Keili Bartlett

Surge in requests for help, reports of sexual assault since #MeToo

Growing demand for Victoria Sexual Assault Clinic’s services in first year of #MeToo

Homeless campers pack to leave private Saanich property

Camp Namegans agreed to leave by Oct. 12 after 10-day stay

Neighbour assaulted after interrupting Parksville break-in

RCMP looking for white Mitsubishi after Oct. 11 incident

Your unused oil tank could cost you

District of Saanich warns residents to check for leaks before filling up

‘Bring an extra sweater,’ UVic tells students amid gas shortage

B.C. universities cut back heating buildings, limit research labs since Oct.9 pipeline explosion

West Shore RCMP battle stigma with ‘men cry too’

Cops encourage all sexual assault and domestic violence victims ahead of World Mental Health Day

BC Ferries asked passengers to disembark and volunteer to take later sailings

Plan underway to shift travelers on long weekends; three-hour waits this Thanksgiving

How accessible are Victoria’s public washrooms?

Victoria Disability Resource Centre identifies many barriers for wheelchair users to access toilets

Don’t drink and carve this weekend, Victoria RN says

Victoria General Hospital expects increase in turkey-related health incidents

Court documents reveal homicide victim faced assault charges

Saanich assault victim died before scheduled appearance

Former Victoria police chief investigation cost city nearly $1 million

Frank Elsner was also paid $269,661 while suspended from duty

Gas prices in Victoria jump 10 cents to 149.9

Cost of gas highest it’s been since 2007

Senior sailor leaves Victoria to sail around the world — again

Jeanne Socrates departed from Victoria’s Inner Harbour on Oct. 3

Saanich investigates if campers can stay in mayoral candidate’s yard

Tent use on private property may be violation of bylaw

‘They had nowhere else to go,’ mayoral candidate hosting tent city campers

‘Garbage guru’ David Shebib opens his property to more than 20 campers

Doctor’s orders: How to get grandma high for the first time

Island Health expects seniors and first-time stoners will lead to increase in service after Oct. 17

Metchosin prisoners ready to take centre stage for annual show

58th original production by William Head Institution takes the stage Oct.5

Risk of developing allergy could increase after wasp stings

UBC prof said 60 per cent of people have as bad or worse reaction to more stings

$100 fine for public pot smoking starts Oct. 1

Clean Air Bylaw will begin issuing fines for vaping, tobacco and cannabis in Victoria’s public spaces

Beyond the Bread: Weekly donations from local businesses help Vic West families

COBS Bread owner said he was gobsmacked by the amount of people in need