Mike Davies

Running back/slot receiver Jordan Worth signs his commitment paperwork alongside Westshore Rebels head coach J.C. Boyce and team president Elise Pastro on National Signing Day

West Shore community support for Rebels evident on national signing day

Excitement builds for summer football season at Westhills Stadium

Running back/slot receiver Jordan Worth signs his commitment paperwork alongside Westshore Rebels head coach J.C. Boyce and team president Elise Pastro on National Signing Day
Western painted turtles

RRU group follows plight of western painted turtle

Students work on plan for Langford to foster habitat protection

Western painted turtles
Belmont student Paige Sutton

Local teen looks to leverage lacrosse into an education

Well-travelled Belmont student continues to aim high for career

Belmont student Paige Sutton

West Shore Parks and Rec. proposes price changes

Some fees up, some going down; councils need to approve new fee structure

Dunsmuir middle school in Colwood will be undergoing more than $10-million worth of seismic upgrades starting this summer. The project is scheduled to be completed in December 2016.

Dunsmuir middle school to receive $10.2-million seismic upgrade

Colwood school SD62's next in line for safety improvements

Dunsmuir middle school in Colwood will be undergoing more than $10-million worth of seismic upgrades starting this summer. The project is scheduled to be completed in December 2016.
Kylie

Colwood family celebrate birthdays with less fortunate

Giving back is becoming a tradition in the St. Pierre household

Kylie
View Royal resident Kathleen Burton found these box traps in her neighbourhood. A note from another concerned citizen implored the ‘trapper’ to stop the action.

View Royal ‘squirrel’ traps prompt calls from neighbour

No rule preventing use of traps on private property, but disposition of trapped animal depends upon species

View Royal resident Kathleen Burton found these box traps in her neighbourhood. A note from another concerned citizen implored the ‘trapper’ to stop the action.
Lois Mitchell

View Royal environmental researcher honoured

Leader in the field of computational modeling has a diverse portfolio

Lois Mitchell

Witnesses sought in daylight robbery attempt

Teen accosted under bridge waited four days to report incident; police seek driver who slowed down

Island Health hopes a new smartphone app can eventually take the place of pagers for internal communication within hospitals.

Island Heath hopes smartphone app improves internal communication

Research project involving two Island hospitals sees increase in triage capabilities

Island Health hopes a new smartphone app can eventually take the place of pagers for internal communication within hospitals.

VGH gets infants ventilator

$20,000 donation from Rexall enables purchase of NICU equipment

The photos and notes of Harry Huston Crawford

Engineering marvel’s history spotlighted in film by Belmont teacher

Missing links to story of region’s water supply chain described in book

The photos and notes of Harry Huston Crawford
Colwood resident Carol Scheidl shows off one of her ever-increasing collection of crowns from her short time on the “natural pageant” scene.

Building self-esteem in non-traditional ways

West Shore mom not your typical pageant winner

Colwood resident Carol Scheidl shows off one of her ever-increasing collection of crowns from her short time on the “natural pageant” scene.
Les Bjola of Turner Lane Developments tells those in attendance at Monday's Planning

Next phase of highway corridor project headed to council

Nearby residents present laundry list of concerns to committee

Les Bjola of Turner Lane Developments tells those in attendance at Monday's Planning
Skateboarder Alexander Kotanko leaps into the air at the West Shore Skatepark behind Belmont school.

Time to act to find new home for skatepark

If Langford is looking for a skatepark, the time to start is now

Skateboarder Alexander Kotanko leaps into the air at the West Shore Skatepark behind Belmont school.
Director of instruction at Olympic View Golf Club Jeff Palmer helps Brad Cameron with his swing positioning out at the practice facility. The GBC Academy at Olympic View was recently named a National Junior Golf Development Centre by Golf Canada.

Golf Canada recognition an important step for Olympic View: GM

GBC Academy named National Junior Golf Development Centre

Director of instruction at Olympic View Golf Club Jeff Palmer helps Brad Cameron with his swing positioning out at the practice facility. The GBC Academy at Olympic View was recently named a National Junior Golf Development Centre by Golf Canada.

Group Therapy coming to Metchosin

Golf course hosts local band for monthly Metchosin Bandwagon Music Night

Vendor review session for summer market

Prospective vendors intending to sell at Goldstream Market should attend this week's meeting

Gilbert Lowe

‘Vegan Geezer’ leaves for Halifax – on his bike

View Royal resident attempts to cross the nation raising funds for cystic fibrosis

Gilbert Lowe

Improving mental health for students

Forums discuss what can be done within the education system to promote good mental health