Pamela Roth

Richard Blair Young

Missing Victoria senior now a homicide victim

Remains recovered from Malahat identified as Richard Blair Young

Richard Blair Young
Matt Phillips

Phillips Brewery unveils plans for tasting room

Room would have 42 seats for patrons to sample brews

Matt Phillips
Victoria Police.

Victoria police charge Burnaby man with sex-related offenses

Four-month long online investigation leads to arrest at Swartz Bay

Victoria Police.

Victorians “incredibly welcoming” towards Syrian refugees

It’s been a year since a few hundred Syrian refugees flocked to Victoria as part of the federal government’s plan.

Province establishes working group to study commuter rail options

Province establishes working group to study commuter rail options

Corridor analysis is expected to be complete by the summer.

Province establishes working group to study commuter rail options
Residents began moving in this week to the new transitional housing facility at the former Super 8 hotel on Douglas Street.

New transitional housing facility opens its doors

The 51-unit transitional housing facility at the former Super 8 hotel is ready to open its doors.

Residents began moving in this week to the new transitional housing facility at the former Super 8 hotel on Douglas Street.
This month marks Fraud Prevention Month

Romance scams among the worst frauds police investigate

Nearly 10 years ago, Victoria police Det. Sgt. Derek Tolmie received a concerning phone call from the family of an 85-year-old grandmother.

This month marks Fraud Prevention Month

City sticks to $215,000 budget for Centennial Square washrooms for $215,000

Victoria city council has agreed to stick to its $215,000 budget to construct a public washroom next to Centennial Square by the summer.

A city map shows the areas permitting transient accommodation

Downtown condo owners split on short-term vacation rentals

Council still exploring options to regulate the rentals

A city map shows the areas permitting transient accommodation
Jared Miller’s Lament of the Wind will premiere at the New Music Festival next week.

Young composer marks Holocaust in New Music Festival

Overlooking the City of Jerusalem, Jared Miller could hear shrieks and howls in the wind, along with a rustling that sounded like whispers.

Jared Miller’s Lament of the Wind will premiere at the New Music Festival next week.
The Tribal Police Files airs March 3 on APTN.

Producer shines spotlight on tribal police

A new documentary series on the province's only First Nations police force is about to be unveiled.

The Tribal Police Files airs March 3 on APTN.
Acting Victoria police chief Del Manak.

Victoria’s crime rate on the rise

The crime rate in Victoria continues to rise, but the city's top cop maintains the community is still a safe place to live.

Acting Victoria police chief Del Manak.
Frank Elsner

Elsner investigation wraps up with judges to determine outcome

External police investigation has taken well over a year

Frank Elsner
The City of Victoria has started notifying those refusing to remove their abandoned and illegally moored boats from the Gorge Waterway that it will be taking them to court.

City likely headed to court to remove derelict boats

The City has started notifying those refusing to remove their abandoned and illegally moored boats that it will be taking them to court.

The City of Victoria has started notifying those refusing to remove their abandoned and illegally moored boats from the Gorge Waterway that it will be taking them to court.
The increase in overdose calls are taking a toll on those who respond

Victoria firefighters receiving mental health training as overdose calls continue to rise

It's an alarming trend that first caught the attention of Victoria deputy fire chief Daniel Atkinson in 2013.

The increase in overdose calls are taking a toll on those who respond
Rae Gallimore

Classical concert turns dreams into a reality

The halls of the Victoria Conservatory of Music (VCM) have been buzzing with more excitement than usual the last few weeks.

Rae Gallimore

AGGV dives into the first 30 years of collecting art

Michelle Jacques had to sort through more than 5,000 items during the first 30 years of the gallery's existence.

City hatches plan to get youth involved in decision-making

He's only 18 years old, but Solomon Lindsay is already learning the ins and outs of the City of Victoria.

Seattle-based sex

More seniors turning to online dating, says expert

More seniors are turning to online dating to find their perfect match according to Dr. Diana Wiley, a sex, marriage and family therapist.

Seattle-based sex
A nine-month-old chocolate lab is the newest addition to the Victoria Police Service.

Police turn to schools to name new bomb dog

Selecting the new explosives detection dog for the Victoria Police Service was an easy decision for Sgt. Mike Chicorelli.

A nine-month-old chocolate lab is the newest addition to the Victoria Police Service.