Angela Cowan

Metchosin knitters welcome newcomers to the fold

Knitting café runs four times a month

B.C. Parks mascot Jerry the Moose gets ready to race from the start line with the other runners at last year’s Goldstream Salmon Run 5K. This year's event happens this Saturday (Oct. 18)

Race Jerry the Moose at this year’s Salmon Run

Annual 5K event helps raise funds for educational programs at Goldstream Nature House

B.C. Parks mascot Jerry the Moose gets ready to race from the start line with the other runners at last year’s Goldstream Salmon Run 5K. This year's event happens this Saturday (Oct. 18)
The women of the Prison Arts Collective worked hard with the inmates of the William Head on Stage theatre group to get this year’s production of “Time Waits for No One: A Prison Play” ready for opening night last Friday (Oct. 10). The show runs until Nov. 8. Shown are (top row) performers Anne Cirillo

Prison play reflects on inmates’ experiences

Acting is a ‘transformational experience,’ director says

The women of the Prison Arts Collective worked hard with the inmates of the William Head on Stage theatre group to get this year’s production of “Time Waits for No One: A Prison Play” ready for opening night last Friday (Oct. 10). The show runs until Nov. 8. Shown are (top row) performers Anne Cirillo

Court OKs new owner for Colwood Corners site

Still work to be done on deal, but city excited about possibilities

Photo contributed Colleen Adrian

FAMILY: Inspiring parents and children to be ‘heart-centred’

Meetup group among tools for parents looking to learn from others

Photo contributed Colleen Adrian
The life skills class at Dunsmuir Middle School could barely keep still with excitement as Kelly Gorman from the Bottle Depot presented them with a cheque for $1000 for their recycling efforts on Tuesday.

Dunsmuir’s recycling efforts earn $1,000

Money to be used to help green up middle school

The life skills class at Dunsmuir Middle School could barely keep still with excitement as Kelly Gorman from the Bottle Depot presented them with a cheque for $1000 for their recycling efforts on Tuesday.

Have fun, support the arts at first-ever Collective ball

Inaugural event to support Society for Arts on the South Island

Discover ocean birds with Witty’s walk

Bird watchers welcomed to join free guided walk at Witty's Lagoon Regional Park

Drop in for stories at the JdF library

Until Dec. 5, young children and their parents or caregivers can drop in to Family Storytime at the Juan de Fuca library branch.

Kristina Patterson has opened her home since February 2013 to foster animals from Broken Promises Rescue

Animal rescue group nearly out of funds

Service takes in and adopts out animals with issues

Kristina Patterson has opened her home since February 2013 to foster animals from Broken Promises Rescue
Westshore Town Centre's general manager Elyse Norgaard

School PACs recipients of Coins for Kids money

Westshore Town Centre shoppers rack up points for their chosen school

Westshore Town Centre's general manager Elyse Norgaard
Goldstream Food Bank volunteers Sarella Wray-Murphy

Food bank grateful for one-day blitz

Church group’s efforts replenish shelves, for now

Goldstream Food Bank volunteers Sarella Wray-Murphy
Don Devenney

Preventing cyber crime easier than one might think

Password phrases, not just words, easy and effective crime deterrent

Don Devenney

Surrey man arrested in Langford sexual assault case

No connection between June sexual assault and recent stabbing, said RCMP

Firefighter Lucas Johnson crushes a pop can with the Jaws of Life at a previous open house hosted by the Langford fire department

Fire safety, up close and personal

Langford Fire Department hosts open house this weekend

Firefighter Lucas Johnson crushes a pop can with the Jaws of Life at a previous open house hosted by the Langford fire department
Dan O’Connell

Pies, cider and catapults thrown into mix in Metchosin

Annual festival invites visitors to experience everything apple

Dan O’Connell

Suspects identified, one arrested, in knife attack on the Goose

RCMP confident in tracking down remaining two suspects

Langford’s new burning regs aim to improve air quality for everyone

Only those on large lots will be issued outdoor burning permits

Ella Steele

Elementary girls donate hair for wigs

Young pals support each other's fundraising efforts

Ella Steele
Craig Sorochan

Vote for the Best of the West Shore

Online or paper ballots available for annual awards contest

Craig Sorochan