Ryan Flaherty

Poetry comes to life

St. Michael's students make art from poetry

Raising minimum liquor prices could have positive social and economic effects

Raise minimum booze prices: study

Researchers say higher floor would lead to lower drinking rates

Raising minimum liquor prices could have positive social and economic effects

Tree recycling supports Oak Bay groups

But trees can be brought in from any Capital Region municipality

Tommy

Not your average car wash crew

Disabled adults develop life skills in Oak Bay, one police cruiser at a time

Tommy

UPDATE: Health, environmental groups call for B.C. pesticide ban

Provincial regulation could trump unenforceable local bylaws

Police see rise in urban deer poaching

Deer hunting season is in full swing on the South Island. But along with the legal hunters comes a rise in the number of poachers

Susan Field stretches in a cordoned-off section of the gym at Henderson Recreation Centre. Patrons are sometimes forced to use the hallways or the Muffin Nook to stretch when the gym is in use.

Henderson Rec looks to stretch out

Oak Bay seeks provincial money to help complete expansion project

Susan Field stretches in a cordoned-off section of the gym at Henderson Recreation Centre. Patrons are sometimes forced to use the hallways or the Muffin Nook to stretch when the gym is in use.

A taste of Broadway

Broadway's Mamma Mia! making its way to Greater Victoria

UN names Oak Bay role model for emergency planning

Former mayor Causton avoids visiting country in crisis to accept award

Loud and clear on urban deer

CRD gets big response to call for residents' input on growing issue

Four decades and counting

Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria celebrates 40 years of cultural bridge-building

Chong case under further review

Police Complaints Commission will examine actions of Victoria cop and chief.

Eugene Dowling

UVic music gears up for holidays

Seven concerts in four days for UVic's music department

Eugene Dowling

Police seek suspect in stabbing incident

Victoria police are trying to figure out a chain of events that led to a stabbing in the downtown core Friday afternoon.

Recall next step in smart meter fight

StopSmartMeters.ca launches recall campaign to stop installation of B.C. Hydro smart meters

Bill Herriot leaves the Monterey Recreation Centre after casting his ballot in the municipal election on Saturday (Nov. 19). Voter turnout was approximately 42 per cent

Elections B.C. recommends changes

Report proposes changes to bring in new voting technologies and create a registry of 16-year-old future voters

Bill Herriot leaves the Monterey Recreation Centre after casting his ballot in the municipal election on Saturday (Nov. 19). Voter turnout was approximately 42 per cent

Nominees sought for leadership awards

Deadline approaching to nominate someone for a 2012 Victoria Leadership Award.

Ralph Newton-White  shows off a painting given to him by an artist in Myanmar. He has been working for over a decade to provide aid to orphans and lepers in Myanmar/Burma. He's traveling there again next year.

Mission to Myanmar

Victoria resident Ralph Newton-White, 86, offers help and hope to Asian nation

Ralph Newton-White  shows off a painting given to him by an artist in Myanmar. He has been working for over a decade to provide aid to orphans and lepers in Myanmar/Burma. He's traveling there again next year.
Allan Fotheringham

“Dr. Foth” visits Victoria on book tour

Allan Fotheringham visits Victoria to sign his new book, Boy From Nowhere

Allan Fotheringham

Telus celebrates local charities

More than $1.5 million given to Greater Victoria charities