Erin Cardone

Earth Hour not about energy savings, WWF says

Symbolic actions more important to combat climate change

Victoria francophone family recognized

Côté family gave back to the community

Fundraisers support Japan relief efforts

Victorians are showing their support for the thousands of people affected by…

Black eye, stitches for woman hit by elderly scooter driver

An elderly man zipping along in an electric scooter hit a woman…

Stabbed Victoria police officer back to work

The young Victoria police officer who was stabbed outside a downtown convenience…

Victoria police, RCMP will submit proposal to continue policing Esquimalt

The City of Victoria today announced its police force will submit a…

Two people arrested after violent stabbing in Esquimalt

Man recovering in hospital with multiple knife wounds

Esquimalt eyes other policing options

Esquimalt is “exploring its options” for policing, the township’s mayor said.“It is…

Oak Bay man could be charged with manslaughter

Death of Owen Padmore re-investigatedPolice are recommending a manslaughter charge against an…

Hillside home destroyed by fire

Resident injured, house uninhabitable

Victoria Foundation celebrates 75 years

A $20 donation during the Depression era kicked off a long history…

Gone but not forgotten

More than 100 poor, homeless and at-risk people die in Victoria each year. Community memorials are held every week to celebrate their lives.

ERIN CARDONE: Feminism gone too far in Canada

Walking downtown recently, I noticed a bumper sticker on a rusted red…

Victoria’s homeless dying at an alarming rate

More than 100 poor, homeless and at-risk people die in Victoria each year. Community memorials are held every week to celebrate their lives.

Second OBPD discrimination complaint filed

 Former school liaison officer awaiting approval of complaintThe News has learned that…

Soccer for homeless takes aim at Victoria street community

Whether or not it achieves lofty goals of getting people off drugs,…

UPDATE: Police talked to woman hours before body found in McNeill Bay

Body of Mary Grant, 67, washed ashore in Oak Bay; suicide suspected

Music, food event benefits LifeCycles’ initiatives

A concert tomorrow (March 3) features dancing, eight musical acts and eats…

Be a Tourist in Your Own Hometown returns for another round

39th year offering locals discounts to tourist attractions

Update: Some Victoria schools, Camosun closed; heavy snow paralyzes B.C. Transit website

Drivers warned to stay off slippery, snowy roads.