Daniel Palmer

The Land Conservancy faces tough road ahead

Non-profit looks at ‘bold and innovative’ ways to move forward at Nov. 3 annual general meeting

United Way sets $6 million fundraising target

Non-profit supports nearly 70 organizations that deliver social programs to Capital Region

Sept. 1

Water garden highlights green planning at new Fisherman’s Wharf Park

City's largest rain garden and new park to open Oct. 2

Sept. 1
Sept. 12

Royal BC Museum unveils upcoming exhibitions

First new exhibit to open Oct. 4, BC Archives to open its vault

Sept. 12

Candidate hopefuls emerge for upcoming Victoria byelection

Donald Galloway, Murray Rankin, Paul Summerville first to throw hat in the ring, city councillor Marianne Alto won't run

B.C. Greens nominate first candidate for 2013 election

Susan Low will represent the provincial Greens in Esquimalt-Royal Roads

Doobie-ous tax bill mellows out Victoria marijuana club

Canada Revenue Agency hits medicinal marijuana provider with $150,000 HST bill

Joey MacDonald

Artlandia raises its game for Rifflandia festival

Artlandia’s grand opening, Sept. 7 at 517 Pandora St.

Joey MacDonald
CNIB orientation and mobility specialist Mary Kay Kennedy

White canes a welcome gift for sight-impaired children

Victoria White Cane Society provides canes to school-aged children, an expense not covered by health plans

CNIB orientation and mobility specialist Mary Kay Kennedy
Esquimalt councillor Meagan Brame and Virtual Elvis

Show and Shine, dance to help light up Esquimalt winter event

Free classic car show at Archie Browning Sports Centre to be followed by fundraising dance for annual Celebration of Lights

Esquimalt councillor Meagan Brame and Virtual Elvis

No clear solution to Victoria region’s deer problem

The deer management citizens advisory group submits final report

Victoria mayor will not seek NDP nomination for byelection

Dean Fortin says he may yet seek higher office in future

Joe Iannarelli

Joe Iannarelli, Esquimalt’s legend on ice

Veteran arena manager rubbed shoulders with Howe and Sawchuk and built recreation programs in the township

Joe Iannarelli

Shakespeare with a view

Shakespeare by the Sea is staging A Midsummer Night’s Dream nightly at 7 p.m. until Sept. 2 at Holland Point Park

Ali Hamado

Victoria Muslims look forward to new home

The Masjid Al-Iman mosque is 85 per cent complete and should be open by the end of October

Ali Hamado

Students push B.C. on transit changes

Greater Victoria students throw support behind the region’s municipalities who want greater control over B.C. Transit.

UVic grad Alexa Gilker’s play Beautiful Obedient Wife

Victoria playwright debuts at Fringe fest

Beautiful Obedient Wife tells the story of a Ukrainian woman who is unknowingly sold as a mail-order bride to a Canadian suitor

UVic grad Alexa Gilker’s play Beautiful Obedient Wife
The region has a fragmented cycling network. A recent study suggested that 82 per cent of Candians support spending to create dedicated bike lanes.

The future of cycling in Greater Victoria

With official community plans in place, region could create a collective transportation authority

The region has a fragmented cycling network. A recent study suggested that 82 per cent of Candians support spending to create dedicated bike lanes.
A 1939 Jetson Gilbert violin

Victoria police recover $10,000 antique violin in raid

Tourist led police to cache of stolen goods last week using iPad app

A 1939 Jetson Gilbert violin
Eight-year-old Bernard Brelsford reacts to a fall while skim boarding at Gonzales Beach. The temperature is expected to hit more than 30 C today

Hot, dry weather prompts fire warnings

Temperatures will peak at 30 C Friday, cool off by Saturday night

Eight-year-old Bernard Brelsford reacts to a fall while skim boarding at Gonzales Beach. The temperature is expected to hit more than 30 C today