Victoria News Staff

VicPD seize knife, bear spray from youth

Youth issued large fine for weapons

Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps appointed to BC Transit board of directors

Helps joins six other board members, four of which are locally elected officials

Scottish society has a ball with National Tartan Day

Spring classes begin April 30

Victoria welcomes Norwegian Cruise Line with 12-year deal

Guaranteed berth space means positive impact on local economy, says Greater Victoria Harbour Authority

Suspicious package prompts police presence in Victoria

Item turned out to be a pressure cooker discarded by a worker in nearby building

After 47 years, unique Rockland home is on the market

Nestled across near Government House, the home was built by Victoria businessman Peter Hartnell

Victoria Royals host Vancouver Tuesday in Round 2 of WHL playoffs

Giants lead best-of-seven series 2-0 heading into games 3 and 4 at Save on Foods Memorial Centre

Victoria transit tweaks schedules for spring

Construction detours, school routes down, Butchart Gardens up

Housing experts host inclusionary housing workshop in Victoria

The ‘Unreal Estate’ discussion will happen on April 10

Oak Bay workshop teaches how to help native pollinators

April 10 event at Windsor Park Pavilion will discuss healthy habits for local species

Esquimalt 5K community run happening April 6

The run will affect traffic on Saturday morning

MISSING: Victoria police look to locate 18 year old

Teen was last seen in January, has been in contact in March

Victoria Clipper V ferry launches new ‘Vista Class’

Leather seats and views included in new middle class option

Three local ‘stars’ recognized at Royals game

Honoring their volunteerism, humanitarianism and generosity

Victoria bowler strikes gold at World Special Olympics Games

Hours of training at Langford Lanes paved the way to gold for Patrick Reid

Cowichan man sells smashed Jeep

Calling it a ‘niche market’

Royals’ playoff tickets on sale now

Round 1 starts on home ice at Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre on March 22

VicPD takes fraud to the forefront at Esquimalt town hall

Police talk business safety and fraud prevention on March 14 at Esquimalt Recreation Centre

Old Hillcrest Chinese Cemetery receives financial support from Island business leader

The 74-year-old cemetery is a Provincial Historic Site and contains 127 Chinese Canadians

Greater Victoria gas up to 144.9 cents a litre at some stations

Prices still below last year’s average for this time