Kevin Laird

Victoria tourism shipshape with cruise windfall

MS Zaandam arrival launches Victoria's cruise ship season

It’s time to meet your neighbours, Esquimalt

The Block Bash! is expected to draw more than 200 people to the Esquimalt Recreation Centre

A bicycle, a bear – and a dream

Victoria author John Crouch saw it all in his latest adventure across British Columbia

Help pick the Best of the City

Today marks the start of balloting in our 20th annual Best of the City awards

Young soccer player fights for human rights

Victoria teen will travel to Brazil this spring for World Vision Cup

Esquimalt makes major upgrades to recreation facilities

Archie Browning, recreation centre and Memorial Park sees more than $1.2 million in improvements

PEOPLE ‘N PLACES: Kate delves into maritime history

Kate Humble joins the staff of the Maritime Museum of B.C.

Canadian Pacific Lawn Bowling Club opens doors to public

Downtown Victoria club hosts open house on Saturday

Monk Office shows community spirit

Victoria-based business earns accolades from United Way

Esquimalt launches community arts council

The arts council has announced three major projects for 2014

Mustard Seed pastor finds passion in helping others

Rev. Tom Oshiro will retire from the Mustard Seed Church on Sunday, leaving a legacy of caring and empathy

With a little faith

Bishop Logan McMenamie is setting a new course for more than 8,000 Anglicans on Vancouver Island

Community rallies to save Sundance elementary from closure

Greater Victoria school board trustees are slated to vote on whether to keep the school open at a meeting March 27

Beacon Hill Little League eyes 2014 season

More than 330 kids expected to take to field in James Bay, Fairfield, Rockland and South Oak Bay

Greater Victoria’s economy to grow but new jobs lag

Number of public sector jobs declining faster than growth in private sector