Rudy Haugeneder

Oak Bay councillors jolted by hybrid vehicle costs

Replacing trucks with greener models would cost tens of thousands more

Flu outbreaks come and go, but danger still present

Plenty of vaccines still available around Capital Region

Crash victim’s son wants more driver testing

More frequent road tests could help reduce crashes, says Rob Heisler

Boater Fritz Schreiner is fixing up a second vessel after his liveaboard boat burned and sank off Oak Bay Marina on Dec. 29.

Fritz nearly ready to sail again

Pensioner fixing up second boat to live on in Oak Bay waters

Boater Fritz Schreiner is fixing up a second vessel after his liveaboard boat burned and sank off Oak Bay Marina on Dec. 29.

Construction industry hits deep slump

Conditions aren't expected to increase over next few months

Occupy Victoria campers delay outdoor skating rink start-up

Although protesters legally out of Centennial Square, outdoor ice rink won't be ready until Dec. 3

Randy Lanferman

Public warned about sex offender

Randy Lanferman has a lengthy history of re-offending

Randy Lanferman
A Canadian Vision Trip spends some time out at the King George Old Folks’ Home

Mercy Ships deliver health and hope

Victoria couple witness firsthand work on ship that delivers humanitarian aid across the world

A Canadian Vision Trip spends some time out at the King George Old Folks’ Home

Charities up for Victoria Foundation Challenge

Foundation's first-ever 75-Hour Challenge runs from Nov. 15 to 18

Occupy Victoria protesters expect raid by Victoria police

City seeks court injunction to remove tent city from Centennial Square

Victoria police Const. Mike Massine watches the Occupy Victoria protesters at Centennial Square on Monday. Campers

Occupy Victoria plans ‘flash occupations’ around the city

Occupy Victoria protest group vows to battle on, despite legal risks

Victoria police Const. Mike Massine watches the Occupy Victoria protesters at Centennial Square on Monday. Campers

Occupy movement empowers cities: expert

UVic professor offers free lecture on Occupy Victoria: Seeing Like a City

UPDATED: City issues eviction notices to Occupy Victoria protestors

Police and bylaw officers could be sent in to remove protesters if they refuse to leave

The first Canadian woman to make a feature film

Author explores women’s role in Canada’s history

Victoria resident Merna Forster authors her second historical book

The first Canadian woman to make a feature film

Occupy Victoria remains calm despite loss of water, electricity

People's Assembly will look for environmentally-friendly alternative solutions

Shaw plans to charge for Internet security

Cable giant is replacing its previously free F-Secure software with McAfee security sofware on Nov. 15

October house sales produce mixed results

The average price for single-family homes dropped by $26,557 to $595,836 last month

Cpl. Paul Minkley

Island Mounties seize $2.6M US in cash

Forty-four-year-old Jeffrey Melchior of Lake Cowichan faces charges of possession of property obtained through crime and money laundering

Cpl. Paul Minkley

Federal cash needed for light-rapid transit: Chamber CEO

Greater Victoria politicians says money must come from senior governments

Forum tackles pain head-on

RJH pain program hosting forum at Begbie Hall on Nov. 10