Column: What’s up for November

The moon passes three pretty star clusters, a close conjunction of Venus and Jupiter, sparse meteorshowers and one comet

  • Nov 1st, 2017
Remembrance Day 2017
    Greater Victoria Public Library "Food for Fines" donation
      Students, local garden club taste fruits of labour
        Black Press Extreme Career Fair

          Web series scored in Oak Bay wins grant funding

          Against the Grain garners $10,000 grant from Storyhive

          Flock of Buffleheads turn up on the Saanich Peninsula

          Sea ducks are late arrivals on their migratory path this season

          Renovations at Saanich home turn up 70-year-old handmade book

          After contractors found a book behind a wall, a Saanich homeowner used social media to find its author

          Keep your pets safe this Halloween

          Halloween can be the most dangerous night of the year for your cats and dogs

          B.C. paramedic honoured for instructor excellence

          Chilliwack’s Bill Bailey has dedicated his life to improving trauma care for patients and providers

          A Sooke family affair

          Three generations are part of theatre troupe’s latest production

          • Oct 30th, 2017

          West Shore has rich haunted history

          Ghosts can sometimes be seen roaming the halls of Hatley Castle

          Beloved Victoria antique shop pooch passes, his presence mourned by many

          Supporters wanted off-leash exemption granted for Cody the golden retriever

          TIMELAPSE: Making of a bonsai tree

          See a one-and-half minute timelapse of Mark Paterson pruning a bonsai tree from scratch

          WATCH: Langford resident knows how to put a good scare into visitors

          Lesa Stadnek turns her garage into a hanuted Halloween maze full of surprises

          Positives come out of Victoria’s first Youth Food Conference

          Event achieves goal of broadening volunteer base and awareness of good food initiatives

          Victoria police officer earns kudos from province for school liaison work

          Const. Chris Gilbert earns a youth leadership award in advance of Crime Prevention Week

          SUZUKI: Government inaction, industry tactics increase caribou risks

          Oct. 5 came and went, and Canada’s boreal woodland caribou are still in trouble.

          • Oct 29th, 2017

          Annual salmon run swims into the West Shore

          The Goldstream Nature house suggests coming at the end of the month

          Oak Bay fire department, Kiwanis club team up for 68th bonfire

          Much-loved Halloween tradition continues at Fireman’s Park in Oak Bay

          Saanich business coach heads local eWomenNetwork

          Erin Acton the newest managing director of eWomenNetwork