Jesse Laufer

Liquor, cash taken in Oak Bay break and enter

Police seek suspect or suspects on bike

Canadian premiere of NYC musical coming to Oak Bay United Church

Vancouver’s Debi Wong stars in Oh Death, Rock Me Asleep, Feb. 9

Learn what you need after the Big One hits

Oak Bay Emergency Program has three upcoming information sessions

Neighbours concerned over lack Willows School consultations

Residents worry field will turn into a trailer park without input

Police Briefs: Police ticket, tow vehicle of intoxicated woman after it gets hung up on curb

Seven thefts from vehicles reported in Oak Bay last week

Local food banks get surprise call from Starbucks

The Oak Bay Ave. location will be donating baked goods to two groups in Greater Victoria

Pacific FC net HabourCats’ GM

Brad Norris signs with upstart soccer club days after leaving the HarbourCats

Greater Victoria choir singer performing for first time after brain surgery

After being hit by a car, Charles Vanderwilt is back on stage with the Starlight Pops Feb. 1, 3

Diverse selection of Victoria gardeners seek cannabis growing expertise

‘They call it weed for a reason, it’s pretty easy to grow’

Yearly audits keep Oak Bay in check

Legislative spending allegations not an issue in Oak Bay

Tax increases coming, says Oak Bay Mayor

Increases are needed to address Oak Bay’s infrastructure deficits, says Kevin Murdoch

Increase taxes to fix roads, says Oak Bay resident

‘Get the money now and do it now before it becomes un-repairable and you have to rebuild everything.’

GNS students inspire Oak Bay to re-examine plastic bag ban

Grade 5 students present case for council to ban single-use plastics

WATCH: 1938 Firefighter helmet passed to new Chief

Chief Dave Cockle passed along the helmet to incoming Chief Darren Hughes

Resident explores heritage designation to halt art placement in Oak Bay

Arts committee seeks provincial permission to environmentally install shoreline sculpture

What to expect when ElderDog walks into Victoria

“It’s hard to be able to afford to take care of your pets that you’ve had forever”

Wonder where CRD recycling ends up?

Products collected by the CRD usually stay in B.C.

WATCH: 10lbs of Haggis star of Burns’ festivities

Guests were treated to the spicy dish and live music inside Craigdarroch Castle

Childcare expansion: Willows School field would be divided

Gym would become shared space for school programs and childcare operations

Happy 260th, Robbie Burns!

Bagpipes, haggis, and poetry to be had this weekend