Erin Cardone

Police pipers perform in China

This is the first time the band, comprised of current and retired officers and civilians, has performed outside of Canad

Christmas presents hope for job-seekers

Region’s employment outlook shows 10 per cent net increase

Employment database for retirees opens in Victoria

Third Quarter aims to tap into skills of people over 50

Cougar spotted near Esquimalt school

CFB Esquimalt employee saw big cat near Macaulay elementary

Const. Kris Rice with VicPD's strike force unit holds two large rocks of crack-cocaine in front of cash and other drugs seized from a Songhees Road apartment on Thurdsay

Longstanding dial-a-dope ring cracked: VicPD

$70,000 worth of drugs netted from Songhees-area apartment; drugs also seized in unrelated Esquimalt drug bust

Const. Kris Rice with VicPD's strike force unit holds two large rocks of crack-cocaine in front of cash and other drugs seized from a Songhees Road apartment on Thurdsay

One-woman drug supply cut off: police

Week-long investigation culminates in arrest at Esquimalt apartment

Janet Barney

Posties apologize for poor service

Letter carrier union says improvements must come from Canada Post

Janet Barney

Classic boats on show for weekend festival

Victoria Classic Boat Festival celebrates its 34th year this weekend, featuring up to 100 sail- and motor-powered vessels in Victoria’s Inner Harbour.

Labour Day’s roots must not be forgotten: labour leader

Holiday stems from workers pushing for better conditions

Human chain sheds light on mental health

Event organizer says gov’t must improve services for all ages

Muriel Jean Veinot

Snail mail lives up to its name

When her friend failed to call to confirm the lunch date she had set, Muriel Jean Veinot was confused.

Muriel Jean Veinot
Ezra Velazquez

Churches on the hunt for food

Region-wide food drive planned for Sept. 17

Ezra Velazquez

Man stabbed in botched drug deal: police

Police say a drug deal gone awry could be to blame for a stabbing in downtown Victoria on Monday night

More sheriffs destined for Victoria courtrooms

Hiring freeze saw numbers dwindle, cases delayed

Man accused of murder faces court

Joshua Tyler Bredo, 26, charged with second-degree murder in Aug. 3 stabbing incident

Muriel Jean Veinot

Postal delivery times ‘idiocy’: resident

Deliveries taking nine to 12 days astound woman

Muriel Jean Veinot
Daniel J. Levesque plays at the Baja Surf Grill in Victoria in early July. He was killed in a double-stabbing incident in an upscale condo on Cormorant Street on Aug. 3.

Man could be charged in downtown Victoria stabbing death

Joshua Tyler Bredo will likely be charged in connection with stabbing death of Daniel James Levesque

Daniel J. Levesque plays at the Baja Surf Grill in Victoria in early July. He was killed in a double-stabbing incident in an upscale condo on Cormorant Street on Aug. 3.
Sohail Mahbobi shows off the Persian rug that took him 20 years to complete. Mahbobi learned the art of rug making in his native Iran and began creating this particular rug shortly after to moving to Victoria in 1991.

Rug a woven gateway to Baha’i man’s past

Injustice in Iran brough Sohail Mahbobi to Victoria

Sohail Mahbobi shows off the Persian rug that took him 20 years to complete. Mahbobi learned the art of rug making in his native Iran and began creating this particular rug shortly after to moving to Victoria in 1991.

Victoria businessman facing fraud charges

Pavel Zika is suspected of frauds relating to his Victoria businesses

Man arrested in Toronto for Victoria murder

Major crimes detectives issued Canada-wide warrant in May for 2.5-year-old murder