UPDATED: Harling Point neighbourhood protests BC Transit service cuts

Harling Point residents petition to save their neighbourhood bus stop after new BC Transit changes remove it from the #3 bus route

Discarded computers make a difference in medical research

Sooke student gives junked computers a new purpose

  • Oct 15th, 2017

Don’t toss it. Fix it.

Repair Cafe’ call for a shift in approach

  • Oct 14th, 2017
McKenna Concert


    Invictus Games more than just sport


      Fire at Whiffenspit


        Whiffin Spit Road dangerous for pedestrians, says Sooke resident


          Protest hits Horgan’s office in Langford

          Residents from across the Island are standing up against fish farms

          Cyber bullying a serious matter in Sooke

          Sooke middle school student threatened, advised to kill herself

          • Oct 13th, 2017

          Former B.C. director pleads guilty in vote-getting scandal

          Brian Bonney admits to breach of trust in ‘quick wins’ scandal

          Suspect in custody in fire key vault break-ins

          The criminals have broken into firefighter key vaults to access businesses in the Greater Victoria area.

          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

          Astronaut Chris Hadfield reflects on technology, privilege and responsibility

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

          Improved health care for Sooke closer to reality

          All the players have come to the table for the first time

          • Oct 14th, 2017

          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

          Bear/human conflicts can be prevented

          It’s human behaviour that lies at the root of problems with bears

          • Oct 13th, 2017

          10 spooky Halloween events to hit up in Victoria

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

          Vancouver Island entrepreneur strikes a deal with a dragon

          Lil Worker Safety Gear pitched on Dragons’ Den

          Grizzly hunt ban not a true ban

          A “meat hunt” for grizzlies will still give hunters what they want

          • Oct 13th, 2017

          Watchgroup wants Saanich to be more transparent

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