Daniel Palmer

Emily Morin and Mark Mitchell perished

Trust set up for Victoria fire victims’ families, fire survivors

Proceeds will help cover cost of accommodation, travel or other needs

Emily Morin and Mark Mitchell perished

Johnson Street fire victims names released

Victoria Fore Department investigation continues into fatal blaze

Butch Dick

Breaking the silence on violence

Aboriginal men commit to playing a role in ending domestic abuse

Butch Dick

Two naval jetties to be replaced at CFB Esquimalt

Project expected to create up to 1,400 jobs in Greater Victoria

Chart shows estimated taxpayers' costs year-over-year for sewage treatment program.

Capital Regional District board approves early start to sewage tax

Having taxpayers begin paying for project this year will save an estimated $3 million in debt servicing costs

Chart shows estimated taxpayers' costs year-over-year for sewage treatment program.
Bev Jennings Bazin

Fallen firefighters remembered with Victoria memorial

New bronze memorial unveiled at legislature after mass march Wednesday

Bev Jennings Bazin

Victoria requests change to harbour authority board rules

Councillor scolds Greater Victoria Harbour Authority on decision to reject her appointment

Randy Smith

Guarding against the ‘silent killer’

Nearly half of those with high blood pressure don’t know it

Randy Smith

Pocket-dialers create havoc for Victoria police operators

Inadvertent 911 calls still have to be responded to by police

Sparks fly, driver fleeing in stolen vehicle tumbles power pole in Esquimalt

Suspect and other passengers in new pickup escape scene

Hannah Rabinovitch

New Victoria survival guide full of usable resources for street community

Current and former homeless individuals offered up ideas for booklet

Hannah Rabinovitch
A hole that was dug by city crews for a pipe replacement on Dallas Road near Ogden Point unearthed human remains last week thought to be part of a First Nations burial site. Victoria City workers Clyde Furtado (front with shovel)

Human remains to be buried at Dallas Road memorial

Human remains discovered along Dallas Road last week will be reburied by First Nations leaders

A hole that was dug by city crews for a pipe replacement on Dallas Road near Ogden Point unearthed human remains last week thought to be part of a First Nations burial site. Victoria City workers Clyde Furtado (front with shovel)
Avid recycler Diane Lade lays a piece of plastic wrap to dry after washing it in the kitchen of her home in Fernwood. Lade separates her recycling in baskets that she leaves in her kitchen cupboards.

Recycling takes a new turn in Victoria

Kitchen waste composting program up and running in city

Avid recycler Diane Lade lays a piece of plastic wrap to dry after washing it in the kitchen of her home in Fernwood. Lade separates her recycling in baskets that she leaves in her kitchen cupboards.
Instructor Linsay Hurd leads a yoga class at Studio 4 Athletics on Yates Street. The first Victoria Yoga Conference happens this weekend at the Victoria Conference Centre.

Victoria feature: The changing face of yoga

Business and lifestyle merging, as instructors realize industry’s ever-increasing potential

Instructor Linsay Hurd leads a yoga class at Studio 4 Athletics on Yates Street. The first Victoria Yoga Conference happens this weekend at the Victoria Conference Centre.

Boat burglar nabbed off View Royal

Arrested man is also a suspect in boat break-in in Esquimalt

This photo of a woman pecking her pooch is among the shots removed from the Downtown Victoria Business Association's Kiss in the City contest page on Facebook. A group known as The Disruption Collective submitted the photos to protest what they call the criminalization of poverty in the downtown core.

Downtown Victoria kissing contest gets political

DVBA general manager says annual Valentine's Day contest not the right venue for protests

This photo of a woman pecking her pooch is among the shots removed from the Downtown Victoria Business Association's Kiss in the City contest page on Facebook. A group known as The Disruption Collective submitted the photos to protest what they call the criminalization of poverty in the downtown core.

New fed boundaries drawn in West Shore, Saanich

MP Garrison hopes for name change to new riding of Saanich-Juan de Fuca

Church member and food bank volunteer Peggy Wilmot holds an arm full of food in the St. John the Divine Church basement. Money and donations of food is collected from the St. John the Divine congregation and distributed to those in need twice weekly.

Food banks a ‘Band-Aid’ solution to poverty: Victoria advocacy group

Victoria multi-faith group aims to reduce need for charity function this decade

Church member and food bank volunteer Peggy Wilmot holds an arm full of food in the St. John the Divine Church basement. Money and donations of food is collected from the St. John the Divine congregation and distributed to those in need twice weekly.

Two pedestrians injured in separate downtown Victoria incidents

Week sees more drivers ignore crosswalks, to the detriment of pedestrians

Songhees Nation Coun. Ron Sam sits in a classroom at the Industrial Marine Training and Applied Research Centre

Economic renewal takes root on First Nations land in Esquimalt

Songhees Nation involved in marine training, wellness centre development

Songhees Nation Coun. Ron Sam sits in a classroom at the Industrial Marine Training and Applied Research Centre