Christine van Reeuwyk

VIDEO: Former conservation officer seeks NDP nomination in Oak Bay-Gordon Head

John Horgan, BC NDP leader, endorses former conservation officer Bryce Casavant for provincial NDP nomination in Oak Bay-Gordon Head

(VIDEO) Transplant recipients say thank you

BC Transplant’s Operation Popcorn marks 25 years

William and Kate greet Canadians at the B.C. Legislature lawn

Duchess of Cambridge offers parenting tips to one fan with six-month-old girl

Hospitals campaign springs for new cancer equipment

Royal Jubilee lab outpaces VGH with modernized lab gear

Housing provider with roots in West Shore helped out by fundraiser

Philanthropists host lunch to raise funds for regional housing organization

Doctor Marty is on call for much needed stretchers

Royals team up with Victoria Hospitals Foundation for campaign

Region’s waste water options to be opened up for public scrutiny

Some question the move for public input at this time

Treatment plant cost-sharing concerns continue at CRD

Colwood councillor pipes up on issue, but status quo maintained by committee

Cider makers will pick your fruit trees clean

Group aims to keep apples on West Shore and across region from rotting on the ground

GREAT TEACHERS: Technology playing a key role in today’s classrooms

Students at Monterey middle school in Oak Bay work with teacher using tools they're familiar with

Club welcomes women to community

Victoria Women’s Newcomers Club meet the second Wednesday of the month at Uplands Golf Course

Books for Breakfast connects fun with reading

Belmont Park literacy program receives $8,000 donation

More treatment options than west vs. east

Colwood, Langford and View Royal join Township of Esquimalt, Songhees Nation in group split off by CRD board

Metchosin music makes for Fine Spirits

Sunday's show at Metchosin Community House opens concert series with acoustic set by local band Fine Spirits

Belmont reassures students with lockdown exercise

Shortly before 10 a.m. tomorrow (Jan. 15) staff, students and RCMP will hold an exercise to inform and empower students

Rotting smell, lack of rain double the eagle population at Goldstream Park

The eagles have landed in droves at Goldstream Provincial Park.

Eagle influx doubles this year at Goldstream Park

'Smell of success' draws twice the eagles for visitors to see

Free Christmas dinner builds community family

Mary MacKinnon will spend her Saturday afternoon peeling veggies in order to enjoy an evening dinner.

Metchosin talks quarantine

Peter Johnson is the author of Quarantined: Life and Death at William Head Station.

Langford Legion rocks for hampers

Raise a Little Hell to double the funds for the local food bank and Christmas hampers.