Erin McCracken

Churchill inspires young speakers

Youth to practice oratory skillsAt 15 years old, Kieran Wilson might be…

As Scott Hoadley

Technology helps unlock photo album mystery

Victoria woman key to solving hotel’s 30-year conundrum

As Scott Hoadley
Lawyers Christine Murray

A behind-the-scenes look at the legal world

Law Day offers family-friendly events

Lawyers Christine Murray
Ella Van Cleave

Victoria teen brings conservation to forefront

Ella Van Cleave champions causes online

Ella Van Cleave
Raising their fine china to mark Queen Elizabeth II's upcoming 85th birthday are Mandy Kray

A tea party fit for a queen

She won't be there to blow out her birthday candles.But then again,…

Raising their fine china to mark Queen Elizabeth II's upcoming 85th birthday are Mandy Kray
Without grants from Heritage BC

Heritage BC’s fate hangs in the balance

When the money finally runs out, there won't be much left to…

Without grants from Heritage BC
Pharmacist Jonathan Cox shows off a potassium iodide capsule at Aaronson's Pharmacy. The pills can be used to ward off the effects of radiation.

Radiation fears swamp Victoria pharmacies

Amidst fears that radiation from Japan will make its way to B.C., Victoria pharmacies have been inundated with requests for an over-the-counter radiation-protection medication.

Pharmacist Jonathan Cox shows off a potassium iodide capsule at Aaronson's Pharmacy. The pills can be used to ward off the effects of radiation.
Madeleine Taylor and Julien Butterfield sound off for change

Sounding off for change

High school students are organizing the 10th annual Change Conference at Glenlyon Norfolk School in Oak Bay.

Madeleine Taylor and Julien Butterfield sound off for change
Vegan Dave Shishkoff chats with Ailsa Lenk in the organic produce section of Thrifty Foods on Fairfield Road. The two are taking part in Vegan Buddies

Vegan buddy

Vegan buddy program matches experienced vegans with vegan newbies

Vegan Dave Shishkoff chats with Ailsa Lenk in the organic produce section of Thrifty Foods on Fairfield Road. The two are taking part in Vegan Buddies
Victoria Camera Club member Don Peterson stands in Chinatown

Shooting life on the street

Victoria ‘street shooter’ documents daily life

Victoria Camera Club member Don Peterson stands in Chinatown

Students call on province to fix transit crisis

Late-night busing may have been saved from the chopping block, but James…

Firefighters croon for fundraiser

Hockey team needs help to get to New York for World Police and Fire Games

Giving an old prayer new meaning

Victoria conference explores the Lord’s Prayer

Bus transfer abuse bilking B.C. Transit out of thousands of dollars

Twitter and Facebook users encouraging free rides, says B.C. Transit president
 

Trial run for inter-city commuter rail gathers steam

Development of a new passenger rail pilot project is underway that would…

Esquimalt village core one wrecking crew closer to reality

Esquimalt Mayor Barb Desjardins can already see herself armed with a golden…

Transit tax hike of $28 approved for Greater Victoria

The Victoria Regional Transit Commission has approved B.C. Transit's proposed $28 per…

Melanie McKenzie

Vagina Monologues subject matter close to performers’ hearts

Sex worker support group to perform controversial playAs one woman reads from…

Melanie McKenzie

Battling kidney disease

Thursday walk raises awareness

Leading Seaman Sonja Olejniczak and Leading Seaman Laura Golden high five their paddles in the waters off Hidden Cove after safely launching their kayaks.

Disabled Canadian military personnel learn kayak skills

Soldier On program helps past and present Canadian Forces personnel overcome physical and psychological disabilities

Leading Seaman Sonja Olejniczak and Leading Seaman Laura Golden high five their paddles in the waters off Hidden Cove after safely launching their kayaks.