Community

CACGV moves to new Saanich home

The Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria is on the move.This week…

Kieran Barnhardt

Ready to strike up the band

High schoolers a 49-year staple in Tea Party paradeRain or shine, Oak…

Kieran Barnhardt
The Victoria White Cane Club celebrate its 65th birthday and strawberry tea on Wednesday. Attending will be president Ann Jackson

Victoria White Cane Club celebrates 65 years

Organization helps fill the void after vision loss

The Victoria White Cane Club celebrate its 65th birthday and strawberry tea on Wednesday. Attending will be president Ann Jackson
St. Patrick’s elementary leadership students are ready for the Mat Hatter Fun Run

Tea Party hits the ground running

Students organize Mad Hatters’ 3K fun runHardly mad, but decked out in…

St. Patrick’s elementary leadership students are ready for the Mat Hatter Fun Run
Oak Bay High school grade 11 student Mathew Anderson

Students look to gain pre-university edge

Greater Victoria teens heading to Shad Valley program Mathew Anderson didn’t see it…

Oak Bay High school grade 11 student Mathew Anderson

St. Michaels gets distorted

St. Michaels University School’s Student Theatre Society presents “Distortion” – a play…

  • May 26, 2011

St. Aidan’s goes pop

Victoria-based Starlight Pops Choir presents their spring concert FOREVER POPS! next month…

  • May 26, 2011
Jean Stephenson graduated as a nurse in September 1949 and will be attending this weekend’s 120th anniversary of the School of Nursing. She was photographed with a model wearing a Nursing Sister Dress Uniform (Summer) in the School of Nursing Archives at Royal jubilee Hospital. Jean is also a volunteer in the archives.

Memories of Begbie Hall

Hundreds of nurses reunite for school's 120-year anniversary

Jean Stephenson graduated as a nurse in September 1949 and will be attending this weekend’s 120th anniversary of the School of Nursing. She was photographed with a model wearing a Nursing Sister Dress Uniform (Summer) in the School of Nursing Archives at Royal jubilee Hospital. Jean is also a volunteer in the archives.

Car wash fundraiser Saturday

People with dirty vehicles, an appetite or perhaps looking for a bargain…

Willows grade 2 students Phoenix Smith

100 years of learning at Willows

Classes at école Willows elementary have created displays of the different eras…

  • May 26, 2011
Willows grade 2 students Phoenix Smith
Big band Members of the Spectrum community school band’s trombone section lead the way during the annual Victoria Day parade along Douglas Street Monday. Tens of thousands of people lined the route to cheer on the 142 entries in this year’s parade.
Big band Members of the Spectrum community school band’s trombone section lead the way during the annual Victoria Day parade along Douglas Street Monday. Tens of thousands of people lined the route to cheer on the 142 entries in this year’s parade.
Canada Post letter carrier Lucie Hulford

Posties put stamp on hunger

Postal workers will be arriving at your doorstep this weekend ready to…

Canada Post letter carrier Lucie Hulford

Birding bash in Uplands Park

Ralph Archibald of the Friends of Uplands Park is leading a bird-watching…

Community fun Three-year-old Kian Urwin peels the backing off a foam dragonfly sticker before affixing it to his popsicle-stick picture frame as part of Braefoot Family Fun Night activities at Braefoot Park last Thursday.
Community fun Three-year-old Kian Urwin peels the backing off a foam dragonfly sticker before affixing it to his popsicle-stick picture frame as part of Braefoot Family Fun Night activities at Braefoot Park last Thursday.

Willows elementary centennial celebrations kick off this weekend

History comes alive at L’Ecole Willows elementary’s centennial celebration.School alumni are invited…

Tour offers behind-the-scenes look at CFB Esquimalt

The next best thing to donning a uniform and working at CFB…

World youth chess champion Jason Cao

Chess enthusiasts gear for Challenge with beach event

Festival runs same weekend as Canadian tournamentWillows Beach will teem with chess…

  • May 19, 2011
World youth chess champion Jason Cao

Pedal the big bike for big rewards

For cyclists who enjoy riding in groups, the Heart & Stroke Foundation's…

John Robertson

Two-wheeled transportation is golden in Africa

Mountain bike collection day set for SundayHaving ridden Africa from top to…

John Robertson
Workers pose in front of the Tilikum in New Plymouth

Tilikum’s story: Epic journey in dugout canoe remembered

The Maritime Museum of B.C. is marking 110 years since two men…

  • May 18, 2011
Workers pose in front of the Tilikum in New Plymouth
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