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Victoria parkade upgrades continuing

City council requests review in face of financial shortfalls

City of Victoria seeks to institute law department co-ops, apprenticeships

But CUPE local and city don’t see eye to eye on proposal

Victoria taxpayers eat conference centre losses

Victoria Conference Centre managers wish they could renegotiate catering deal with the Fairmont Empress

Feds double up on Johnson Street bridge funding

Provincial government still absent from financial picture for Victoria project

Victoria dance pair earns double gold

James Bay couple win two categories at U.S. ballroom competition

Zero chance of a negotiated deal, UVic labour expert says

Honking horns and waves of support greeted teachers in Greater Victoria Monday on the first morning of a three-day strike.

Housing stock review for City of Victoria finds few gains in rentals

Focus on helping people buy houses in Victoria, councillor says

Flower count encourages reflection of city’s beauty

This year's Flower Count runs March 1-7. Anyone is welcome to count blossoms and register at www.flowercount.ca.

Crowds come to pay their last respects to the Johnson Street rail bridge

More than 100 watch the dismantling of the iconic bridge

Half of municipal reps on PCC board resign over land sale strategy

Victoria Coun. Ben Isitt says there is benefit to having city representation on board

Movie Monday presents Daughter of Chaos, live

Helani Davidson will give an autobiographical performance of her life

Negotiations for Victoria baseball team proceed

Victoria city council has given the green light to negotiate with a new baseball team for use of Royal Athletic Park.

A musical telling of Grimm’s classic tale

Kids’ get full production value in Vancouver Opera performance

Baseball team’s use of park questioned

Victoria council votes tomorrow on whether to enter into negotiations with team owner

Thrifty Foods launches fundraiser for Vancouver Island hospitals

Sale of oranges will give power to efforts to raise much needed cas

Hughes pleased with outcome of defamation case

Ted Hughes has won his civil suit against former B.C. premier Bill Vander Zalm.

VIHA seeks baseline data on ethnic composition of staff, job applicants

Vancouver Health Authority began asking job applicants if they belong to a visible minority

Rail portion of Johnson Street Bridge to come down

Local firms prepare for role in demolition

New one-year executive director for Our Place

Our Place Society has hired a new executive director for a one-year term, with possible extension.

Victoria Film Festival: To Make a Farm

To Make a Farm includes feast option for local food lovers