Nicole Crescenzi

Victoria’s YMCA-YWCA explores taking over space at downtown Capit0l 6 theatre

A six month study will explore the viability of the option

Cruise ships still on track, despite province health officer’s wish to delay season

Fear of COVID-19 spreading via passengers has not yet prompted federal action

Police funding a municipal problem, province tells Victoria

Ministry suggest amalgamation to help with police expenditures

Victoria’s Our Place Society looks for funds to extend its summer hours

The City will decide whether to contribute its $50,000 portion this week

Two cannabis dispensaries in Esquimalt await provincial approval

Misty Mountain Cannabis and Alternative Aromatics Dispensary received rezoning from township

City gives green light to downtown affordable housing development

Chard Development’s Cook Street Plaza will include 104 below-market units

Victoria seniors facility moves to new facility near Crystal Pool

Silver Threads Service opens its doors May 4

Federal, provincial governments announce $2.2M for more French language teachers

A multi-pronged strategy will look at ways to get more French teachers in B.C.

New direct flight set to soar between Victoria and Tofino

Pacific Coastal Airlines will offer the first direct route during the tourism season

New, 30-plus demographic eatery proposed for downtown Victoria

January Gin Joint and Eatery is hoping to open in the spring

Saanich Police link man to two alleged sexual assaults as women leave BC Transit buses

Police are looking for information on the man, described as in his 30s

B.C. Legislature reopens to the public after weeks of closure

Tours, shops re-open following departure of Wet’suwet’en supporters

Horse-drawn carriages to stay after Victoria backs down from debate

Tourist draw will stay in city after a years-long discussion on banning

Victoria’s Coho, Clipper see cancellations linked to COVID-19

Federal government insists Canada is a ‘spectacular and safe’ place for tourists to visit

Merridale Cidery revamps plans for Vic West distillery, brewery

The new location is set to open in 2021

Victoria unlikely to make decisions about Sir John A. Macdonald statue until 2022

A well-attended reconciliation dialogue discussed Macdonald’s history

United Way Greater Victoria aims to fill bus with new menstrual products

The Period Promise seeks to help women in need

BC Transit cancels 33 trips during morning rush hour

Commuters faced backlogged buses on Wednesday morning