Pamela Roth

An artist's rendering of the proposed wastewater treatment plant for McLoughlin Point.

Esquimalt council approves rezoning application for sewage plant at McLoughlin Point

Councillors say plan isn't perfect but it's better than the old one

An artist's rendering of the proposed wastewater treatment plant for McLoughlin Point.
Misha Piatigorsky plays the piano during a recent performance at Hermann's Jazz Club.

Future uncertain for Hermann’s Jazz Club

Maria Manna can feel music inside the walls of Hermann’s Jazz Club even when there’s no music playing.

Misha Piatigorsky plays the piano during a recent performance at Hermann's Jazz Club.
Dan Lau

Excitement growing for proposed brewpub

It’s not official quite yet. They’ve applied for the necessary licences, got all equipment and provided their plans to open a brewery.

Dan Lau
New passenger ferry ready for reservations

New passenger ferry ready for reservations

Fares start at $120 for premium seats and top out at $240

New passenger ferry ready for reservations

James Bay residents want their own amenities for sewage work disruptions

Marg Gardiner knew that her James Bay neighbourhood would take a big hit when it comes to the proposed wastewater treatment plant.

Victoria is home to the largest halfway house in Canada.

Life sentence: Offender shares story of successful reintegration

As a kid growing up in Ontario, Kyle wanted to either be a cop or a pilot some day. He never rooted for the bad guy.

Victoria is home to the largest halfway house in Canada.
The Magic Flute

Landing role in The Magic Flute a bucket list item for opera singer

Stepping on stage as the Queen of the Night in Mozart's The Magic Flute is a role that's been on Sharleen Joynt bucket's list for years.

The Magic Flute
Emily Rogers

Property owner defends ‘renovictions’ decision

As the city's hot housing market shows no signs of cooling any time soon, 'renovictions' is a term residents are becoming familiar with.

Emily Rogers
Barb Desjardins is hoping to become the B.C. Liberal Party candidate for the Esquimalt-Metchosin riding.

Esquimalt mayor sets sights on provincial politics

Barb Desjardins is taking a stab at provincial politics as the B.C. Liberal Party candidate for the Esquimalt-Metchosin riding.

Barb Desjardins is hoping to become the B.C. Liberal Party candidate for the Esquimalt-Metchosin riding.
Life sentence: Offenders need more support for successful reintegration

Life sentence: Offenders need more support for successful reintegration

Mary Campbell recently noticed an article about two criminal brothers who didn’t appear to be getting the message.

Life sentence: Offenders need more support for successful reintegration
Kerri Milton

DVBA launches survey on shared arts space

five months ago, Kerri Milton started to notice a large number of people from arts organizations were looking for affordable arts space.

Kerri Milton
Victoria is home to the largest halfway house in Canada.

Life sentence: The challenges offenders face reintegrating back into society

No matter how hard James Wrigley strives to live a better life, he’ll always see a murderer in the mirror.

Victoria is home to the largest halfway house in Canada.
Barb Desjardins is hoping to become the B.C. Liberal Party candidate for the Esquimalt-Metchosin riding.

Barb Desjardins secures B.C. Liberal Party nomination

Esquimalt-Metchosin riding has traditionally been held by the NDP

Barb Desjardins is hoping to become the B.C. Liberal Party candidate for the Esquimalt-Metchosin riding.

Sicko pleads guilty in prolific child pornography investigation

U.S. resident had been living in Victoria and evading police for 14 years

Handcuffed by History will launch at 2 p.m. on Saturday

Victoria author sheds light on former young offenders and where they are now

When Gordon Cruse worked full-time as a supervisor at the Victoria Youth Custody Centre, he met a boy who was nine years old.

Handcuffed by History will launch at 2 p.m. on Saturday
Clover Point.

Clover Point moves into rezoning for sewage project

Esquimalt citizens recently got a preview of what $20 million in amenities for hosting a wastewater treatment plant at McLoughlin Point.

Clover Point.
Jeremy Lutter centre

Local filmmakers tingling with excitement about Victoria Film Festival premiere

About three years ago, Jeremy Lutter and Ben Rollo sat down to write the script for their first feature film.

Jeremy Lutter centre
Hundreds of people flocked to the front of Victoria's City Hall to show support for the Muslim community following a deadly shooting at a mosque in Quebec City Sunday night that claimed the lives of six people.

WATCH: Hundreds gather to show support for local Muslim community

Deadly shooting at a Quebec City mosque Sunday night claimed the lives of six people

Hundreds of people flocked to the front of Victoria's City Hall to show support for the Muslim community following a deadly shooting at a mosque in Quebec City Sunday night that claimed the lives of six people.
Linda Bartram prepares to cross the street with the assistance of her guide dog.

City to pilot two projects aimed at improving accessibility for the disabled

Projects include installing truncated domes at curb cuts and Accessible Pedestrian Signals at certain intersections

Linda Bartram prepares to cross the street with the assistance of her guide dog.

Council approves two more police officers for mental health teams

Officers will be joining the four Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams already serving more than 320 clients in Victoria and Esquimalt