Roszan Holmen

Employees of the liquor distribution warehouse on Government Street walk a picket line Tuesday morning. Shown are Gavin Nye

Liquor distributors hit the streets for a day

Impending privatization of alcohol distribution behind one-day walkout

Employees of the liquor distribution warehouse on Government Street walk a picket line Tuesday morning. Shown are Gavin Nye
Tony Joe

Victoria’s Chinatown Night Market calling on karaoke singers

Ten finalists to be selected from You Tube videos to perform at July 18 market

Tony Joe

B.C. needs more checks on housing assistance: Victoria council

Province, city both appear to play role in displacement of subsidized tenants

Cost estimates for new Johnson Street Bridge in

Figures being kept under wraps during deliberations by City of Victoria

Pedestrians on the waterfront walkway off of Kingston Street enjoy the view of passing boats

Protect the harbour! Residents and industry leaders tell Victoria city council

Victorians want more emphasis on city 'jewel' in official community plan

Pedestrians on the waterfront walkway off of Kingston Street enjoy the view of passing boats

Catering, dry cleaning payments higher in Victoria

Analysis of expenditures shows difference in approach between municipalities

Monty’s Showroom Pub gets reprieve in downtown Victoria

Strip club would be removed as part of redevelopment plan for Victoria Plaza Hotel

City of Victoria contracting out questioned

Tree maintenance specifically, privatization in general, the bees in Isitt's' bonnet

Victoria Coun. Charlayne Thornton-Joe stands next to the totem in front of the legislature. Participants will be able to check their bikes  near the legislative buildings during Canada Day celebrations this weekend.

Papier-mâché, not plastic, part of Victoria’s greening of Canada Day

Bike valet parking among city’s other new initiatives

Victoria Coun. Charlayne Thornton-Joe stands next to the totem in front of the legislature. Participants will be able to check their bikes  near the legislative buildings during Canada Day celebrations this weekend.

Greater Victoria construction leaders take on nature house legacy project

Refurbishment part of community education about Gorge waterway

Sarah Kramer

Inaugural vegan fest launches in Victoria

Variety of activities planned for organizers' first-ever festival

Sarah Kramer
Winnipeg resident Kelly Powers

Vendors watching Victoria discussions on food carts closely

Potential changes to city’s rules have some eyeing venue options

Winnipeg resident Kelly Powers

City of Victoria top earners’ salaries revealed

Public Bodies Report releases information on salaries greater than $75,000

Transport Canada land up for grabs on Victoria’s harbour

Among them, Harbour Road property for sale for $2.3 million

Constance Court resident Giovanni Borella is concerned about the cellphone towers installed on the roof of the complex.

Residents of Esquimalt building concerned about potential effect of cellphone antennas

Non-profit housing operator insists cell tower revenue is important to keep rent affordable for tenants

Constance Court resident Giovanni Borella is concerned about the cellphone towers installed on the roof of the complex.

Robert Bateman Centre secures high-profile Victoria harbour location

World-renowned artist's gallery, store and educational space slated for CPR Steamship building

Victoria city council ranks initiative priorities for term

Housing strategies out, austerity in for next term

Oaklands neighbourhood series caters to young adults

Music, food and a social atmosphere in store for market attendees

City manager of parks construction and natural areas

City of Victoria eyes plan to restore Dallas bluffs

$6-million “wish list” project a long-term solution for parks department

City manager of parks construction and natural areas
Avi Lambert gets a shoe shine recently on Fort Street from Jill Goodson. Goodson shines shoes for a donation and so far has been denied a licence from the city.

Shoeshine stand sparks street-level debate on Fort Street in Victoria

Councillor working to adapt bylaws to allow vending on public land

Avi Lambert gets a shoe shine recently on Fort Street from Jill Goodson. Goodson shines shoes for a donation and so far has been denied a licence from the city.