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Thrifty Foods donates $23,000 to Easter Seals British Columbia/Yukon
When SkipTheDishes launched in Winnipeg in 2014, it was more an information/technology company than a restaurant delivery service.
It's not unusual for a professional organization to give back to the community through a financial contribution to a charitable cause.
Victoria's Dockside Green development is back in the public eye with yet another attempt to resurrect the ill-fated project.
Olympian Silken Laumann has embraced modern technology to help others find the courage to overcome their fears.
When Charlotte Battigelli first toddled her way through the doors of the Victoria Academy of Dance (VAD) she was dubbed a “twinkle-tot."
The targeted completion date for a comprehensive survey of seniors living in residential care facilities across B.C. has been extended.
Chronic pain (CP) is a debilitating condition that can leave sufferers feeling hopeless and depressed.
The Island Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre (IDHHC) has launched what could be a life altering program for some Victoria residents.
Imagine heading up a company whose growth sees an increase in staff from five employees to 45, all within two-and-a-half years.
Colin Henthrone, captain of the Queen of the North, tells his side of the story of the sinking of the ship 10 years ago in a new book.
A new report by Vancity Credit Union shows B.C.'s second-hand economy generates more than $1 billion in sales annually.
Children from South Park Family School are discovering how wildlife habitat can be found, not only in parks, but all around them.
Home buyers moving from Vancouver's overheated housing market have upped the number of million dollar home sales in Victoria.
Businesses like barber shops, salons, spas, and book stores will be able to serve alcohol to customers beginning in January.
Urban Core Ventures has cleared another hurdle for approval for its proposed residential/commercial building at Cook and Oliphant streets.
David Vest was on stage with Big Joe Turner and opening for Roy Orbison before he was old enough to vote.
According to Ximema Londono, November is an important time to remember the challenges faced by new immigrants.
The Downtown Victoria Business Association has announced its intention to run a second buskers festival this summer.
The U.S. election results have shocked and saddened some local American citizens.