, Victoria, no need to just "brew" at home, calling all unwanted fruit and more...

Pride is about more than just fun and games
DANIELLE POPE: Why we walk — to build strength

DANIELLE POPE: Cheers to 39 years

Three years ago this summer, I entered the world of Monday. It had been one of those publications I’d read studiously since...

DANIELLE POPE: Why we walk — to build strength
Maya Fischer (right) and her mother Linda Cirella have vowed to stop selling Girl Guide cookies until the national organization replaces genetically modified ingredients with natural ones. Fischer’s online petition has nearly 800 signatures in support.

Girl asks Guides to live by group’s own motto

Young Victoria Girl Guide petitions the national organization to take GMOs out of cookies

Maya Fischer (right) and her mother Linda Cirella have vowed to stop selling Girl Guide cookies until the national organization replaces genetically modified ingredients with natural ones. Fischer’s online petition has nearly 800 signatures in support.
Tara Crosby

The aggression of welfare

Government assistance while on disability proves biggest challenge for Victoria woman

Tara Crosby
About 40 per cent of all plastics created end up as single-use packaging that quickly meets the landfill.

THE WEEK — June 13: Menu: plastic ocean soup

On the menu: plastic ocean soup, Get your Stigma-screen out and naked bikers flash city

About 40 per cent of all plastics created end up as single-use packaging that quickly meets the landfill.
Amazonian treatment gives answer

Amazonian treatment gives answer

Ayahuasca research shows unparalleled addictions support

Amazonian treatment gives answer
Author Jessica Kluthe traced her grandmother's roots.

Birthing a new breed of non-fiction

Rosina, the Midwife traces historic roots of an immigrant family and the woman who started it all

Author Jessica Kluthe traced her grandmother's roots.
Jill Goodson

Sole Sister

Victoria shoe shiner celebrates her historical year of scrubbing

Jill Goodson
DANIELLE POPE: Why we walk — to build strength

DANIELLE POPE: The battle of trying ‘new’

Studies tell us trying new things is good for the brain...

DANIELLE POPE: Why we walk — to build strength
Canadian Olympian Dave Calder helps announce a number of legacy initiatives at the Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence in honour of Gord Sleivert.

Camosun, PISE honour late sports innovator

PISE launches legacy projects in memory of Gord Sleivert

Canadian Olympian Dave Calder helps announce a number of legacy initiatives at the Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence in honour of Gord Sleivert.
Ann-Marie Millington (left) was featured in the Little Spirits Garden adverts

Little Spirits to be remembered

Garden Memorial to open this fall with help from walk

Ann-Marie Millington (left) was featured in the Little Spirits Garden adverts
DANIELLE POPE: Why we walk — to build strength

DANIELLE POPE: Why we walk — to build strength

Victoria is a walking city. Only moments after I was first in the area, I stepped into my first walk for insert-your-issue-here.

DANIELLE POPE: Why we walk — to build strength
Five Victoria women

The Invisible War

SlutWalk exposes Victoria to the most provocative political movement yet

Five Victoria women
You aren’t fooling anyone by staring at your crotch while driving

THE WEEK — June 6: The new killer: crotches

The new killer: crotches; and a peek into Anney's Closet

You aren’t fooling anyone by staring at your crotch while driving
Some cruise ships got a nod for dirty achievements

THE WEEK — May 30: ‘Dirty’ cruise ships win big

‘Dirty’ cruise ships win big, synagogue offers a frocking good time and Monday says a Fehr goodbye.

Some cruise ships got a nod for dirty achievements
DANIELLE POPE: The season for savouring

DANIELLE POPE: What’s in a name: power

I once got into an argument with a teacher in kindergarten about the correct spelling of my name.

DANIELLE POPE: The season for savouring
Walk A Mile In Her Shoes is turning its focus away from footwear and towards the idea that teaching youth is the best way to combat gender-based violence.

THE WEEK — May 23: A week to start walking

Walk A Mile In Her Shoes asks men to wear heels in a fight against violence, while the March Against Monsanto battles GMOs.

Walk A Mile In Her Shoes is turning its focus away from footwear and towards the idea that teaching youth is the best way to combat gender-based violence.
George Colussi

Great Strides taken in support

People living with Cystic Fibrosis given hope through community

George Colussi