Mike Davies

The giant number 41 that adorned signs at the street and on the building at 2775 Spencer Rd. is no longer there. The number was said to refer to the fourth and first letters of the alphabet

Biker clubhouse saga continues in Langford

City of Langford awaiting response to B.C. Supreme Court injunction against owners of Spencer Road property

The giant number 41 that adorned signs at the street and on the building at 2775 Spencer Rd. is no longer there. The number was said to refer to the fourth and first letters of the alphabet
The photography work of Colwood artist Christine Henry is showing at the Bear's Den cafe at Bear Mountain and hopes to spend more time writing. She is working on an autobiographical examination of children as caregivers for their parents.

Colwood photographer to take on autobiography

Christine Henry's photo journalism on display at Bear Mountain cafe

The photography work of Colwood artist Christine Henry is showing at the Bear's Den cafe at Bear Mountain and hopes to spend more time writing. She is working on an autobiographical examination of children as caregivers for their parents.
This building on Spencer Road in Langford is about to become a chapter house for the Devil's Army – a Hells Angels affiliate.

Langford takes different tack on biker clubhouse

Zoning regulations could force facility operators to restrict use of Spencer Rd. building

This building on Spencer Road in Langford is about to become a chapter house for the Devil's Army – a Hells Angels affiliate.

Sewage levy increases bother Greater Victoria mayors

Langford's Stew Young among those seeking CRD policy change on funding model

History lesson at Royal Roads on Thursday

It's been 100 years since the first gas attack of WW1, and Dr. Geoffrey Bird has recently toured the sites of that battle

Minister of Transportation Todd Stone

Leigh Road offramp announced

Goldstream Avenue and Spencer Avenue exits to close

Minister of Transportation Todd Stone

Upcoming opportunities to discuss mental health in SD62 schools

Ongoing emotional well-being of students up for discussion in Langford next week

This building on Spencer Road in Langford is about to become a chapter house for the Devil's Army – a Hells Angels affiliate.

Concerns raised about biker clubhouse in Langford

RCMP say they are 'closely monitoring the situation' at Spencer Road building

This building on Spencer Road in Langford is about to become a chapter house for the Devil's Army – a Hells Angels affiliate.
Teacher Maureen Garry directs a group of David Cameron Elementary students through one of their last rehearsals before the big day on Monday

Music Monday to fill The Q Centre with song

Students from around West Shore join those around the country

Teacher Maureen Garry directs a group of David Cameron Elementary students through one of their last rehearsals before the big day on Monday
Leigh Road between Dunford Avenue and Goldstream Avenue is scheduled for upgrades.

Leigh Road construction improvement project

Road improvements on Leigh Road between Dunford and Goldstream Avenues will force delays in Langford.

Leigh Road between Dunford Avenue and Goldstream Avenue is scheduled for upgrades.
Westshore Parks and Recreation preschool instructor holds the tube that releases the last of the approximately 500 rainbow trout into Glen Lake after the children each got the chance to release individual ones by bucket.

Trout-ed to a show at Glen Lake fish release

Rainbow trout released into Glen Lake, a lesson for preschool students

Westshore Parks and Recreation preschool instructor holds the tube that releases the last of the approximately 500 rainbow trout into Glen Lake after the children each got the chance to release individual ones by bucket.

Recycling day changed for 3,000 homes

Check CRD website to see if you need to put your recycling out on a different day

Grade-12 carpentry student James Pitman-Jelley measures off and cuts a board for one of the sheds they’re producing in the program. The sheds are built above residential building code for houses to give the students real-world experience about standards and are sold off once completed to recoup the cost of the materials and keep the program afloat.

Students gain head start on career in the trades

‘Overbuilt sheds’ are a path to apprenticeships for Belmont students

Grade-12 carpentry student James Pitman-Jelley measures off and cuts a board for one of the sheds they’re producing in the program. The sheds are built above residential building code for houses to give the students real-world experience about standards and are sold off once completed to recoup the cost of the materials and keep the program afloat.

Wastewater treatment Innovation Days happening at Royal Roads

Technologies proposed for wastewater treatment facility are being presented to the public this week

Community hosts spring cleanup in Highlands

Volunteers needed to help remove litter and other waste around West Shore municipality

West Shore Lions Club member Kurt Dogwin

West Shore Lions doing ‘what they can, when they can’

Service club members aging, but they’re still making a difference
in West Shore communities

West Shore Lions Club member Kurt Dogwin
Linda Simrose shows off a small selection of work that will be taking over Glow Arts Studio and Gallery in Metchosin as of May. Simrose will be curating an ocean-themed show that will see her gallery transformed from its current state into a sea of blues and greens.

Metchosin artist ‘Glow’-ing with the flow

Gallery re-invents itself with new theme

Linda Simrose shows off a small selection of work that will be taking over Glow Arts Studio and Gallery in Metchosin as of May. Simrose will be curating an ocean-themed show that will see her gallery transformed from its current state into a sea of blues and greens.
Approximately 3.3 per cent of British Columbians

Down side of multi-billion dollar gambling industry in spotlight

Responsible gambling road show winds up week in Greater Victoria

Approximately 3.3 per cent of British Columbians
Désirée McGraw has been named president and head of college at Pearson College in Metchosin. She is the first female head of college in the institution's 40-year history.

Pearson College names new president and head of college

First female head of college in institution's 40-year history excited to get started

Désirée McGraw has been named president and head of college at Pearson College in Metchosin. She is the first female head of college in the institution's 40-year history.
Concerned Thetis Heights resident Tony Jennings finds his own home on an image of his neighbourhood at an open house Tuesday in Langford.

Thetis Heights neighbours concerned about prospective townhome complex in Langford

Open house staged by developer seeks to gain public input, hear concerns

Concerned Thetis Heights resident Tony Jennings finds his own home on an image of his neighbourhood at an open house Tuesday in Langford.