Kevin Laird

CFB Esquimalt Naval and Military Museum celebrates 30 years

Open house and celebration on July 4 is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Esquimalt Music Fest celebrates Naden Band’s 75th birthday

Esquimalt’s Township Community Arts Council is launching its Memorial Park Music Fest on Tuesday

Massive yoga class planned at B.C. legislature

Victoria and the rest of the world celebrates International Day of Yoga on June 21

Navy bids farewell to HMCS Algonquin

The Iroquois-class destroyer was “paid off” in the navy tradition, concluding 41 years of service.

Peer counselling opens doors to seniors helping seniors

Volunteer counsellors provide compassionate listening and encouragement

Work begins on Admirals Road

The $4.6-million project will see improvements on Admirals Road from Maplebank Road to Lyall Street

Victoria Day Parade offers new surprises

The 117th annual edition of the Island Farms Victoria Day Parade is reinventing itself, sort of.

Victoria MP wants clarity on federal compensation for thalidomide survivors

Murray Rankin fears the government won’t move forward on compensation until after this fall’s federal election

Capital Regional District sewage levy concerns mayors

Taxpayers will see a 19 per cent increase from the CRD to cover the cost of the proposed sewage project.

Comprehensive plan needed to help working poor: Victoria MP

Victoria couples with kids must make $20.05 per hour each to get by, report finds

$1.1-million surplus eyed in Esquimalt municipal budget

Being a homeowner in Esquimalt is about to get pricier.

Victoria expects record cruise ship season

First ship of season docks at Ogden Point this morning

Victoria man in suspicious death identified

Shaun Alexander McGregor's body was found in Begbie Street apartment

Navy ship will be named after Victoria hero

Margaret Brooke was decorated for gallantry during the Second World War

National Little League registration dips

The league has never seen so few players register, says vice-president

Victoria police investigating suspicious death

It's the city's fourth suspicious death in the last two months

Victoria man battles mental illness with music and gratitude

Musician competing in CBC Radio's Searchlight competition

Esquimalt Township Arts Council’s first year went ‘beyond expectations’

Starting with just six members a year ago, the fledging group has grown to 100 members and has hosted five major community events.

Singing songs of comfort and joy

Bedside Singers provide the love of music for patients in hospice

Black proposes rehosting Commonwealth Games

Commonwealth Games Canada wanted to submit a bid for the 2022 Games, but no Canadian city stepped forward