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Former practising lawyer and current public speaker and author

Talking the talk: Royal Roads grad off to continental speaker competition

Diane A. Ross works out of offices in Victoria and Vancouver

Former practising lawyer and current public speaker and author
Salvation Army Addictions and Rehabilitation Centre cook Richard Thatcher

Downtown Victoria service provider sees the end of an era

"Kitchen" Bill Harding developed working relationships with many other charity food service organizations

Salvation Army Addictions and Rehabilitation Centre cook Richard Thatcher

Hepatitis awareness day set for Saturday in Victoria

Event teaches people how to love your liver and avoid hepatitis

Estate sale Saturday at community hall in Saanich

Order of the Eastern Star selling high-end household items at garage sale

Thousands of car enthusiasts crowded the streets to admire the vintage cars on on Government

Deuce Days

Thousands of people crowded the streets of Downtown Victoria to check out the approximately 1,000 vintage cars.

Thousands of car enthusiasts crowded the streets to admire the vintage cars on on Government
Swedish magician Charlie Caper wows the audience on the Fairmont Empress lawn at the third annual Victoria International Buskers Festival.

Do you believe in Magic

Victoria Buskers Festival will run through July 28 on seven Downtown Victoria stages.

Swedish magician Charlie Caper wows the audience on the Fairmont Empress lawn at the third annual Victoria International Buskers Festival.
Felt Artist Dale Roberts fixes the glasses on his sculpture of Dame Edna at the 26th annual TD Moss Street Paint-In.

Art on the street

Thousands wandered Moss Street viewing the work of 180 artists who brought their studios to the street.

Felt Artist Dale Roberts fixes the glasses on his sculpture of Dame Edna at the 26th annual TD Moss Street Paint-In.

World Vision film premiers

Girls Rising tells the stories of nine young girls from nine different countries

  • Jul 20, 2013

Dragon boats sponsor lanterns with a message

Lanterns feature a tag to write a message to those affected by cancer.

  • Jul 16, 2013

Langford show and shine signups on now

Collectible and antique car buffs will gather on Goldstream Avenue next month

Aboriginal Relations Minister John Rustad listens as Bruce Parisian of Victoria Native Friendship Centre explains program of art works commissioned from a local people Monday.

Prizes support urban aboriginal life

Community-based projects in Penticton, Victoria and Vancouver receive $15,000 each to continue work

Aboriginal Relations Minister John Rustad listens as Bruce Parisian of Victoria Native Friendship Centre explains program of art works commissioned from a local people Monday.

Adventurer documents plight of the albatross

Hayley Shephard is the next speaker in the Royal B.C. Museum Quest lecture series

  • Jul 13, 2013
Arezou Roozbeh from the Mexico Vivo dance group perform at the Festival Mexicano at Centennial Square.

Viva Mexico!

Festival Mexicano continues Sunday at Centennial Square noon to 5 p.m.

Arezou Roozbeh from the Mexico Vivo dance group perform at the Festival Mexicano at Centennial Square.

Lanterns mark atomic bombings

Victims of two atomic bombings will be remembered at a special lantern ceremony on Aug. 6.

  • Jul 12, 2013

Vintage fair returns to Fairfield

Third annual event takes place at Fairfield United Church on Saturday

  • Jul 10, 2013

Mexican arts festival this weekend

The seventh annual Festival Mexicano brings salsa, mariachi and pinatas to Victoria's Centennial Square

  • Jul 9, 2013

Langford homeowner avoids cat-astrophe

Talkative Siamese cat alerts owner to short-curcuiting hot water tank

Attila from Paparazzi Nightclub walks down Government Street during the Victoria Pride Parade.

Happy Pride!

Pride Parade marked the end of Pride Week in Victoria.

Attila from Paparazzi Nightclub walks down Government Street during the Victoria Pride Parade.

Society urgently needs Victoria volunteers for support group

Alzheimer Society of B.C. needs support group facilitators

  • Jul 6, 2013
Reynolds Secondary School graduate Alastair Kierulf and sixteen-year-old Monique Sekhon play a duet to kick off the Make Me Sing project on the corner of Belleville and Government Streets on Victoria's Inner Harbour.

Making Music

Recent Reynolds Secondary grad Alastair Kierulf 2 pianos in Downtown Victoria for the public to play.

Reynolds Secondary School graduate Alastair Kierulf and sixteen-year-old Monique Sekhon play a duet to kick off the Make Me Sing project on the corner of Belleville and Government Streets on Victoria's Inner Harbour.