Local News

WATCH: Sewage pipe makes slow journey toward the ocean

940-metre pipe a key piece of CRD wastewater treatment project

Road closures in effect for late Victoria police officer’s funeral procession

Police officers attending Ian Jordan’s service from across Canada and the U.S.

Upgrades coming for Otter Point Road

Improvements will widen and pave approximately two kilometres of road

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Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon on leaving Government House
Funeral procession for Const. Ian Jordan
Minister blames 'uncertainty' for stalling pipeline expansion

Local filmmaker examines alternative living situations

Forrest Stevens found out about the van life community three years ago

Angels, crosses stolen from memorial in Langford

Memorial was set up to encourage people to slow down

David Foster Foundation aims to close the gap between organ donor believers and registrants

Canada’s National Organ & Tissue Donor Awareness Week is April 22 to 28

  • Apr 16th, 2018

BC SPCA seeks cruelty charge after seizing 45 filthy dogs

Dogs found in Victoria-area home; matted with urine and feces

Organizers aim to educate investors, operators and the public at inaugural cannabis conference

National event takes over Victoria’s Crystal Garden this Friday evening and Saturday

UPDATE: North Saanich museum’s bomber bid on hold

B.C. Aviation Museum will know by July if Lancaster will be theirs

Service for Oak Bay fire chaplain today

The life of Ken Gill will be honoured at a service on April 16 at Glad Tiding Church

New housing planned for Indigenous women in Victoria at risk of homelessness

Temporary complex will provide 21 modular housing units with 24/7 support services on Hillside Ave.

North Saanich bug farm on the grow

Open houses April 19 and 20 at Applied Bio-nomics

  • Apr 15th, 2018

The Vancouver Island Pet Expo kicks off strong

The dock dog event is back as well as the dachshund dash

Spec tax discussion cut short at Central Saanich meeting

Letters from homebuilders and Realtors off the table for now

Winter Harbour: survival on edge of Vancouver Island

BIG READ: one of the Island’s most remote communites to focus on eco-tourism as industry leaves

WATCH: A call to action for the E&N corridor

Local organizations, politicians want to see progress

Family, colleagues reflect on VicPD officer in a coma for 30 years

Hilary Jordan said her husband’s death on April 11 feels like deja vu

Royal Roads hosts design thinking challenge

Okanagan College won second place overall at the challenge