Keili Bartlett

Alan Mullen met B.C. legislature speaker while he was working as a correctional manager at Kent Institution in Agassiz. (Tom Fletcher/Black Press)

Man behind B.C. legislature investigation previously fired from casino security job

Speaker Darryl Plecas suggested Alan Mullen become the interim sergeant at arms, a position he had just investigated

Alan Mullen met B.C. legislature speaker while he was working as a correctional manager at Kent Institution in Agassiz. (Tom Fletcher/Black Press)
Two BC Ferries sailings cancelled between Victoria and Lower Mainland

Two BC Ferries sailings cancelled between Victoria and Lower Mainland

Company says ship is experiencing mechanical difficulty morning of Nov. 28

Two BC Ferries sailings cancelled between Victoria and Lower Mainland
DriveBC’s webcam shows a line of traffic along Highway 14, which is closed on Nov. 28. (Drive BC)

Highway 14 reopens after early morning closure

Section of highway in Sooke closed to traffic on Nov. 28

DriveBC’s webcam shows a line of traffic along Highway 14, which is closed on Nov. 28. (Drive BC)
Sandra Richardson, the CEO of the Victoria Foundation, announces the results of a study of social impact of charities in Victoria. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)

Study shows registered charities gave Victoria $4-billion boost

Civil sector now on par with tech and tourism sectors in Captial Regional District

Sandra Richardson, the CEO of the Victoria Foundation, announces the results of a study of social impact of charities in Victoria. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)
Crews remove a vehicle that rolled into a house in the 1000-block of Tillicum Road on Tuesday morning. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)

Update: Mechanical issues cause van to crash into Greater Victoria home

Homeowners heard a crash during their morning coffee, no injuries reported

Crews remove a vehicle that rolled into a house in the 1000-block of Tillicum Road on Tuesday morning. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)
Crews attempt to free a pedestrian pinned under an RV early Tuesday morning. (Ragnar Haagen/News staff)

UPDATED: Firefighters free pedestrian pinned under RV on Douglas

Man was rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuries

Crews attempt to free a pedestrian pinned under an RV early Tuesday morning. (Ragnar Haagen/News staff)
More than 120 organizations in Victoria are partners with GivingTuesday in 2018. (GivingTuesday/Google Maps)

Victoria Sexual Assault Centre launches $55,000 in 55 days campaign on GivingTuesday

Capital Regional District charities and organizations partner for post-Black Friday movement

More than 120 organizations in Victoria are partners with GivingTuesday in 2018. (GivingTuesday/Google Maps)
A crash slows traffic Friday, Nov. 23 on McKenzie Avenue near Larchwood Drive. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)
A crash slows traffic Friday, Nov. 23 on McKenzie Avenue near Larchwood Drive. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)
Victoria Hospice received an anonymous donation to match GivinigTuesday donations up to $50,000. (Pixabay photo)

Victoria Hospice hopes to raise $100,000 with help of GivingTuesday

An anonymous donor will match donations until Nov. 28

Victoria Hospice received an anonymous donation to match GivinigTuesday donations up to $50,000. (Pixabay photo)
Cordova Bay Road was closed to traffic on Nov. 23 after a vehicle hit a hydro pole. (Keri Coles/News staff)

UPDATED: Medical issue sent driver into hydro pole at Mount Doug

Incident happened around 9 a.m. Nov. 23

Cordova Bay Road was closed to traffic on Nov. 23 after a vehicle hit a hydro pole. (Keri Coles/News staff)
Oak Bay Police officers frequently conduct speed enforcement in local school zones. (Flavio Nienow/News staff)

Homes in Oak Bay evacuated after car crashes into natural gas line

Fire department evacuated residents for several hours Nov. 22

Oak Bay Police officers frequently conduct speed enforcement in local school zones. (Flavio Nienow/News staff)
Pam Guilbault was attacked by a deer while riding her bike home and suffered a concussion and a fractured arm as a result. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Confrontation with deer sends cyclist to hospital in Oak Bay

Resident concerned about popular route elementary school students use, calls for deer removal

Pam Guilbault was attacked by a deer while riding her bike home and suffered a concussion and a fractured arm as a result. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
(Peninsula News Review file photo)

North Saanich councillor resigns one month after election

Joscelyn Barnard announced resignation on Nov. 22

(Peninsula News Review file photo)
VicPD arrest two men for attempting to lure children over the internet

VicPD arrest two men for attempting to lure children over the internet

A 61-year-old man and 28-year-old man were investigated by VicPD’s Internet Child Exploitation unit

VicPD arrest two men for attempting to lure children over the internet
Craigdarroch Military Hospital opening, Sept. 25, 1919. The historic site will be screening holiday films through December after the popularity of the Halloween classics. (Courtesy Craigdarroch Castle)

Christmas cheer and classics come to Craigdarroch Castle

Victoria historic site to screen holiday films in December

Craigdarroch Military Hospital opening, Sept. 25, 1919. The historic site will be screening holiday films through December after the popularity of the Halloween classics. (Courtesy Craigdarroch Castle)
Signs at the egg section in Victoria’s Save-On Foods describe conditions the hens are kept in. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)

Caged or free: Do hens’ conditions matter to egg-buying Victoria residents?

Online readers respond on egg purchase habits

Signs at the egg section in Victoria’s Save-On Foods describe conditions the hens are kept in. (Keili Bartlett/News staff)
Craigdarroch Castle spends eight weeks decorating for the holidays with more than a dozen Christmas trees. (Photo by Andrew Annuar/Courtesy Craigdarroch Castle)

One-man A Christmas Carol haunts Craigdarroch Castle

Charles Dickens’s classic holiday tale calls on Victoria’s historic site this December

Craigdarroch Castle spends eight weeks decorating for the holidays with more than a dozen Christmas trees. (Photo by Andrew Annuar/Courtesy Craigdarroch Castle)
Merna Forster at the announcement that civil rights icon Viola Desmond had been selected to be the face of the $10 Canadian bill. (Contributed by Merna Forster)

B.C. historian helped Viola Desmond make it on the $10 bill

Merna Forster of Oak Bay petitioned for years for a Canadian woman to be honoured on currency

Merna Forster at the announcement that civil rights icon Viola Desmond had been selected to be the face of the $10 Canadian bill. (Contributed by Merna Forster)
(Pixabay.com)

Help Polar Express and pancakes fight child hunger

Rotary of Victoria and Breakfast2Music look for event sponsors

(Pixabay.com)
Victoria-based Gaëlle Nicolussi makes ‘I carry naloxone’ buttons to help raise awareness about the opioid crisis. (Courtesy of Gaëlle Nicolussi)

Reducing harm with ‘I carry naloxone’ buttons

Victoria-based designer makes buttons with social justice messages

Victoria-based Gaëlle Nicolussi makes ‘I carry naloxone’ buttons to help raise awareness about the opioid crisis. (Courtesy of Gaëlle Nicolussi)