Kyle Slavin

Stantec engineer Paul Dudzinski inspects the underside of Craigflower Bridge

Municipalities monitor deterioration of Craigflower Bridge

Craigflower Bridge is not falling down, but it’s being inspected routinely just to be sure.

Stantec engineer Paul Dudzinski inspects the underside of Craigflower Bridge
Saanich police Insp. Scott Green

TOUR de ROCK: Touched by cancer

For Saanich police officers, the annual Tour de Rock trek is a personal journey

Saanich police Insp. Scott Green

Police take down alleged drug dealer in quiet Saanich neighbourhood

A 35-year-old man, who unsuccessfully fled from Saanich and Regional Crime Unit officers, now faces multiple drug trafficking and weapons-related charges.

Lone toddler left sweltering in SUV

A mother who left her three-year-old girl locked inside an SUV in the hot sun came back to find police waiting.

Death’s shades of grey

When I read that Jack Kevorkian died a couple weeks back, my immediate reaction was, “Good riddance.”

UPDATE: Dead woman found in park had been reported missing to VicPD

UPDATE: Dead woman found in park had been reported missing to VicPD

Animals better protected in B.C, thanks in part to Saanich officer’s efforts

Const. Jason Whittaker goes to work with a bit more reassurance these days, knowing full well that his four-legged partner, Brock, is protected from harm.

Forms for 2011 census in the mail Monday

One hundred years from now, challenges await genealogist Melanie Arscott’s successor.Monday marks…

Tara Paterson

AT ISSUE: Advocates aim to reverse rise in apathy

Camosun student Kelly Hooge doesn’t have time for politics.As finals wrap this…

Tara Paterson

Advanced poll numbers way up in Greater Victoria

Greater Victoria had the best advanced polling turnout among all electoral districts in B.C.
Estimates released Tuesday show advanced voting spiked 34.5 per cent nationwide, compared to the 2008 federal vote.

Penny Stone

Easter can be sad season for ‘starter pet’ rabbits, SPCA says

Penny Stone wants to clear up some rabbit misconceptions.They require more responsibility…

Penny Stone

Police arrest three men after long-standing fraud case exposed

Three Greater Victoria men were arrested this week following what police are…

Bill Pearce looks over his new apartment in the Olympic Vista complex. Pearce is the first person selected to move into the new housing

Vancouver Olympics athletes’ suites ready for re-use as Saanich social housing

New social housing project in Saanich prepares to open its doors

Bill Pearce looks over his new apartment in the Olympic Vista complex. Pearce is the first person selected to move into the new housing
James Nelson

Elk Lake rowers ask Saanich for another $50K loan

As renovations to the Elk Lake Boathouse near completion, Saanich council will…

James Nelson
Canada's federal election is May 2.

May vies for place alongside John A. in Victoria’s history

Elizabeth May could have something in common with John A. MacDonald, Canada’s…

Canada's federal election is May 2.

Peeper caught looking into SMUS dorm

A man who police say was peering into the windows of the…

Saanich nixes turning ALR into suburbia

Five years ago Saanich council likely would’ve given the green light to…

Parking variance sparks transit debate at UVic

An addition to the University of Victoria's bookstore to better accommodate the…

UVic students favour banning retail bottled water

Students at the University of Victoria overwhelmingly support the university banning the…