Kristyn Anthony

Woman sexually assaulted on BC Transit in Victoria

Suspect who fled is described as a white male in his 40’s

Free transit for military personnel in Victoria on Remembrance Day

BC Transit offers a small gesture to honour current or former military members

Establishment of a Capital Region transportation service passes first hurdle

CRD board agrees on bylaw, but voter assent needed to move forward

Esquimalt installs new interpretive signage for Fort Macaulay

The project was made possible through Canada 150 funding

Gordies Music preparing to play its final tune in Victoria

Vintage guitar and vinyl shop closing the doors after 20 years in business

COURAGE REMEMBERED: Time spent serving his country changed grandfather’s view of the world

An excerpt from a letter by Jeremy J. Fry on his grandfather, a First and Second World War veteran

COURAGE REMEMBERED: A remarkable journey through modern-day conflict

Victoria police officers remember the aftermath of the Kosovo war

Winter shelters open as temperatures drop across Greater Victoria

Emergency spaces open at 919 Pandora and 525 Johnson St. after extreme weather alerts issued

Early morning chimney fire displaces two Victoria families

No injuries were reported and officials peg the damage at up to $250,000

Urbanite returns to activate Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

‘Come as you are’ and explore the connections between people and place from an artistic lens

Victoria police searching for driver whose vehicle struck elderly woman

70-year-old man spoke with paramedics on the scene, but left before officers arrived

Victoria-produced WITS online film takes new approach to bullying

Initiative encourages students to walk away, ignore, talk it out and seek help

Victoria man who killed his wife dies in Abbotsford prison

Daniel Blake Penney, 54, died of natural causes serving 12-year sentence for strangling death

Fish farm protestors challenge Minister of Fisheries and Oceans

Peaceful protest leads to conversation between fish farm opponents and Minister LeBlanc

Canada C3 docks in Victoria

Signature Canada 150 project ends coast to coast to coast voyage through Northwest Passage

Sooke RCMP seek suspect in pistol whipping

Suspect struck a man in the head with a pistol on boardwalk at Sooke’s Ed McGregor Park

VicPD bait bike stolen in just six minutes

Officers traced the stolen property to a downtown address arresting thief

Brew business booming on the island

Island breweries represent at BC Beer Awards; local coffee roaster honoured

Big Bat Bike Ride flies in to help creatures on South Island

Campaign aims to house bats who have lost natural habitats and face extinction

Victoria man charged in historical sexual assaults granted bail

Harry Charles Sadd, 70, faces charges on 23 counts of sexual assault and gross indecency