Skip to content

News

Capital Region mulls burning garbage to generate power

Island communities phased out incinerating garbage decades ago, but the Capital Regional District has put burning back on the agenda.

High bacteria advisory issued at Hamsterly Beach

Swimmers advised to stay out of water
In Royal Bay, the weeds are winning

In Royal Bay, the weeds are winning

It's been burned, coated in chemicals and attacked with clippers, and still the milk thistle continues to thrive in the Royal Bay nighbourhood of Colwood.

Man arrested in Toronto for Victoria murder

Major crimes detectives issued Canada-wide warrant in May for 2.5-year-old murder
Retiring the badge: Easing the abuptness from the beat to post-career

Retiring the badge: Easing the abuptness from the beat to post-career

Unique program will help Victoria cops make transition into civilian life

Mail-in ballots tried and true

Victoria to continue polling-station alternative in November election
Modern-day gold rush on

Modern-day gold rush on

With gold selling for record prices, many people are parting with family heirlooms

Esquimalt gets first look at $41m twin-tower project

If Sherri Robinson’s great-great-grandfather could see the $41-million development of two 12-storey condominiums proposed for the site of their former inn, she said he would be pleased.
Service comes before photo-ops on new B.C. website

Service comes before photo-ops on new B.C. website

Government communications have traditionally been built around a stream of propaganda, with the emphasis on pictures and text arranged to show the ruling politicians of the day in a flattering light.

U.S. resident pleads guilt to trafficking pot, possession of a prohibited weapon

Man also wanted in the U.S. on several charges