Esquimalt

Gillian Turner’s Clay Box Gallery and Studio opens in Esquimalt this month. (Courtesy of Gillian Turner)

Esquimalt welcomes two new art spaces

Pottery studio, community arts hub opening this month

 

One in custody after assault, barricade in Esquimalt Road residence

Victoria police closed down portion of the road Wednesday night during incident

 

Mutual aid talks fizzle between Greater Victoria fire departments

Victoria puts other core departments on notice

 

MISSING: Police searching for high-risk 74-year-old Esquimalt man

Albert Bedard missing for a second time this week

Esquimalt artists take to great outdoors amid coronavirus

Group invites budding, or just willing artists, to join at Saxe Point

New urgent and primary care centre coming to Esquimalt

Temporary site slated to open late spring 2021

Esquimalt Ribfest 2020 cancelled by COVID-19

Organizers had hoped for a ‘pandemic shift’

Esquimalt splash pad back in action

Esquimalt Adventure Park reopens July 6

United Way Greater Victoria launches Hi Neighbour program in Esquimalt

Feedback sought from residents about funding for micro community projects

Recreational services available in Esquimalt again

Gym access and youth camps to be offered, pool remains closed

  • Jun 23, 2020

Esquimalt elementary school under hold and secure following cougar sighting

Macauley students will be released one-by-one at the end of the day

Police board requests racial, gender analysis of Victoria police force

Board’s motion one of many working to address racism, discrimination in policing

Blooming Esquimalt garden tour goes virtual

Township offers tips, videos, photos of local gardens as legacy project goes online

Esquimalt’s Buccaneer Days cancelled due to COVID-19

The pirate-themed fair will take place in 2021

Two cannabis dispensaries in Esquimalt await provincial approval

Misty Mountain Cannabis and Alternative Aromatics Dispensary received rezoning from township

Esquimalt likely two years from starting deer birth control efforts

The Township needs provincial approval before more impactful steps are taken

Booms go up in Gorge Creek after hydrocarbon spill

The source of the spill is being investigated

COLUMN: Doctors, dog parks and more highlight 2019 in Esquimalt

Mayor Barb Desjardin talks successes for the Township this year