Daniel Palmer

Esquimalt gets federal funding for Admirals Road upgrades

Bike lanes, improved pedestrian access, streetlight upgrades planned

Antenna sprawl could be curtailed in Greater Victoria

Local governments win consultation for cell tower placement

Kelly and Owen Bradley

Children’s mental health boosted with VIHA service expansion

More needs to be done, says Victoria family who created petition

Kelly and Owen Bradley
Gary Lindsay

Province growls at brewery tax loophole

Craft brewery patrons will be paying more for takeaway draught soon

Gary Lindsay

Good Samaritan thwarts purse thief

Saanich woman robbed in 800-block of Yates St. Sunday night

Media literacy teacher Jim Pine

Vic High students embrace digital hiatus

Media literacy class quits smartphones to stimulate discussion on relationship with technology

Media literacy teacher Jim Pine
A Nickel Brothers driver starts up his truck in preparation to move a house from 316 Anson St. on Department of National Defence land to a barge at the shoreline near Macaulay Point. The building was towed up Island to Buckley Bay on Monday.

Surplus DND building in Esquimalt floats away to new home

Local heritage advocate glad to see oldtime politician’s former home saved, moved to new site

A Nickel Brothers driver starts up his truck in preparation to move a house from 316 Anson St. on Department of National Defence land to a barge at the shoreline near Macaulay Point. The building was towed up Island to Buckley Bay on Monday.
Esquimalt Graving Dock (archive).

Budget watchdog says shipbuilding contract not enough

Kevin Page cites Seaspan's lack of naval shipbuilding experience as factor in potential higher costs

Esquimalt Graving Dock (archive).

Victoria community rallies for Molly, family

Silent auction planned to help defray costs of living in Memphis during toddler’s treatment

Fatal Victoria fire investigation inconclusive

No hard evidence that fire started in a couch on the porch

VicPD is asking for public assistance in locating bullet slugs and casings along the above route. Police pursued a vehicle along the route early Monday morning

Drive-by shooting suspect fired on police cruiser: VicPD

Police seek public assistance to find bullets and casings along Hillside Avenue, Shelbourne Street

VicPD is asking for public assistance in locating bullet slugs and casings along the above route. Police pursued a vehicle along the route early Monday morning

Victoria nightclub patron feels a little more at risk downtown

But VicPD spokesman offers up numbers to the contrary

Ramesh Espinoza serves up tacos from his Puerto Vallerta Amigos food truck

Victoria places food trucks idea on back burner

Despite the potential to revitalize downtown, initiative to add food vendors well down city priority list

Ramesh Espinoza serves up tacos from his Puerto Vallerta Amigos food truck
Victoria police officers bag up clothing Monday morning at the scene of a drive-by shooting in front of the Strathcona Hotel on Douglas Street at 1 a.m. Monday.

Drive-by shooting sends man to hospital

900-block of Douglas St. will be closed to traffic most of the day: VicPD

Victoria police officers bag up clothing Monday morning at the scene of a drive-by shooting in front of the Strathcona Hotel on Douglas Street at 1 a.m. Monday.
A backhoe demolishes the remainder of a house on the corner of Head and Gore streets in Esquimalt earlier this month. It was one of four homes cleared to make way for a project known as Triangle Estates near West Bay.

Esquimalt triangle project moving along

But residents can still have their say before council makes decision on tower

A backhoe demolishes the remainder of a house on the corner of Head and Gore streets in Esquimalt earlier this month. It was one of four homes cleared to make way for a project known as Triangle Estates near West Bay.

Victoria’s Black Beauty carriages sidelined by tax debt

Owner in negotiations with Canada Revenue Agency for return to operations

Pedestrians walk under the old Plaza Hotel sign on Government Street. It’s uncertain whether the sign will stay as part of the building’s redevelopment.

Breathing new life into Old Town Victoria heritage hotel

Victoria Plaza undergoing further refinements to its original look

Pedestrians walk under the old Plaza Hotel sign on Government Street. It’s uncertain whether the sign will stay as part of the building’s redevelopment.

Two naval jetties to be replaced at CFB Esquimalt

Project expected to create up to 1,400 jobs in Greater Victoria

Butch Dick

Breaking the silence on violence

Aboriginal men commit to playing a role in ending domestic abuse

Butch Dick
This home at 1731 Albert Ave. in Victoria resembled a small cathedral when it was built in 1898. It was saved from the wrecking ball last year.

Victoria’s built history is all around us

B.C. Heritage Week runs Feb. 18 to 25 around the province

This home at 1731 Albert Ave. in Victoria resembled a small cathedral when it was built in 1898. It was saved from the wrecking ball last year.