Tim Collins

Gord Simons

Thrifty’s continues to show its commitment to community

Thrifty Foods donates $23,000 to Easter Seals British Columbia/Yukon

Gord Simons
Gord Simons

Thrifty Foods’ community commitment continues

Donation to Easter Seals only part of company’s annual giving efforts

Gord Simons
The CanUS Hot Jazz Band

Jazz sextet has West Shore component

CanUS Hot Jazz Band regular performers at Hermann’s

The CanUS Hot Jazz Band
This home on Timber View in the Bear Mountain neighbourhood is currently priced at $1.4 million. A total of 23 homes on Bear Mountain have sold for $1 million or more this year.

HOMEFINDER: Luxury home sales spike in Greater Victoria

Bear Mountain provides good example of popularity of $1-million plus homes

This home on Timber View in the Bear Mountain neighbourhood is currently priced at $1.4 million. A total of 23 homes on Bear Mountain have sold for $1 million or more this year.
Mark Breslauer is president and CEO at Monk Office

Monk Office celebrates 65 years of success on Vancouver Island

Company has grown to be the largest office product provider in B.C.

Mark Breslauer is president and CEO at Monk Office
Emma Locke

Langford girl young ambassador for Children’s Hospital

Emma Locke’s story to be told at Harvest on the Harbour fundraiser

Emma Locke
Three of the four founders of the charity group 100+ Real Estate Agents Who Care

HOMEFINDER: Realtors give back with special fundraising program

SellER’S TIP: An experienced real estate agent can save you time and money when buying or selling a home

Three of the four founders of the charity group 100+ Real Estate Agents Who Care
The vacancy rate in Greater Victoria is around 0.6 per cent

HOMEFINDER: Renters face a competitive market

Finding a rental home especially challenging for pet owners and families

The vacancy rate in Greater Victoria is around 0.6 per cent
This character home

HOMEFINDER: The good, bad and ugly of older home renovation

Many challenges with upgrading older homes, but the reward can be worth it

This character home

Still time to vote online for local faves in Best of the City

Help choose this year’s winners in a multitude of categories; have a chance to win cash

Dan Marten

Phase one of E&N Rail Trail completed

CRD sets sights on completing West Shore phase next

Dan Marten
Tony Joe

HOMEFINDER: Booms and busts fuel region’s housing market

BUYER’S TIP | Get to know your mortgage expert; they don’t charge for consultations

Tony Joe
Westshore Christmas Hamper Fund vice-president/treasurer Paul Patrick

Hampers made holidays less bleak for many West Shore families

Nearly 700 area households were helped by program in 2014

Westshore Christmas Hamper Fund vice-president/treasurer Paul Patrick
Westshore Triathlon co-founders Kirk Lewis and Stephanie Carter

New Langford triathlon may fit your New Year’s resolutions

There are plenty of opportunities to create a healthier lifestyle

Westshore Triathlon co-founders Kirk Lewis and Stephanie Carter
Ajay Parikh-Friese is part of the Kaleidoscope Theatre’s performance of Pan at the MacPherson Theatre.

Take a look at Pan through Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope Theatre’s production of Pan, the retelling of J.M. Barrie’s timeless story of Peter Pan

Ajay Parikh-Friese is part of the Kaleidoscope Theatre’s performance of Pan at the MacPherson Theatre.
Erin McFadyen

Job fair response highlights tough employment market

Hundreds line up for one-day job fair at GT Hiring Solutions

Erin McFadyen
Scott Ott joined about 130 people outside Oak Bay-Gordon Head MLA Ida Chong’s office on Shelbourne Street during a Day of Action protest against pipelines and oil tankers on B.C.’s coast.

Pipeline protesters disappointed MLA a no-show for rally

About 130 protesters gathered at noon Wednesday on the sidewalk outside Ida Chong’s constituency office

Scott Ott joined about 130 people outside Oak Bay-Gordon Head MLA Ida Chong’s office on Shelbourne Street during a Day of Action protest against pipelines and oil tankers on B.C.’s coast.