Natalie North

Work begins on first rental units in Saanich in 25 years

Three generations of family break ground on site at Tillicum, Burnside

$400K in losses during Cadboro Bay blaze

A well-known Saanich artist was treated for smoke inhalation following a house fire that left hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage

Neighborhood tree lives to fight another day

Saanich's patience coming to and end; Cadboro Bay residents threaten legal injunction against cutting down a Douglas fir

Reynolds raises $101K for Tour de Rock

Students and staff at Reynolds secondary have once again outdone themselves in their Cops for Cancer campaign, this year raising $101,066

Middle ground for Cedar Hill golf food services

The Cedar Hill golf course’s money-losing restaurant will remain closed, and will be replaced with the light snack service

Region draws record number of foreign students

Camosun, Uvic, RRU see spike in international numbers

Saanich charity team breaks down barriers

One of the marathon’s first regular wheelchair participant returns to race

Residential care building breaks ground in Saanich

Greater Victoria is one step closer to achieving a health care goal as construction officially began Tuesday at the Heights at Mt. View

Health and healing in the garden

Every Tuesday and Thursday since May, Dennis Ohalloran has gotten his hands dirty, tending to a veggie patch in the Blenkinsop Valley.

Girls surrender hair for Tour de Rock

Reynolds students continue long legacy of fundraising for Cops for Cancer

With death of Bob Gillespie, community loses long-time leader

Long-time Saanich councillor, advocate for farming dies at 82.

Students unite in annual fight against cancer

Reynolds students, cancer survivors, continue legacy of Tour de Rock fundraising

Breastfeeding moms to descend on library Saturday

The Greater Victoria Public Library’s regular patrons will have extra company this Saturday – a whole lot of breastfeeding moms.

UVic 50th celebrations this weekend

Rooftop concert Friday; campus, faculty tours Saturday

Running hard for their dinner

Olympians, chefs team up for obstacle course fundraiser to support farming

‘No nukes’ activists re-emerge at One Wave

Pacific Peoples group trades demonstrations for cultural exchanges

Memorial garden underway for honouring pregnancy loss

Royal Oak Burial Park opens nation’s first memorial site for parents grieving from miscarriage

Part 2 on Running: Going back to school

One athlete’s quest to return to the essence of running – going barefoot

Tour de Rock takes on the Island

Police, guest riders set off on emotional 1,000 km journey against cancer

Big sugary drinks: next CRD ban?

Medical Health officer weighs-in on newly-minted New York regulations in fight against obesity