Community

‘Paws’ this weekend and fight animal cruelty in B.C.

The BC SPCA is centralizing its Paws for a Cause event to just six community events in B.C.

School zone speed limits in effect today

Back-to-school speed enforcement campaigns now in effect

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Sights from the Mayor's Annual Charity Golf Tournament at Bear Mountain
Kristine Marshall teaches children about falconry
Lavender lads continue fundraiser this month
School is in, so watch your speed

Growing the South Island: Vern Michell, Michell Farms

“You’re doing a good job, you should get 35 cents an hour now!”

Saanich student speaks out on homelessness

Arbutus student speaks about Regina Park camp at symposium on homelessness

Garry oak meadow restoration underway at Lochside Trail

Peninsula Streams to host meeting about Garry oak meadow, Sept. 6

Problem intersection could send Cadboro Bay traffic in circles

Group calls for traffic circle on Cadboro Bay Road at Beach Drive

Wrap up your summer on one of Vancouver Island’s best beaches

Big read: Fourteen picture-perfect places to catch a few rays this long weekend

Cars, Rods and Rides attracts wide variety of vehicles to Esquimalt

Seventh annual event happens Sept. 8 on Archie Browning Sports Centre parking lot

Jaguars, Aston Martins, MGs and more: British invasion taking over Government House

The 24th annual English Car Affair in the Park is set for Sept. 8

Students struggling with Greater Victoria’s tight housing market

Thousands of young adults flood into the Captial Region each September to attend classes at UVIC, Camosun and Royal Roads

VIDEO: Humpbacks breach so close man can smell whale

B.C. man could have reached out and touched ‘playful’ whales

Little free libraries popping up in the West Shore

Little libraries help to build community

Growing the South Island: Jack Mar, Mar Farms

“At one time, the profit from farming made for a good living, but today it’s a huge expense to get into farming.”

Growing the South Island: John Pendray, Pendray Farms

“I was born on a farm in Saanich down by Swan Lake 93 years ago, so I have seen a change or two”

Work with Saanich Police offers students clues about themselves

Six post-secondary students spend summer working with Crime Prevention Team

Take part in an owl hike at Mill Hill Park

Learn some owl calls, among other things from a CRD naturalist