Natalie North

Real estate agent Jackhammers into film

Director’s debut features Pam Anderson, Jamie Kennedy and male stripping

Tracking tsunami debris in the hands of citizens

Masses of debris from Japan expected to hit West Coast over Christmas

Canada’s most comprehensive health survey underway at UVic

Vancouver Island’s chief medical health officer sits inside a soundproof hearing booth with a smile on his face.

Swab Mob events target optimal stem cell donors

Last February, Shelley Eaves got the kind of news no one ever wants to hear: her cancer had returned.

Cancellation of bus runs balloon across city

Strike or no strike, some transit riders accustomed to spotty service

Province reaches out young entrepreneurs via smartphone app

Government launches Boss Yourself app for small business startups

Teachers’ union offers anti-Enbridge lesson plans

The B.C. Teachers’ Federation last week began offering resources to teachers on Enbridge’s proposed Northern Gateway pipeline

Flu season, vaccination clinics begin in Greater Victoria

Some years, the influenza virus kills up to 8,000 Canadians, but it doesn’t have to.

Tour de Rock takes on the Island

Police, guest riders set off on emotional 1,000 km journey against cancer

Big sugary drinks: next CRD ban?

Medical Health officer weighs-in on newly-minted New York regulations in fight against obesity

Spotlight on Victoria talent at TIFF

Filmmaker, actress debut at prestigious Toronto International Film Festival

Staying calm, confident and clear

B.C. Ambulance Service guide callers through every emergency

Lessons from Earth orbit

Astronaut Julie Payette reflects on her work in space at UVic Monday

Despite geese, regional lakes clean enough for swimmers

This year has seen an increase in geese on Elk lake, but bacteria levels are well within what’s considered safe for swimming.

Never too old to put pep in your step

Researcher seeks inactive seniors to study cognitive benefits of walking

Proposed teacher’s contract brings relief, frustration

Greater Victoria teachers' union leader opposes deal

Reading the rhythms of your keyboard

A new biometric technology makes it possible to identify the person behind the monitor based on keystroke habits and mouse movements alone.

Seeing a celestial yardstick

Transit of Venus across sun won’t happen again for 105 years

CRD seeks driver’s seat of transit planning

Directors pitch plan to take over the Victoria Regional Transit Commission

Making miracles happen

David Foster Foundation fundraising gala begins Friday