Edward Hill

Broadmead Village facelift eyed for fall finish

Saanich shopping mall redesigns Chatterton Way access to ease congestion into the centre

Greater Victoria Horseshoe club unveils memorial shelter Saturday

The Horseshoe Pitching Association is dedicating a memorial shelter to past members

Museum exhibit explores tragedy and triumph at the South Pole

Royal B.C. Museum in Victoria opens Race to the End of the Earth on May 17

For Saanich sculptor, nature inspires

Maarten Schaddelee only needs to look out the window at his waterfront Gordon Head home to find inspiration.

Victoria conservator preserves exploration history in Antarctica

Jana Stefan works on hut from 1912 Robert Scott expedition; offers insight for Royal B.C. Museum's South Pole exploration exhibit

Free clinic in Saanich aims to boost health habits with youth

The Royal Oak Chiropractic Natural Health Clinic is offering a free series of heath checkups for youth on Saturday

Shipping container explodes in Saanich after propane leak

Cloverdale Avenue closed to traffic around 6:30 this morning

Victoria man vows to tell Malala’s story

The attack on Malala Yousafzai made headlines around the world.

Gorge cleanup makes progress, but junk still piles up

There’s fewer televisions and computers chucked into the Gorge these days, but a volunteer crew still expects to fill three dumpsters

100 years on, undeveloped lots in Saanich eyed for development

Two untouched lots that have sat idle next to Mount Douglas Park since 1912, and now bear survey markings for future development.

Search for the toughest of trees

Pacific Forestry Centre in Saanich stresses out Douglas firs in a bid to create stronger forests

Ancient Forest Alliance pushes parties to protect old growth

The Ancient Forest Alliance is taking provincial political parties to task in terms of committing to preserve B.C.’s old growth forests.

Saanich park volunteers seek the sound of silence

Friends of Mount Douglas Park plan to map the ambient background noise in the park to locate places free of urban sounds

Going ‘green’ pays off for Saanich elementary school

Staples Canada awards Campus View elementary $25,000 in computer gear; school hosts second community EarthFest on Wednesday

Election battleground: Oak Bay-Gordon Head

A B.C. Liberal riding for 16 years, the NDP and Green parties seek to seize the white collar neighbourhoods of Saanich and Oak Bay

Victoria’s Pacific Christian team ready to argue at national championships

Two Grade 12 girls from Pacific Christian School are competing in this year’s senior national debate championships in Calgary.

New dock at Durrance opens fishing to all

The provincial government has spearheaded construction of a new dock at Durrance Lake

University women’s group pushing child poverty onto election agenda

Canadian Federation of University Women Victoria is hosting a talk on child poverty in Saanich next Wednesday

Victoria research helps seniors stay safe on the road

UVic arm of a nationwide study Candrive shows seniors know their limits behind the wheel and voluntarily limit or opt out of driving

Rise of the other ‘grey tsunami’

First generation of developmentally disabled adults reach senior years