Daniel Palmer

Victoria council acts on derelict boats in Gorge

Victoria council asks province for authority so city can regulate and enforce good behaviour north of Selkirk trestle in Gorge

Victoria police bust pair with Lower Mainland gang ties

Hidden compartments in minivan lead to cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and loaded handgun seizures by VicPD

Gardens and music make a unique Mother’s Day

Annual Music Mother’s Day Garden Tour takes place this weekend

Entrepreneurs turn photo world upside down from Victoria

Victoria company quietly transforming the global stock photography industry

Victoria senior celebrates 100th birthday in style

Residents of Rose Manor in Fairfield rally to raise funds for a horse-drawn carriage ride for 100-year-old Velma Mason

Victoria looks to revitalize Inner Harbour parking lots

Revitalization plans earmarked for three key sites: Ship Point, lower Wharf Street and Belleville terminal

Sewage project ‘political travesty,’ says UVic prof

Current disposal method of marine outfalls causes much less negative environmental impact, says Rebecca Warburton

Merchant seamen remember Battle of the Atlantic

Battle of the Atlantic remembrance set for Sunday at downtown Victoria cenotaph

Victoria-Esquimalt police mediator cost province $111,000

Lee Doney appointed in August 2012 to help Victoria, Esquimalt agree on VicPD cost-sharing and service model

Charity dental care fills local need

Academy Dental will host a day of complimentary services on April 28

Mental health takes centre stage at Vic High

Leadership class hosts three days of mental health awareness workshops for students.

Think Local First amps up competition

Think Local First has grown from a handful of members to more than 150 Greater Victoria businesses today

Esquimalt families to rebuild after fire

Fire razes two houses in Gorge area early Saturday morning

Victoria students ham it up at improv

Vic High students make name for themselves at Berlin festival

Esquimalt targets economic future

The township is hosting two public economic roundtable discussions on April 23

Victoria finance director resigns in midst of budget work

Mayor Dean Fortin says he's confident finance staff can step in to fill void left by abrupt departure of finance director

Esquimalt property tax increase could be nil – again

The township stands to gain more than $11 million in revenue from the federal Property in Lieu of Taxes program in 201

Victoria, Esquimalt ink policing agreement

Policing agreement will run to Dec. 31, 2023 and includes dedicated patrol officers in Esquimalt

Dandelion Society offers Easter service with a twist

Rev. Al Tysick brings special service to homeless and marginalized residents at Centennial Square

New development will change face of James Bay

Plaza and offices envisioned for South Block property facing B.C. legislature