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The Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, Do It! (MEND) program is kicking off in Greater Victoria in January to promote healthy lifestyles for youth.
Daryl Yen was brought into the world by Victoria General Hospital staff at 12:01 a.m. on January 1.
Langford’s Hannah Day, 4, and her family are desperately searching for a stem cell transplant match.
Studio reconnects with lost art of wet plate photo developing
A Victoria-based society is taking over the quest to establish temporary youth housing on the West Shore.
An ongoing research project is seeing parents of premature babies become more involved with their child’s care during his or her stay.
More than 200 volunteers bring nativity scene to life
Victoria mental health expert recommends lending helping hand
Low donations could mean fewer services for those in need in 2014
Two local technology companies are earning recognition after joining forces to create a new mobile phone app
New Chief Const. Frank Elsner takes over from Jamie Graham, who retires at the end of the year.
Arts Centre at Cedar Hill is hosting the Fire & Light exhibition until Dec. 17
Over the past two weeks thefts from vehicles have been on the rise on Gorge Road, Glasgow Avenue and Tulip Avenue
More resources and money pushed to summer enforcement programs in Greater Victoria
Grade 7 student Tayler Guy is excited about her learning to cook at a free after-school program at Shoreline community middle school.
The cinema will be screening its final films on January 5, 2014 before closing for good.
Four-year-old Hannah Day is back in hospital with a new form of cancer, only months after a previous cancer went into remission.
Lights on the Gorge may be all carols and hot chocolate, but there is a larger purpose at work amid the fun and revelry: community building.
When Susan Harrison was on life support, waiting for a liver transplant, she knew how hard hospital staff were working to save her life.
Vancouver Island’s Better Business Bureau is warning consumers to use extreme caution when taking part in any online “penny auctions.”