Mike Davies

Deb Haire

30th Annual Home Expo to take over West Shore venues

Something for everyone at this weekend's event at West Shore Parks and Rec

Deb Haire
Mary Lummerding leads a room of Toasmasters youth members in an activity during a recent open house.

Toastmasters for youth taking off on West Shore, but room remains in group

Self-confidence, communication skills among benefits of free program

Mary Lummerding leads a room of Toasmasters youth members in an activity during a recent open house.

UPDATED: Langford man arrested on child pornography charges

Kevin James Wolski, 40, released on $5,000 bail with 12 conditions

After lengthy negotiations with all 18 mobile home owners

150-unit rental building to replace former trailer park in Langford

Two-year redevelopment, rezoning process culminates in sale of property to Vancouver real estate developer

After lengthy negotiations with all 18 mobile home owners

Belmont students are set to go hungry Thursday

30-Hour Famine raises awareness and funds for charities who help feed those in need

Luxton property to be temporary industrial site

Neighbours may face dust, noise while work takes place over next 12 months

Neighbours angry about impending townhouse complex

Petition with nearly 100 names fails to sway Langford council

UPDATED: RCMP have ‘violent prolific offender’ in custody

After chase into Highlands and extended search of the area, police have arrested armed car thief

A parade of veterans

GALLERY: Remembering Vimy Ridge

Veterans, serving members, cadets and first responders remember those we lost in April, 1917

A parade of veterans
Belmont secondary principal Ray Miller checks in with some students in the hall
Belmont secondary principal Ray Miller checks in with some students in the hall
Jennifer Harrison

WorkLink making it work

Local non-profit holding open house to show off how they are helping people find employment

Jennifer Harrison
Ruthanne Doyle of Ecoasis says Turnberry – their current offering – is quaint and cozy

HOMEFINDER: Ecoasis and the new Bear Mountain

Development company looks to shift golf-centric focus for Langford residences

Ruthanne Doyle of Ecoasis says Turnberry – their current offering – is quaint and cozy
Ian Johnson

FEATURE SERIES Pt. 2: Exam-ining education in the Sooke School District

Is there enough money flowing to public education?

Ian Johnson
Langford Coun. Lanny Seaton listens to View Royal Mayor David Screech make a point at Tuesday’s regional sewage committee meeting at the Songhees Wellness Centre. Screech questioned how well an upcoming sewage treatment technology showcase will inform residents about the options.

View Royal mayor not sold on idea of sewage technology fair

Upcoming event at Royal Roads to show results of research thus far

Langford Coun. Lanny Seaton listens to View Royal Mayor David Screech make a point at Tuesday’s regional sewage committee meeting at the Songhees Wellness Centre. Screech questioned how well an upcoming sewage treatment technology showcase will inform residents about the options.
Windy Beadall

Principal treats school visitors with a royal flair

Royal Bay secondary in Colwood evolving into one sparkling community facility

Windy Beadall
From left: PO1 Michael Gringras

Scrap metal fundraiser supporting cadets

Navy League looks to expand opportunities for youth

From left: PO1 Michael Gringras
FEATURE SERIES Pt. 1: Exam-ining education in the Sooke School District

FEATURE SERIES Pt. 1: Exam-ining education in the Sooke School District

Part One: Statistics are more complicated than they first appear

FEATURE SERIES Pt. 1: Exam-ining education in the Sooke School District
Some of the volunteers who help Canada Comforts with their mission

Comforts of home sent lovingly from Canada

Seniors’ centre in Colwood becomes a workshop to help developing countries

Some of the volunteers who help Canada Comforts with their mission

MIKE DAVIES: Trust is becoming more and more difficult

Columnist laments societal loss of trust due to seeming increase in people who prey on unwariness

Sooke School District secretary/treasurer Harold Cull goes through the changes in this year’s district budget for those in attendance at this week’s public presentation of the proposal. This slide outlines how high the previous two budgets were on the “Suck Meter.”

Extra funds available for school district

Additional money will help, but won’t restore past cuts

Sooke School District secretary/treasurer Harold Cull goes through the changes in this year’s district budget for those in attendance at this week’s public presentation of the proposal. This slide outlines how high the previous two budgets were on the “Suck Meter.”