Roszan Holmen

Victoria integrated outreach team’s work paying off in a healthier street community

Five years since its inception, VICOT boasts significant results in the city

City seeks advice from some ‘real’ playground experts

Victoria parks staff hope to hear from kids at pair of open houses

The Johnson Street bridge

UPDATE: Victoria awaits final construction bids for Blue Bridge

Johnson Street Bridge evaluation team to submit best bid for council approval

The Johnson Street bridge

Disgraced investor Ian Thow granted parole

Former financial advisor who defrauded clients of millions released after serving only one-third of sentence

Fortin advocates to keep Vic West in federal riding

Proposed federal electoral map changes could pair Vic West with Esquimalt and Colwood

Fortin and business leaders head to China

City of Victoria looks to strengthen tourism, education and high-tech sector ties with China

Victoria’s budget reduction plan targets housing

More affordable housing needed outside city limits: council

Twelve-year-old Linnea Burke

Protesters denounce oil pipeline plans

Thousands rally at legislature to protect B.C.’s environment

Twelve-year-old Linnea Burke

B.C. Transit strike forces multiple run cancellations

Unionized drivers halt all overtime work in response to breakdown of contract talks

People’s Assembly of Victoria participant Anushka Nagji

Occupy Victoria: a year later

‘Occupy’ belongs to no one, says name-dropping group

People’s Assembly of Victoria participant Anushka Nagji

Bus drivers to ramp up job action on Monday

Starting Monday, bus drivers in Greater Victoria will refuse all overtime work, which could strand some morning and evening passengers.

Victoria-area residents asked to light candle for victims of bullying

Lower Mainland teen’s suicide death a flashpoint for Victoria vigil

Keep Vic West in Victoria riding, mayor says

Boundary commission hearing stops in Victoria to gain input

Victoria mayor heading to China for second econ-dev trip

Dean Fortin joined by business and educational leaders

Fred Hook gestures to heron nesting trees in Beacon Hill Park. Hook retired recently as an environmental technician with the city.

Victoria’s native plant watchdog retires after 28 years

Wildlife was also on city parks employee Fred Hook's watch list

Fred Hook gestures to heron nesting trees in Beacon Hill Park. Hook retired recently as an environmental technician with the city.
For the first time in 18 months

Tenant trades garbage bags for unit at Queens Manor in Victoria

Mayor proud of city’s commitment to latest housing project

For the first time in 18 months

Victoria environmental lawyer sweeps to NDP nomination

Party members vote Murray Rankin in as the potential successor to retired MP Denise Savoie

Songhees marina development gets green light from feds

Estimated $20 million project could be open by summer 2014

Cash-strapped Mustard Seed cuts staff hours

Victoria organization attempts to meet costs while facing reduction in donations

Operators of the Roxy Classic Theatre hope to see the Quadra Street movie house become the first in the city allowed to serve alcohol during movies.

How about a beer or wine with that popcorn?

Victoria movie theatre testing new liquor licensing possibility

Operators of the Roxy Classic Theatre hope to see the Quadra Street movie house become the first in the city allowed to serve alcohol during movies.