Rick Stiebel

Kaleidoscope puts new spin on popular children’s tale

James and the Giant Peach hits the stage Nov. 12 and 13 at the McPherson Playhouse

Family expresses gratitude for mom’s care

Mt. Tolmie Hospital’s staff lauded for kindness and compassion

Boating tips offered for fall weather

Ensure your water excursions around Greater Victoria are safe this time of year

Diwali brings colourful mix of music and dance

Diwali Cultural Show comes to University of Victoria’s Farquhar Auditorium Oct. 29

Changes to mortgage rules take effect

Changes could impact 15 per cent of Victoria area home buyers

Gun amnesty takes aim at unwanted weapons

Residents can turn in firearms until the end of October without the risk of fines

Leon’s opens first B.C. store in Saanich

Tolmie Avenue store will employ 45 people with the 107-year-old retail brand

Saanich Man wins $25,000 in recycling contest

More than 300,000 entries received across the province for the Encorp Pacific contest

Saanich named one of Canada’s greenest cities

District recognized for commitment to food security as well as tree protection bylaws and work on Bowker Creek

Walk brings community together in search of a cure

Peoples Drug Mart Walk for ALS set for Sept. 18 at UVic

School makes connection with nature

Thriving Roots camp helps children learn about the natural world

Vancouver market has buyers looking at the Island

Realtor expects to see a major increase in the number of Vancouver and offshore buyers

Capital Tree Service a growing concern

Giving back to the community a priority for Saanich-based company

Care operators collaborate on Nigel Valley project

Proposed care home in Saanich would include 41 beds

Support grows for injured worker

Saanich man paralyzed in workplace accident July 26 in Metchosin

Algae bloom breaking down at Beaver Lake

Advisory recommending people and pets stay out of water expected to continue for another two weeks

Local lawn bowler on a roll

Saanich teen captures national and provincial championships

Sand sculptors pay homage to Cadboro Bay creature

Some of the world's best will put their skills to the test at Cadboro Bay Festival

Cordova Bay sets stage for summer theatre camp

Children aged seven to 14 will work with local choreographers during the camp

UVic will make its mark on Rio Olympics

UVic Olympic contingent will include athletes, coaches and staff