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The Shelbourne Community Kitchen organization has been born. All it needs now is an actual kitchen.
Saanich parent resource centre hosts cardboard box day for dads, kids
Entry to Horticulture Centre of the Pacific in Saanich free on Friday
B.C.'s anti-gang squad and local police agencies have busted two of the top-level drug traffickers for Greater Victoria.
More than 50 years ago, the Cat in the Hat arrived at the doorstep at the Queen Alexandria Solarium, a first edition signed by Dr. Seuss.
It’s a one-hectare wedge of greenspace, covered in grass and brush alongside the Patricia Bay Highway.
A former Vic High teacher adamantly denies stalking two women, and suggested his former roommate framed him.
A mountain biker received a large cut along his throat after being clotheslined by a wire near Durrance Lake in Saanich.
Volunteers band together for large community garden at housing complex on Wilkinson Road
7,000 researchers, students and academics are coming into Victoria for this weekend for Canada's largest annual academic gathering.
CARSA, the Centre for Athletics, Recreation and Special Abilities, aims for spring 2015 opening
A Saanich man struck by a falling tree in Beaver Lake park last October remains paralyzed and in hospital.
Congress 2013 at UVic should give Victoria’s anemic tourism industry a healthy shot in the arm for 2013
With little fanfare in March, a microscope housed beneath UVic zapped a fleck of gold, and produced the world's most highly magnified image.
House is one of the most air-tight and energy efficient residential buildings in North America.
The mountain is ingrained in First Nation culture, but it’s existing name is synonymous with longstanding historical injustices.
Hundreds of grand old homes in Greater Victoria are celebrating their first century this year.
The Emily Carr library branch should have a new home by the end of the year after Saanich council approved a 10-year lease with Uptown.
Purpose built by volunteer labour in 1946, the 7,000-square-foot hall lacks amenities one would expect at a modern-day recreation facility
The B.C. Water and Wast Association has bestowed Glen Brown its 2013 individual award of excellence