Pepsi employee at home in the aisles

Working with autism easy, if you’re given the chance

White Rock RCMP investigate after peanut butter smeared on parking meters

Eighteen parking meters were vandalized

  • Oct 13th, 2017

Foot care provided for those with ‘street feet’

Volunteers converged on Our Place Friday in Victoria, to care for some of the city’s most vulnerable

Fight 4 The Cause 2017


    Neil Manning announces $2.5 million donation to Victoria Hospitals Foundation


      Vital Signs report


        Hero Work digs in at Anawim House


          Astronaut Chris Hadfield reflects on technology, privilege and responsibility

          Canadian is in the Kootenays to speak at the Columbia Basin Symposium

          Victoria Book Prize Awards celebrate local writers

          A children’s story of a refugee family, and the tale of a journey to Vietnam among top honours

          10 spooky Halloween events to hit up in Victoria

          There’s something for everyone on southern Vancouver Island this month.

          Tenants, landlords can now file disputes on their smart phones

          Residents can now apply for dispute resolution online

          Watchgroup wants Saanich to be more transparent

          Chair of Grumpy Taxpayer$ criticizes opinion piece by Mayor Richard Atwell

          Sears Canada to liquidate remaining stores

          The move will put roughly 12,000 people out of work

          Traffic snarled on Coquihalla as drivers face heavy snow

          Highway 5 is closed southbound at Kamloops due to several ‘spun out trucks on the road’

          BC man wanted for murder in California cold-case

          Anthony Michael Kubica is a suspect in the cold-case murder of a wealthy California widow who disappeared from her home 27 years ago.

          Victoria seeking climate costs from fossil fuel industry

          City councillors approved of sending a letter asking oil companies including Exxon, Chevron and Shell, to pay their share of the city’s climate costs.

          Canadian writers, actors join Twitter boycott

          Canadian writers and actors are boycotting Twitter amid Weinstein sex scandal

          Murky timeline the focus of Las Vegas shooting probe

          Authorities are still at a lost as to why Stephen Paddock opened fire on the country music festival

          Employees killed in foiled US prison break

          Two employees were killed in foiled North Carolina prison break

          Canadian family held captive by Taliban-linked group leave Pakistan

          The family, with three young children, had been held captive for years

          Wanted Victoria man arrested after long standoff with police

          Man surrenders to VicPD after barricading himself inside suite for hours