Christine van Reeuwyk

Annual Easter event continues to grow in Oak Bay

Organizers expect 800 to 1,200 people for seventh annual event on April 20

Retired Saanich cop raises $16,000 in one inspired afternoon for Cops for Cancer

Recently retired from the department, the officer now faces his own aggressive cancer treatment

Willows Tea Room winds down for the season

Kiwanis volunteers cook up final Sunday breakfast April 7

Yellow cottage captures artist’s eye, lures guests to Oak Bay show

The Victoria Sketch Club show runs March 19 to 24 at the Glenlyon Norfolk School junior campus

Refugee society celebrates near-completion of two ‘Welcome Houses’ in Oak Bay

Family living in one home, second under renovation

Victoria Sketch Club hosts 47th annual art show and sale in Oak Bay

Former members include Emily Carr, Samuel Maclure and Ted Harrison

Empowerment on the menu for annual International Women’s Day luncheon

Bridges for Women Society aims to inspire women impacted by abuse, violence and trauma

Sidney caregivers, police officer, researcher share impact of dementia at Breakfast to Remember

Take in breakfast for a cause Feb. 26 at Victoria Conference Centre

Malahat snow-covered as flakes fall across Greater Victoria

Snowfall warning in effect for parts of Vancouver Island

Slick roads, whiteout conditions halt drivers across Greater Victoria

Up to 25 cm expected across the region this evening and overnight

Snow day for students in Greater Victoria; another storm to come

Environment Canada says 10 to 15 more centimetres to come

Canucks game and dinner on the agenda for Victoria’s latest lotto winner

$.5M winner plans to invest the rest after a little splurge

Victoria creator launches mental health app

Rootd has more than 50,000 downloads since its prelaunch

Victoria Chinese Community Association rings in new year with gala

Chinese New Year Gala is Feb. 4 at the University of Victoria Farquhar Auditorium

Canadian Heritage funds new roof for Mungo Martin house in Victoria

Indigenous-run space operates under the stewardship of the Royal BC Museum

Backyardigans, Max & Ruby stage shows add to Family Day in Sidney

Bodine Hall shows make room for kids to sing, dance, enjoy Family Day weekend

Stelly’s school stages whodunit musical mystery

Performances are Jan. 16, 17 and 18 at 7 p.m. with a Jan. 18 matinee at 1 p.m.

Fred Penner returns to Victoria next month

Penner brings his trademark message of joy and inspiration to children of all ages

Campaign looks to lure new business with Start Up in Sidney

Economic development initiative campaign includes online job bank

WATCH: Ninja Gym opens this week in Sidney

‘This is a fitness gym disguised as a playground’