Natalie North

Column: Old challenges in a new era

On my desk is a photo of Gwen Cash, Canada’s first female general reporter.

Franklin’s ships remain lost

UVic ocean lab team returns from Northwest Passage search mission

Social service workers walk off the job in the Capital Region

Social service workers in Greater Victoria were the latest to take part in a provincewide rotating strike in an attempt to gain higher wages

Cancellation of bus runs balloon across city

Strike or no strike, some transit riders accustomed to spotty service

What’ll it be? Zombie, steampunk, binder full of women?

Star Wars and superheroes still dominate Halloween wear

Province reaches out young entrepreneurs via smartphone app

Government launches Boss Yourself app for small business startups

Restaurant plays host to a watching ghost?

Former owner with links to occult said to roam historic Saanich cottage

Teachers’ union offers anti-Enbridge lesson plans

The B.C. Teachers’ Federation last week began offering resources to teachers on Enbridge’s proposed Northern Gateway pipeline

Residents owe legal costs in Douglas fir campaign

"Dougy," Cadboro Bay’s notorious Douglas fir hit the ground Monday morning

Flu season, vaccination clinics begin in Greater Victoria

Some years, the influenza virus kills up to 8,000 Canadians, but it doesn’t have to.

Darwin and Chaucer, via rap

Baba Brinkman translates literature, science for the hip-hop masses

Saanich, through the eyes of Anne

Luck and fate preserve century-old photographic work of Anne Alice Girling

Gloves come off in fight to chop tree in Saanich

Saanich files court injunction against Cadboro Bay residents

Ready for the Big One?

Most British Columbians ignore calls for emergency preparedness

Researcher seeks families keen to cook

Participants rewarded with cooking classes at London Chef

Debate over school Wi-Fi reignites

Debate over allowing wireless Internet into Greater Victoria schools will take centre stage again after a year-and-a-half hiatus.

TC10K run hit with human rights complaint

A blind runner has filed a human rights complaint after having his request denied to start the run early to avoid race congestion.

Work begins on first rental units in Saanich in 25 years

Three generations of family break ground on site at Tillicum, Burnside

Phoenix theatre showcases comic alumni

Peter N’ Chris and the Mystery at Hungry Heart Motel runs Oct. 11 to 20, 8 p.m. with a 2 p.m. matinee Oct. 20.

Neighborhood tree lives to fight another day

Saanich's patience coming to and end; Cadboro Bay residents threaten legal injunction against cutting down a Douglas fir