Edward Hill

UVic expands its bright idea incubator

Innovation Centre for Entrepreneurs – ICE - is now open to help any UVic student, faculty and staff develop the next big thing

Victoria’s lord of the rings

A Saanich "ring finder" uses metal detecting gear to reunite lost jewelery with their owners

The book that saved Macbeth

A 400-year-old copy of the "First Folio," the first printed collection of Shakespeare's work, is on display in Victoria

Sniffing out the bad guys

Top police canine teams face off in Saanich for national competition

Pain relief, one tooth at a time

Saanich dentist on fourth year of offering free emergency dental care

Backyard blooms thanks to generous donor

$45,000 given anonymously to Saanich-based home for people with cognitive disabilities

New UVic president inherits tough budget

Cutbacks to continue as Jamie Cassels sets stage for university’s next 50 years

Breathing new life into ocean research

Google executive's marine science foundation funds groundbreaking UVic ocean study off Vancouver Island

Stewards look to revitalize Swan creek

Saanich waterway gets community support with creation of new Friends of Swan Creek Watershed society

Victoria’s illegal economy: easy to see, hard to measure

Drug trade dominates Victoria’s illicit economic activity

Greek celebration expands

Heritage museum opens in time for Greek Fest in Saanich for the next two weekends

The quantum leap out of the lab

Like any great invention, Thomas Fyles discovered his by accident.

Public-private partnership ends for power plant at Hartland

The Capital Regional District will become the sole owner of the gas-fired power plant at Hartland Landfill in Saanich

UVic seeing healthy growth in new students

The University of Victoria is seeing a bump in student enrolment this year, especially in the faculty of engineering.

A window to the universe, from Saanich

Gregory Falman awarded Order of B.C. for guiding Canada’s astronomy efforts

Saanich tree protection bylaw unfair, say homebuilders

Saanich has drafted strict bylaws to stem the loss of tree canopy across the municipality

Advocate pushes for new forest park in Saanich

A Saanich family is leading a low-key but determined effort to preserve the 28-acre forest as a nature park near Watkiss Road

B.C. Archives seeks world heritage status for Douglas treaties

B.C. Archives and the Royal B.C. Museum are submitting the Douglas treaties to the UNESCO Memory of the World register

Ancient art takes root at Saanich garden

If the bucolic Horticulture Centre of the Pacific wasn’t tranquil enough, a new emerging garden is offering a new level of Zen.

B.C. Hydro to remove contaminated soil near Colquitz creek in Saanich

B.C. Hydro plans to dig contaminated soil out of the side of Colquitz creek in the wake of a mineral oil leak last November.