Vivian Moreau

Artist Ted Harrison sits in front of a mural he created at his home and donated to the University of Victoria in 2009.

Decorated artist donates personal items to UVic

Ted Harrison, a member of the Order of Canada, lightens his load

Artist Ted Harrison sits in front of a mural he created at his home and donated to the University of Victoria in 2009.
Crystal Pite comes full circle

Homegrown choreographer returns

Teacher recalls strengths of young ballerina Crystal Pite

Crystal Pite comes full circle
University of Victoria-based astrophysicist Julio Navarro stands in his office on campus. He’s one of three scientists from the school to be honoured by the Royal Society of Canada.

National honours for science trio

Geologist, climatologist and astrophysicist lauded by scholarly society

University of Victoria-based astrophysicist Julio Navarro stands in his office on campus. He’s one of three scientists from the school to be honoured by the Royal Society of Canada.
University of Victoria students walk between buildings during a class change Tuesday. Registration numbers are up slightly at UVic

UVic the choice of many out-of-province students

Enrolment tops 20K; numbers up at Camosun, too

University of Victoria students walk between buildings during a class change Tuesday. Registration numbers are up slightly at UVic

Students given supply boost

Non-profit group, corporates step up to help kids in need with school supplies

Punny photo contest helping transition house

Find yourself a pun-inspired getup and get photographed for charity

Monterey Recreation Centre volunteers Joyce Bevan

Monterey Centre turns 40

What started as a place for seniors to play bridge has been transformed into an 18,000-square-foot hub of activity

Monterey Recreation Centre volunteers Joyce Bevan
Jack Hodgins’ novel The Master of  Happy Endings

Butler, Bolen book prizes up for grabs

Local authors vie for $5,000 awards

Jack Hodgins’ novel The Master of  Happy Endings
Mikki Reintjes has taught a music appreciation class for eight years based on the Victoria Symphony Orchestra’s performance schedule. The class has been full every year it has been offered.

Learning the ABCs of the VSO

It’s back-to-school time at UVic for classical music lovers

Mikki Reintjes has taught a music appreciation class for eight years based on the Victoria Symphony Orchestra’s performance schedule. The class has been full every year it has been offered.

Washed up running shoes likely a hoax

Analysis will determine what type of flesh inside

Heather Burns

VOS offers a taste of Broadway

The day after the royal wedding, Sylvie Hosie enthused about how it…

Heather Burns
Oak Bay resident Edith Groom was the first customer in the door as Oak Bay Kiwanis opened the tea room at Willows Beach on Saturday. Oak Bay High 2011 grad Lauren Taylor served Groom.

First sign of summer appears on the beach

Kiwanis tea room opens for 62nd seasonHalf a dozen people are walking…

Oak Bay resident Edith Groom was the first customer in the door as Oak Bay Kiwanis opened the tea room at Willows Beach on Saturday. Oak Bay High 2011 grad Lauren Taylor served Groom.

Garagallenium approaching, signups sought

It’s still six weeks away, but registrations are being taken for the…

Cancer survivor Brook Miller poses with some of the items donated for a community garage sale happening tomorrow (April 30) in her North Henderson neighbourhood. Proceeds from the sale will go toward the B.C. Cancer Agency’s research efforts.

Cancer research a ride-on cause

Before she was diagnosed with cancer in 2008, Brooke Miller was a…

Cancer survivor Brook Miller poses with some of the items donated for a community garage sale happening tomorrow (April 30) in her North Henderson neighbourhood. Proceeds from the sale will go toward the B.C. Cancer Agency’s research efforts.
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FEDERAL CANDIDATE PROFILE 4 OF 4: Jared Giesbrecht

Would-be Conservative goes GreenAsk Jared Giesbrecht why he should be Victoria’s next…

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Royal B.C. Museum photo curator Dan Savard shows off his compilation book

RBCM book wins author B.C. prize

Author Dan Savard said it felt like he was at the Oscars…

Royal B.C. Museum photo curator Dan Savard shows off his compilation book
Recreation Oak Bay aquatic director Meghan Mathias sits in one of two water slides at the Oak Bay Rec Centre pool which are slated for refinishing.

Upgrading the fun factor at rec centre pool

Pool patrons will notice some dramatic changes when they return to Recreation…

Recreation Oak Bay aquatic director Meghan Mathias sits in one of two water slides at the Oak Bay Rec Centre pool which are slated for refinishing.
Mike Daisey is a headliner for this year’s Uno Fest

Uno Fest lineup announced

Smaller lineup attracting solid crowdsHe’s been said to be a cross between…

Mike Daisey is a headliner for this year’s Uno Fest
Caroline Hunter stands in her hallway with a few of her paintings

SPRING STUDIO TOUR: Hunter is a slow-change artist

Dress designer-turned-landscape artist opening up home studioIn 1953, Caroline Hunter was a…

Caroline Hunter stands in her hallway with a few of her paintings
Federal Liberal candidate and on-leave Oak Bay Mayor Christopher Causton goes door-to-door campaigning along Boyd Street in James Bay

FEDERAL CANDIDATE PROFILE 2 of 4: Christopher Causton

Oak Bay mayor in a race to get voters onside and out…

Federal Liberal candidate and on-leave Oak Bay Mayor Christopher Causton goes door-to-door campaigning along Boyd Street in James Bay