Kyle Wells

Reignwolf kicks off Rock the Shores Day 2 with a bang!

Rock the Shores day two kicks off with a bang

Reignwolf takes centre stage with amazing energy and shreds the guitar.

Reignwolf kicks off Rock the Shores Day 2 with a bang!
Los Angeles-based rock band Weezer is one of the headliners at this year's second annual Rock the Shores music festival at West Shore Parks and Recreation.

It’s time to rock on Victoria’s West Shore

Rock the Shores Round 2 prepares to take region by storm, but not literally

Los Angeles-based rock band Weezer is one of the headliners at this year's second annual Rock the Shores music festival at West Shore Parks and Recreation.

Colwood OK’s backyard birds

Rules for chickens in the city laid out in new bylaw

Colwood to gauge public’s taste for A-word

Community to have its say on potential for amalgamation

Korean War veterans Fred MacDonald of Langford and Gary W. Hall

Victoria-area Korean War vets cheer end of battle for recognition

The creation of a special day to honour Korean War veterans marks the culmination of years of hard work

Korean War veterans Fred MacDonald of Langford and Gary W. Hall

Worst double-double ever for Colwood customer

Random attacker spits on customer waiting in lineup at Tim Horton's

Pedestrian-striking driver, witnesses sought by West Shore RCMP

Young man suffers minor injuries in Langford incident

Langford homeowner avoids cat-astrophe

Talkative Siamese cat alerts owner to short-curcuiting hot water tank

Colwood considers sewage treatment option

Link with developer could mean avoidance of CRD plant.

Lindsay Vogan is among the Victoria residents who have headed out to southern Alberta to help in the recovery efforts for areas affected by massive flooding.

Victorians lend hand for Alberta cleanup



Recovery efforts in southern Alberta continue after flooding devastated areas in and around Calgary starting on June 20.

Lindsay Vogan is among the Victoria residents who have headed out to southern Alberta to help in the recovery efforts for areas affected by massive flooding.
Bo Louis and Sharon Beaudoin serve strawberries and ice cream at Beaver Lake during last year’s Saanich Strawberry Festival.

Strawberries in Beaver Lake Park on Sunday

The popular Strawberry Festival taking place this Sunday (July 7) from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Bo Louis and Sharon Beaudoin serve strawberries and ice cream at Beaver Lake during last year’s Saanich Strawberry Festival.
Empire Theatres is selling off its theatres in Western Canada

Capitol 6 theatre likely to close

The longstanding Capitol 6 cinema will likely fade to black in the wake of the Empire Company selling off its theatres

Empire Theatres is selling off its theatres in Western Canada

Gorge Road west of Tillicum closing after long weekend

Gorge Road between Tillicum and Admirals roads will effectively close to traffic until September to allow for sewer line replacements.

Stalking trial of former Vic High teacher wraps up

Crown and defence councils gave their final arguments in the trial of Frank Canacari

The demolition of the old bridge and pilings for the new bridge are underway

Craigflower Bridge project scrambles to secure steel

Work on the new $13 million Craigflower Bridge is forging ahead, but a steel shortage has the potential to slow down progress.

The demolition of the old bridge and pilings for the new bridge are underway

Senior a victim of purse snatching near Tillicum Centre

Police are on the hunt for a purse snatcher in the area of Cuthbert Holmes Park and Tillicum Centre.

Surrey man’s skull fractured in beating outside Red Lion in Saanich

A 46-year-old man ended up with multiple skull fractures after a severe beating outside of the V-Lounge at the Red Lion Inn

The Capital Regional District hopes of have Phases 1 of the E&N Rail Trail-Humpback Connector

Capital Regional District ready to show off plans for E&N Rail Trail

Get ready to ride, run and stroll, as the Capital Regional District’s E&N Rail Trail nears completion.

The Capital Regional District hopes of have Phases 1 of the E&N Rail Trail-Humpback Connector
Kelly Paul and two other runners of the Heliset Hále Marathon arrived on the West Shore by canoe on Tuesday. The run is intended to raise awareness of First Nations suicide

Run to raise awareness of First Nation suicides ends Friday, National Aboriginal Day

Marathon across Vancouver Island hits Greater Victoria, ends on Saanich Peninsula

Kelly Paul and two other runners of the Heliset Hále Marathon arrived on the West Shore by canoe on Tuesday. The run is intended to raise awareness of First Nations suicide
Bear Mountain Golf staff Jordan Ray

Teeing up for the cure at Golfathon for ALS

Bear Mountain pros prepare for one long game of golf – 100 holes to raise $5,000 for the ALS Society of B.C.

Bear Mountain Golf staff Jordan Ray