Natalie North

Making miracles happen

David Foster Foundation fundraising gala begins Friday

Dark side of the sun

Skywatchers set for partial solar eclipse on Sunday

Selling Victoria on the big screen

Location manager turned film commissioner reveals tricks of the trade to attract productions to Greater Victoria

Art exhibition brings formerly homeless closer to public

Personal works created by Pacifica tenants are available to view during an opening exhibition at Island Blue Art Store.

Talking to (new) Canadians

Established Canadians join newcomers in a discussion at Saanich rec centre on what it means to be a citizen of Canada

Camosun appeals to aspiring comic artists

Comics and graphic novels program begins in the fall

Updated: Teachers to withdraw from extra curricular activities, write report cards

Overwhelming majority of B.C. teachers voted in favour of full withdraw from extracurricular activities.

Saanich recognized for early efforts to prevent violence

Municipality was first to support transition house

UVic palliative care expert weighs in on end-of-life ruminations

Stajduhar’s work exposes her to life’s most common last regrets – a topic that went viral after Bronnie Ware blogged about her experiences

Column: Underwater mysteries surround us

When Jacques Marc dove through the murky depths of Bedwell Bay, he knew what he was looking for but it still took him by surprise.

Shipwreck mystery lurks in the depths of Cadboro Bay

Two people who died were believed to have locked themselves in a cabin to save the large sums of money they held.

Annual blessing of the tartan set for Sunday

Wear a tartan and celebrate Scottish culture, starting at 10 a.m. at St. Aidan’s United Church, 3703 St. Aidan’s St. in Gordon Head.

Camosun College plans to cut media training, radio station

Applied communication program at college falls victim to budget cuts

Campbell River man runs length of Vancouver Island for the kids

Sixty-five-year-old Terry Kratzmann set off Wednesday on his 600-kilometre, tip-to-tip journey from Cape Scott Provincial Park to Mile Zero.

Oak Bay Half Marathon on track for a strong year

More than 500 runners have registered for the May 13 event, up about 100 from this time last year.

Feds agree not to de-staff lighthouses

Fate of those already de-staffed remains unknown

Young scribe enabled disabled vet to attain his master’s degree

Exposure to chemical radiation during his service with the Canadian Forces in Bosnia and Croatia left his hands burning from the inside out

Transit plans to expand service to UVic

Currently, UVic can accommodate 51 buses headed to campus during the Monday to Friday peak time between 8 and 9 a.m.

Jazz legend founds emergency fund for students

Ian McDougall’s latest recording to benefit those in fine arts

Camosun to lose estimated 15 to 20 jobs; UVic cuts costs by 1.5 per cent

Provincial funding to UVic and Camosun hasn’t increased, creating inflationary pressures on both institutions.