Natalie North

Gorge swimming is all in the family

Locals have the chance to return to the old days of swimming on the Gorge this Sunday, like Jack Wellburn’s family did 90 years ago.

Playing in the sand

Champion sculptor creates 28-tonne art for Cadboro Bay Festival

Victoria’s folk festival adds international flavour

FolkWest gives second year a go

Despite geese, regional lakes clean enough for swimmers

This year has seen an increase in geese on Elk lake, but bacteria levels are well within what’s considered safe for swimming.

New era for erotic lit?

Fifty Shades fad driving desire to become more sexual, says Victoria sex therapist

Column: Top 10 reasons to read this

Did you happen to note that Victoria was recently ranked Number 2 on a list of most creative cities in Canada?

Jailed teens share insider stories

Graphic novel aims to break cycle of illiteracy, youth in custody

Never too old to put pep in your step

Researcher seeks inactive seniors to study cognitive benefits of walking

Highway speed demon faces criminal charge

A Victoria man suspected filming himself careening down the Trans-Canada Highway at 300 kilometres per hour now faces a criminal charge.

Langford man seeks title of worst driver in Victoria

Saanich police nab allegedly impaired driver with no licence and a lengthy history of driving prohibitions

Victoria gains international recognition for ska scene

Ska Fest still going strong 13 years in

Proposed teacher’s contract brings relief, frustration

Greater Victoria teachers' union leader opposes deal

Reading the rhythms of your keyboard

A new biometric technology makes it possible to identify the person behind the monitor based on keystroke habits and mouse movements alone.

Saanich-based online company gains momentum in B.C. high schools

Chatter High entices students, teachers with cash and prizes

Tall Tree III this weekend

Port Renfrew hosts weekend of Victoria-made music

UVic, Camosun students show Solidarité!

Post-secondary students in Greater Victoria support their Quebec counterparts with casserole march

Wartime farce retains message 100 years later

Shaw classic opens at McPherson Theatre

Seeing a celestial yardstick

Transit of Venus across sun won’t happen again for 105 years

CRD seeks driver’s seat of transit planning

Directors pitch plan to take over the Victoria Regional Transit Commission

Water walk offers empathy for developing world

Positively Africa is challenging residents of Greater Victoria to carry water 10 km in support of clean water