Local News

Victoria mayor hopes ninth attempt to redesign Ship Point will go through

Revised master plan for waterfront site includes plazas, festival piers and more

Arrest made in 30-year homicide cold case of Oak Bay High grads

55-year-old William Earl Talbott II of Seatac was taken into custody Thursday

VIDEO: Five youth taken to hospital after late night crash on Beach Drive

Oak Bay public works called in to repair infrastructure damage early next week

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Update on Trans Canada Highway van and fuel truck accident
Denise Blackwell pleased with new government foresight
Premier Horgan announces new elementary school site in Langford
Royal Bay student chops off locks for cancer

Meet the pharaohs: RBCM Egyptian exhibit now open

Over 300 original artifacts are on display in Victoria from museums around the world

Two suspects wanted in relation to Beacon Hill Stabbing

The Victoria Police Department is looking for two young women involved in an attempted robbery

WATCH: North Saanich school teacher wins PM’s award

Candice Lee at Deep Cove School recognized for her multicultural focus

Central Saanich Little League ready to build new training facility

League to spend $168,000 on indoor battling, pitching space

SETTING SAIL: Swiftsure yacht race takes to Victoria waters

For 75 years, sailors from across the globe have taken part in premier event

Fort Rodd Hill hosts annual historic military encampment

Equipment, uniforms and vehicle from Canada’s military past will be on display

Fed up Metchosin residents start block watch group

Online group encourages residents to report thefts to police

Phillips Brewery creates ale trail after tank valve leak sends beer into Victoria street

Neighbours reported a certain aroma filling the air, as beer and foam hopped curbs

Colwood eyes speed cushions near Esquimalt Lagoon

City investigating several options to reduce speed

Sidney bans retail recreational cannabis – temporarily

Town wants to get regulations in place before expected legalization

Colwood moving forward with OCP, despite concerns

Local group ‘disappointed’ council hasn’t addressed concerns

Vancouver Island under burn ban starting May 18

Small campfires still allowed under Cat. 2 open fire prohibition

  • May 17th, 2018

Railway groups disappointed with premier’s comments

Advocates maintain rail is still best option