Daniel Palmer

David Mason has received hundreds of personal medical imaging records on his home fax machine since 2005. He removed his fax machine after going public with his concerns.

Medical fax story prompts change at imaging clinic

Clinic changes fax number after faxes go awry, says Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner

David Mason has received hundreds of personal medical imaging records on his home fax machine since 2005. He removed his fax machine after going public with his concerns.

Victoria, Colwood alone on amalgamation ballot

Residents to be asked if they favour reducing the number of municipalities in Greater Victoria region

Victoria resident John Hungar fears a proposed recycling fee on newspapers could cause irreparable damage to the struggling industry.

Newspapers ramp up recycle fee battle

B.C. recycling rules could financially cripple local newspapers, says newspaper association

Victoria resident John Hungar fears a proposed recycling fee on newspapers could cause irreparable damage to the struggling industry.

CRA cuts download low-income tax help to volunteers: legal aid group

Tax assistance for low-income, senior and disabled residents sees surge in demand with permanent closure of CRA offices: TAPS

Four honoured for saving lives with CPR

B.C. Ambulance Service hands out Vital Link awards forlife-saving efforts

Victoria job fairs highlight alarming trends

Job fair organizer says the job hunt has changed in the past decade

Architects chosen for Greater Victoria Art Gallery expansion

Vancouver-based architects will lead redesign of existing Rockland-based facility

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Victoria mayor hopeful launches vote pledge campaign

Lisa Helps hopes to engage eligible voters who failed to cast a ballot in the 2011 municipal election

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David Mason holds up a medical record

Victoria man receives hundreds of patient health records in error

Patient information intended for medical clinic repeatedly sent to home fax machine

David Mason holds up a medical record
Norman (Jay) Seagrave-Peel at work along the Inner Harbour’s lower causeway.

Victoria spray-paint artist ousted from long-time Inner Harbour spot

Jay Seagrave-Peel has plied his trade for 17 years on harbourfront, and fears losing performance spot after one-year suspension

Norman (Jay) Seagrave-Peel at work along the Inner Harbour’s lower causeway.
Black Press reporter Natalie North rapels downs the Standard Life building at 1175 Douglas St. in 2012. North was one of the brave participating in the B.C. Lions Drop Zone taking the plunge down 13 stories to help to raise money for B.C.'s children with disabilities.

Easter Seals Drop Zone for the Kids cancelled in downtown Victoria

Annual fundraising event raised $113,000 for Camp Shawnigan in 2013, say organizers

Black Press reporter Natalie North rapels downs the Standard Life building at 1175 Douglas St. in 2012. North was one of the brave participating in the B.C. Lions Drop Zone taking the plunge down 13 stories to help to raise money for B.C.'s children with disabilities.
Dan Gunn

Digital video game industry booming in Greater Victoria

Success of GottaCon gaming conference underscores emerging economic boost to Capital Region

Dan Gunn

Capital Regional District leases back failed sewage site to food supplier

The Viewfield Road site, in Esquimalt's light industrial park, was purchased last March for $17 million

Protecteur’s future unknown

Esquimalt-based supply ship limps back to Pearl Harbor after devastating fire

Victoria police applaud drunk-driving court decision

Drunk driving enforcement business as usual for VicPD

Victoria police budget audit delayed

The audit, originally scheduled for release this month, will evaluate how Victoria oversees VicPD's police budget

Families anxiously await the return of HMCS Protecteur’s crew

No word yet when warship's sailors will return to Esquimalt

Green bin garbage truck fails to arrive in Esquimalt

Public works staff completed their first "green bin" collection Monday using an older municipal truck

Greater Victoria sewage PR to cost $1.6 million

Seaterra program commission approves communications, archeological services contracts at Feb. 28 meeting

Tom Berkout

Cyclists urge city to go big on two-wheeled travel

Cyclists launch online petition urging city to set more ambitious goals

Tom Berkout