Community

Esquimalt Celebration of Lights ‘switches on’ Christmas for 14th year

Free community events draws hundreds for parade, entertainment and visits with Santa

Colwood park gets Christmas makeover just in time for the holidays

Dazzling light display begins Dec. 7, free hot chocolate and carolling on Dec. 12 and 19

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Dog Swim at West Shore Parks & Recreation
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Black Press Highlight Video
Berwick House Pumpkin Walk 2019

Victoria woman seeks yarn donations to knit toques for people in need

Patrizia Fitch is hoping to make 150 to 200 toques this year

VicPD calls on public to vote on kids’ art for holiday greeting

Deadline to vote for the final three contestants ends at noon Dec. 5

Forced out for being gay, Mountie’s legacy ‘not the end of his story’

Journal project of Surrey RCMP Cpl. Elenore Sturko aims to commemorate her great uncle’s service

Living Edge non-profit gathers non-perishables ahead of Christmas

Donations welcome at Westshore Town Centre on Dec. 7, 8, 14 and 15

Orange Shirt Day inspires Victoria student to action

Grade 5 student, Haley Paetkau raises $2,556 for Stz’uminus Community School

Summer’s Sausage Fest raises $8,000 for Oak Bay Sea Rescue

Proceeds from annual firefighter’s fundraiser goes to new flotation vests

Russell Books invites public to book warming in new location

Book store inviting local authors to evening celebration

Thousands light up Sidney during 2019 Sparkles Christmas Parade

Followed by Lighted Sail Past along Sidney’s waterfront

Victoria school choirs to fill city hall with sounds of Christmas

54th Annual Carolling Week returns to ring in December

PHOTOS: Crowds brave the cold for 38th Annual Island Farms Santa’s Light parade

Government Street was filled with festive lights, decorations and music

West Shore community members team up to warm hearts and feet this holiday season

Winter sock drive aims to collect 1,000 pairs of socks for people in need

‘Bike petting zoo,’ family bike ride brings cyclists of all ages together

Saanich families rode from Tillicum School to Wharf Street