Erin Cardone

Bar fights, smashed windows follow Canucks’ loss

Victorians react badly, but nothing like Vancouver riots

Co-op loses court battle on member info

A Peninsula Co-op member who fought — and won — to have members’ contact information distributed said it’s a victory for democracy.

David Underhill plays the fairy king Oberon in Kaleidoscope Theatre’s rendition of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Shakespeare, dance beats collide in Midsummer play

Kaleidoscope Theatre plays A Midsummer Night's Dream, starting tonight

David Underhill plays the fairy king Oberon in Kaleidoscope Theatre’s rendition of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Local writer brings home Giller Prize

Esi Edugyan of Victoria wins Giller Prize for Half-Blood Blues

Victoria native Mike Delamont portrays Carlo Rossi

Win a pair of tickets to see Mike Delamont on Nov. 11

Mike Delamont: A One Night World Tour comes to Victoria, and you could see it for free

Victoria native Mike Delamont portrays Carlo Rossi
Jo Campbell gives a hug to a guest at a celebration of life ceremony held for her husband

Mourners remember Alex Campbell

Loyal, generous founder of Thrifty Foods celebrated at Sunday memorial in Victoria

Jo Campbell gives a hug to a guest at a celebration of life ceremony held for her husband
Artist Frank Lewis poses in front of an aboriginal mural he painted on the concrete surface of an underpass where the Galloping Goose trail goes underneath Gorge Road. Lewis is a member of the Island Illustrators’ Society

Illustrators’ private worlds captured for exhibit

Photographer’s images paired with artworks for showing at Cedar Hill Rec Centre’s gallery café

Artist Frank Lewis poses in front of an aboriginal mural he painted on the concrete surface of an underpass where the Galloping Goose trail goes underneath Gorge Road. Lewis is a member of the Island Illustrators’ Society

Occupy Victoria takes direct aim at money, banking

Occupy Victoria, like its New York City counterpart, aims to bring to light the intrinsic problems with banks lending and reporting money they don’t actually have, said organizer Greg Hill

Teen tanning bylaw back in CRD’s hands

Tanning salon owners are speaking out against a bylaw that will curtail the rights of parents in Greater Victoria.

Runners head off at the start of the 2010 GoodLife Fitness Victoria Marathon. Last year’s race had a record number of participants.

Victoria Marathon numbers dwindle

Registration down from last year’s record participation

Runners head off at the start of the 2010 GoodLife Fitness Victoria Marathon. Last year’s race had a record number of participants.
Spectators – and cheers – are an integral part of any marathon race.

VICTORIA MARATHON: Race etiquette: Enduring fans

When runners are delirious, it’s best to keep the cheers personal.

Spectators – and cheers – are an integral part of any marathon race.

House prices will keep increasing, predicts Victoria Real Estate Board president

Despite economic downturn, Greater Victoria property values hold steady

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CIBC Run for the Cure raises over $550,000

4,200 people participated in the Run for the Cure at the University of Victori

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Christopher Mavrikos

Marathon a mission for Victoria athlete

Christopher Mavrikos, 32, hopes to raise thousands of dollars for breast cancer research in memory of his late mother

Christopher Mavrikos

Maple Ridge man arrested for Victoria city hall bomb scare

Police officers guarded each entrance to Victoria City Hall Thursday afternoon. Staff milled about in the courtyard off Pandora Avenue as they waited to return to work.

Victoria police have released a photo of the armed robbery suspect.

One man wanted for six armed robberies

Police seek help to identify suspect

Victoria police have released a photo of the armed robbery suspect.
The former house of Emily Carr's sister

Maple tree cracking Carr sister’s house

Alice Carr's former house suffering structural damage

The former house of Emily Carr's sister
Tour de Rock 2011 rider and Saanich police officer Scott Green fixes a flat before heading out on a training run from behind Saanich municipal hall on Sept. 1.

Geared up for the ride: Tour de Rock riders endure a strenuous training regimen

Riders discuss biking up Mount Washington and the hill to the Observatory, as part of their training rides

Tour de Rock 2011 rider and Saanich police officer Scott Green fixes a flat before heading out on a training run from behind Saanich municipal hall on Sept. 1.

Victor-Brodeur kids get counselling after crash

School bus hit man crossing road at Craigflower and Admirals

Suspected drug dealers hop pond to sell in Victoria

Two men from mainland busted on Wednesday with one other