Anna James

Victoria’s Andrew Struthers’ new book an anthropological study on cannabis
Victoria’s Andrew Struthers’ new book an anthropological study on cannabis
Over 500 people attended the opening of Johnson Street Bridge, the City of Victoria’s biggest infrastructure project to date. Spencer Pickles/VICTORIA NEWS

BRIDGEMANIA! Victoria celebrates the biggest infrastructure project in its history

Over 100 million dollars and 10 years later — it’s finally here!

Over 500 people attended the opening of Johnson Street Bridge, the City of Victoria’s biggest infrastructure project to date. Spencer Pickles/VICTORIA NEWS
The new Johnson Street Bridge, here with the current bridge in the background, opens officially today with a community celebration starting at noon. Don Descoteau/Victoria News

OPEN: New Johnson Street Bridge unveiled today in Victoria

Celebrate the city’s biggest single infrastructure project

The new Johnson Street Bridge, here with the current bridge in the background, opens officially today with a community celebration starting at noon. Don Descoteau/Victoria News
Steve Bradley with his biography, ‘Two Miles West of Inyokern’. Photo supplied.

Victoria man Steve Bradley writes about 27-year addiction

Author has dedicated past 25 years to social service

Steve Bradley with his biography, ‘Two Miles West of Inyokern’. Photo supplied.
WATCH: Esquimalt A&W taped off for hazmat incident

WATCH: Esquimalt A&W taped off for hazmat incident

Traffic closed between Dominion Road and Head Street

WATCH: Esquimalt A&W taped off for hazmat incident
Victoria will play host to the first National Cannabis Convention on April 20 and 21. File photo

Canada’s first National Cannabis Convention to be held in Victoria

On April 20 & 21 industry leaders will meet to discuss upcoming legalization

Victoria will play host to the first National Cannabis Convention on April 20 and 21. File photo
27-year-old Christopher Bauer wants to help solve Victoria’s housing crisis, through his company that creates digital floor plans for single family homes and multi-family buildings.                                Anna James/                                VICTORIA NEWS

HOMEFINDER: Young entrepreneur plans to tackle rental housing crisis

Terra Floor Plans sells digital plans for multi-family rental homes

27-year-old Christopher Bauer wants to help solve Victoria’s housing crisis, through his company that creates digital floor plans for single family homes and multi-family buildings.                                Anna James/                                VICTORIA NEWS
The condition of a comic has a large effect on its desirability and market value. Photo courtesy Cameron Hacault

No joking: Victoria entrepreneur wants to clean and press your comic books

Cameron Hacault finds niche reviving people’s comic collections

The condition of a comic has a large effect on its desirability and market value. Photo courtesy Cameron Hacault
Volunteers in period dress gather at Ross Bay Villa on Fairfield Road. The heritage home plays host to a scavenger hunt fundraiser event called Can We Fool You? on April 1.  Photo by Nick Russell

Time travellers, amateur sleuths wanted for unique Victoria assignment

Ross Bay Villa hosts visual 1860s scavenger hunt on April 1

Volunteers in period dress gather at Ross Bay Villa on Fairfield Road. The heritage home plays host to a scavenger hunt fundraiser event called Can We Fool You? on April 1.  Photo by Nick Russell
Amanda Velasco, left, Cheri Velasco and Lenore LeMay from Euphoria Potions and Edibles take a break from creating cannabis-infused products in their Esquimalt kitchen. They continue to sell the baked goods after their location at The Great Canadian Canna Mall on Quadra Street was closed down, having been denied an application for rezoning.
 Anna James/VICTORIA NEWS

Market for cannabis edibles remains strong, despite ban

Canna-baking family, shut down in Victoria, say products provide relief for many

Amanda Velasco, left, Cheri Velasco and Lenore LeMay from Euphoria Potions and Edibles take a break from creating cannabis-infused products in their Esquimalt kitchen. They continue to sell the baked goods after their location at The Great Canadian Canna Mall on Quadra Street was closed down, having been denied an application for rezoning.
 Anna James/VICTORIA NEWS
(From left) Kit Warren, Robin Unger and Richard Matois are photographed inside the 1620 Gallery a new inclusive gallery. Anna James/VICTORIA NEWS

Director of new gallery looks to make art accessible to all

Dowtown Victoria gallery promotes Indigenous and local artists

(From left) Kit Warren, Robin Unger and Richard Matois are photographed inside the 1620 Gallery a new inclusive gallery. Anna James/VICTORIA NEWS
Our Place Easter dinner solidifies Victoria community as family

Our Place Easter dinner solidifies Victoria community as family

Politicians and other community leaders will serve 1,000 meals on Wednesday

Our Place Easter dinner solidifies Victoria community as family
Students Nigel from Alberta and Devon from Victoria join the March for Our Lives protest on March 24. Anna James/VICTORIA NEWS

Victoria joins worldwide anti-gun protest March for Our Lives

On March 24, protesters gathered at the Legislative Assembly of BC

Students Nigel from Alberta and Devon from Victoria join the March for Our Lives protest on March 24. Anna James/VICTORIA NEWS
Police seeking driver of a bronze or silver 2010 - 2012 Hyandai Santa Fe model. Photo provided

WANTED: VicPD seeks car owner in assault investigation

Driver of Hyundai Santa Fe described as 6 foot Caucasian male, late 30s

Police seeking driver of a bronze or silver 2010 - 2012 Hyandai Santa Fe model. Photo provided
Four-year-old Michael Dunahee went missing from a playground in 1991. Photo provided

27th anniversary for the disappearance of Michael Dunahee

Parents hosting annual fun run on March 25

Four-year-old Michael Dunahee went missing from a playground in 1991. Photo provided
Christopher Elliott is being sought by the Victoria police. Photo contributed

UPDATED: Saanich Police arrest wanted Victoria man, Christopher Elliott

Victoria man wanted on breach of conditions related to criminal harrassment case

Christopher Elliott is being sought by the Victoria police. Photo contributed
Victoria’s No. 1 fire hall on Yates Street will be replaced by a new multi-use public safety building on Johnson Street. Photo by Megan Sabell/victoria.ca

Victoria fire hall funding gets green light from council

New public safety building will house various emergency response functions

Victoria’s No. 1 fire hall on Yates Street will be replaced by a new multi-use public safety building on Johnson Street. Photo by Megan Sabell/victoria.ca
Regular gas prices rose to $1.49.9 per litre around Victoria on Thursday. Kristyn Anthony/VICTORIA NEWS.

Capital Region regular gas prices highest since 2008

Greater Victoria prices roughly 10 cents above the B.C. average

Regular gas prices rose to $1.49.9 per litre around Victoria on Thursday. Kristyn Anthony/VICTORIA NEWS.
Cannabis is used both medicinally and recreationally. Photo: VICTORIA NEWS.

Edibles sidelined in proposed amendments to Cannabis Act

Health Canada says edible regulation is still more than a year away

Cannabis is used both medicinally and recreationally. Photo: VICTORIA NEWS.
(Victoria Fire Department)

McClure house fire saw Victoria firefighters use drone for first time in live situation

Aerial device feeds intel to crews to help formulate firefighting action plans

(Victoria Fire Department)