Community

Japanese-immersion preschool opens in historic Craigflower Schoolhouse

First-of-its-kind program operates in B.C.’s oldest school building

Patients’ memories sparked by the soundtrack of their lives

Patients with dementia, Alzheimer’s re-connect through Music and Memory, a program soon to be launched in Victoria

Royal Canadian Legion provides student bursaries

10 students win bursaries following fundraising campaign

video
The West Shore road maintenance company that planned for massive snow
What would you do if you missed out on $1-million dollars?
Canadian Tire replaces stolen toys for Salvation Army
Ask Santa

‘Blog’ and ‘celebrity’ in, ‘otter’ and ‘acorn’ out: dictionary changes upset Island students

Qualicum Beach students react to removal of words from Oxford Junior Dictionary

Saanich dog raised equivalent of about $250,000 during and after First World War

‘Mighty’ Muggins met a future British king and others in becoming an international celebrity

Where to watch Super Bowl 53 in and around Greater Victoria

New England Patriots to face off against Los Angeles Rams

Youngster aims to raise awareness for Brain Tumour Walk in Victoria in May

Parksville’s Kaiden Finley, 11, continues to help others during cancer battle

Are you a ‘missed connection’ in Victoria?

Cragislist feature still wildly popular in Greater Victoria

Former tenant returns to repair emergency shelter

Mike De Palma of Flintstones masonry stayed at Kiwanis shelter

Victoria speakers gather for inspirational conference

The Inspired Living Summit 2019 will bring together local motivators

READER PHOTOS: Fiery sky over Greater Victoria

A collection of photos sent in by our readers from the Jan. 30 sunset

Goldstream Park clean up looking for volunteers this weekend

Local resident organizing park clean up, free shuttle for volunteers

Victoria creator launches mental health app

Rootd has more than 50,000 downloads since its prelaunch

Saanich author shares historical story of feminism, Indigenous strength

Peggy Herring’sresearch for Anna, Like Thunder will be presented at the Maritime Museum of B.C.

Let’s Talk: Messages of hope for mental health from Black Press in Victoria

Staff members encourage community to learn more about mental health awareness

Black Press Media reporter chosen for prestigious leadership academy

Erin Haluschak to attend the Poynter Institute Leadership Academy for Women in Digital Media

Christmas trees recycled into $18,000 for kids with diverse abilities

Volunteers come together during January events

  • Jan 29, 2019