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Esquimalt Earth Day event sees over 800 participants

Esquimalt Earth Day event sees over 800 participants

Volunteers revitalized an area of about 550 square-metres
Trudeau highlights 2024 budget during stop at University of Victoria

Trudeau highlights 2024 budget during stop at University of Victoria

The prime minister is making the rounds after his government’s presented the budget
Metchosin student creates petition for mentorship program in B.C. legislature

Metchosin student creates petition for mentorship program in B.C. legislature

Grade 11 student says the aim is for y0ung people to learn more about the role of an MLA
‘It was freedom’: Victoria man features in new B.C. Indigenous Sport Gallery

‘It was freedom’: Victoria man features in new B.C. Indigenous Sport Gallery

Alex Nelson began playing soccer at 5 years old
Dozens of community organizations come together for 1st Esquimalt Volunteer Fair

Dozens of community organizations come together for 1st Esquimalt Volunteer Fair

From Girl Guides to RibFest, organizations are looking for more residents to get involved
Smoke obscured vision, Victoria firefighter says in hearing into woman’s death

Smoke obscured vision, Victoria firefighter says in hearing into woman’s death

Testimony continues in public hearing examining police conduct in the death of a 43-year-old woman
Victoria moves to end sheltering in 2 parks, permit new sites for homeless

Victoria moves to end sheltering in 2 parks, permit new sites for homeless

Sheltering at Vic West and Irving parks banned as of August if conditions met
Man convicted of killing UVic student to live in Vancouver on day parole

Man convicted of killing UVic student to live in Vancouver on day parole

Scott Ian MacKay serving life sentence for murder of Greater Victoria’s Marguerite Telesford
Marine plankton could act as alert in mass extinction event: UVic researcher

Marine plankton could act as alert in mass extinction event: UVic researcher

Fossil record analysis shows that plankton community structures change before a mass extinction
Saanich police look for stolen First Nations art, Inuit carvings worth $60K

Saanich police look for stolen First Nations art, Inuit carvings worth $60K

Police say the artwork was taken from a home in Gordon Head