Nick Murray

BC Ferries adds extra and late night summer sailings

Seasonal adjustments to sailing times also in effect on many routes

Rules grounding high flight crews for 28 days likely to be challenged

Lawyer says policy could compromise charter rights and personal liberties

Sidney Museum donates 60,000 Lego bricks to local schools

Sidney, Deep Cove, ḰELSET, Brentwood, Keating and Cordova Bay elementary schools get Lego avalanche

Peninsula food bank ‘desperate’ for donations

Stock “never been this low” at Saanich Peninsula Lions Food Bank as demand outstrips supplies

Tsartlip canoe team pulls for international glory in Australia

Geronimo Canoe Club paddles to Victoria to kick-start fundraising

Digital enhancements big focus of $45,000 Victoria library donation

Ebooks and audibooks stock, new Esquimalt creative tech space to get cash boost

Poignant tenor to music school’s end of year concert

Brentwood School of Music’s final concert included farewell to founder

Green Party calls Salish Sea ‘free parking lot for world’s largest container ships’

MP Elizabeth May rails against Port of Vancouver, Transport Canada and impact on local environment

Dinner plate-sized tarantula crawls out of its own skin in Central Saanich

Staff at Victoria Butterfly Gardens catch spider moulting on video

Twelve gnomes lost in Butchart Gardens – can your kids help find them?

Activity available for three days leading up to Father’s Day

Nature loving passengers in for a whale of a time aboard BC Ferries

Coastal nature experts give free talks on BC Ferries this summer season

Ravensview addiction and mental-health facility announces grand opening

Music, gardening and art therapy to run alongside psychiatric and medical treatments

New photos help identify mystery creature found on Peninsula beach

Photos have emerged of the creature when it was first washed ashore

Brazilian JiuJitsu fighters unlock warrior code at Van Isle Open

250 competitors across adult and kids’ divisions, some international players

Central Saanich police respond to variety of crimes in May, from murder to mischief

Police responded to 29 traffic complaints, fraud, assault and theft

Seeds of dissent growing on Peninsula farms

Some farmers question CRD consultants’ report and disagree with aim to support first-time growers

Vancouver Island FC a magnet for women’s soccer talent

New club kicked off season with a win over league champions

Work BC Sidney helping clients bowl over competition and strike a new job

Centre say they are like bowling lane bumpers, directing people towards their goal

Workers in ‘precarious employment’ a problem, Sidney’s WorkBC Centre say they can help

Centre offers skills training, resume help and career advice for people in unstable jobs

Pacific FC soccer star to train with Canada national team

Noah Verhoeven, a 19 year-old midfielder earns big opportunity