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Prom Closet helps Island grads get prom perfect

Hundreds of dresses and suits at February boutique are free for graduating students

Barbershop singers bring harmony to Valentine’s

Victoria’s Village Squires add song to the day of love

  • Feb 3rd, 2018

Stelly’s students hitting the town for donations

Annual can drive for the Sidney Lions Food Bank is Feb. 28

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West Shore Wally makes his Groundhog Day prediction
Orcas near Sechelt, B.C.
Victoria Health Show
Hitched: fashion show

Hallmark movie Once Upon a Prince filming in Metchosin

Film starring Megan Park and Jonathan Keltz uses fields and sea-scapes on Taylor Road

Langford’s Steve Drane still a motorcycle legend

Drane’s YouTube channel highlights all things motorcycle

Cheap treasures at the Legion

Ladies Auxiliary hosts annual book sale and mini garage sale Feb. 3

David Black donates film fees to charity

Manor rental fees donated to Victoria Hospice, a charity close to Black’s heart

A leap of faith to help end stigma

Naked Bungy Jump in Nanaimo helping support people with mental illness

Langford mourns loss of businessman, developer

Jog “Jogi” Raj Jaswal passed away on Sunday, Jan 28

Saanich students put innovative ideas in motion

First Lego League B.C. Championships set for Saturday at St. Margaret’s School

Flashback Film Fest features old favourites

Remastered classics should be seen on the big screen

Salmon carcasses placed, but salmon future in question

Douglas Creek restoration suffers, South Island salmon numbers dwindle

Revelstoke Death Café puts mortality front and centre

Death midwife Theresa Hamilton helps participants with the big questions surrounding life

Grief support now available thorough Esquimalt Neighbourhood House

Need is great, particularly with youth suicide and overdose deaths

Oak Bay lawyer recognized as a ‘trailblazer’ in family law

Trudi Brown, QC, is the first recipient of the Law Society of BC’s Excellence in FamilyLaw award

Esquimalt woman’s volunteerism is pitch perfect

Peggy Nancarrow says leading a music program for differently abled adults is best part of her week

Black History Month in Victoria and around B.C. a celebration of contributions

Chapters in proivince’s Black history continue to be written by work of local role models