Vivian Moreau

Oak Bay High student Alex Adams has won a $50

Caddy job pays off for Oak Bay High student

71-year-old scholarship to Colorado U. founded by amateur golferHe admits to not…

Oak Bay High student Alex Adams has won a $50
Royal B.C. Museum photo curator Dan Savard shows off his compilation book

First-time author up for B.C. Book Prize

Long-time Royal B.C. Museum photo curator compiles First Peoples collectionWhen he heard…

Royal B.C. Museum photo curator Dan Savard shows off his compilation book
Former Victoria mayor and current Oak Bay resident Peter Pollen holds a photo he showed to his council to prevent Victoria’s skyline from becoming like that of Vancouver.

Victoria skyline Pollen’s legacy

Longtime Oak Bay resident among six heritage award winnersWhen he was Victoria’s…

Former Victoria mayor and current Oak Bay resident Peter Pollen holds a photo he showed to his council to prevent Victoria’s skyline from becoming like that of Vancouver.
Alex Smith and one of his twin sons

Genome work a far cry from O.B. High days

Alex Smith enjoys success in the U.S., but still misses hanging at…

Alex Smith and one of his twin sons

Lighthouse keepers staying put, heritage on the radar

Trial Island staffers’ jobs safe for nowMeredith Dickman is breathing a little…

Wendi MacKay stands in front of her home on the Esplanade at Willows Beach. She continues to battle the province over the bill for an archeological assessment done on her property before her house was built.

Massive archeology bill not settled for Willows homeowner

Resident appealing decision archeology billWhen Wendi MacKay agreed to pay $5,000 toward…

Wendi MacKay stands in front of her home on the Esplanade at Willows Beach. She continues to battle the province over the bill for an archeological assessment done on her property before her house was built.
Chris Hamilton

McNeill Bay icon anew, times two

Storm-thrashed deck chair gives birth to new oneChris Hamilton drove around for…

Chris Hamilton
Mayor Christopher Causton grins as Runnymede Place resident Ewa Lupin compares Oak Bay residents’ issues with council to public discontent during the French Revolution. About 50 protesters gathered at the municipal hall Monday to voice concerns over council’s decision-making process

‘Off with their heads’- Oak Bay residents politely storm gates of municipal hall

Mayor promises town hall meeting to air public grievancesThey had the placards.…

Mayor Christopher Causton grins as Runnymede Place resident Ewa Lupin compares Oak Bay residents’ issues with council to public discontent during the French Revolution. About 50 protesters gathered at the municipal hall Monday to voice concerns over council’s decision-making process
Lieut. Darren Hughes with Oak Bay Fire Department is happy the new Oak Bay Beach Hotel will host a new repeater tower to improve the reception for the region’s emergency radio service

CREST antenna at Oak Bay Beach hotel could improve service: Oak Bay Fire Dept.

Controversial emergency radio service provider looks to build five repeater stations around Capital Region

Lieut. Darren Hughes with Oak Bay Fire Department is happy the new Oak Bay Beach Hotel will host a new repeater tower to improve the reception for the region’s emergency radio service

Oak Bay supports Juno bid

They're not yet willing to pony up the dollars but Oak Bay…

Six local authors nominated for B.C. Book Prizes

Six Victoria-area authors are nominated for B.C. Prizes, which will be awarded…

At the end of this school year

The end of a musical era

Longtime music teacher, Audrey Bailey, has taken Glenlyon bands to Idaho, Hawaii and Oak Bay Avenue. She will retire this summer.

At the end of this school year

Coffee and conversation

Philosophical discussion is still a Wednesday evening draw at Caffe Misto. Spirituality…

Sylvia Rhodes

Langham Court Theatre’s latest offering glides smoothly

REVIEW: The Lady in the VanOne strong character can make a play.…

Sylvia Rhodes

Patients move to new Royal Jubilee Hospital wards Sunday

You might want to head to a walk-in clinic rather than Royal…

Circadian Kingdom practises in the basement of one member's home.

The garage band lives on

Sitting around in the basement where they practise, the five members of…

Circadian Kingdom practises in the basement of one member's home.
University of Victoria professor Joan Wharf Higgins has been studying the exercise habits of dog owners and their canines in local parks. She was at McNeill Bay this week with her Bedlington terrier

Dog owners dedicated to their pooches

UVic researchers look at canine, human health habitsDog owners exercising their pooches…

University of Victoria professor Joan Wharf Higgins has been studying the exercise habits of dog owners and their canines in local parks. She was at McNeill Bay this week with her Bedlington terrier

Canvassers extend reach in recall campaign

Oak Bay woman found at her daughter’s home in SaanichWhen she opened…

Maltwood Gallery director Martin Segger stands at the Legacy Gallery in downtown Victoria. The Maltwood’s operations and staff will move into the Legacy this summer.

Maltwood Gallery shift makes sense, retired director says

News of the demise of the University of Victoria’s Maltwood Art Museum…

Maltwood Gallery director Martin Segger stands at the Legacy Gallery in downtown Victoria. The Maltwood’s operations and staff will move into the Legacy this summer.
Julie Burk and Neville Tencer spent seven weeks walking from Switzerland to Italy and have written a book An Italian Odyssey about their experiences.

Victoria couple retells tales of ‘Italian odyssey’

Greater Victoria Library hosting talks on health and wellness

Julie Burk and Neville Tencer spent seven weeks walking from Switzerland to Italy and have written a book An Italian Odyssey about their experiences.