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How much do you know about the moon?

To mark the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing, see how well you know space

Nearly a dozen coonhound puppies and their mother to reunite at Saanich park

Dogs’ former foster family initiated one-year reunion plans

Trio brings roller skating fever to Greater Victoria

Roller Skate Victoria offers workshops, summer camps and more

Riders roll to help Island hospices

$240,000 raised so far for this weekend’s seventh annual Cycle of Life Tour

  • Jul 19, 2019

Point Ellice House exhibit offers new lens into colonial history

The new ‘Politics of luxury’ display studies the wealthy O’Reilly family from several angles

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Light up August with a lantern building workshop in Sidney

ArtSea workshops in preparation for Aug. 24 Salish Sea Lantern Festival

Annual Oak Bay Collector Car Festival expects 15,000 spectators

July 28 show features a pair of super cars that won prestigious awards at the Detroit Autorama show

Join Oak Bay’s heritage walk and scavenger hunt this Saturday

Hunt seeks significant examples of historical architecture in Oak Bay

Midsummer picnic in the park

Sunday picnic at Irving Park aims to bring the James Bay community together

Swim-enthusiasts ready to make a splash at the 2019 Gorge Swim Fest

On July 21, swimmers of all ages make their way to the Banfield Park dock

Repatriation efforts work to heal and connect through history: Royal BC Museum

Victoria museum’s efforts bolstered by B.C. repatriation grant

VIDEO: Sparrows raise their chicks in Cadboro Bay deck planter

Jill Yoneda captured 11 days up close with tiny Junco sparrows

Family to recreate Tod House photo 119 years later

Reunion features 64 descendants of 1890s Oak Bay home

Active senior celebrates 100 years with fanfare at Oak Bay manor

Reams of medals, personal bests and a Canadian record after picking up competitive swimming late in life

Rare white ravens spotted again in mid-Island

Nature photographer Mike Yip said mysterious birds back in Coombs area

Cash for butts program giving away $1,500 to Victoria cigarette butt-collectors

Organizer hopes to raise awareness of microplastics and cigarette butt pollution

PHOTOS: Hundreds of models on display at Saanichton car show

39th annual Fords and Friends Car Show and Shine a success

BC Aviation Museum invites public to tour the facilities

Museum offering exhibits, re-enactors and kids activities July 27

Roller Disco Puppy Party coming to the West Shore this weekend

Satisfy your Saturday night puppy fever with a fun, family event