Natalie North

Never too old to put pep in your step

Researcher seeks inactive seniors to study cognitive benefits of walking

Urban farming in Saanich gets serious

A growing network of Gorge-Tillicum residents use veggie gardening to connect with neighbours

After complaints pile up, Saanich shuts down Free Store

It wasn’t the lack of revenue that caused the Free Store to close its doors.

Suspect drops court documents during B&E

A Saanich woman is recovering from a disturbing Sunday evening at home alone after a man threw a planter through her sliding glass door

Highway speed demon faces criminal charge

A Victoria man suspected filming himself careening down the Trans-Canada Highway at 300 kilometres per hour now faces a criminal charge.

Preschool celebrates 40 years

Volunteers help Saanich-based co-op preschool thrive

Langford man seeks title of worst driver in Victoria

Saanich police nab allegedly impaired driver with no licence and a lengthy history of driving prohibitions

Community reaches out to mom with skin cancer

When Julia Wolf watched media coverage highlighting her personal experience with skin cancer, her mind jumped to her on-air appearance

Powerhouse filmmakers screen at Cannes, launch new funding challenge

Film project earns the attention of the National Screen Institute

Young heart transplant recipient back in hospital

Friends rally to support 7-year-old Evanne Fisher, the Colwood girl who had a life-saving heart transplant at just five weeks of age

Saanich School District to launch business

International sale of courses could net district $1.2 million next year

Victoria teachers grudgingly accept provincial contract

Job action this September unlikely but not completely ruled out

Victoria gains international recognition for ska scene

Ska Fest still going strong 13 years in

Hill climb hot rods reunite at Mount Doug

It’s been a while since Paul Whitworth strapped into the single seat of his Caldwell D13 Formula Vee and blasted up Little Saanich Mountain

Teachers sue government for bargaining rights

The BCTF and the province have come to a tentative negotiated agreement, but their battle over bargaining is far from finished.

Proposed teacher’s contract brings relief, frustration

Greater Victoria teachers' union leader opposes deal

Reading the rhythms of your keyboard

A new biometric technology makes it possible to identify the person behind the monitor based on keystroke habits and mouse movements alone.

Program boosts physical literacy

It’s not too often that people are thrilled to be bombarded with flying objects as they dart across a room seeking safety.

Caffeine and booze a risky mix

Mixing energy drinks and alcohol boosts dangerous behaviour, says UVic researcher

Tall Tree III this weekend

Port Renfrew hosts weekend of Victoria-made music