Rudy Haugeneder

Shaw plans to charge for Internet security

Cable giant is replacing its previously free F-Secure software with McAfee security sofware on Nov. 15

The first Canadian woman to make a feature film

Author explores women’s role in Canada’s history

Victoria resident Merna Forster authors her second historical book

The first Canadian woman to make a feature film

October house sales produce mixed results

The average price for single-family homes dropped by $26,557 to $595,836 last month

Man whipped with bike chain

Man, 29, charged with aggravated assault and possession of a dangerous weapon

Cpl. Paul Minkley

Island Mounties seize $2.6M US in cash

Forty-four-year-old Jeffrey Melchior of Lake Cowichan faces charges of possession of property obtained through crime and money laundering

Cpl. Paul Minkley

Quiet Halloween night for Victoria police

Between 6 p.m. and 3 a.m. police recievd 55 calls for help

World’s population hits 7 billion today

Of that, Vancouver Island accounts for a paltry 770,000 people

Federal cash needed for light-rapid transit: Chamber CEO

Greater Victoria politicians says money must come from senior governments

Forum tackles pain head-on

RJH pain program hosting forum at Begbie Hall on Nov. 10

Steve Filipovic is taking another run at becoming mayor of Victoria. He placed third in the 2008 civic election.

MUNICIPAL ELECTION: Mayoral candidate Steve Filipovic takes different approach to solving housing crisis

Among his proposed solutions: Establishing co-ops and creating tent cities

Steve Filipovic is taking another run at becoming mayor of Victoria. He placed third in the 2008 civic election.

TB strikes Victoria street people

Two Victoria street people have contracted TB, says health authority

Jeffrey Hodgins kneels while pointing to a sign he chalked onto the pavement at the Occupy Victoria site in Centennial Square . Hodgins message said  Land Reform

Victoria city council approves tent city

City won't interfere with Occupy Victoria protest at Centennial Square as long as they remain peaceful

Jeffrey Hodgins kneels while pointing to a sign he chalked onto the pavement at the Occupy Victoria site in Centennial Square . Hodgins message said  Land Reform

Downtown Victoria ice rink faces human obstacles

Occupy Victoria’s tent city taking up rink’s space

Sex offender suspected of masturbating on walkway

Lone man reported masturbating along Westsong Walkway.

Handgun seizure a worrisome trend: VicPD

Victoria cops are getting increasingly worried about the number of illegal handguns on city streets.

Passport price hike expected

New Canadian passport will be for 10 years and cost $225

Victoria software company among the top in North America

ParetoLogic named to prestigious Deloitte Technology Fast 500 list

Police need more training to deal with street people, says report

Cops need more “harm reduction” training on how to deal with mental health and addictions common among street people

Times Colonist sold

Victoria newspaper sold along with other Island publications

Robbery suspect faces numerous charges

Victoria man, 30, responsible for at least eight robberies, police say