Nina Grossman

Greater Victoria enjoys sunny first day of spring

Summer-like temperatures of 21 degrees hit Wednesday for first day of spring

Outdoor cats one of the biggest causes of wildlife injuries, says Wild ARC

Spring a vulnerable time for fledlings, small mammals

Juan de Fuca curlers ‘reeling’ after learning rink will be replaced with dry floor

West Shore Parks & Recreation board says curling rinks not getting enough use

Royal romance sequel shooting in Victoria: Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal filming at Union Club

Sequel depicts romance between Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle

Victoria doctor forced into early retirement as specialist moves into rental space

General practitioner says he can’t afford rising rents, even amidst doctor shortage

BC Ferries has no plans to implement debit for vehicle ticket payments

Debit accepted for foot passengers, on-board purchases for all vessels

BC Ferries has no plans to implement debit for vehicle ticket payments

Debit accepted for foot passengers, on-board purchases for all vessels

Most Victoria transit takers thank their driver: poll

Bus riders thank drivers on Transit Driver Appreciation Day

Oak Bay Police deal with high drivers, thefts from cars and an unruly motorcycle rider

Motorcycle rider keeps driving on Hampshire Road lawn

VicPD help Esquimalt businesses avoid becoming victims of crime

Townhall meeting teaches businesses about safety and prevention

VIDEO: Thousands come out for St. Patrick’s Day celebration in Market Square

All-ages Irish fun draws crowds dressed in green

Poison found near Vic West off-leash dog park

Dog owner finds box of poison in bushes at Barnard Park

Greater Victoria invited to pitch at Horseshoe Mania

Saanich event set for April 6 to draw public into social sport

Victoria woman charged after dog dies in her hot car

Boston terrier died while left in vehicle for seven hours in 30 degree weather

Budget decisions will determine upgrades for Oak Bay ‘dangerous intersection’

Community Safety Network says concerns about Cadboro Bay Road not being addressed fast enough

CRD board puts the brakes on alternative Malahat route

Board ask provinces to consider alternative safety measures, oppose watershed route

Victoria temperatures expected to hit 19 degrees by Tuesday

Spring around the corner after cold and snowy February

Expanded watershed protects Greater Victoria from ‘winter drought’ suffered elsewhere

Less precipitation in February impacts watersheds elsewhere while Victoria remains at 99.3 %

Greater Victoria schools ensure gender inclusive options on all SD61 forms

Motion asks that all forms be updated with non-binary options