Community

Cooking contest aims to get B.C. families eating together

Video submissions will be accepted until May 15 at noon

  • May 1, 2019

Captain Sulu lands in Victoria

George Takei enjoys high tea at Empress Hotel

Oak Bay resident breaks arm, celebrates 104th birthday in emergency room

At 104, Jean MacKay still a common sight in Oak Bay Village

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What would you do if you missed out on $1-million dollars?
Canadian Tire replaces stolen toys for Salvation Army
Ask Santa
Meet B.C.'s oldest lawyer

Peninsula public forum to explore healthcare crisis and seek input from community

Saanich Peninsula Hospital Healthcare Foundation partners with municipalities

ArtSea takes over revitalization of Sidney Seaside Sculpture Walk

New agreement with Town of Sidney provides funding to ArtSea Community Arts Council for walk

Greater Victoria youth host Meatless Monday potluck

The first potluck at the CRD Commons Room is April 29, 5:30 p.m.

  • Apr 29, 2019

West Shore RCMP ramps up speed enforcement on rural roads

Increased reports of speeding cited as the reason for extra patrols in the warming weather

Greater Victoria journalists lauded at provincial awards

Editors recognized for 25-plus years of service to the newspaper industry

The award for the bumpiest road goes to…

Central Saanich road deemed worst in Greater Victoria

BC Boat show sails into Sidney

200 vessels are expected May 2 to 5 at Port Sidney Marina

Alzheimer’s walk in Victoria honours top fundraiser

IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s takes place May 5 at Clover Point Park

Sidney Elementary receives $5,000 donation towards new outdoor classroom

Coast Capital Savings makes donation as part of their Western Communities Foundation

Saanich community kitchen harvests farmers’ market funds

Shelbourne Community Kitchen receives $1,700 donation from defunct farmers’ market

Owner of Colwood’s Mini Price says goodbye

Well-known dollar store closed its doors on Friday

Death doulas and home funerals, unorthodox end-of-life conference visits Sidney

Deathly Matters hosts workshops and ‘information market’ on death, dying and grief

Jail and Bail set to raise money for Mexican homes

Oak Bay students continue home-building tradition in Mexico

Victoria’s community garden plots a hot commodity

Eager gardeners could wait three years or more for plots in local gardens

North Saanich stumped after land board rejects new library bid

District questions if Agricultural Land Commission interpreting rules in a new way

Gifted rhododendrons create new garden for the Township of Esquimalt

Rhododrendrons to be planted April 27 from 9 a.m. to noon in Esquimalt Gorge Park.