Community

Pedal Power: 72 year-old set to cycle from Arctic Circle to Sidney

Cycling Without Age Society board member aims to bike 4,500 km to raise funds for charity

Law Enforcement Torch Run to lead Oak Bay Tea Party parade

Community invited to register in a 4.4 km family walk and run for Special Olympics BC

  • May 31, 2019

VIDEO: Documentarian hopes to share story of Victoria driftwood bird sculptor

‘Birds of Bark’ pitch covers artist’s journey from armed robbery to bird sculpting

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What would you do if you missed out on $1-million dollars?
Canadian Tire replaces stolen toys for Salvation Army
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Meet B.C.'s oldest lawyer

‘Dragon Club’ event marks silver anniversary of boating culture in Victoria

Glamorous red carpet evening inspired by the nightlife culture of 1930s Shanghai golden era

Elementary students restore, reclaim neighbourhood park

Margaret Jenkins students 2.5 years into restoration

Are we killing hummingbirds with our kindness?

Numerous hummingbirds have died in Port Alberni over the past few weeks

  • May 30, 2019

Oak Bay Tea Party: Mayors are up to the challenge

Mayor Kevin Murdoch challenges counterparts to Mayor’s Floating Teacup Race

PHOTOS: Mighty Metchosin garage sale has its mightiest year

Rain didn’t stop a record year for Metchosin Community House

Rattenbury residence to be restored next as Glenlyon Norfolk School opens new buildings

GNS moves into the second stage of a multi-phase plan to redevelop its Oak Bay and Victoria sites

Sooke dream home is one of the Hometown Heroes prizes

Lottery offers lavish prizes while helping hospitals

Sock Hop dance kicks off 2019 Oak Bay Tea Party

Groove to ‘50s rock at Willows Beach Park

  • May 29, 2019

Meet the new Tea Party host, Steph Greaves

Emcee brings liveliness and passion to Oak Bay Tea Party

VIDEO: Bike to Work Week station pops up in Oak Bay

Pop-up celebration stations offer free tune ups, treats and prizes all week in Greater Victoria

Trash gang keep the Tea Party clean

Volunteers ensure 85 per cent of all materials used are compostable

Gustavson School of Business initiative builds young entrepreneurs

Saturday’s Kidovate market was a pilot project with hopes of an annual event

Sooke girl, 9, donates hair to support kids with cancer

The program helps sick kids in B.C. with custom wigs

Dog portrait artist launches quirky clothing line

Fashion line supporting BC SPCA to start two-week run

New charity ballgame to mark Doug Hudlin Day in Victoria

Late, beloved longtime umpire to be honoured with Hudlins vs. Fernwood game, June 8 at RAP