Nina Grossman

Police searching for missing West Shore teen

Police concerned for health and well being of Lia Barker, 14, last seen Nov. 8

West Shore soap company releases Lucky Lager beer soap

Metchosin Soap Works puts out beer-infused olive oil soap

SD63 students calling on the province to step in and end strike

SD63 students to gather at Minister of Education’s office while strike continues into third week

Grade 12 students ‘will not lose their graduation year:’ SD63 superintendent

Parents, students concerned about educational impact of CUPE 441 strike

War bride’s oversea voyage to Canada took a leap of faith

More than 45,000 women immigrated to Canada after the Second World War

VIDEO: Pups in the pool: West Shore rec centre’s Dog Swim a success

West Shore Parks and Recreation goes to the dogs Sunday night

‘Your vehicle burns a lot of fuel:’ Victoria drivers wake up to angry notes

‘This handbill was left on your vehicle because your vehicle burns a lot of fuel,’ notes read

Candlelit vigil held overnight at BC Legislature cenotaph

Volunteer group installs hundreds of handmade poppies

Police investigating early morning arson at Customs House construction site

VicPD and Victoria Fire Department say fire appeared to be set deliberately

Sooke distillery launches Canada’s first non-alcoholic gin

Lumette!, a ‘bright, light alt-gin,’ is made from natural botanicals

VIDEO: Victoria museum unveils ‘Buster’ a new unique-to-B.C. dinosaur

Visitors free to see BC’s Mountain Dinosaur the ‘iron lizard from the Sustut River’

VIDEO: Visit Royal BC Museum’s rare fish, learn how ‘citizen science’ advances research

Porcupine fish, trigger fish, louvar and more found by British Columbians

Racial discrimination complaint against Victoria theatre to proceed

Applications denied to dismiss racial discrimination complaints against theatre, director

Victoria’s free youth transit passes start Dec. 1

City of Victoria pays $11.25 per pass for up to 7,200 youth

PHOTOS: Metchosin Halloween bonfire lights the night

Hundreds of burning pallets light up annual family event

‘Orcas are not for entertainment:’ Victoria activist plans to disrupt West Coast whale watching

Jim White to demonstrate with 75-foot vessel, ‘Seaquarium’s Shame’ in Salish Sea

Stalemate continues into a fourth day during Saanich School District strike

Greater Victoria Teachers’ Association shows support for striking workers

More cruise ships, passengers anticipated in Victoria in 2020

2019 cruise ship season surpassed visitor goals, says Greater Victoria Harbour Authority

Coast Salish mural curriculum confronts climate crisis with place-based learning

‘Seeing Through Watchers’ Eyes’ at Spencer school invites diversity in voices, perspectives