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A Nanaimo businessman’s giant donation helps facilitate new PET/CT scanner for Vancouver Island
Acclaimed production returns just in time for the holidays
Vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists will be travelling over hundreds of tons of steel by March of 2018
Library program forgave late fees for food donations benefitting the community
B.C. Premier John Horgan says job loss is a very “real and present concern.”
Vancouver Island’s best news photographs from our journalists and our readers
An alternative school offering more than education for students outside of public schools.
See a one-and-half minute timelapse of Mark Paterson pruning a bonsai tree from scratch
B.C. boy Jackson Poole loves Halloween and all the hand-made costumes his family makes
Michael David Mahy had been charged with multiple counts of sexual interference with victims as young as eight years old.
Hospitality students offered a full-service fine dining experience at Our Place, serving the less fortunate, many homeless, approximately 600 meals
Nearly 100 people showed up to provide support to those who have aged out of provincial foster care in the province.
Health asking the public to get their flu vaccinations leading into a flu season that could start early and affect many in 2017.
The Joker, Game of Thrones characters and more are on the list as some of the most popular costumes in Victoria.
Fudge in A Round appearance on Dragon’s Den celebrated with a viewing party at the local Legion Nov. 2
The Belfry Theatre’s newest production brings the audience into the performance and the performance into the audience
Sarah Johnston says the Teal Pumpkin Project offers children with severe allergies an opportunity to enjoy Halloween like other children
Several moving vans full toilet paper were donated for those in need
Volunteers converged on Our Place Friday in Victoria, to care for some of the city’s most vulnerable
Vancouver Island expecting 20,000 visitors for Capital City Comic Con March 16-18