- Good News
- Submit News Tip
- Trending Now
- Photo Galleries
- Special Sections
- Contact Us
- Site Map
The London Chef has partnered with the Salvation Army to help a community struggling with homelessness, poverty and addiction.
For Max Tomaszewski, president of the Amadon Group–Westwater Projects, the project is far more than another condo development.
Robyn Quinn recalls how she was once nominated to sit on a board of directors and found herself in a room with five middle-aged white men.
Victoria's temperate climate allows the soccer season to begin in early autumn and extends to April.
It was a big day for Delisle Doucet when he learned a photo he had entered in the Hope in Shadows calender photo contest was a winner.
In 2011 local historian and preservationist Nick Russell self-published a book entitled Glorious Victorian.
After 65 years in business, Monk Office has a lot of history on the Island, but CEO Mark Breslauer is even more excited about the future.
The City of Victoria has approved the Cannabis-Related Business Regulation Bylaw that includes a variety of rules.
When Rainbow Kitchen approached HeroWork for help, they hoped the organization would be able to help with a renovation of the bathroom.
Victoria has welcomed a total of 40 Syrian families (154 individuals) who have arrived as refugees to make their new home in our city.
Victorians love the festival culture of the city, but are concerned about the affordability of rental housing and home ownership.
For local artist Anne Louise Carlson, the loss of the old Checkers Pavilion at Beacon Hill Park is a bittersweet moment in her life.
The Board of Education for the Greater Victoria School District has approved the district’s first gender identity and expression policy.
Peter Gordon came to Victoria in 1977 after a self-described California divorce, in search of new horizons.
Last year alone, more than 86,000 children were treated at B.C. Children’s Hospital.
Fourteen police officers, one media personality, and two special guests are gearing up for the annual Tour de Rock.
The next two decades will see the proportion of seniors aged 65 years and older in the population grow rapidly.
Imagine a charity where 100 per cent of every dollar raised goes directly to the identified cause.
Victoria rental market especially challenging for pet owners and families with young children.
Canstruction is returning to Victoria and organizers are confident this year's competition will inspire and amaze.