Charla Huber

Column: Bullying experience a harsh reminder

If, at age 30, I am too embarrassed to talk about bullying, how can we ever expect a child to?

UPDATE: Body found in Highlands, identified

The body of an adult male was found at a home in the 1500-block of Millstream Rd., Monday evening (May 28).

Luxton Pro Rodeo brings back Wild West

The Luxton Pro Rodeo brought out the crowds this past weekend, for some good old-fashioned entertainment.

Luxton rodeo protesters want changes

Protest aimed at specific events, such as calf and team roping, steer wrestling and the use of a flank strap

Luxton rodeo kicks off South Island’s midway season

The Luxton Pro Rodeo is back in town for the May long-weekend, May 19 to 21.

Garrison says he has plenty of work to do as new public safety critic

“My role is to be the NDP spokesperson for what the minister has and hasn’t done,” Garrison said about shadowing Conservative MP Vic Toews

Sandwich grill, Sharpies stolen from Colwood car lot

West Shore RCMP were called to the Island highway business at 11 a.m., May 4 at 11 a.m. by employees reporting the break-in.

Life on the streets leads to lessons in gratitude

Langford resident in film that puts the spotlight on homelessness

Arrest of armed men leads police to dynamite stashed in Sooke Road home

The RCMP’s West Shore Street Crime Unit recovered three sticks of dynamite on Wednesday (April 30) from a Langford home on Sooke Road.

Metchosin marijuana motion moves up the ladder

Regional politicians back motion to decriminalize marijuana

Former Victoria Grizzlies chief will lead startup Jr. B hockey club

Former Victoria Grizzlies coach and general manager Victoria Gervais will lead the startup West Shore Wolves

Tragically Hip to headline concert at West Shore recreation

Get ready to get fully completely blown away by Canadian icons the Tragically Hip at West Shore Parks and Recreation this July.

Talented skaters light up the ice with Grease

Relive the magic of Grease with the Racquet Club of Victoria Figure Skating Club

Terrible weather doesn’t stop epic anti-bullying walk

Gale force winds, heavy rain and icy sleet couldn't stop Ryan Thirlwall’s Tutu Walk for Hope

First perfect game bowled at Langford Lanes

Sidney bowler John Durika is engaged to be married, but there is another ring he’s been waiting for his whole life — his perfect game ring.

Garrison tees off for golf courses

Randall Garrison, Esquimalt-Juan de Fuca MP, wants golf to be a business write off.

Boys toboggan into BC Transit bus in Colwood

Two young boys were struck by a BC Transit bus after tobogganing down a driveway and into the road Wednesday morning in Colwood.

Fewer late fines hurts GVPL budget

GVPL budgeted for an increase on late fees collected, but that hasn’t been the case.

Proud to say I live in Langford

I don’t have a mullet, my car isn’t on cement blocks and I’ve never burned garbage in the backyard.

Giving the gift of READing

Pennies for Presents profile: Victoria READ Society