Community

Fill the railcar to help feed Victoria’s homeless

A community food drive for the Salvation Army

Local leaders of all ages honoured at National Philanthropy Day event

Awards in six categories given to Victoria residents who are leaders in giving back

West Shore’s largest food drive to return Dec. 5

10,000 Tonight will take place at Royal Bay Secondary School

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Victoria Grizzlies meet Military Family Resource Centre's daycare children
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Meet B.C.'s oldest lawyer
Trauma compounded her mental health

Gingerbread Showcase returns for another year of delicious fun in Victoria

Funds raised from the event support Habitat for Humanity Victoria’s build in Central Saanich

Pearkes book sale will have 15,000 titles

Some seek volume of books while others hunt early editions in annual Saanich sale

Bouquet sales support big dreams in Greater Victoria

Country Grocer features holiday bouquets for Help Fill a Dream

Greater Victoria holiday craft fair roundup for Nov. 16 to 18

Check off all of the items on your shopping list at these great events

‘Good Samaritan’ honoured for saving man from capsized canoe

BC Ambulance Service said Rob Clifford’s actions saved man’s life in December 2017 incident

Good energy marks third annual celebration of welcome pole

Nov. 22 is Sno’uyutth day in Oak Bay with good energy at Windsor Park beginning at 7 p.m.

Oak Bay artist celebrates 100 years

Centenarian matriarch credits active artistic lifestyle

Firefighters rescue horse stuck in Saanich mud

‘It happens more often than you’d think,’ says deputy chief

Talent show: B.C. girl, 8, memorizes entire periodic table

Grade 4 student Maya Lakhanpal heads to B.C. talent show finals with unique talent

Students schooled on West Shore RCMP

Presentations cover different elements of policing

  • Nov 14, 2018

Victoria libraries choose quirky books to keep everyone entertained

Comics, spoofs, and off-beat hobbies among popular selections

Memories of an uncle and Remembrance Day

Father-figure remembered fondly

  • Nov 11, 2018

Langford Legion’s poppy campaign to help community, keep Remembrance Day traditions alive

Langford Legion’s president said he thinks the importance of Remembrance Day is disappearing.

Remembering friends who were lost

Walter Carter was part of the Royal Air Force from 1942 to 1944

One day of remembering not enough for Colwood veteran

Gene Sheplawy served in the Royal Canadian Navy for 30 years