Charla Huber

Explore what NGOs can do for Metchosin in the event of disaster

Tuesday meeting will see organizations introduced to public

Roles of firefighters, public works explained

Learn how the two departments co-exist in the District of Metchosin at open house

More affordable homes for Langford families

M’akola Housing Society to rent 36 new units on Goldstream Avenue

Aboriginal Day celebration a first for Langford

National day spotlights First Nations culture, people

Metchosin chicken whisperer calms the alpha rooster

Special talent up for auction in Metchosin this Friday

Langford couple searches for unpolished treasures

Couple has been finding stones and gold for more than 40 years

Spring break activities in full bloom on West Shore

Plenty of options to keep kids busy and active next week

Apple grafters preserve heritage flavours in Metchosin

Residents celebrate third annual Metchosin Grafting Day

Popular downtown pub opening second location in Langford

Darcy’s looks to duplicate its downtown success on West Shore

Childhood cancer agency offers more family support in Greater Victoria

Island chapter opens to support families dealing with cancer

Unstable earth leads to Witty’s stair closure in Metchosin

CRD staff trying to determine whether to upgrade slope under stairs

Audience peeks backstage with new Spencer production

Langford middle school brings teacher-penned story to the stage

Online bids open for Metchosin service auction

The big finale of the month-long event is the live auction March 28 at the Metchosin Community House.

Metchosin curler heads off to national bonspiel

Jody Epp has been throwing rocks for 27 years, but heads to his first Brier this week

Langford staff shines bright in Pink Shirts

City of Langford staff were sporting shirts in the office and out in the community today to support anti-bully day, Feb. 26.

Transit adds Westhills, Bear Mountain routes

A summer connection to Thetis Lake will also be added to some West Shore routes.

Purple paperclip helps to bring in the cash

Four Dunsmuir middle school students are hoping a purple paperclip will pay for their band trip.

Cabaret concert explores 60 years of history

Belmont students are gearing up for the final cabaret to ever be performed at the secondary school on Jacklin Road.

Langford event teaches riding a hog

If you’ve never saddled up on a motorcycle head to Steve Drane Harley Davidson shop Feb. 26 from 6 to 9 p.m.

Metchosin talks shorelines with special guest speaker

Marine biologist Ramona de Graaf will be making a presentation at the Metchosin municipal hall, March 5 at 7 p.m.