Erin McCracken

Victoria police Det. Const. Shawn Robson

VicPD specialist: Hot on the high-risk trail

Victoria's high-risk offender unit is unique to Vancouver Island

Victoria police Det. Const. Shawn Robson
Master Cpl. Rob Whitney

MOVING TIME: Greater Victoria-based military personnel leaving and arriving

14,300 military members are being posted this fiscal year. The News sheds light on families moving to and from CFB Esquimalt this summer

Master Cpl. Rob Whitney

CFB Esquimalt sailors represent navy at annual Calgary Stampede

Calgary's sailors trading in their caps for stetsons this week

Submarine HMCS Victoria arrives at Pearl Harbor

Canada’s West Coast military joins advanced war-fighting event

Rim of the Pacific world's largest multinational biennial exercise

Submarine HMCS Victoria arrives at Pearl Harbor
HMCS Vancouver

Canada’s Pacific Coast in capable hands, despite absence of naval fleet

Warships could be redeployed to respond to emergencies

HMCS Vancouver

Proposed development sparks look at changes to Esquimalt’s view of West Bay

Community input sought in development of design guidelines

Leading Seaman Kerri Clinton takes a photo of a kiss thrown by her significant other

Tearful goodbyes for departing crew of HMCS Regina

CFB Esquimalt ship to aid in counterterrorism operation

Leading Seaman Kerri Clinton takes a photo of a kiss thrown by her significant other
New citizenship judge Gerry Pash has spent time in broadcasting as well as with the military reserves.

Longtime media man appointed as citizenship judge in Victoria

Gerry Pash has worn many hats in his decades-long career

New citizenship judge Gerry Pash has spent time in broadcasting as well as with the military reserves.

Jubilee Hospital burn unit receives financial boost

Firefighters Burn Fund kicks in nearly $350,000 for equipment requirements

Victoria police traffic constables Neil Lundin

Social media takes a bite out of crime on Canada Day in Victoria

Number of alcohol-related infractions down from last year

Victoria police traffic constables Neil Lundin

85-year-old Esquimalt graving dock to receive upgrades ahead of ship construction

Federal government announces $101-million investment over five years

Skateboarder sought after couple knocked to ground in downtown Victoria

Red zone prohibits skateboarding through most of downtown

The Victoria police's Dodge Charger cruisers will be relabeled as part of the department's renaming to the Victoria and Esquimalt Police Department.

Victoria Police Department renaming could carry big price tag

Costs of including Esquimalt in name could be offset by piecemeal changes

The Victoria police's Dodge Charger cruisers will be relabeled as part of the department's renaming to the Victoria and Esquimalt Police Department.

Victoria police seek witnesses to Blanshard Street collision involving pedestrian

Man suffers multiple injuries from being struck by van

Victoria police relieved after weapons cache seized

Two teenagers arrested after variety of weapons, marijuana and cash found in Gorge Road residence

Barber Scott Attrill shows off the list of signatures he's received protesting Esquimalt's proposed upgrades to Admirals Road

Admirals barber collects names against Esquimalt’s proposed road upgrades

Barbershop owner balks at "beauty over function" on Admirals Road

Barber Scott Attrill shows off the list of signatures he's received protesting Esquimalt's proposed upgrades to Admirals Road

Choice of Capital Region transit levies awaits transit governance ruling

Greater Victoria leaders say big-ticket transit projects, like LRT, need regional voice

Esquimalt council to consider rec pass freebies for spouses

Councillors, municipal staff already receive free admittance to facilities

Kathy Dabrus

Calling all doctors: Victoria physicians on board with recruitment train

Solutions to family physician shortage begin with collaboration: stakeholders

Kathy Dabrus
B.C. Transit buses will be jockeyed differently downtown for the post-Canada Day rush on Sunday evening.

Transit braces for Canada Day rush in Victoria

Don’t bring your booze downtown on the bus on July 1

B.C. Transit buses will be jockeyed differently downtown for the post-Canada Day rush on Sunday evening.