Drew McLachlan

SPCA teaches animal empathy at summer camp in Victoria

Among Animals has grown immensely this year in terms of popularity

Suspicious fires spark arson investigations

Officials launch probe into eight separate fires in two-day span

Gorging Dragons take on the world

Victoria team will represent Canada at Club Crew World Championships, in Ravena, Italy.

Victoria’s Open Space adding new art to Commerical Alley

Open Space has partnered with the city to add some colour to Commercial Alley

Swim aims to cleanup Gorge’s reputation

Victoria's third annual Gorge Swim Fest set for Aug. 10

Victoria attempts to get $92.8-million bridge project back on track

Consultant puts forward recommendations to fix the project

Weaving together Good Fibrations

Annual crafting festival set for St. Ann's Academy on Aug. 17

Summer road projects results in road closure

Fairview Road in Esquimalt will be closed from Aug. 11 to Sept. 19

Victoria mom hopes to open safe place for autistic kids

Support garnered to open Safe Place for Our Unique Kids

Co-housing project takes another step toward ‘dream neighborhood’

Victoria city council voted 7-1 in favour of granting the group a rezoning permit on July 24.

Esquimalt Arts Festival hits stride in third year

Township Community Arts Council hoping to bring in a larger, younger crowd to this year's event

Downtown Victoria business centre to take on new look

Re-development set for Blanshard Street commercial sector in Broughton/Fort corridor

Vast cycling upgrades on the horizon

City hopes to triple number of residents cycling to work

Youth put light on atomic bombs at lantern ceremony

The lantern ceremony takes place at Esquimalt Gorge Park on Aug. 6 at 7 p.m.

HOMEFINDER: New building offers fresh start

Newly constructed homes offer many advantages over older homes

Teachers stand pat on picket line

Strike still in session over summer for some teachers

Victoria mayor vows to fix Johnson Street Bridge project problems

New report suggest bridge reconstruction heading off course in terms of budget and schedule

St. Ann’s Academy showcases Victoria’s French connection

Tours are given every Sunday during the summer, at 1 p.m. in French and 2:30 p.m. in English.

Microloan fund grows local business

Non-profit supports local entrepreneurs through loans under $10,000 with an annual interest rate of 10%

Victoria’s iconic rail station finds new life as shelter

Rail station has found a new purpose at Ogden Point