Local News

Island Corridor Foundation to hold public meetings around Island

First meeting to held in Duncan on Nov. 7

  • Oct 14th, 2018

Victoria lawyer urges B.C. law society to make pro bono work mandatory

Resolution says justice system is “at a crisis level” in B.C.

Court finds that company was ‘careless’ in cutting down 45 trees near Nanaimo

Western Canadian Timber Products ordered to pay $80,000 to private landowners

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Tour de Rock visits Sooke
Orange Shirt Day celebration
Sooke cenotaph needs maintenance upgrade
New York drops part of criminal case against Harvey Weinstein

Saanich nanny facing new charges of child pornography

Offence in Saanich in 2017 leads to new charges

Why are huge cranes in Vic West holding up tiny boats?

The punt boats caused confusion for Greater Victoria citizens, but the answer is simple

Sidney-Anacortes ferry stops Oct. 22 to Nov. 4

Vessel re-assigned as seven sister ships need repairs

Charge laid in Saanich crash that severely injured 11-year-old girl

Tenessa Rayann Lyric Nikirk from North Saanich has been charged with one count of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle

Sidney’s Star Cinema has a temporary home

Popular theatre moves into former furniture store during new theatre construction

Langford mayor calls for campground cleanup

Lack of communication from the Ministry makes residents ‘suspicious’

Homeless campers pack to leave private Saanich property

Camp Namegans agreed to leave by Oct. 12 after 10-day stay

PHOTOS: Sidney welcomes the world to rowing competition

Races running behind after fog hampers early starts

Apology ‘late’ and ‘weak’ as ‘coward’ gets six years in fatal Vancouver Island crash

Dustin Dennis Zinter guilty of dangerous driving causing 2015 death of Ladysmith woman

UPDATE: RCMP find suspected getaway vehicle after assault in Qualicum Beach

SUV found near ‘Tent City’ in Nanaimo

  • Oct 12th, 2018

Free joints, discounts and seminars offered as Victoria cannabis dispensaries get ready for Oct. 17

Marijuana dispensaries across town are getting ready to celebrate pot legalization

North Islanders call for cell service in gaping Island Highway hole

With a few exceptions, service mostly non-existent between Campbell River and Port McNeill

Victoria police seek to reunite hundreds of stolen items

Drugs, cash also discovered during police search Oct. 4

Victoria MP says battle against Trans Mountain pipeline still worth fighting

Randall Garrison hosted town hall this week to update people now that pipeline is federally owned

One-stop shop service fair in Victoria connects people with resources needed

Project Connect 2018 brought together dozens of service providers for homeless, low-income communities

Malahat community say new turnaround increases risk of collision

New turnaround’s poor sight lines and high speed of on-coming traffic leave drivers feeling unsafe

Discover Victoria’s haunted past with Halloween-themed walking tours

Bastion Square, Market Square and the Inner Harbour are rich with ghostly tales