Kristyn Anthony

Early morning chimney fire displaces two Victoria families

No injuries were reported and officials peg the damage at up to $250,000

Urbanite returns to activate Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

‘Come as you are’ and explore the connections between people and place from an artistic lens

Victoria police searching for driver whose vehicle struck elderly woman

70-year-old man spoke with paramedics on the scene, but left before officers arrived

Victoria-produced WITS online film takes new approach to bullying

Initiative encourages students to walk away, ignore, talk it out and seek help

Victoria man who killed his wife dies in Abbotsford prison

Daniel Blake Penney, 54, died of natural causes serving 12-year sentence for strangling death

Fish farm protestors challenge Minister of Fisheries and Oceans

Peaceful protest leads to conversation between fish farm opponents and Minister LeBlanc

Canada C3 docks in Victoria

Signature Canada 150 project ends coast to coast to coast voyage through Northwest Passage

Sooke RCMP seek suspect in pistol whipping

Suspect struck a man in the head with a pistol on boardwalk at Sooke’s Ed McGregor Park

Brew business booming on the island

Island breweries represent at BC Beer Awards; local coffee roaster honoured

Chicago prepares to take the stage in Victoria

Tickets go on sale Friday for Tony Award-winning musical’s one week run at the Royal

Esquimalt crews find source of Gorge Creek contamination

Area will continue to be monitored for leaks over next several weeks

Sean O’Loughlin named Victoria Symphony’s Principal Pops conductor

American composer has built a career working with some of music’s biggest names

Island athletes compete at Dragon Boat Championship in China

Eight paddlers part of team Canada at five-day event wrapping up Oct. 23

Trans Canada Trail celebrates final B.C. connection in Victoria

Trail extends 24,000km connecting Canada coast to coast, starting at Kilometre 1 in Victoria

UVic Transgender Archives welcomes Kate Bornstein

LGBTQ trailblazer brings trademark humour to a nuanced discussion on surviving gender

Victoria’s Bahá’í building bridges with Songhees and Esquimalt Nations

In the spirit of reconciliation, Bahá’u’lláh’s followers join with local First Nations communities

EDITORIAL: Gord Downie – Canada’s man in Canada’s band

A nation mourns the passing of the Tragically Hip’s iconic frontman

Wounded Warriors tackle trauma in Greater Victoria

New group-based training program launched to aid those suffering from PTSD

Gender and the Canadian justice system topic of Victoria discussion

Ongoing conversation series takes a look at gender justice and leadership

Cultural icon and poet Michael McClure performs with Victoria jazz musicians

Acclaimed poet will be reading to the ‘beat’ of a different drum